Dreamline Yachts has launched the third Dreamline 26 superyacht, after the model was announced back in September, 2014.
To date, fives units of the Dreamline 26 have been sold alongside two Dreamline 34s – of which one has been delivered – and a Dreamline 30.
The launch of the third Dreamline 26 marks ‘a further step in the philosophy behind Dreamline Yachts’. The firm describe the focus of this new build to be around security, with special attention to ensuring total comfort both during navigation and whilst anchored.
Many ‘advanced technical features’ feature in the new Dreamline 26, including a lithium battery pack which can run all of her facilities for eight hours – including the air conditioning system – without the need to switch on the generators. In addition, 220V or 380V shore power can be used, and there are new techniques employed for sound and thermo insulation, and to further lower levels of vibration.
The new build is in compliance with RINA Green Class and RINA Comfort Class requirements, and Dreamline Yachts state ‘these improvements will emphasize the quality delivered by Dreamline Yachts since the very first unit.’
Paolo Bencivenni, CEO of Dreamline Yachts, said of the occasion, "We are proud of the results obtained so far. Today we are launching a yacht that despite being a well-established model, represents a big step forward from a technological point of view. The overall quality is unchanged from the previous units sold, but the up-to-date technology allowed us to offer a highly innovative product.
“All this with just a year and a half after the presentation of the first Dreamline Yacht in Cannes. Many owners have realised the quality that we are able to offer. Above all, they have appreciated the philosophy behind the whole Dreamline Yachts range, including the innovations that we have introduced, both from a stylistic point of view and the technical."
The third Dreamline 26 hull will be delivered to its owner within the next few weeks, and will be tackling its first summer season in the Mediterranean.
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