Dream superyacht for charter

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Dream: 106.5m superyacht for charter from €2 million a week

1 September 2021 • Written by Olivia Michel

For those looking for a dream boat to host their next charter holiday, the 106.5 metre superyacht Dream is now available to charter with Hill Robinson at a rate of two million euros per week.

Dream boasts four different saloon areas.
All images courtesy of Frederic Ducout

Relaunched in 2018 after an extensive, multi-year refit project which saw her scoop a World Superyacht Award in 2019, the Haliç Tersaneleri superyacht first hit the water in 1997 before being transformed from a passenger ship into a luxurious private vessel.

The conversion project was overseen by naval architect Nikolas Dendrinos From Olympic Yacht Services with Giorgio Vafiadis penning the design and Simone Ciarmoli and Miguel Queda of Ciarmoli Queda Studio styling her nautical-inspired interiors.

The sundeck on Dream has an infinity pool with a reverse flow swimming system and filled with heated sea water.

Charter guests who book a holiday on board the superyacht will have an impressive range of amenities at their disposal. Stepping on board charter guests will be greeted by an impressive, marbled welcome lobby with a grand central staircase. Access to Dream’s six decks is also provided by two elevators, and guests will be able to unwind in as many as four separate saloon areas during their stay – including a lounge with a drinks bar and Yamaha Disklavier Grand Piano.

Up to 36 guests can be accommodated in Dream’s 22 guest cabins, including a private panoramic apartment spanning 220 square metres for the master suite.

However there is room on board for as many as 44 guests when hosting events on board, with multiple dining spaces on offer including a separate Teppenyaki dining room equipped with a professional hot plate.

Up to 36 guests can be accommodated in Dream’s 22 guest cabins.

Other entertainment highlights spread throughout Dream’s decks include a private cinema room with the addition of a karaoke system, a business centre with nine work stations and a meeting room for eight, and a wellness centre with a steam bath, sauna, jacuzzi, sunbeds, open shower area, massage room, gym and hairdressing salon.

As many as 44 guests can be hosted for formal dinners or events on board.

 Outdoors, the sundeck provides the ideal spot the unwind with a large swimming pool and drinks bar, al fresco dining and lounge spaces and a helipad for smooth arrivals and departures. 

The beach club offers easy access to the water when launching one of the many toys stored on board, including scuba diving equipment.

Dream is also equipped with a helipad.

Managed for charter by Hill Robinson, Dream will be available in the Mediterranean for charters around Greece and its islands. The weekly charter rate starts from €2,000,000, making her one of the most expensive superyachts on the charter market.

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