Stefania is the evolution of Dynamiq’s Gran Turismo Transatlantic (GTT) concept and epitomises what we have come to expect of a high-quality superyacht delivered by a boutique shipyard. This exquisite yacht boasts an exclusive profile, advanced technologies and fine attention to detail in her design and construction.
“We are very proud of this achievement, especially in these challenging COVID-19 times,” says Dynamiq founder and CEO Sergei Dobroserdov. “This beautiful 41-metre superyacht looks impressive and fresh and expresses the innovative and chic soul of Dynamiq yachts. Just as importantly, she also performs at the top of her class with the latest technology on board such as the Hull Vane aft foil and a unique torque compensation system by Rubber Design.
“We’re sure she’ll be a source of exclusivity and pride for her owners, a family that didn’t follow the mainstream path and selected the Dynamiq GTT 135 because it’s the best vessel in her size range, together with her reverse bow, long waterline and master cabin located in the most comfortable place amidships on the lower deck. We are now completing the sea trials where our team and surveyors witnessed how her technical innovations took performance and comfort to the next level.”
Renowned Dutch firm Van Oossanen Naval Architects took full care of the engineering powering the yacht, while Monaco-based studio Dobroserdov Design penned the striking exterior design. Stefania’s sophisticated interiors have been crafted by Giuseppina Arena in Miami, applying an exclusive colour palette of metallic gold and dark brown to ensure Stefania is set apart from the armada of white yachts on the water.
Stefania’s efficient hull has a round-bilge shape creating a remarkably low resistance and low fuel consumption while still being capable of high speeds. She is equipped with twin MAN V12 1650 engines for a maximum speed of 20 knots with an ocean-going range of 3,000 miles at cruising speed, which means owners have the opportunity to enjoy two cruising seasons during the year. There is also a greater freedom when navigating to remote destinations with no bunkering infrastructure as the yacht also has a shallow draft of 1.8 metres for cruising the cays and shoal waters of the Caribbean.
The balanced ratio of interior and exterior is a reflection of her owner’s active lifestyle. An oversized pool on the main deck joins with the beach club leading to a bar to allow guests to enjoy the very best of en plein air lifestyle. The 120sqm sundeck offers further privacy, split into two different zones including a jacuzzi, large sunpads, two 75-inch TV screens and a bar unit. There is al fresco dining facilities for up to 10 guests, and a convertible lounge area in the aft where guests can soak up panoramic views in style.
Stefania features Art Deco interiors with luxurious accommodation for 10 guests in five spacious staterooms, including a full-beam master suite, all located on the lower deck in order to maximise motion comfort on board for owners and guests alike.
The main saloon features full height windows with sliding doors in the dining area and customized furniture from Fendi Casa. Among the other stand-out design features is the real fireplace, a centrepiece that adds a cosy touch when cruising early or later in the season when evenings can be a little chilly.
Dynamiq also joined forces with German VIP car outfitter Klassen to develop the optional “Wheelhouse by Klassen”, which comes with the same quality and style of Klassen VIP shuttle vans with sporty trim and high-end finishes.
Stefania is a safe, comfortable and environmentally friendly vessel that meets strict RINA Commercial Class, Comfort and Green Start Plus notations and the latest REG manning standards.
After sea trials and delivery, the yacht will voyage toher home port of Monaco and will be available for charter through Arcon Yachts, who served as build managers during the construction. For those excited by the launch of Dynamiq’s flagship, a second hull of GTT 135 is available for order with delivery in summer 2022.