DL Yachts has signed a contract for a Dreamline 30, a new build 30m yacht scheduled for delivery in 2017. With this order, the new Italian brand expands its fleet made of a 26m and a 34m model.
Launched in September 2014, DL Yachts is headquartered in Monaco and operates a production shipyard in Ancona, Italy. The company has five units of the Dreamline 26 in build and have sold two units of the Dreamline 34.
The company says this model is not a stretching exercise of a Dreamline 26 or a reduction of a Dreamline 34. Quite the opposite, it has developed a new mould for this yacht to offer a fully custom project. The construction of this yacht will also follow a separate production time.
Commenting on the news, DL Yachts CEO Paolo Bencivenni says: “A new important year starts for DL Yachts Dreamline with new orders, new facilities and a growing technical department to allow us to precisely perform the innovative developments of (founder) Peter Zuber.”
The new Dreamline 30 will be built in fibreglass and personalised to fit the taste of her owner. The interior and exterior styling is by Enrico Gobbi from Team4Design and naval architecture by engineer Giuseppe Arrabito.
She is a fully custom yacht not only in regards of interior layout. Partial customisation of superstructure is also possible as it was performed on a hard-top of a Dreamline 26 hull #2 different from hull #1.
The design boasts a hydro-commander on the flybridge, a special mechanism that allows the pilot to shift the second helm station out of the hull to manage the manoeuvring in the best conditions.
The Dreamline 30 has been designed to accommodate ten guests in five cabins plus a crew of five.
In addition to the company’s current fleet, DL Yachts has designed the concept for a Dreamline 40, a Dreamline 46 and a Dreamline 49 built in fibreglass or aluminium.