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A look at the first fully wheelchair accessible Soyaslan Dionysos 35 yacht.

The first vessel in Soyaslan Marine's 35m Dionysos series is underway with delivery scheduled for August 2024.

At the core of the yacht's design is accessibility for wheelchair users, as well as for "disabled people and people with different mobility needs". This includes features such as wide corridors, spacious cabins, railings and a six-person elevator that visits all floors – a rarity on yachts of this size.

Influenced by Dionysus, the Greek deity of wine, feasting and pleasure, the range seeks to capture his essence within the interior design and overall theme of the yacht.

Her office/VIP cabin also features a large retractable balcony, providing guests with a seamless connection to the environment while ensuring privacy and comfort. Dionysos 35 is also equipped with an elevator serving all decks.

Basic amenities on the Dionysos 35 yacht include the spacious flybridge with DJ booth, bar, a large table, sunbeds and sports equipment. This makes her flybridge the perfect place to relax and entertain

The Dionysos 35 has a unique exterior profile, with two large windows on its bow, offering panoramic views of the sea and the horizon. This is one of the first times a yacht of this size has included this feature, which enhances the overall sense of light and space.

With a spacious interior volume of 328 GT, the Dionysos 35 offers accommodation for up to 12 people.

Powered by twin 449 kWh Cummins engines, the yacht will be able to reach a top speed of 12.5 knots and a range of 3,450 nautical miles when traveling at 10 knots.


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