The much anticipated first 39-metre superyacht in Dynamiq’s new D4 series was recently unveiled at Monaco Yacht Show. The all-aluminum yacht was christened as Jetsetter during her launch in Marina di Carrara in Italy. The yacht was designed in Monaco, engineered in Holland and built in Italy at the NCA shipyard. Exteriors are by Dobroserdov Design, interior design is by Bannenberg & Rowell and interior decoration is by Trussardi Casa.
The new superyacht can accommodate eight guests in four cabins. The London designers used loose couches, chairs, and other accessories in the saloon and staterooms, rather than building in fixed furniture, so it had the feel of a contemporary waterfront pied-à-terre, rather than the more formal look of many yachts. The saloon’s large picture windows, combined with its generous 7-foot, 8-inch headroom and 25-foot beam, gave the area a much larger feel than most yachts in its class. It connects to a dining room that also seems voluminous, without being stodgy. The same sense of space occurs in the full-beam master suite, located aft on the lower deck, as well as the three other staterooms forward.
By fitting the yacht with twin Fortjes propulsion pods, Jetsetter offers a top speed of 21 knots with a cruising range of 3,000nm. To ensure a smooth experience while underway and at anchor, electrically driven CMC stabilisers are fitted to keep Jetsetter in shape no matter the conditions.
Jetsetter is listed for sale at €14,500,000 through IYC broker Scott Jones.