Dynamiq launches new 41m flagship
After just over two years of engineering and construction, the 41m Dynamiq GTT135 has been launched from the company’s shipyard in Massa, Tuscany.
Stefania is the evolution of Dynamiq’s Gran Turismo Transatlantic concept.
“We are very proud of this achievement, especially in these challenging Covid-19 times” says founder and CEO Sergei Dobroserdov.
He classes the new yacht as beautiful, impressive and fresh and says: “Just as importantly, 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.
“We are now completing the sea trials where our team and surveyors witnessed how her technical innovations took performance and comfort to the next level.”
Dynamiq says Stefania’s efficient hull has a round-bilge shape which creates low resistance and low fuel consumption. She is equipped with twin MAN V12 1650 engines for a maximum speed of 20 knots with an ocean-going range of 3,000 miles at cruising speed. This, says the company, means owners have the opportunity to enjoy two cruising seasons during the year (Mediterranean and Caribbean) and she can enjoy remote destinations with no bunkering infrastructure, as the yacht also has a shallow draft of 1.8m.
Dynamiq says it joined forces with German VIP car outfitter Klassen to develop the optional ‘Wheelhouse by Klassen’, which comes with the same quality and style of Klassen VIP shuttle vans.
After sea trials and delivery, the yacht will be based in the port of Monaco and will be available for charters through Arcon Yachts, the build manager during construction.
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