The fast and sporty, all-aluminium 27.5-metre yacht is designed not only to entertain, but also protect guests whatever the weather. The yacht can also carry a 5.5×5.5m inflatable FunAir pool with a protective net for guests nervous of swimming in open water.
One of the rare yacht models that was due to be presented at this year’s Geneva Motor Show before the event was cancelled due to coronavirus was the Dynamiq GTM 90 developed by the Italian high-end superyacht builder Dynamiq and the leading German VIP car outfitter KLASSEN.
Starting from this season, Dynamiq yacht owners are able to order the “Wheelhouse by Klassen” option, as well as a variety of vehicles (Mercedes V class van and SUVs, Bentley Bentayga and Mercedes GLS Maybach). These can be delivered in the same interior colours and trim as the motheryacht for transporting guests to and from the vessel. The Klassen options will be available for all Dynamiq superyacht models via its online yacht configurator at www.bedynamiq.com.
The GTM 90 “KLASSEN edition” starts from euro 7,500,000 and can be personally configured online.
The first edition of the GTM 90 is developed in collaboration with Klassen car tuner that supplies the world business and political elite (including +10 national presidents) with ultra-luxury vans and limousines. The yacht’s interior decor mirrors the design features of exclusive Klassen cars with different upholstery, rich wood paneling and elegant LED courtesy lights. Klassen is also responsible for the wheelhouse design and manufacturing as well as interior and exterior detailing, including leather supply, stitching and other special automotive design features.
The GTM 90 hull lines were developed with Dynamiq’s long-term partner Van Oossanen Naval Architects in the Netherlands, who created a hard chine hull that can achieve a top speed of 30kn+ with three relatively compact Volvo Penta IPS-1350 pods. The sleek, sporty yacht has a very respectable range of 800nm when cruising at 17 knots.
The exterior styling owes much to automotive design with a superstructure that recalls the lines of some supercars. There is a cosy sundeck with sunbed behind the radar mast accessed by an exterior staircase and a 3-seat sofa in the bow to enjoy the thrill of cruising at speed.
The interior features a forward salon and a bar/galley area overlooking the aft beach club, which can remain open on sunny days or be closed for a winter garden effect. Fold-down bulwarks and sliding glass doors help increase natural ventilation. A Bowers & Wilkins audio system delivers an incredible high-end sound experience throughout the yacht.
There are four guest cabins on the lower deck, including a spacious master stateroom with a distinctive circular bed from the Bentley Home collection. A tribute to the Middle Eastern market is the owner’s bath, finished in fine onyx and equipped with a custom hammam for two people. The sophisticated interior design is by Giuseppina Arena, another Dynamiq partner.
“Today a mainstream yacht up to 100 feet is a Med boat, but we looked at the markets with more extreme climates where together with cruising excitement the yacht should be a safe shelter for guests when needed,” explains brand founder Sergei Dobroserdov. “Places like the Arabian peninsula, Asian destinations and northern Europe. This is where the yacht needs to be open and full of sea breeze during the daytime, but almost closed when evening comes and the temperature rapidly drops. At the moment, the only way to have large open or closed areas is to lengthen your yacht. But by justifying the ‘IQ’ at the end of the Dynamiq brand name, we had the idea of combining these areas. So the aft beach club, dining area and open-style galley with bar can be transformed within seconds using sliding doors and foldable bulwarks.”