Dynamiq Expands Superyacht Designs with Global 300, Gold GTT 135
Monaco-headquartered superyacht builder Dynamiq reveals its most compact explorer, the 30.5m G300, plus a special gold edition of the 41m GTT 135.
Dynamiq has revealed details of the G300, the smallest model in its range of Global explorers, which features a full-aluminium hull and engineering by renowned Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen. The smart superyacht offers a top speed of 19 knots and oceanic range of 4,000nm in a compact, user-friendly 200GT package.
The G300 features a transformable saloon with a real fireplace and comes with an inflatable pool that can be attached to the stern of the yacht, a fun addition for adults and children alike. The yacht’s shallow 1.45m draft also enables the compact explorer to get close to beaches and deep into bays.
The yacht has four guest cabins on the lower deck and a 94sqm sun deck, and is designed to explore a wide range of areas around the Mediterranean, Caribbean or Asia-Pacific, as well as further north like the Norwegian fjords.
Dynamiq’s Global range will be built at the brand’s shipyard in Massa, Tuscany, to an EPIQ platform (Efficiency, Performance, Innovation, Quality) with a fast-displacement, round-bilge hull. The base price for the G300 starts at €9,150,000 (US$10.1 million) with a delivery time of 22 months.
The builder has also presented a limited Carat edition of its GTT 135, featuring a striking gold theme which Dynamiq says is primarily aimed at the Middle Eastern market, with air-conditioning specified for hot climates.
The hull of the GTT 135 Carat is painted an exclusive royal gold, while gold accessories by Serdaneli feature in the bathrooms. High-end equipment includes a Steinway Lyngdorf music system – and even the MAN engines come with gold-plated cylinder heads.
Featuring five spacious staterooms and a large 120sqm sundeck, the GTT 135 is an all-aluminium fast cruiser and among the most luxurious full-options yacht in her class, with exclusive paint and fittings by top luxury brands.
Built on a 41m (135ft) platform with an 8.2m (26ft 11in) beam and a draught of just 1.6m, the GTT 135 is suitable for cruising Middle East waters or the Maldives, and can voyage across the Atlantic, with a range of 3,000nm at 10 knots. The yacht is fitted with twin MAN V12-1650 engines and has a top speed of 21 knots and a cruising speed of 19.
Central Yacht, headquartered in Hong Kong, is Dynamiq’s brand ambassador in Asia.
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