Sergei Dobroserdov, the founder and CEO of Dynamiq, says his team created the GTT 160 because “there are so many 50-meter yachts below 500 GT available, but they all look very similar with pretty much the same functionality. We asked ourselves: ‘What can we bring to the market that makes more sense for our clients?’”
UPDATE, OCTOBER 9, 2019: The Dynamiq G 300 is one of four megayacht designs available. The other three are the G 350 (115 feet/35 meters), G 380 (125 feet/38 meters), and G 440 (144 feet/44 meters). The volumes are significant. The G 300 is 200 gross tons, the 350 is 299 gross tons, the 380
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
The desire to cruise farther while burning less fuel continues. An experienced European yacht owner will do just that in two years’ time aboard the first Dynamiq GTT 135. What’s more, he’ll be among the first yachting customers whose yachts feature the fuel-saving Hull Vane. If you’re not familiar with the Hull Vane, it’s a
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 majority of megayachts on the water are beneath the 500-gross-ton threshold. This keeps regulatory compliance simpler, while still affording flexibility in LOA and accommodations. But with abundant semi- and fully custom choices in this realm competing for consumers’ attention, how does a builder turn heads? Dynamiq believes it has the answer in the Dynamiq GTT165.