Dynamiq GTT165 Mega Yacht Built to Cross the Atlantic Quickly: Monaco-based shipbuilder Dynamiq believes it has the answer to turn heads in a market that is loaded with megayachts below the 500GT threshold, which keeps regulatory compliance simpler and simultaneously affording flexibility in LOA and accommodations. The company’s Dynamiq GTT165 promises swift, yet fuel-efficient travel for an approximate 50-meter yacht that includes crossing the Atlantic at 17 knots.
The Dynamiq GTT165 accommodates a part of 12 across five or six staterooms. In the five-stateroom layout, of the four cabins below decks is akin to a second master. In the six-stateroom layout, that area is split into two cabins. Crew quarters will accommodate nine. Luxury amenities include a glass-faced beach club with space for a spa or gym, while the sky lounge can serve as a cinema. The nearly 20-meter-long sundeck extends further forward than normal and puts sunning/lounging space forward of the wheelhouse.
Performance, however, is what sets the GTT165 apart. Van Oossanen Navel Architects created a fast-displacement hull for the aluminum vessel styled by Dobroserdov Design. The hull is slender with a longer waterline that is more efficient and comfortable in motion than a short, wide one. Two underwater foils boost efficiency and include the patented Hull Vane developed by Van Oossanen. Situated in a stationary position beneath the stern, it creates lift, reducing resistance. A T-Foil by Naiad Dynamics, sits forward. As an active foil, it moves and controls uncomfortable motion.
The Dynamiq mega yacht should realize a top speed of 20 knots, stemming from twin MTU 8V2000 M94 engines, which would also give the vessel its 17-knot transatlantic speed. A more robust twin 16V MTU package is available with the GTS version of this model that could possibly allow a 25-knot maximum speed. Regardless of speed, the GTT165 should enjoy a 4,000 nm range at 12 knots.
With a volume of 450 GT and a beam of 8.5 meters, the GTT165 also offer solar power as a option. Solar panels that feed a lithium-ion battery would accommodate an overnight hotel load at anchor. The energy could also provide zero-emission cruising at 5 to 6 knots for several hours.
Dynamiq plans to start construction on spec later this year. She is available for personalization, which can even occur via PC as the builder lets clients configure everything on its website. The Dynamiq GTT165 starts at about $30.1 million.
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