Yacht builder Dynamiq has revealed a new range of superyachts, which will feature 12 vessels measuring between 27 and 50 metres.
The new Dynamiq arrivals will span three separate lines: Grand Turismo Transatlantic (GTT), Global series and GTM 90 sports yachts, all of which have been in development for three years.
The GTT yachts are described as “sleek and elegant: with open decks and aluminium hulls. Powered by V12 MAN engines, the yachts will reach a top speed of 20 knots.
In contrast, the steel hulled Global series is designed for “comfort and interior volume,” the builder said, with “modest” propulsion packages for “smooth, long range cruising”. When underway, the Global yachts are capable of cruising in “near silence” and will have a low fuel consumption.
Both the GTT and Global lines will be built on Fast Displacement hulls by Dutch naval architect Van Oossanen.
Little information has been revealed about the fast GTM 90 series, which is described by the builder as a “great example of superyacht philosophy” in a “compact package.” The yacht will be available in three different versions; Transformer, Sportfisher or Beach Club.
The interiors of the GTT 160 model will be penned by designer Claudio Pironi while hybrid propulsion packages will be available on every model.
Dynamiq is currently finalising work on the fourth secret range which will be presented during the Monaco Yacht Show this September.
Speaking on the new range, Dynamiq founder Sergei Dobroserdov said: “Dynamiq positions itself between large super and mega yacht builders and well-established production shipyards.
“When large yards are not building in this size anymore, we are filling the gap bringing the highest standards of finish quality and top technology to achieve extreme values in the performance of our yachts.