Dynamiq Shipyard, located in Tuscany, Italy, has completed construction of the all-aluminum GTT 135 yacht, and it is set to be delivered to its owner in Monaco in early March 2023. The yacht boasts an oceanic range of 3,000 nautical miles and can be used for travel throughout the Mediterranean in the summer and the Caribbean in the winter. With exterior design by Dobroserdov Design, hydrodynamics by Van Oossanen Naval Architects, and interiors by Giuseppina Arena, the yacht has five cabins, two swimming pools, two bars, and a fireplace in the saloon. The yacht’s interiors are finished in a range of creamy beige colors, and its surfaces are accentuated with champagne metal details.
Dynamiq’s Approach to Yacht Design
Dynamiq has taken a classic approach to yacht design, creating boats with elongated waterlines and a low superstructure to ensure good hydrodynamics. This has resulted in well-balanced mass distribution, which allows the yacht to be fast and comfortable, even in adverse weather conditions. The GTT 135’s maximum speed is over 20 knots, and it can cruise at 12 knots while crossing the ocean without stopping.
Fuel Efficiency and Secret Technologies
The GTT 135 is designed to optimize energy consumption. Its Fast Displacement hull, aluminum construction, and calibrated SIP screws allow it to consume only 190 liters of fuel at 15 knots, despite its displacement of over 200 tons. In addition, the yacht uses a Hull Vane aft hydrofoil to improve driving performance, reduce pitching, and increase comfort on board. The yacht’s propulsion is improved by almost 30% using the Hull Vane, while air conditioning systems, XIR thermal protection glazing, and motion sensors that raise the temperature when there is no one in the cabins allow the yacht to reduce the power of generators by 41%.
Dynamiq’s yachts are designed with common sense and experience, ensuring good ergonomics. The GTT 135 is no exception, as its interiors are filled with light and air thanks to panoramic windows and light-colored finishes. The yacht is also designed for quiet operation, with rubber designs that keep the noise level in the saloon to a maximum of 55 dBA.
The GTT 135 is a luxurious yacht designed for those who enjoy both comfort and efficiency. With its classic design and focus on good hydrodynamics, it is a unique yacht that stands out in its class. Its fuel efficiency, secret technologies, and good ergonomics make it a great choice for those who want to travel in style and comfort while also minimizing their impact on the environment.