By offering clients a fully developed and designed turnkey package, the world of semi-custom yacht building and ownership has just been stepped up a notch. With their first D4 superyacht project, the 39-metre Jetsetter, Dynamiq gathered top industry players to jointly create and execute the perfect yacht for its target market. We stepped onboard this Gran Turismo model of the seas to experience the level of luxury first hand.
Luxury, comfort, functionality and autonomy; these key aspects were identified by Dynamiq from the very beginning of the project as focus points to perfect. Offering all of this in a transparent and no-fuss package was sure to be a challenge, but when achieved, would be the ultimate dealmaker. "Dynamiq’s goal is it to bring the highest quality standards and technology of 60-70 metre megayachts to the 30-40 metre segment,” explains Dynamiq’s founder and CEO, Sergei Dobroserdov.
Every possible superyacht-friendly cruising ground has been taken in account when designing this modern GT model. Her shallow draft of 1.75-metres will make cruising the Bahamas a breeze and crossing back over the Atlantic is no problem either with a range of 3,000 nm on hand. The fast displacement hull developed by Azure and Van Oossanen Naval Architects not only offer supreme comfort between islands, but can tackle short Riviera trips or cruises in Hong Kong Bay with an impressive top speed of 21 knots.
Exterior areas offer guests all the required necessities while keeping spaces open, flowing and easy to customise according to any number of uses. Outdoor workouts, hosting large groups of family and friends, or simply relaxing the summer away is all in a day’s work for Jetsetter.
Dynamiq broke ground with their interactive configurator where clients can customise virtually any element of their yacht, from technical equipment to interior fittings. Acclaimed design office Bannenberg & Rowell is behind the interior of Jetsetter. The studio brought their fun and eclectic touches for which they are known for, out to play in guest areas that resemble a high-life penthouse apartment rather than your conventional ‘yacht’ feel.
Top brands such as Hermès, Loro Piana and Trussardi have been seamlessly incorporated to enhance the premium feel of the yacht in an organic way without having these elements feel as optional extras.
All guest accommodation has been moved below to the lower deck, leaving the main deck open for entertaining, crew operations, and navigation. The master suite is placed aft on the accommodation deck, with twin cabins amidships separating the the double suites forward.
To ensure a smooth experience while underway and at anchor, electrically driven CMC stabilisers are fitted to keepJetsetterin shape no matter the conditions.
After making a splash at the recent Monaco Yacht Show, Jetsetter will be on display at the Miami International Boat in February 2017.Jetsetter is listed for sale with Burgess at €14,545,000 and available for immediate delivery.
Photos by Blueiprod and David Churchill
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