From its inception, Dynamiq has done things differently. It allowed (and still allows) customers to configure their semi-custom yachts directly on its website, with full pricing transparency. It further partners with non-yachting luxury brands to foster more interesting and unusual lifestyle enhancements. Together with forward-thinking yachting engineers and designers, Dynamiq strives for clients to expect the unexpected. The owners of Stefania are the latest to benefit from this thinking.
The 134-footer (41-meter) is a Dynamiq GTT 135 model, entirely in aluminum and with a proven Hull Vane. This hydrofoil, from Van Oossanen Naval Architects, reduces pitch and resistance and therefore fuel burn while still permitting swift speeds. Specifically, Stefania can top out at 21 knots and achieve a notably long range of 5,000 nautical miles at 10 knots with her MAN engines. Additionally, Dynamiq says fuel burn is just 13 gph (50 lph) at 10 knots. Full seasons of island hopping are therefore no issue in areas without many fuel docks. Neither are shallow waters, given her draft just shy of six feet (1.8 meters).
Of course, just a quick glance at her metallic gold and brown paint job, accentuating her sporty lines from Dobroserdov Design, should tell you that Stefania is different in additional ways, too. For instance, all five staterooms, including the master, sit amidships below decks for maximum motion comfort. Dining aboard in cool climes is extra comfortable and cozy due to a fireplace in the formal dining area. When scents from the chef’s delectable creations aren’t wafting from the galley, Stefania has an atomizer system gently releasing Ferragamo’s home perfumes into the air. The atomizer is just one of many options regularly offered.
Furthermore, the owners of Stefania took advantage of collaborating with Giuseppina Arena for a personalized decor. Art Deco style characterizes the interior, with details in mother of pearl and gold, along with gold, cream, and blue from deck to deck. The owners also lended some flair to the wheelhouse for the captain, thanks to Dynamiq’s partnership with car outfitter Klassen. The look and feel echoes that of Klassen’s luxury shuttle vans, down to the trim.
Enjoy this look at Stefania, from her 1,292-square-foot (120-square-meter) sundeck with two 75-inch TVs down to her VIPs. While she’s available for charter, she also has a sistership in build on spec. You can configure the yacht on Dynamiq’s website, including with a Bentley Home furnishings package.
Dobroserdov Design dobroserdovdesign.com
Giuseppina Arena Architecture & Design giuseppinaarena.com
Van Oossanen Naval Architects oossanen.nl