$35 Million Dynamiq GTT 160 Superyacht Focuses on Modern Priorities

Dynamiq’s latest superyacht concept, the GTT 160, comes from the imaginative drawing boards of Dobroserdov Design, the Monaco-based team behind yachts like Quinta Essentia and the Flying Dragon. This new design is a 49.5-metre superyacht that took 24 months to build.

“In terms of naval architecture,” says Sergei Dobroserdov, Dynamiq founder and CEO, “we selected a slender hull with a long waterline that is much more efficient and comfortable than a short, wide one. So rather than maximising the interior volume, we analysed everything an owner wants or needs in terms of general arrangement and features. We then arrived at a concept that provides the motion comfort of a 55-metre yacht with a conventional flared bow.”

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Those comforts are spread throughout the ship’s layout, which includes a cinema lounge and bar with a sun deck. The deck also offers a Japanese Teppanyaki grill. The main deck can also be used as a beach club with 120 square metres that feature a hot tub large enough for 12 people and an enclosed spa area. There’s also a hammam—or Turkish bath—and a 40 square metre gymnasium. Just in front of the cabin there’s a touch-and-go helipad, while the forward garage has space for a 21-foot tender. With six cabins that can host 12 guests and room for a crew of eight, the GTT 160 comes with the option of interiors designed by Bentley Home. The galley includes a breakfast bar. The master stateroom is located on the main deck and boasts two side balconies.

The fast-displacement hull has an aft HullVane foil that decreases drag and improves fuel efficiency. The yacht is powered by MAN six-cylinder engines that can reach a top speed of 17 knots. Alternatively, clients can opt for the S version, which comes with MAN V12-1800 engines that can hit 23 knots, or an optional hybrid system that has a zero-emission electric mode for silent cruising at up to 8 knots.

“We asked ourselves, ‘What can we bring to market that makes more sense for our clients?’” says Dobroserdov. “The answer was to focus on modern owners’ priorities and leave the less important things aside. So we decided to design the GTT 160 with the accent on the key factors: well-being, efficiency and price.”

You can pick up the GTT 160 for 19,900,000 € or around AUD$35 million.

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