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First unit in "fully wheelchair accessible" Dionysos 35 series approaches delivery

5 March 2024 • Written by Dea Jusufi

The first unit in Soyaslan Marine's 35-metre Dionysos series is well underway with delivery scheduled for August 2024.

At the forefront of the yacht's design is accessibility for wheelchair users, as well as for "people with different abilities and people with diverse mobility needs". This includes features such as wide gangways, spacious cabins, handrails and a six-person elevator that visits all floors – a rarity on a yacht of this size.

Two windows installed in the bow offer "unique" sea views from the main deck

Accommodation is for up to 12 guests and six crew, including a master cabin, VIP cabin and convertible "office cabin" – all fitted with en suites and entertainment systems. The office cabin benefits from "one of the largest balconies in its class," according to the broker.

The flybridge has been positioned as the yacht's "party, exercise and relaxation area", designed with a DJ booth, a bar, eight-person table, sports equipment and sunpads. Additional sunbathing spots are found on the bow and upper deck.

Humpree stabilisers will allow for greater comfort at anchor or when underway

Powered by twin Cummins 449kWh engines, the yacht will be able to reach a maximum speed of 12.5 knots and a range of 3,450 nautical miles when cruising at 10 knots.

The model belongs to a larger range inspired by the Greek god of wine, festivity and pleasure, with the series' flagship planned to measure 40 metres.

The Dionysos 35 is asking €12,750,000 with 4U Yachting.

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