Dynamiq has added the new GTT 135 Stefania to its GTT line of yachts, priced at EUR 16,500,000 (US$ 19,592,430 or INR 146 crore). The 41-metre yacht’s exterior is designed by Monaco-based Dobroserdov Design studio and the hull is designed by Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen.
Key features of Stefania include a fast displacement hull for low resistance and low fuel consumption; Hull Vane—a patented fixed foil under the stern of the yacht; curved stabilizer fins to reduce roll as well as unwanted yaw and sway motions caused by active fins; and full aluminium construction with marine-grade 5083 aluminium and stronger 5383 Sealium.
Features on board include an oversized sundeck of 120 m2—divided into two different zones—a jacuzzi area and a dining area with a bar and two 75-inch TV screens. The Art Deco-style interior is designed by Miami-based Giuseppina Arena, featuring Fendi furniture, bespoke carpets and soft gold and natural mother of pearl details. A real fireplace area and Bowers & Wilkins audio system are some of the other highlights. And as an option, the wheelhouse can be fancified by Klassen.
Stefania is powered by two MAN V12-1650 marine engines producing 1,213 kW (1,649 metric hp) each. Thanks to an efficient design, she is claimed to consume as little as 50 litres of fuel per hour, and at 10 knots, she’s claimed to offer a range of 5,000 nm (9,260 km or 5,754 mi). Her top speed is claimed to be 21 knots (39 km/h or 24 mph).