Dyna Yachts, about a year after launching the 68 Skylounge in the United States, has welcomed the new 63 Flybridge to U.S. shores.
“The Dyna interior, the fit and finish, the space and volume—it’s all unbelievable,” Mike Kutrybala, Dyna brand manager for United Yacht Sales, stated in a press release. “This boat is so well-planned and well-built, the differences are tangible as soon as you step on board. Dyna hit a home run, and we cannot wait to introduce it to everyone.”
Cor D. Rover, a designer known for his work with leading builders such as Italy’s Benetti Yachts, designed the interior of the Dyna 63 Flybridge. Three guest staterooms—including a full-beam amidships master—are on the lower deck.
The main deck has indoor and outdoor dining, as well as soles made of what Dyna calls luxury vinyl plank.
“Dyna chose to use vinyl plank flooring on the 63 due to the fact that it’s easy to clean and maintain,” according to Kutrybala. “Owners do have the option though to select carpet if they choose.”
The interior wood is a high-gloss African cherry and belowdecks it’s also African cherry, but in a matte finish. The master stateroom span’s the yacht’s full 16-foot-4-inch beam and has an en suite head. The forepeak VIP, also en suite, has a king-size berth. The third guest stateroom has side-by-side berths and shares the head with the VIP.
The Dyna 63’s galley has granite countertops, a full-size LG refrigerator, Miele cooktop, convection oven and Danby wine cooler.
What’s the power package on the Dyna 63 Flybridge? Twin Volvo Penta IPS950s. A Seakeeper 9 stabilizer is optional.
For more information, visit: dynayachts.com
- Length Overall: 63′10″
- Beam: 16′ 4″
- Draft: 5′ 2″
- Fuel Capacity: 800 gal.
- Freshwater Capacity: 180 gal.