Welcome aboard the 90m luxury yacht, built by Oceanco, and delivered in 2019. DreAMBoat was designed by Espen Oeino with Azure Naval Architects developing the naval architecture. Her A-class interior design was created by Terence Disdale.



After delivering last year, the yacht was bought by Arthur Blank, when fairing and outfitting were underway. Timing had been an important factor because he wanted DreAMBoat to be ready for the summer. Arthur requested more than 100 little edits, but the only major change was the addition of a VIP suite on the owner’s deck.

Arthur Blank is known as co-founder of Home Depot. His businesses include the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC. Arthur’s net worth is estimated at US$ 5.6 billion. He is said to own shares of home depot representing a value of more than US$ 3 billion. Also, the owner of DreAMBoat is an active philanthropist through his Arthur M Blank Family Foundation.

The desks of DreAMBoat are connected by the glass elevator, which is located at the main deck lobby.



The main saloon has many cozy zones which can be used for different purposes.



The upper saloon could be used for movie nights featuring a drop-down screen.



DreAMBoat has two pools: a spa pool on the sun deck and a 6m x 3.1m swimming pool on the main deck aft.



The upper deck dining room can be opened up to the aft deck.



Eighteen persons can accommodate the main deck dining area.



The wheelhouse sits on the bridge deck, the spa is tucked away behind it.



The yacht can accommodate 22 guests and 27 crew members. The six guest cabins are held in a warm-toned, additionally, there is an owner's area on the upper deck, with a children's cabin and another VIP owner's suite.

