September 20, 2014

New Model: Dreamline 26 Long Range

Launched past Summer the Dreamline 26 has been one of the most talked emerging brands due to its modern looks, another different hull shape which merges planning characteristics with displacement ones, and an important feat of customization. The Dreamline 26 comes from the able hands of two important designers, the well known Arrabito for the hybrid planning displacement Blade hull, and Enrico Gobbi for the looks both inside and outside. Hull one of the Deamline 26 features an interior with a main deck foreship located owners stateroom, with three guest cabins at midships below. The forward of the main deck is dedicated to two crew cabins plus a small galley. Another galley in an L-shape design for the guest is featured on the main deck to port side. The Dreamline 26 which is the first of a range which features six models up to 49 meters also features the latest must have for a yacht of this size; two jacuzzi's on the flybridge and fore deck, tender garage, and an integrated hard top.  The Dreamline 26 can be powered with MAN or Cat engines of 1200hp what the builder calls the more slow Navetta choice, or more powerful 1800hp from the same engine makers. In both choices the Dreamline 26 can be additionally powered by an addition electric twin Siemens 135 kw hybrid propulsion.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 26 m (85.3ft)
Beam - 6.65 m
Draft - 1.9 m
Displacement - 75 t light
Fuel Capacity - 8000 l + 3000 l optional long range tank
Water Capacity - 1500 l
Accommodation - 8 guests in 4 cabins, 3 crew in 2 cabins
Engines - 2 x Man 1200hp, Cat C18 1200hp, Cat C32 1800hp. MAN 1800hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 10 knots economic cruise
Range - 1600 nm at 10 knots with 1200hp engines, 1400 nm at 10 knots with 1800hp 
Hull Shape - Arrabite Blade hull
Project - Arrabito Naval Architects hull, T4 Design Enrico Gobbi exterior and interior