The brand new Dynamiq 35m superyacht GTT 115 Hybrid, designed in collaboration with cult Studio F. A. Porsche, was one of the jewels in the crown at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show, the world’s most exclusive yachting exhibition. The GTT 115 draws on the latest technology with her round-bilge hull form, podded propulsion, Hull Vane and exclusively developed stabilisation system with 4 fins and interceptors.
Her bespoke hybrid system and energy-saving, variable-speed generators are tributes to Dynamiq’s strong belief in the sustainable future of yachting.
At just 35m overall, the yacht offers the versatile spaces and feeling of a much larger vessel. On top of all this, the GTT 115 is finished to the highest standards and looks super cool in her chic Rhodium Silver metallic paint.
As a modern gentlemen’s superyacht, the starting point for the interior design was the Pepita houndstooth fabric, which was used by the 911 series in the 70’s and runs throughout the yacht. This pattern has been offset with high-gloss Macassar ebony veneers, dark brown saddle leather, Alcantara, Persian carpets and rare Sahara Noir marble.
“The aim was to use sporty, masculine and elegant materials to best effect,” says Sergei Dobroserdov, CEO of Dynamiq.“We pride ourselves by always having function in mind, so while luxurious we also wanted to ensure that the interior was practical and user-friendly. What we love about this project is that it’s not a conventional-looking yacht, either inside or out.”
Studio F. A. Porsche created the exclusive exterior lines imbued with Porsche DNA, such as the signature Targa-style mullions and transom styling that recalls the futuristic Mission E concept study. The yacht is available in Carrara White, Rhodium Silver, Chalk or special Monte-Carlo Blue exterior livery from the Porsche range of colours.
The 95-sq/m (1,022-sq/ft) sundeck is bigger than those found on much larger yachts. Created to provide maximum functionality, it offers four versatile zones: an aft sunbathing area; an alfresco dining area with 75-inch home theatre screen; a bar and barbecue zone; and a forward pool with sunbathing area. Deck furniture is from the Minotti outdoor collection, while deck cushions are fabric upholstered with a classic Pepita houndstooth pattern similar to the latest Porsche 991 R edition.
The GTT115 has also a forward garage that that can store a 15-foot tender and jet-ski. Its forward position – unusual for a yacht of this size – provides not only great storage capacity, but also removes tender operations away from the guest areas in the stern.
A limited edition of just seven GTT 115 yachts will be manufactured, making the model a truly unique collector’s edition. Prices for the GTT 115 start from $14.5 million USD, with a short delivery time of 15 months from the date of order. The first GTT 115 Hybrid is listed for sale at $16.7 million USD, including $1.6 million USD of options. The GTT 115 Hybrid superyacht can be configured only here.
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