The innovative Italian yacht builder has revealed a range consisting three lines – the Gran Turismo Transatlantic (GTT), Global series and the fantastic entry-point GTM 90 sports yachts. The sleek and elegant GTT yachts are all aluminium built and created for those preferring to spend time on the very large, open decks while effortlessly cruising with the speed of 20-plus knots with the latest V12 MAN engines.
Steel-hulled Globals are all for comfort and interior volume with very modest power trains for smooth, long-range cruising in near silence and with very low fuel consumption.
The fast GTM 90 series is a great example of superyacht philosophy put in a compact package that is versatile and can be delivered as Transformer, Sportfisher or Beach Club version.
Both the GTT and Global lines are based on proven round bilge fast-displacement hulls by renowned Dutch naval architect Van Oossanen and provide smooth performance enabling ocean crossings for all of the yachts in these ranges.
Hybrid power plants are also available on every project.
The strong points of Dynamiq are top efficiency together with original exterior design, unmistakably identifying this next generation of superyachts.
Dynamiq is finalising the work on the fourth secret range, which will create its own niche and will be presented during the Monaco Yacht Show this September. There will be 12 yachts in the Dynamiq range from 27 to 50 metres.
The interiors can vary from the light and simple on the GTM series to highly sophisticated like the 1940s inspired models on the GTT 160 created by Claudio Pironi.
“Dynamiq positions itself between large super and mega yacht builders and well-established production shipyards,” explains Dynamiq founder Sergei Dobroserdov.
“When large yards are not building in this size any more, we are filling the gap by bringing the highest standards of finish quality and top technology to achieve extreme values in the performance of our yachts.”
“We work hard on hull lines, propulsion, high-tech glass and insulation to make it to the highest standards.
“Our recently built 41-metre Stefania (GTT 135) showed the range of 5,500 nautical miles at 10 knots while the vibrations levels are only 0.3 millimetres per second at a cruising speed of 12 knots while the industry standard is 1.5 millimetres per second.
“We work with specialists in their fields like Rubber design or Hull Vane and are not afraid to go into technical challenges to outperform the rivals. That’s the beauty of working with a boutique, family-owned shipyard.”
Dynamiq has established the most advanced approach in the industry; the yacht can be completely configured online with all necessary extras and options.
Prices and delivery dates are available online.