The Dynamiq Global 330 may look like an explorer, but she’s still different. “Instead of slow, steel-hulled explorers with the typical commercial styling, we drew on our forward-thinking approach to create a fast and modern series of vessels,” explains Sergei Dobroserdov, Dynamiq’s founder and CEO. “We specifically designed the Global series to be below the 40m threshold to match a much broader type of client and their families. Moreover, thanks to their compact size they can truly explore, because only Dynamiq explorers are able to enter the small bays and inlets where bigger yachts can’t get near.”
While the 108-foot (33-meter) Global 330 is the first project in the Global series, two other models exist, too. Specifically, they measure 98 and 131 feet (30 and 40 meters). Dobroserdov says that all three result from client requests for adventure-oriented explorer yachts. In addition, naturally, all three emphasize long range and a variety of choices for the general arrangement as well as toys.
The 270-gross-ton 330, for instance, accommodates an owner’s party of 10. Despite her 108-foot LOA, she puts the master suite on the main deck, additionally with two fold-down balconies. Given the extra-ample, nearly 28-foot (8.5-meter) beam, the Dynamiq Global 330 should look and feel comfortable from the saloon, featuring a fireplace, to the upper-deck spaces. Clients can collaborate with Miami-based interior designer Giuseppina Arena. You can also select furnishings and accessories from Bentley Home, a collection of furniture and homeware reflecting the automotive company’s luxury image.
Underscoring Dobroserdov’s statement about small bays and inlets, the megayacht has a draft of just 5’9” (1.8 meters). The all-aluminum yacht should also see a top speed of 16 knots with twin MAN engines. Furthermore, fuel consumption should be a reasonable 16 gph (62 lph) at 10 knots. With naval architecture by Van Oossanen, the Dynamiq Global 330 features a fast-displacement hull form. Van Oossanen further modified it with a Hull Vane, an aft underwater extension to reduce pitch and therefore increase efficiency.
Wherever customers cruise, the Dynamiq Global 330 puts explorer-oriented toys at their disposal. She, as well as her sisterships, comes standard with a drone. She also comes with an ROV (remote-operated vehicle capable of operating down to 328 feet (100 meters), and telescope. You can fill the tender garage with diving equipment, too, if you so wish, as well as inflatable toys and/or standard tenders.
Base price for the Dynamiq Global 330: €12.7 million (about $14.3 million at press time). Delivery is within two years.
Van Oossanen Naval Architects oossanen.nl
Giuseppina Arena giuseppinaarena.com