Dreamline 34 stops traffic on way to launch

16 June 2015 • Written by Risa Merl

DL Yachts is launching its first 34 metre superyacht, the Dreamline 34. The motor yacht with a 7.2 metre beam had to squeeze through tight roads on her way from the yard in Fano, Italy, to the water – bringing traffic to a standstill.

The new Dreamline 34 will feature a sizeable owner’s cabin with 180-degree views forward and access to a private deck on the bow while four large guest cabins are found on the lower deck.

This is the second superyacht from the new builder, which offers a range of Dreamline yachts ranging from 26 to 49 metre versions, all of which are designed by Italian yacht designer Enrico Gobbi of Team4Design and feature naval architecture by Arrabito Naval Architects. The yachts can be constructed in either composite or aluminium.

The first Dreamline yacht was a 26 metre, named Miss Anna, built for a European client. DL Yachts' second hull, the Dreamline 34, ups the ante from their first "pocket superyacht". The semi-displacement, GRP-built Dreamline 34 features a propriety DL Yachts “lama chine waveless hull” design by Guiseppe Arrabito. The blade-like hull shape is designed to reduce resistance and thus improve performance and fuel consumption.

She will carry a Williams RIB with waterjet propulsion, housed in the stern tender garage, where the sizeable stern platform allows for easy tender launching and boarding.

The Dreamline 34 will make her public debut at the Cannes Yacht Show 2015 in September.

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