Dynamiq and Magma marble specialistsFebruary 9, 2018
Dynamiq aims to build the most efficient and versatile superyachts on the market. To realise this vision, we bring to the 30-50m sector the same high quality standards and contractors that work with the leading north European shipyards building 100m megayachts.
As our strategic marble supplier and outfitter, we chose Magma Srl based in Licata, Sicily. Supplying the finest quality stone on Jetsetter, for example, meant finding flawless Calacatta Oro and Bianco Cristallino marble to compliment the exotic natural woods chosen by the interior designers Bannenberg & Rowell. And in the case of the GTT 115, Magma was tasked with sourcing sufficient quantities of Sahara Noir marble from Morocco, a rare black stone with gorgeous white and gold veins that is notoriously difficult to work with.
Magma was founded in 1998 by brothers Mario and Angelo Bellomo, the third generation of a family of marble craftsmen. Over the years it has developed unrivalled experience and technical expertise as a boutique supplier to the superyacht industry, especially in northern Europe. The list of shipyards and designers that Magma works with sounds like a Who’s Who of the yachting industry: names such as Lurssen, Amels, Oceanco, Kusch Yachts, Sam Sorgiovanni, Terence Disdale, Andrew Winch, Pinto Design and Nuvolari & Lenard. The yachts to emerge from these collaborations rank among the largest in the world and include Azzam, Topaz, Kismet, Al Mirqab, Anastasia, Alfa Nero and Jubilee. “The superyacht industry has changed dramatically since we first started out some 20 years ago,” explains Mario Bellomo. “As the size of the yachts has increased, so too have the expectations of owners. On a 120m megayacht currently in build in Germany, for instance, there are around 40 different types on marble on board.”
“Dynamiq insisted on only the best quality stone and finishing,” concludes Mario. “To achieve that, you have to be able to combine the latest CNC machinery with highly skilled craftsmanship. We’re proud that we managed to achieve such a perfect result making these innovative yachts also very exclusive."
Get fit with Dynamiq and World Class!October 19, 2018
Dynamiq has collaborated with World Class Monaco, a leading health and fitness club chain that now has a branch in the Principality, to create special onboard fitness programs to make the superyacht experience for our owners even more rewarding. Numerous programs have been developed without the need of any specialist equipment – just the spacious open decks that characterise all the Dynamiq range. Each Dynamiq yacht is flexible enough to be quickly and easily prepared for an invigorating Pilates, Body Pump, Martial Arts or Anti-Gravity Yoga session with experienced World Class personal trainers.
“We’re excited to be collaborating with Dynamiq Yachts,” says Dmitry Grishin, Manager of World Class Monaco. "They provide the perfect floating location with spectacular sea views for any kind of sport and wellness activity.”
New Dynamiq GTT 135 sold!October 3, 2018
Monaco, October 3, 2018. Following the successful deliveries of multiple award-winning ‘Jetsetter’ in 2017 and the GTT 115 Hybrid by Studio Porsche in 2018, Dynamiq is proud to announce the sale of a new 41m Gran Turismo Transatlantic superyacht (GTT 135).
Characterised by the aggressive exterior styling that has come to characterise the brand, the all-new model will be built in aluminium, Sealium and carbon fibre based on a Fast Displacement Hull Form by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.
Designed with hydrodynamic excellence in mind, close attention has been paid to obtaining optimal weight distribution and a low centre of gravity. A Hull Vane will provide a 20% reduction in vertical accelerations (pitching) and reduce resistance by as much as 30%.
Together with a super-efficient Voith Linear Jet propulsion package, these technical features will enable the GTT 135 to comfortable cruise at a top speed of 20+ knots in displacement mode and have a Transat range of more than 3,000 nm at 12 knots.
Like all the models in the Dynamiq range, the GTT 135 comes with a huge sundeck of 120 sqm and features both a pool on the main deck aft and a Jacuzzi on the sundeck. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five spacious cabins, including a full-beam owner’s stateroom on the lower deck for exceptional motion comfort.
