Dynamiq GTT 115 yacht launched in Viareggio

Dynamiq has launched its 35 metre Porsche-designed superyacht, the Dynamiq GTT 115, just in time for next week’s Monaco Yacht Show.

The launch happened over the weekend in Viareggio and CEO Sergei Dobroserdov hailed the GTT 115 as “the culmination of a long process of design and development to introduce a new kind of superyacht to the market”.

Styled inside and out by Studio F.A. Porsche, this all-aluminium yacht features an exclusive stabilisation system and a round-bilge hull, finished in Rhodium Grey metallic paint.

Roland Heiler, CEO of Studio F.A. Porsche, added: “Taking the spirit of high-performance sportscar styling to the high seas, the Dynamiq GTT 115 is designed to appeal to car lovers and forward-thinking yacht owners who appreciate the advantages of speed, style and our philosophy of intelligent performance.”

Key features include a vertical prow and a superyacht spa pool on the upper deck, which is situated just forward of the shaded al fresco dining area.

Built to RINA classification and MCA compliant, the yacht’s naval architecture was provided by Dutch studio Vripack. Power comes from a pair of 1,650hp MAN V12 diesel engines twinned to Fortjes pod-drives and three variable-speed generators for a top speed of 21 knots and a maximum cruising range of 3,400 nautical miles.

Guest accommodation is all below decks with a choice of three or four cabins available. As the first interior renderings below show, the Dynamiq GTT 115 will feature a spacious light-filled saloon.

Porsche design influences include the Pepita houndstooth deck cushions, similar to those found on the latest Porsche 911 R edition sportscar.

Furniture and decoration was developed in collaboration with Minotti, whose influence can be seen in the Saddle brown and Luxor beige leather, carbonfibre detailing, and Sahara Noir marble.

The GTT 115 is the second superyacht to be built by Dynamiq — the yard made its Monaco Yacht Show debut in 2016 exhibiting the 39 metre Jetsetter, which aims to rewrite the rules of yacht buying via a configurable approach to specification.