Italian shipyard Dynamiq has shared the news that it has developed a special edition of its GTT 135 line; featuring a striking gold theme aimed at the Middle Eastern market.
Painted in uncommon Royal Gold colour, the so called CARAT edition also features gold accessories by Serdaneli. Concurrent high-end equipment on-board comprises a Steinway Lyngdorf music system and main saloon fireplace .
The Dynamiq GTT 135 is an all-aluminum fast cruiser built on a 41-metre FDHF platform with a shallow draught of just 1.8 metres, designed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. With those specifications, she is perfect for cruising Middle East waters or the Maldives.
The model initially designed with hydrodynamic excellence in mind, with close attention paid to obtaining optimal weight distribution and a low centre of gravity. A Hull Vane will provide a 20% reduction in vertical accelerations (pitching) and reduce resistance by as much as 30%.
Above all, the yacht’s layout is trademarked with 120 square-metre sundeck; Fun Air inflatable pool of 5 x 6 meters and five spacious staterooms.
Even the MAN engines of GTT 135 Carat come with gold-plated cylinder heads. They make GTT 135 capable of comfortable cruising at a top speed of 20+ knots in displacement mode and have a Transat range of more than 3,000 nm at 12 knots.
Dynamiq is a private shipyard founded in 2011 and owned by yacht broker and designer Sergei Dobroserdov. Located on Italy’s Tuscan coast, Dynamiq builds yachts with naval architects and structural or mechanical engineering by companies based in the Netherlands. Recently, the yard has introduced its first explorer yacht Global 330, moving onto a new stage.
Meanwhile, the first GTT135 hull was sold in October 2018 to an experienced European buyer.