Project to construct the 141m staysail schooner Dream Symphony is given the go-ahead with a planned launch date of 2016

On 9 February a major meeting was convened in Amsterdam. The purpose of which was to review unique proposals prepared by design and technical teams for the world’s largest sailing yacht – ‘Dream Symphony’.

Following wind tunnel test results, and the approval of unique concepts developed by a design team under Valeriy Stepanenko, the project has now received the full go-ahead and will move towards construction.

Dream Ship Victory’s facilities in Turkey will be ready to start laying up the hull this summer with a planned launch date of 2016.

The sleek and graceful styling has been created by Ken Freivokh’s Design team, and in addition to unique wood building technology proposed by the Dykstra & Partners Naval Architects team, the project will boast excellent green credentials through use of carefully selected tropical woods as a totally renewable resource.

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