At the 32nd Palm Beach International Boat Show, a Monaco superyacht builder Dynamiq showcased Jetsetter, its firstborn in the family of Gran Turismo Transatlantic (GTT) superyachts. The 39m stunner turned heads with its contemporary design and plumb bow. Created for owners who are not prepared to compromise on comfort and performance based solely on size, she features 120-sqm sundeck and 1,500-litre capacity Jacuzzi.
The reception was very positive, not only for her good looks but also because the yacht performs at the top of her class. A maximum speed in excess of 20 knots and a cruising range of 3,000 nautical miles is remarkable in this size category. Add the ample exterior spaces and modest draft of 5’9’’, and the yacht is the ideal choice for cruising the shallow waterways of Florida or the Bahamas. – Maurizio Magri, Dynamiq’s Commercial Director
Jetsetter is fitted with Contra Rotating Propeller (CRP) pods, which increase both propulsion efficiency and reduce noise and vibration for more comfortable cruising. This granted her a RINA Comfort Class award for her extremely low levels of noise and vibration, and RINA Green Plus certification for low environmental impact.
Westport in the US and other builders in Europe and Asia offer composite series models, but Dynamiq is the only all-aluminium, long-range proposal in its size and price range. This is especially appealing to the growing number of experienced owners who are looking to downsize in an effort to reduce the hassle of yacht ownership and increase the fun factor. – Maurizio Magri
To spread the word across to the US market and promote the Dynamiq brand, Palm Beach was just the first port of call in a maritime road show that will take Jetsetter to Miami, New York, Greenwich, and the Bahamas in time for the 35th America’s Cup in June. The yacht is listed for sale with Burgess at €14,545.000, and is available for immediate delivery.