Centrostiledesign has just announced its first partnership with Dynamiq, the Monte Carlo-based yacht builder that has built a solid reputation in the yachting world through its strong and original design philosophy. With quality and world-class craftsmanship top priorities for this ambitious shipyard, it’s no surprise that they’ve also brought on board collaborators like Trussardi Casa, Hermès, Loro Piana, Baccarat and Acqua di Parma.
Dynamiq selected the Italian company Centrostiledesign to collaborate alongside leading designers F.A. Porsche on their Dynamiq GTT 115 Hybrid project. This sleek 115 foot/35 metre aluminium motoryacht features naval architecture courtesy of the yacht design studio Vripack which is based in the Netherlands.
Amongst Centrostiledesign’s thoughtful contributions to the project are the carbon flag mast and the sophisticated carbon trim accents on the interior doorways, stern cockpit and in the bedrooms. According to Sergei Dobroserdov, Dynamiq CEO, “The sporty, masculine and elegant materials used for the interiors have been fundamental in achieving the excellence that the 115’ represents”.
Centrostiledesign president Davide Cipriani commented: “We’re very proud to partner with Dynamiq alongside Porsche and hope this is the first joint project in a future characterised by deep synergy with world class names”.
Other elegant touches in the interiors include the use of Macassar ebony veneers, comforting dark brown leathers, luxurious Persian rugs and fine black Sahara Noir marble to create a graceful yet relaxed vibe throughout the yacht.
As well as her fine looks, the GTT makes good use of the latest tech to offer guests and her owners a very comfortable cruising experience as well as efficient fuel consumption and a range of more than 3400 nautical miles. Thanks to her hybrid propulsion system with three generations, she’s also a great choice for owners who want to minimise their environmental impact while at sea.
With a total length of 115 foot/35 meters, there is room on board for three generous guest cabins which can sleep six. The prime spot for hanging out, though, is her huge sundeck which has a total surface area of 312 feet/95 metres.