In a year of athletes seeking Olympic gold, Italian superyacht builder Dynamiq is joining the race. But in this competition, Dynamiq has already taken gold with its gold-hulled GTT 135 Stefania. “We are very proud of this achievement, especially in these challenging COVID-19 times,” Dynamiq founder and chief executive Sergei Dobroserdov said. “We’re sure Stefania will be a source of exclusivity and pride for her owners, a family that didn’t follow the mainstream path and selected the Dynamiq GTT 135 because it’s the best vessel in her size range, together with her reverse bow, long waterline and master cabin located in the most comfortable place amidships on the lower deck.“
The distinctive hull of the Stefania is painted metallic gold and dark brown, granting a very unique look to the craft. But this isn’t the only distinctive quality of the yacht. With a cruising speed of 16 knots, the yacht only consumes 190 litres of fuel per hour. The power train behind this performance is a pair of MAN V12 1650 engines that are capable of a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles.
The Stefania also features a Jacuzzi forward with a bar that has two TV screens that can be viewed when you’re not taking in the ocean views aft. The 120 square meter sundeck comprises both areas, providing plenty of room for socializing. On the main aft deck there’s an oversized pool with an open air beach club that hosts a second bar. Inside, the Stefania can house up to 10 guests in five lower deck cabins. The saloon has a 2.2 metre high ceiling and features a real fireplace.
Dobroserdov continues his description of the Stefania, saying, “Stefania is the best boat in its size in many key parameters: first of all it has an exclusive design, acoustic comfort and economic efficiency. It is the main advantage of a yacht built at a family boutique shipyard compared to the counterparts of large mass-produced manufacturers.” There’s no denying that Dynamiq’s GTT 135 Stefania definitely earned her gold.