Dynamiq is continuing work on the GTT 115, the second hull to be produced at the builder’s shipyard in Viareggio, Italy.
A keel-laying ceremony included placing a coin underneath for good luck. Dynamiq CEO Sergei Dobroserdov attended, along with Pierre Casiraghi, a member of the Monegasque royal family, and Bernard d’Alessandri, secretary general of the Monaco Yacht Club. (Dynamiq is building in Italy, but the company is based in Monaco.)
The GTT 115 has interiors by Studio F.A. Porsche in Austria and naval architecture by Vripack in the Netherlands. The hull follows the first Dynamiq launch, the 128-foot Jetsetter.
Where construction stands on the GTT 115: The aluminum hull and superstructure are attached, and mechanical outfitting and exterior fairing are underway.