Dynamiq GTT 135 Yacht – Boat Review

Dynamiq GTT 135 Yacht - Boat Review

Characterised by aggressive yet sophisticated exterior lines that have come to define the Dynamiq brand, the first hull of all-aluminium 41m GTT 135 yacht due to launch later this summer is based on a Fast Displacement Hull Form by Van Oossanen Naval Architects for high-speed comfort combined with remarkably low resistance and fuel consumption.

7 Yacht Features That Make the Dynamiq GTT 135 Superyacht Stand Out

Comfortable Cruising at Top Speed

Thanks to her optimal weight distribution, a low centre of gravity, a Hull Vane providing a reduction in resistance by as much as 30% (and 20% less pitching) and a super-efficient Voith Linear Jet propulsion package, the Dynamiq GTT 135 is able to comfortably cruise at a top speed of 20+ knots in displacement mode and has a range of 3,000+ nm at 12 knots.

Vector Fin stabilisers dramatically reduce roll as well as undesired yaw and sway motions. Their vertical concave shape, both in cruising and at-anchor modes, work more up-down instead of side-to-side. This provides more efficient stabilisation in relation to fin size, which means less drag and power consumption than other fins offering comparable roll reduction.

Dynamiq GTT 135 Yacht - Boat Review

High Efficiency

Moreover, the yacht is fitted with Dutch-built SIP Marine propellers, characterised by very low noise and vibration levels. SIP Marine uses CFD analysis to take into account all the appendages in contact with the water. This data is used to make highly efficient propellers that eliminate cavitation and reduce sound levels to a minimum. Combined with a Torque Compensation System, structure-borne noise can be reduced by more than 25dB.

Sustainable and Eco-Friendly

Aware of the need for sustainability and that eco-friendly yachts are a requirement for today’s owners and their guests, the GTT 135 features next-generation laminated XIR glass by Isoclima, an Italian high-tech company that also supplies glass for Bentley, McLaren, Mercedes and BMW. Harmful UV rays are almost completely blocked, and heat transmission reduced by 60%, providing an interior with panoramic windows without the penalty of heat build-up. This means significantly reduced air-conditioning loads and therefore lower running costs and emissions.

Cruising in Luxury

Like all the yacht models in the Dynamiq range, the GTT 135 comes with a huge sundeck of 120 sqm that has been carefully designed with four versatile zones: an aft sunbathing area; an alfresco dining area; a bar and barbecue zone; and a forward pool with sunbathing area. There is a second pool on the main deck aft. After swimming or lounging in the sunshine, guests can head inside to cool off, rest and relax.

Interior Dynamiq GTT 135 Yacht - Boat Review

The main deck comprises a spacious salon and dining room, a Miele-equipped galley and the wheelhouse. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five comfortable ensuite cabins, including a full-beam owner’s stateroom, on the lower deck for optimal motion comfort.

Interior Dynamiq GTT 135 Yacht - Boat Review

Unusual for a yacht of this size, the GTT 135 has a forward garage, providing great storage for tenders and toys far away from the guest areas. Unlike a transom garage, it also means the 5.3-metre tender and two Jet Skis can be deployed at any time, even when docked in port.

Built for Next Generation Yacht Lovers

Dynamiq is a superyacht builder meeting the needs of intelligent buyers for next-generation yachts that are efficient, chic, easy to order and effortless to customise thanks to the brand’s unique online configurator that allows models to be quickly and transparently personalised down to the last detail.

Comfort and Safety

The first GTT 135 is being built at Dynamiq’s dedicated shipyard in Massa, Tuscany, to comply with the strictest standards for comfort and safety using the same quality benchmarks and qualified contractors who work with the leading north European shipyards building the largest mega yachts.

Family Friendly

With her compact dimensions and shallow draft of just 1.8m, this fast cruiser is the ideal family superyacht for the Mediterranean, Caribbean or Asian Pacific and her Transat range means she can voyage between the Caribbean and the Med on her own bottom to make the most of two cruising seasons in the same year.

Prices for the second hull Dynamiq GTT 135 start at euro 14,500,000 and the build time is 16 months.

The second hull in this new-generation of fast but highly efficient family cruisers is available at a special base price and shortened delivery time, complete with optional Bentley Home furniture and accessories.

Dynamiq GTT 135 Yacht - Boat Review

Boat Specifications

  • LOA 41 m / 135’
  • Beam 8.2 m / 26’11”
  • Draft 1.8 m / 5’9’’
  • Max speed 21 knots
  • Range 3000 nm @ 12 kn
  • Engines 2x MAN 1,213 kW
  • Gross tonnage 299 GT
  • Hull / Superstructure Aluminium 5083
  • Guests 10
  • Crew 6

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Dynamiq was founded in 2014 by experienced yacht broker and designer Sergei Dobroserdov. Sergei assembled a ‘dream team’ of world thinkers, engineers, and naval architects to turn the next-generation superyacht concept into reality. Dynamiq unveiled its first launch, 39-meter Jetsetter, at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show. The following project, the GTT 115, was developed in conjunction with the renowned design firm Studio F.A. Porsche and successfully unveiled at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show. The latest addition to the Dynamiq fleet is the Global 330, the first in a brand new series of long-range explorer yachts designed on the EPIQ platform of Efficiency, Performance, Innovation, and Quality.

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