The first yacht in Dynamiq's 39-metre GTT range made her debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in September
This photo and above: Franck Dromas/Olga Logvina
Last year, Dynamiq created an online ‘configurator’ that allows potential owners to work through a host of options from hull colour to layout and styling, each with the given price and delivery date. The options list includes soft furnishings and fabrics from brands such as Hermès, Loro Piana and Trussardi Casa, plus THG bathroom fittings, Christofle cutlery, Baccarat glassware, Pratesi linen and towels, and a unique atomiser system featuring scents from Aqua di Parma.
“Dynamiq’s goal is it to bring the highest quality standards and technology of 60-70-metre megayachts to the 30-40-metre segment. Aligned with our top-class partners we make things happen. Our yachts are the only all-rounders on the market, which come at a very manageable size and price. Dynamiq is the rational choice as it provides more comfort and functionality than the other yachts in this class,” says Sergei Dobroserdov, Dynamiq founder and CEO.
Currently lying in Marina di Carrara, Jetsetter will head to the Miami International Yacht Show in February. Jetsetter is listed for sale with Burgess at €14.545 million.
Photo: David Churchill
The first 35-metre D3 series by Studio Porsche is currently under construction at Dynamiq’s new shipyard in Viareggio and scheduled for delivery in September 2017.