Dynamiq yachts have announced the sale of a GTT 135 model to an experienced European yachtsman. The new sale was facilitated by Konstantin Kolpakov of Arcon Yacht, who introduced the buyer.
The GTT 135 will feature transatlantic range and is characterised by an aggressive exterior styling. Materials used for the superyacht project, which will feature a fast displacement hull from Van Oossanen Naval Architects, include aluminium, sealium alloy and carbon fibre.Photo: Dynamiq YachtsFeaturing an exterior designed in-house, the GTT 135 has been developed to slice through the water with ease. It has an optimal weight distribution and a low centre of gravity, which, when combined with the shape of the hull vane, give the yacht a 20% reduction in pitch and 30% reduction in hull resistance.
Like the rest of Dynamiq’s range, the GTT 135 features a swimming pool, jacuzzi and a 120 square metre sundeck. Ten guests are able to stay overnight in five staterooms. The master suite has been designed to utilise the entire beam and is located on the lower deck.
The Voith Linear Jet propulsion onboard gives the GTT 135 the power to achieve 20-knots while in ‘displacement mode’. At a cruise speed of 12 knots, the GTT 135 has a 3000 nm range.
Photo: Dynamiq Yachts“We are extremely happy to welcome another savvy client to the Dynamiq family who shares our passion for innovation, efficiency and contemporary design,” says Dynamiq CEO and Exterior Designer, Sergei Dobroserdov. “This time we decided to appoint Van Oossanen in the Netherlands as our full-service naval architecture and engineering contractor, ensuring the yacht is designed to the highest northern European standards. Our interior partner, which we will officially announce later this year, is a world-famous luxury automotive brand.”
The GTT 135 that has been sold is expected to be delivered in summer 2020.