Dynamiq announced the sale of a new 50-meter superyacht. Called the GTT 160, she is a member of the Gran Turismo Transatlantic series.
The GTT 160 is characterized by avant-garde exterior styling and will be fully built in aluminum and carbon fiber. Her fast displacement round bilge hull is designed to obtain optimal efficiency and comfort. The superyacht’s lightweight construction, with further use of Hull Vane technology, makes it possible to lower the engine size by 40% in comparison with similar-sized steel models. These technical features will enable the GTT 160 to reach a top speed of 16+ knots and have an ocean-crossing range of more than 4,500 nm, all while being much eco-friendlier and more sustainable.
The new vessel features six spacious guest cabins, including a full-beam owner’s stateroom on the main deck, and is designed in relaxed Maldivian style. There is a huge beach club on the main deck aft, complete with a 12-person pool and folding terraces, as well as an observation deck.
The yacht will be built to the strictest BV commercial requirements, including the prestigious Comfort class notation.
We are extremely happy to welcome another savvy client to the Dynamiq family who shares our passion for innovation, efficiency and contemporary design. This time we decided to appoint long-term partner Vripack in the Netherlands as our naval architecture contractor with the Dutch Studio Delta to execute complex aluminum structural calculations, ensuring the yacht is designed to the highest northern European standards. – Sergei Dobroserdov, Dynamiq CEO and Exterior Designer
The North European buyer was introduced to Dynamiq by Pierre Badin from Denison Yachting’s Monaco office. The new production has been fully moved to the Antalya Free Zone in Turkey where international subcontractors from Germany, Austria and Italy are joined by the best local craftsmen. This modern and high-tech facility is well fitted out for building the full range of Dynamiq superyachts up to 60 meters in length with various powertrain options including hybrid technology and delivers world-class vessels due to a carefully managed working environment and strict quality control.
The 50m GTT 160 will be delivered in the summer of 2025 and will join the charter market.
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