Ladies and Gentlemen, here comes the very stylish Dynamiq GTT 165 the latest and largest model in range of next-generation superyachts, Dynamiq is proving again that the days of dull yachts are over. The exterior design comes from the drawing boards from Sergei Dobroserdov who is also the founder and the CEO of Dynamiq Yachts. The yacht features the Hull Vane by hydrogen expert Van Oossanen.

It is equipped with two undersea plates: a Hull Vane stern and a forward T-foil developed in collaboration with Naiad Dynamics, a world leader in motion control systems. The aft Hull Vane foil dampens uncomfortable motions and decreasing drag while a smaller T-shaped foil that lifts the hull up as speed increases to further decrease resistance through the water.

Powered by twin V8 MTU engines, only Dynamiq can offer a 50m yacht capable of 20 knots that is also capable of crossing the Atlantic at 17 knots. For those who want even more speed for faster transfers, a GTS version is available powered by more powerful engines that can top 25 knots. At an economical speed of 12 knots, both models have a remarkable range of no less than 4,000nm.

Inside, the GTT 165 comes with a five and six-cabin layout that will accommodate 12 guests. Some of the features guests have to look forward too includes a glass-covered beach club that houses a spa area which can be converted into a gym area and a 20-metre-long sundeck for hosting large groups of guests that features a special raised lounge area forward to enjoy uninterrupted views.

Price and performance are the key factors here,” says Sergei Dobroserdov, founder and CEO of Dynamiq. “The GTT 165 is aimed at today’s active owners who spend most of their time on deck in the open air and want to experience different destinations, or cross the Atlantic quickly and enjoy endless summers in the Med and Caribbean on a more manageable and economical size of yacht.”