Monaco-based Dynamiq has unveiled the Dynamiq GTM 90, developed in partnership with the German car-tuning company Klassen. The idea is to have a yacht that can be open by day and closed off by night, or in case of bad weather.
“We looked at the markets with more extreme climates where, together with cruising excitement, the yacht should be a safe shelter for guests when needed,” Dynamiq founder Sergei Dobroserdov stated in a press release. “Places like the Arabian peninsula, Asian destinations and Northern Europe. This is where the yacht needs to be open and full of sea breeze during the daytime, but almost closed when evening comes and the temperature rapidly drops.”
Aboard the Dynamiq GTM 90, the beach club, dining area and open galley with bar can be open or closed thanks to sliding doors and folding bulwarks. The lines of supercars inspired the exterior design and some interior features, including upholstery, wood paneling, LED courtesy lights and the looks of the wheelhouse.
Van Oossanen Naval Architects in the Netherlands helped develop the hull lines, which, according to Dynamiq, help the yacht to achieve more than 30 knots with triple Volvo Penta IPS1350s. Range, according to the builder, is 800 nautical miles at 17 knots.
How many staterooms are on board? Four, all on the lower deck, including the master stateroom. It has a circular bed from the Bentley Home collection and a head finished in onyx with a hammam.
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