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Golden Dynamiq GTT 135 superyacht Stefania on sea trials

18 February 2021 • Written by Miranda Blazeby

Dynamiq’s first golden-hulled GTT 135 superyacht Stefania has been captured undertaking sea trials following its launch earlier this month in Tuscany.

The yacht’s safety, navigation and propulsion systems are all being put through their paces under the instruction of yard captain John Scullard.

At a cruising speed of 15 knots, the yacht consumes 190 litres of fuel an hour, the yard said. The yacht has also hit its top speed of more than 20 knots and is on schedule for delivery to its owner in early March.

Following delivery, Stefania will be based in Monaco where the yacht will be offered for charter through Arcon Yachts.

Speaking about the launch, Dynamiq founder and chief executive Sergei Dobroserdov said: “We are very proud of this achievement, especially in these challenging COVID-19 times.

"We’re sure Stefania 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."

Stefania features a distinctive hull painted in metallic gold and dark brown and features exterior design penned by Dobroserdov Design and fast-displacement hull designed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.

Key features on board include a 120-square-metre sundeck divided into two areas with a Jacuzzi forward and two TV screens and bar with far-reaching ocean views aft.

Elsewhere, Stefania features an oversized pool on the main deck aft and open-air beach club with a second bar. Accommodation inside the interior is for a total of 10 guests in five lower deck cabins. A real fireplace is found in the saloon while 2.2 metre high ceilings are found throughout the interior.

Stefania’s propulsion package comprises twin MAN V12 1650 engines for a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles. The yacht’s 1.8 metre draft meanwhile allows access to shallow anchorages.

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