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Dynamiq motor yacht Jetsetter now for sale with Burgess

The newly delivered 38.6 metre motor yacht Jetsetter has changed central agencies and is now listed for sale by Burgess.

Built in aluminium by Dynamiq Yachts in Italy to a design by Sergei Dobroserdov, she was delivered in September 2016, in time to make her worldwide debut at the Monaco Yacht Show. In fact, not only has he designed the yacht, Dobroserdov is also the driving force behind the new Dynamiq range of fast motor yachts of which Jetsetter is hull number one. Naturally, she is RINA classed and LY3 compliant.

Jetsetter has an interior by Bannenberg & Rowell accommodating 10 guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, two doubles and a twin plus two Pullman berths, all with en suite bathroom facilities. Dynamiq yachts utilise a round-bilge, fast-displacement hull form that offers low resistance and high speeds, while also promising a transatlantic range. Jetsetter, for instance, will run at 21 knots maximum speed and has a 3,000 nautical mile range cruising at 10 knots powered by twin MAN 1,775hp diesel engines. Comfort at sea and in port is aided by zero speed stabilisers.

A special feature is her vast sun deck, offering guests a wet bar, Jacuzzi hot tub, a seating area for al fresco dining and a gymnasium.

The vertical bow of this yacht for sale creates a modern exterior profile and also adds to performance, increasing the waterline length, while an integrated spray rail keeps the decks dry. The shallow draft of 1.7 metres is designed to allow access to shallow bays and anchorages.

Lying in Italy, Jetsetter is asking €14,545,000.

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