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Dynamiq new GTT 165 superyacht unveiled

dynamiq GTT 165
dynamiq GTT 165
Dynamiq latest yacht project GTT 165

Dynamiq has recently unveiled details of its largest yacht to date, the new 50-metre fast-cruising motor yacht GTT 165.

Designed in collaboration with Dutch naval architecture firm Van Oossanen and Naiad Dynamics, the new GTT 165 features a lightweight and yet robust hull coming in a slender shape with long waterline length to promote speed, efficiency and stability at sea.

The yacht’s hull features a round-bilge shape for remarkably low resistance and low fuel consumption, while still being capable of high speeds. The design decreases vertical accelerations in the hull, which translates into a more comfortable motion when sailing. The bow shape with a vertical stem maximises the waterline length, enhancing performance. Built entirely from marine grade aluminium, the GTT 165 hull guarantees great comfort and safe operations.

Moreover, the Hull Vane, a patented fixed foil located below the stern of a ship, influences the stern wave pattern and creates hydrodynamic lift, which is partially oriented forward. This innovation leads to significant reduction of the hull’s resistance, which enables the installation of much smaller engines, fuel savings and longer range. The Hull Vane also improves stability under way and at anchor, while reducing both pitching and yawing motions.

Fitted with twin MTU V8 engines, the yacht will feature an oceanic range of 4000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 17 knots. Owners can also choose an optional hybrid propulsion. A GTS version with a more powerful power plant to deliver a 25-knot top speed has also been thought about.

Additional technology features are the next-generation laminated XIR glass windows by Isoclima, an Italian high-tech company supplying glass for the luxury automotive sector. Such technology allows for maximum light transmission, while keeping solar heat gain at bay. The interior offers wide panoramas without the heat build-up, with significantly reduced air-conditioning loads and lower running costs.

Inside, the GTT 165 will be able to accommodate up to 12 guests across a five and six-cabin layout. Some of the most remarkable features for guests include a glass-covered beach club, a spa area which can be converted into a gym and a 20-metre-long sundeck for hosting large groups of guests that features a special raised lounge area forward to enjoy uninterrupted views from.

Dinamiq, a Monaco-based yacht builder, builds its state-of-the-art yachts at its facilities in Viareggio, Italy. Construction is expected to start towards the end of the year for a possible summer 2021 delivery.

General and Technical Details
Length overall 50 m Beam 8,5 m Draft 2 m Material Full aluminium, 5083 Hull type Round-bilge, fast displacement Tonnage 450 GT Max speed GTT 165 20 knots Main engines 2x MTU 8V2000M94, 932 kW Max speed GTS 165 25 knots Main engines 2x MTU 16V2000M93, 1,790 kW Range 2,650 nm (Transat) @ 17 knots 4,000 nm @ 12 knots Fuel consumption 632 l/h @ max speed Propulsion 2x 1,450 mm 5 blades props Fuel capacity 50,000 l Fresh water 17,500 l Generators 2x 100 kW, Kohler Stabilisers 2x 3.5 m2 Stabilizer fins Naiad Hull Vane® + Assisted Hull Vane® Guests 10/12 in 5/6 cabins Crew 9 in 5 cabins Tender Castoldi Jet 21’ Class RINA commercial, LY3 compliant Notations RINA Comfort Class, RINA Green Star Naval architecture Van Oossanen NA Exterior design Dobroserdov Design Build time 28 months