Monaco-based yacht builder Dynamiq has integrated classic Porsche design cues into its new GTT yacht range, starting with the 35-meter (115-foot) GTT 115 Hybrid. Which has been designed by Studio F.A. Porsche in Austria with hull lines and naval architecture by Vripack and van Oossanen. “Taking the spirit of high-performance sportscar styling to the high seas, the Dynamiq GTT 115 is designed to appeal to car lovers and forward-thinking yacht owners who appreciate the advantages of speed, style and our philosophy of intelligent performance,” said Roland Heiler, Managing Director at Porsche Design Group.

Under the water, a bespoke stabilization system with four electric fins and a unique set of interceptors has been fitted to quickly lift the bow clear of the water on the move and deliver a rock-solid feeling at speed. Dynamiq also says the boat’s shallow draft of just 1.45 m (4.75 ft) makes it perfect for cruising the Caribbean or Mediterranean.

GTT stands for Grand Turismo Transatlantic and the GTT 115 model comes with a range of 3,400 nm, and is powered by a pair of 1213 kW MAN engines and the latest Fortjes 5000 pods, giving it a max speed of 21 knots. Available in Porsche Carrara white, Rhodium Silver, Chalk or Monte-Carlo Blue, the superyacht boasts signature Porsche elements such as the Pepita houndstooth deck cushions borrowed from the 911 R, the Targa-style mullions and the design of the red transom echoing the Mission E concept’s single blade rear light. When you aren’t charging across the Atlantic at top speed, the GTT 115 has been designed to deliver a quiet, clean, luxurious experience.

Inside, the a focus has been placed on luxury. Not exactly surprising, given the price tag. There is accommodation for 6-8 guests in three or four luxury cabins along with provision of a crew of six. The cabins are finished in Saddle brown and Luxor beige leather, swathes of Sahara Noir marble and carbon fiber trim. Italian designer Minotti took care of the furniture and decor.

Just seven will be built, with the first with the first one debuting at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show. A GTT 100 and GTT 85 are under also being development and will be presented later this year.