The famous Monaco shipyard, Dynamiq Yachts, has almost unveiled its latest concept – the Dynamiq GTT 160, a fifty-meter superyacht with magnificent exterior lines designed by Dobroserdov Design studio.
The yacht has a slender hull, long waterline and promises us smooth, comfortable and extremely efficient sailing. Dynamiq Shipyard collaborated with the brilliant people at Van Oossanen Naval Architects Studios to create her hull and the technology she uses. The yacht comes with innovative HullVane foil that takes fuel efficiency to a whole new level.
For convenience, the upper deck is equipped with a cinema lounge, a bar with sunbathing area and a barbecue station in the front. The main deck comes with a beautiful beach club, featuring a Jacuzzi for 12 people and a magnificent indoor spa section complete with a hammam and gym.
However, what may be more interesting for a yacht of this size is the fact that the new Dynamiq concept will feature a helicopter that is activated by the touch of a button and a tender space.
Like all other Dynamiq yachts, the interior layout of the GTT 160 yacht is quite customizable. This concept is designed for 12 people to be deployed in six spacious cabins, with separate space for an eight-member crew. The owner’s suite is located on the main deck with two large balconies on either side, while guests are on the lower deck.
Other highlights of the yacht include a breakfast nook, a movie theater, a state-of-the-art Bowers & Wilkins audio system and a magnificent fireplace lounge.
Potential buyers can get Bentley Home-signed interiors if they are willing to spend a little more money, considering the price of the yacht itself, which is € 19,900,000.
When it comes to propulsion, this concept will come as standard with MAN six-cylinder engines, giving it a top speed of 17 knots. If you want more speed, you can opt for the S version, which will be powered by MAN V12-1800 engines, giving it the opportunity to develop 23 knots. There is also a hybrid drivetrain option, which offers quiet cruising at eight knots.