The first hull built by the young Monegasque Dynamiq yard in September 2016 has been sold: the 39m Jetsetter has found its owner. The UK buyer was represented by Andrew Bond from Fraser.
Jetsetter is the first representative of the new class of yacht designed by the founder of Dynamiq , Sergey Dobroserdov. GTT (Gran Turismo Transatlantic) yachts combine transatlantic range, good speed characteristics and unmatched comfort. With a fast displacement hull with round-bilge contours designed by Van Oossanen and Azure naval architecture experts, Jetsetter can reach speeds of 21 knots and travel 3,000 miles at 10 knots without refueling.
Jetsetter's layout accommodates up to 8 guests in four cabins. She boasts solid heights of 2.2m and a 20m long sundeck with dining table, gym, cinema and Jacuzzi. The interior is designed by London-based studio Bannenberg & Rowell.
The yacht is fully RINA Comfort class and RINA Green Star Plus rated to guarantee minimum noise and rocking for the guests as well as minimum environmental impact. She is LY3 compliant and can be used for charter.
The asking price of the Dynamiq GTT 130 Jetsetter at the time of purchase was €10.9 million.