Oceanco in the Netherlands has delivered the 295-foot DreAMBoat, with exteriors by Espen Øino and interior design by Terence Disdale, marking the first time the two renowned designers have collaborated.
The owner purchased the yacht after the hull and superstructure were completed—timing that allowed delivery within 18 months of the purchase.
DreAMBoat has what Oceanco calls “generous overhangs” from the superstructure. She also has bulwark cutouts, and a carbon canopy mast house and mast.
“The exterior design was intended to be understated and timeless,” Øino stated in a press release. “At the launch, she came out of the facilities looking strong and proud with a lot of presence. The exterior deck areas flow seamlessly into the interior spaces, maintaining continuity and consistency. The external decks offer a variety of living spaces and experiences, with the sun deck probably being the biggest in its class with ample space for entertainment and lounging both in the shade and in the sun.”
At 2,950 gross tons, the yacht’s volume allows accommodations for 23 guests and 33 crew. Guests can use a nearly 20-foot-long swimming pool on the main deck aft, and there’s an outdoor cinema space. There is also a private hot tub on the owner’s deck, a spa on the bridge deck aft, and a custom-built diving board.
Inside are bespoke surfaces, natural wood, limestone soles, semiprecious stones, parchment, leather and mother-of-pearl.
“We always strive to avoid the big wow factor that soon becomes boring,” Disdale stated in the press release. “We believe that DreAMBoat, with her quietly sophisticated interior, is indeed a future classic.”
What is DreAMBoat’s ECO-IHM designation? It stands for inventory of hazardous materials and means there’s a commitment to eco-friendly operations, beyond complying with regulations.
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