Dynamiq’s GTT 135 Prepares for Launch

The all-aluminum Stefania is Dynamiq’s first GTT 135 build.

December 16, 2020
Dynamiq GTT 135
Stefania is an all-aluminum design with a fast displacement hull. Powered with twin 1,650-horsepower MAN diesels, the superyacht has a projected top-end speed of 20 knots. Courtesy Dynamiq

Dynamiq is preparing for the launch of its first GTT 135, Stefania, at the shipyard in Tuscany, Italy.

The yacht is expected to splash in January, followed by sea trials and a cruise to her homeport in Monaco, where she’ll be available for charter through Arcon Yachts.

Stefania is an all-aluminum design with a fast displacement hull by Van Oossanen in the Netherlands, and with exteriors by Dobroserdov Design in Monaco. For the exterior, the owner chose a color palette of metallic gold and dark brown.


“We are very proud of this achievement, especially in these tough Covid-19 times,” Dynamiq founder and CEO Sergei Dobroserdov stated in a press release. “She also performs at the top of her class with the latest technology on board, such as the Hull Vane aft foil and a unique torque compensation system by Rubber Design, to name just a few.”

According to Dynamiq, Stefania ‘s 1,650-horsepower MAN V-12 engines will provide a maximum speed of 20 knots. Range is projected at 3,500 nautical miles at cruising speed. Draft is just shy of 6 feet, making Stefania a yacht that should be able to cruise in shallow waters such as the Bahamas.

Onboard features include a hot tub forward, a master stateroom amidships on the lower deck, a beach club and ceiling heights of more than 7 feet throughout the interior.


Well, you don’t see that every day: Stefania has a working fireplace in her main salon.

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