“We are extremely happy to welcome another savvy client to the Dynamiq family who shares our passion for innovation, efficiency and contemporary design,” says Dynamiq CEO and Exterior Designer, Sergei Dobroserdov. “This time we decided to appoint Van Oossanen in the Netherlands as our full-service naval architecture and engineering contractor, ensuring the yacht is designed to the highest northern European standards. Our interior partner, which we will officially announce later this year, is a world-famous luxury automotive brand.”
The experienced European buyer, introduced to Dynamiq by Konstantin Kolpakov from Arcon Yachts, will take delivery of his GTT 135 in the summer of 2020.
Dynamiq and Fendi Casa at Montenapoleone Yacht ClubJune 15, 2018
For a few days each year during Montenapoleone Yacht Club, landlocked Milan becomes a virtual superyacht marina. Via Montenapolene is the equivalent of 5th Avenue in New York, Bond Street in London, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, or the Champs Elysses in Paris. It is the most exclusive street in the Quadrilatero della moda, the city’s fashion district, where all the leading designer brands have their high-end boutiques.
Aimed at highlighting the connection between the luxury sectors of fashion, jewellery, design and the world of superyachts, for the 2018 edition of the prestigious event from 14-20 May, Dynamiq partnered with Fendi Casa and Luxury Living Group by organising an exclusive cocktail party at Fendi Casa’s flagship store in Via Montenapoleone on 16 May.
A bizarre springtime downpour did nothing to dampen the atmosphere among the high-profile guests as our shipyard director, Marco Ramundo, presented the Dynamiq GTT 115, 130 and 165 models. Guests could also admire the detailed scale models of cutting-edge M/Y Jetsetter and GTT 115 1-of-7 designed by Studio F.A. Porsche – both award-winning examples of Dynamiq’s Gran Turismo Transatlantic series.
Dynamiq–Synergy racing team sails in Palma Vela to the maxMay 23, 2018
Dynamiq’s love for the sea and top-notch technology does not end with designing and building motoryachts. For years we’ve been passionate about high-tech sailing yachts, which is why we’re proud partners of the Dynamiq–Synergy racing team in the super-charged Melges 40 class. The composite Melges 40 is designed by Botin Partners with a unique canting keel for electrifying performance both upwind and downwind. Led by Michele Ivaldi, one of the best tacticians in the world, the Dynamiq–Synergy boat is sailed by a crack nine-man crew from Italy, New Zealand, Slovenia and Russia. In May 2018, they won 2nd place at Palma Vela, the most prestigious spring regatta in the Mediterranean. Just like Dynamiq, the Melges 40 racing experience is about lifestyle – and living it to the max!
Dynamiq Yachts & ArtMontecarloMay 4, 2018
As a proud Monegasque brand, Dynamiq Yachts was honoured to be part of ArtMontecarlo 2018 and lend the event a unique twist by organizing a modern art exhibition aboard M/Y Jetsetter. The floating HYPERSEA exhibition, curated by Juliette Desorgues, featured contemporary works by talented artists such as Nils Alix-Tabeling, Marian Tubbs, Mimosa Echard, Rebecca Jagoe, Dorota Gaweda and Eglė Kulbokaitė. Jetsetterprovided the very special backdrop to an exclusive event for the attending VIP collectors, who could peruse the works of art distributed around the yacht from stem to stern, sun deck to lower deck, while enjoying a cocktail in luxurious surroundings.
We were also privileged to welcome on board an official delegation led by Karol P. B. Vail Director of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice and foundation director for Italy. The Guggenheim Foundation continues to forge international collaborations that celebrate contemporary art, architecture and design, both within and beyond the walls of their museums.
Aiming to establish a quality artistic platform and contribute to the cultural development of the region, the third edition of ArtMontecarlo hosted nearly 40 rigorously selected international galleries at the Grimaldi Forum, together with a dozen exhibitions taken from major institutional and private collections.