Latest News

BDJ Now Available for Sale
Camper & Nicholsons has announced the exclusive sale of BDJ, represented by Senior Sales Broker Marc Haendle.BDJ is the last project by renowned designer Pieter Beeldsnijder, specifically designed for luxurious round-the-world cruising. Built by Flevo Ship in Holland, this 29.26-meter motor yacht, launched in 2013, reflects high standards of custom yacht construction. It is offered for sale by the original owner and is in excellent condition, featuring a trans-Atlantic range and low engine hours, having been used only privately.BDJ boasts a modern interior with ample natural light and comfort, featuring premium materials throughout. The layout includes a spacious saloon, a galley, and a formal dining area aft of the wheelhouse. Accommodation is provided for six guests in three cabins: a full-beam master suite with a walk-in wardrobe, a guest double, and a twin that can convert into a large VIP suite.One of the standout features of BDJ is its flybridge. The sun deck includes a grill, a galley counter, casual seating, and stowage space for a tender and a small car, which can be deployed by the yacht’s crane.BDJ has undergone annual maintenance at its build yard and benefits from low fuel consumption. At-anchor stabilizers enhance comfort, and additional batteries allow for extended silent operation.BDJ is available for viewings by appointment in the Netherlands.Credit: Camper & Nicholsons
Special One Ready to Set Sail
Royal Huisman has announced the successful delivery of Project 406, known as Special One. This custom motor yacht, measuring 52 meters (171 feet), is set to depart from the shipyard in the Netherlands on her maiden voyage, marking a significant achievement in superyacht construction.Special One is an Alustar aluminum motor yacht designed for both luxury and performance. She features six decks and can achieve speeds over 30 knots, as demonstrated during extensive testing in the North Sea. The yacht is tailored to meet the specific requirements of her experienced owner, who has a strong interest in sportfishing, making her the world’s largest true sportfish yacht.Designed by Vripack Yacht Design Studio, Special One has a distinctive appearance with a long bow, high bulwarks, and a clear sheer line leading to an uncluttered cockpit aft. The high tower provides excellent views and a downward angle on the water, ideal for sportfishing. Additionally, the tower serves as a viewing platform for guests to watch the fishing activities below.This project highlights Royal Huisman's expertise in the superyacht sector, demonstrating their ability to push the boundaries of custom yacht construction. Jan Timmerman, CEO of Royal Huisman, stated: "The delivery of Project 406 underscores our commitment to creating unique and bespoke superyachts. This motor yacht project showcases our ability to deliver custom solutions that align perfectly with our client's vision. We are excited to see 'Special One' embark on her journey and provide unforgettable experiences to her owner."Special One is now ready to set sail, promising to deliver exceptional performance and luxury on the open seas.Royal Huisman is a Dutch shipyard established in 1884 in Ronduite, building and refitting custom luxury sailing and motor yachts at its shipyard in Vollenhove, the Netherlands.Credit: Royal Huisman
Ocean Independence Adds 34m Bluephire from Tureddi to Sales Portfolio
Ocean Independence has added the 34-meter yacht Bluephire, designed by Christian Leyk and built by Tureddi, to its sales portfolio. This yacht exemplifies the Mediterranean lifestyle, merging advanced technology with artisanal craftsmanship.Tureddi, a shipyard founded by a family with a passion for yachting, has decided to branch out after 45 years of contract work with renowned Italian brands like Sanlorenzo, Codecasa, and Benetti. Having built 60 yachts, they now plan to construct a fleet of 30-60 meter semi-custom yachts under their own name.Bluephire, a 34m new-build project, is a true reflection of Tureddi’s values. It features a glass salon that opens completely on both ends, enhancing indoor/outdoor living. The yacht measures 34 meters in length, with a waterline length of 27 meters, a beam of 6.9 meters, and a draft of 1.3 meters, and has a gross tonnage of 230GT.Powered by two MAN V8 1000HP engines, Bluephire offers a cruising speed of 14 knots and a maximum speed of 16 knots, with a range of 450 nautical miles. An alternative engine arrangement featuring two MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines can increase the cruising speed to 25 knots and the maximum speed to 35 knots, with a range of 370 nautical miles.Bluephire emphasizes outdoor living and water activities, featuring sun beds, easy water access, space for water toys, a bar, and a well-designed living area. Natural illumination and innovative lighting systems, along with new materials and natural air circulation, enhance the main living area, which includes a lounge, dining area, and bar. The open pilot house and foredeck with sun beds and seating extend the living space.The lower saloon provides a cozy retreat, while the yacht ensures well-equipped crew spaces. Bluephire can be customized to the owner's preferences, including color schemes and details, offering a refined yachting experience.Tureddi's potential for producing fully custom new builds sets them apart in the luxury yacht market, leveraging their expertise and world-class facilities to offer a seamless and efficient building experience.Credit: Ocean Independence
The Italian Sea Group Finalizes Sale of Viareggio Shipyard
The Italian Sea Group S.p.A. (TISG), a global player in luxury yachting, has finalized the sale of its Viareggio shipyard to Next Yacht Group for €21 million. The shipyard was acquired as part of the Perini Navi acquisition in 2021.Due to its structural characteristics, the Viareggio shipyard was deemed unsuitable for the production of yachts over 50 meters, which is TISG’s primary focus. This segment accounts for approximately 90% of the company's current order book. According to Boat International’s ranking, TISG is the leading player in Italy and the third globally in this size range.The disposal of the Viareggio shipyard is part of TISG's strategic plan to streamline operations and focus on custom-made mega and giga-yachts. In 2023, TISG also sold a building previously dedicated to Perini Navi offices for €12 million. With the recent sale of the shipyard, the total value of Perini Navi assets disposed by TISG amounts to €33 million.Giovanni Costantino, Founder and CEO of TISG, expressed satisfaction with the transaction, highlighting its alignment with the company’s strategy to concentrate on large custom yachts. He also noted the positive impact on the local community and supply chain, as Next Yacht Group will resume activities at the historic Viareggio shipyard.TISG and Perini Navi will continue to maintain a presence in Viareggio with their commercial flagship and woodworking hub, which opened last March in the heart of the port.The Italian Sea Group is a global operator in the luxury yachting industry, listed on Euronext Milan (“EXM”) and active in the construction and refit of motor yachts and sailing yachts up to 140 meters. The Company, led by Italian entrepreneur Giovanni Costantino, operates on the market with the brands Admiral, renown for elegant and prestigious yachts, Tecnomar, Perini Navi, and Picchiotti; the Company has a business unit, NCA Refit, that manages the maintenance and refit services for yachts and mega yachts with a length over 60 meters. Credit: Yacht Harbour Archive
Mishi 88: Balancing Safety and Comfort
Mishi Yachts introduces the 27-meter Mishi 88, a sailing yacht designed to offer luxury and safety. Fully certified by RINA, this yacht aims to attract experienced owners from both sailing and motoring backgrounds.The Mishi 88 features a spacious cockpit that can accommodate 12 or more guests, with deep sofas and adjustable tables under a hard-top. The yacht's sailing functions are concentrated aft with push-button sail controls and four electric winches positioned away from the social area.The foredeck serves as a relaxation area with cushions and folding tables, while the oversized bathing platform at the stern offers easy access to the water and a large storage space for a tender and water toys.Founder and chairman Şakir Yılmaztürk emphasized the yacht’s design for entertainment and comfort, with protected cockpit space and versatile deck areas. The yacht is designed to be both safe and enjoyable to sail.The interior, designed by Cristiano Gatto, spans nearly 380 square meters and features seating for 12 guests, alcoves for artwork, and large windows for natural light. The well-equipped galley is open to the saloon but can be closed for crewed operation. Accommodation includes a master suite, two twin/double cabins, a midships cabin with bunks, and crew quarters, all ensuite.Built by Yonca shipyard, known for high-performance tactical vessels, the Mishi 88 features a carbon composite hull, deck, and superstructure. The yacht achieves sailing speeds of up to 10 knots and a maximum speed of 11.5 knots under power. With a cruising speed of 8 knots, it offers a range of over 1,000 nautical miles.The Mishi 88 combines Yonca’s expertise in composite construction with a luxurious and functional design, promising an appealing option for discerning yacht owners.The Mishi 88 specifications include an overall length of 88 feet (26.82 meters), a waterline length of 81 feet 5 inches (24.82 meters), a beam of 20 feet 3 inches (6.20 meters), and a draft of 10 feet 6 inches (3.20 meters). The yacht has a cruising speed of 8 knots, a maximum speed of 11.5 knots, a range of 1,000 nautical miles at cruising speed, and a displacement of 70 tons.Founded in 1986, Yonca Shipyard aimed to lead in fast boat design and advanced composites. Despite doubts, handcrafted boats reflected our vision. Now an industrial-scale enterprise, the shipyard produces cutting-edge pleasure, commercial, and naval craft. Yonca Shipyard delivered more than 180 ships and boats, specializing in fast interceptor craft and patrol boats for defense and law enforcement agencies.Credit: Mishi Yachts