Monaco-based Dynamiq Yachts has added a new 49.5-metre GTT 160 yacht to its GTT series, with prices starting at €21,900,000. Key features of the yacht include a low drag hull designed by Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen; full aluminium construction with marine-grade 5083 aluminium and stronger 5383 Sealium; Hull Vane—a patented fixed foil under the stern of the yacht; curved stabilizer fins to reduce roll, unwanted yaw and sway motions caused by active fins; and a touch-and-go helipad.
The exterior styling of the GTT 160 is done by Dobroserdov Design and is similar to the other models in the GTT series. The yacht is powered by 2x MAN i6-730 (straight-six) engines producing 537 kW (730 metric hp) each. Max speed is 17 knots (31.5 km/h). However, buyers can go for the optional 2x MAN V12-1800 engines with 1,324 kW (1,800 metric hp) each, offering a max speed of 23 knots (42.6 km/h).
Range is claimed to be 2,700 nm (5,000 km) @ 14 knots and 4,000 nm (7,408 km) @ 10 knots.
The GTT 160’s interior is done by Milan-based Claudio Pironi. Buyers can go for either 5 or 6 cabin configurations with space for up to 12 guests. Four additional cabins can accommodate up to 8 crew members. Features inside include a real fireplace, Bowers & Wilkins audio system, two fixed balconies in the owner’s stateroom, a sauna, and space for gym equipment.