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?’”
The hull of the code-named Project Phi now sits united with the superstructure inside Royal Huisman’s biggest built shed. The yacht is still pretty much under wraps from a publicity standpoint. However, the video footage here provides some of the best glimpses yet at what promises to be an intriguing yacht. Project Phi is one
Mulder Shipyard is closing out 2019 on a high note. It has sold Project Mana, the third yacht in the Mulder ThirtySix semi-custom series. What’s more, the customers are fellow countrymen from The Netherlands. Project Mana started on spec, since the shipyard met with success in selling hulls number one and two. The first Mulder
The best yacht designs start from the inside out. In other words, they take the accommodations and systems’ needs into account first. Xventure, a proposal from Heesen Yachts and Winch Design, started with an Intrepid idea… as in, an Intrepid 375 sportfisherman. This tender, and her double-height tender garage, are your first hints that Xventure
Chartering yachts has its advantages. A frequent charterer who decided to step into ownership has signed a deal with Heesen Yachts. Project Sparta, a 220-footer (67-meter), draws on his experiences along with a concept design from Heesen. Project Sparta joins a long line of fast-displacement megayachts from the shipyard and Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Specifically,
If you are accustomed to seeing sailing superyacht hulls turned at Royal Huisman, you are in for a pleasant surprise. The project code-named Phi, a motoryacht whose lines are a closely guarded secret, completed her hull flip this week. Phi gets her name from the so-called Golden Ratio, a study in balance and harmony of design.