- RIB force Oceanis BST19 tender
- Water skis
- Inflatable chairs
- Snorkel equipment
- Reef shoes
- Dive compressor
|Builder||Lloyds Ships Holdings|
|Year Built||1986 (Original)|
Measuring 113 feet in length, Dreamtime was first built by Lloyds Ships Holdings in 1986, and later underwent a full refit in 2015. The naval architecture was the work of Jack Hargrave.
With its long cruising history, Dreamtime was built to discover Australia’s vast coastlines in true comfort, and over time, has become one of Australia’s best known and most iconic luxury motor yachts.
The interior of Dreamtime is beautiful, serene and contemporary. In the main salon, guests will find multiple seating areas, luxurious textiles, and plush, white and gray furnishings. Inspired by the inherent calm of the sea, teal and blue accents are strewn throughout. On top of that, Mother Nature comes into play; large windows surround the main common areas to brighten the interior of Dreamtime with ample amounts of natural light.
The exterior decks of Dreamtime were built to entertain. Different from many yachts, the main deck has an enclosed aft surrounded by large windows, protecting guests from wind while they enjoy alfresco dining at sea. The lower aft deck and swim platform are just beyond, granting access to the yacht’s large collection of dive equipment and water toys. Look up, and find the flybridge. It offers alfresco dining, sunbathing amenities, a sun umbrella for comfort, and all the horizon views in the world.
Dreamtime can accommodate up to eight charter guests in four spacious staterooms.
- 1 Master Stateroom with a king bed and ensuite bathrooms
- 2 VIP Cabins with queen beds and ensuite bathrooms
- 1 Guest Cabin two twin beds and ensuite bathrooms