Dream Ship Victory

Located in Bozburun, Turkey, luxury yacht builder Dream Ship Victory Limited is dedicated to constructing large custom motorsailers out of laminated wood utilising both traditional and modern techniques.

History of Dream Ship Victory

Designer and entrepreneur Valeriy Stepanenko founded Dream Ship Victory with the concept of building beautiful large luxury sailing yachts utilising exotic, laminated woods as the main construction material. He selected Turkey as the location for the new superyacht shipyard due to its heritage of building traditional sailing vessels. Superyacht Builder Dream Ship Victory collaborates with noted naval architecture and yacht design firms from The Netherlands and the UK on the design and engineering of its new yacht projects. The company established its shipyard, called the Dockyard, in Bozburun, Turkey, in order to take advantage of the artisans located in this historic shipbuilding centre. The Dockyard is capable of handling new yacht projects up to 140 metres.

Notable Dream Ship Victory Yachts

The first vessel launched by luxury yacht builder Dream Ship Victory was the award-winning mahogany 64.5m sailing yacht Mikhail S Vorontsov. Yacht designer Ken Freivokh collaborated with Stepanenko on the superyacht’s highly traditional styling, while Dykstra Naval Architects designed the hull. After initial construction by Dream Ship Victory, the superyacht was finished at Balk Shipyard in The Netherlands.

Specialisations of Dream Ship Victory

Turkish luxury yacht builder Dream Ship Victory combines highly aesthetic traditional sailing yacht design with contemporary laminated wood yacht construction technologies.

Dream Ship Victory   141 m •  2025
Dream Ship Victory   64.52 m •  2013