DL Yachts Dreamline 34 is a Practical Extravagance


Generally, you wouldn’t describe a superyacht as a practical machine. But considering how big an investment (both literal and figurative) these big yachts are, they kind of have to be sensible about something, otherwise even fewer people would be buying them.


Take this new dreamboat from DL Yachts, for instance. It’s called the Dreamline 34, and it measures 34 meters (about 112 feet) in length. Into the stylish hull, designer Enrico Gobbi and his team have packed a luxurious owner’s cabin, four guest cabins (two of which are VIP cabins), a well-equipped galley and spacious common areas. Topside, the control bridge on the Fly Deck can be moved outside to afford the captain and crew outstanding visibility for maneuvering.


And DL Yachts has given the Dreamline 34 outstanding maneuverability and agility by offering a Siemens hybrid propulsion system that should deliver an impressive mix of performance and fuel economy. Efficient (for its size), easy to maneuver (ditto) and roomy? Sounds practical to us…

Source: DL Yachts