When Drettman Yachts was reborn as Drettman-Sunrise Group in 2010, one of the goals was to develop new builds under its own name. Over the prior four decades, Drettman Yachts had evolved from a brokerage house representing multiple brands to a new-construction representative for Bandido and Elegance Yachts, among others. This month, Drettman Yachts expects to lay the keel of its first Drettmann Motor Yacht, the DMY 32m.
Measuring 105 feet (32 meters), the DMY 32m is targeting yacht owners who like sleek lines but still want voluminous interiors and innovative features. The open main-deck layout provides a combination saloon-dining area, flanked by sole-to-ceiling windows. Buyers will certainly opt for the fold-down balconies to each side here. Good-size windows also characterize the main-deck master suite, but so, too, do two skylights, adding to the airy feel. Owners and up to eight guests, accommodated in four equal-size staterooms, get an innovative aft beach club that can be outfitted in a variety of ways. The center of the transom can fold down and be set up with sun lounges, with a bar tucked inside the yacht. Alternately, a sauna or gym can be inside. Furthermore, additional platforms to each side of the DMY 32m can fold down, making a far larger, wrap-around swim platform. All of these touches are items you’d normally expect to see on a far larger megayacht.
The motoryacht line isn’t the only new-construction offering that Drettman Yachts has in the works. The company also has an expedition series, Drettman Explorer Yachts (DEY), already designed and tank tested. The image here shows one of the models alongside a Drettman Motor Yacht. The keel of the first DEY, also 105 feet (32 meters), should be laid soon after that of the DMY 32m.
Both the DMY and DEY lines are being built at Sunrise Yachts’ facility in Turkey.
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