The 50-metre GTT 165 and Dynamiq flagship was first presented in 2018. Since then, the superyacht builder has refined the design to include two side structural balconies in the owner’s suite. In this space, the owner can also make use of an office, lounge and large ensuite bathroom.Photo: Dynamiq YachtsPhoto: Dynamiq YachtsPhoto: Dynamiq YachtsWith the new design now more “in line with Dynamiq’s signature lines and unique design language”, the GTT 165 remains with a six-cabin layout and the efficient hull type engineered by Van Oossanen Naval Architects, but with a slightly faster maximum speed of 19 knots or 23 knots with the S version.
In addition, a hybrid propulsion system is available at the owner's request and the vessel has a long-distance autonomous range of 4,000 nautical miles. Photo: Dynamiq YachtsThe interior styling of the GTT 165 includes a selection of furnishings and accessories from Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta. Designed in a relaxed Maldivian style, it utilises a calm palette with natural woods and stone.
In addition to flexible dining and entertainment spaces, the aft sundeck is dedicated to wellness, featuring 360-degree views from the gym as well as ample space for a tranquil yoga setup. The state-of-the-art spa centre is found on the lower deck with direct access to the water.Photo: Dynamiq YachtsPhoto: Dynamiq YachtsThe GTT 165 has a starting price of €24,750,000 and can be fully customised via the Dynamiq online yacht configurator.