At one point in this video, you’ll see “1 of 7” on this yacht’s transom. She is the first of a limited-edition series from Dynamiq and Studio F.A. Porsche, the GTT 115. Yes, that Porsche. Also yes, the superyacht shows off plenty of car-inspired design features. They include the famous, even iconic Pepita-patterned fabric found on the brand’s seating. The two companies came together for this project for a straightforward reason. As Rolan Heiler, manager director of the design studio, explains, the GTT 115 is for “car lovers and forward-thinking yacht owners who appreciate the advantages of speed, style, and our philosophy of intelligent performance.”
As for that speed and intelligent performance, the GTT 115 has engineering by Vripack. She reportedly sees a 21-knot top speed under twin MAN power. Equally important, Fortjes pod drives come into play, making the megayacht more maneuverable. Optional hybrid power means less fuel burned, too, depending on how you plan to cruise. Overall, the yacht should see a best range of 3,400 nautical miles, enough for visiting both sides of the Atlantic. The shallow draft of 4’8” (1.45 meters) makes all sorts of skinny water accessible, too.
At the end of the day, a superyacht is just a jumble of materials and machinery if she’s not enjoyable. This video strives to show you what life aboard the GTT 115 can be like. It takes you on a virtual journey with two couples, good friends. From meals on the flying bridge to watersports at anchor, there’s fun to be had on deck. The captain gets the GTT 115 underway, and the couples take in the views and the breezes where we’d all do the same. Come nighttime, they dress their best and toast to good times together in beautiful places.
Dynamiq can build a GTT 115 within 15 months from contract. To learn more about this specific superyacht, see our Megayacht News Onboard report.