The Dynamiq range of configurable superyachts is set to grow after the yard revealed the first details of its forthcoming GTT 160 project. The avant-garde, full-aluminium 49.5-metre vessel represents what Dynamiq thinks is essential for modern superyachts – cool looking, efficient and focused on sport and well-being. The GTT 160 is aimed at today’s active owners with starting price of €19,900.000.
Dynamiq was founded in Monaco in 2014 by experienced yacht broker and designer Sergei Dobroserdov. Dynamiq is the first company in the superyacht industry to introduce an online configurator; allowing the yacht to be easily and transparently customised down to the last detail.
With racy, contemporary styling by Dobroserdov Design, the GTT 160 offers accommodation for 12 guests in six cabins and crew quarters for up to eight staff. The master stateroom enjoys pride of place on the main deck forward and features two large fixed side balconies.
The upper deck includes a cinema lounge with a 75-inch screen, as well as a bar area. The sun deck hosts a second helm position with breathtaking views and plenty of room for sunbathing. The main deck aft is devised a beach club of 120 sqm with a hot tub for 12 people and enclosed Spa area with sauna, hammam and a convertible gymnasium of almost 40 sqm with space for a massage table.
Dynamiq founder and CEO, Sergei Dobroserdov, said “The idea was to create the most attractive proposal for a superyacht of just under 50 metres.”
Dynamiq is focused on modern owners priorities: well-being, efficiency and price. In terms of naval architecture, they selected a slender hull with a long waterline that is much more efficient and comfortable and arrived at a concept that provides the motion comfort of a 55-metre yacht with a conventional flared bow.
GTT 160 houses a 21-foot tender in the forward garage and is equipped with a touch-and-go helipad platform with a maximum take-off weight 3,000 kg.
Also, the GTT 160 features advanced onboard technology. Dutch hydrodynamic specialist Van Oossanen Naval Architects designed the fast-displacement hull with an aft Hull Vane foil for extra lift underway that decreases drag and improves fuel efficiency. As a result, the yacht can achieve a top speed of 17 knots when fitted with modest MAN 6-cylinder (537 kW) engines.
Transatlantic crossings are possible at 14 knots and the maximum range at an economical speed of 10 knots is 4,000 nautical miles. An extended S version offer a more powerful pair of MAN V12-1800 engines for a top speed of 23 knots. Hybrid system with zero-emission electric mode can provide silent cruising at up to 8 knots.