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."
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.
DYNAMIQ AT THE SINGAPORE YACHT SHOW 2018April 15, 2018
ynamiq Yachts, headed by founder and CEO Sergei Dobroserdov, has partnered with Arcon Yachts Asia and attended the 2018 Singapore Yacht Show (12-15 April) to showcase the innovative and expanded Dynamiq range, which now has a 165-foot flagship superyacht. “Our strategic partnership with Arcon Yachts Asia adds to our US and European partnerships, giving Dynamiq excellent exposure to very large, culturally diverse and wealthy populations,” commented Sergei Dobroserdov. “We are looking forward to showing cutting-edge design and many exciting innovations developed by Dynamiq to the maturing markets that are emerging in Asia.”
A big day for DynamiqFebruary 5, 2018
Having been nominated for 5 Boat International Design & Innovation Awards, Dynamiq is delighted to announce that our GTT 115 Hybrid, designed in partnership with Studio F.A. Porsche, won the award for Best Naval Architecture Semi-Displacement or Planing Motor Yachts at the prize-giving ceremony in Kitzbühel, Austria, on Sunday 28 January. “Technological innovation, efficient performance, cruising comfort and stylish design have been part and parcel of the Dynamiq philosophy from the very beginning,” says Dynamiq CEO and founder Sergei Dobroserdov. “The GTT 115 is a natural evolution of a mission that started with Jetsetter, and this accolade is a concrete sign that we’re on the right track! I would especially like to thank Vripack in The Netherlands, who were responsible for the innovative naval architecture.”
Dynamiq x Fattoria di Montemaggio - In Vino VeritasDecember 18, 2017
Christmas is a cosy time of the year that we usually spend with our family and the people we love. It is also a time of good food and wine, so to make the festive season even more special, Dynamiq has partnered up with an award-winning Tuscan winemaker based close to its shipyard in Viareggio.
The Fattoria di Montemaggio estate comprises 70 hectares, including forest and vineyards, in the heart of Tuscany’s Chianti Classico region, one of the breath-taking and most highly prized wine-producing areas in Italy. During the grape harvest, which is carried out entirely by hand, the fruit undergoes careful selection in the vineyard and again later in the winery. This hand-made approach to winemaking ensures that the finished product preserves the natural ‘terroir’ or distinctive qualities of the climate and soil where the vines are cultivated.
The process is not unlike the Italian craftsmanship and Dutch engineering that defines each and every Dynamiq superyacht. Quality, performance and innovative design are the cornerstones of the brand’s philosophy, resulting in the most aesthetically striking and technically advanced yachts in Dynamiq’s chosen size category of 27–50m.
“We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with Fattoria di Montemaggio to produce an assortment of limited-edition wines,” says Sergei Dobroserdov, CEO and founder of Dynamiq. “Fattoria di Montemaggio is a thoroughly modern winemaker that lives up to its motto of being the finest in quality. This philosophy resonated with us at Dynamiq as we strive to be a pioneer in the yachting industry at the forefront of new concepts and technology. Nothing beats a glass of fine wine on the deck of a Dynamiq yacht in the company of family and friends at Christmas.”
Dynamiq has completely reinvented the yacht-buying experience with its Online Configurator that allows owners to choose every detail of their purchase – from paint colour and underwater lights to general arrangement and interior décor options – in real time and complete transparency. And now you can add a supply of bespoke Fattoria di Montemaggio wine to the exclusive list of options!
Dynamiq excites brokers with GTT 165 ConceptDecember 13, 2017
During a special event on 7th December at the Monaco Yacht Club, home to the Dynamiq head office, CEO Sergei Dobroserdov and naval architect Perry van Oossanen presented the new GTT 165 project to a rapt audience of leading yacht brokers.
The GTT 165 represents the latest – and largest – addition to the Dynamiq feet and introduces yet more technical innovation. The Fast Displacement XL hull form is a new development by Van Oossanen Naval Architects that instead of prioritising volume, aims to maximise waterline length within a given gross tonnage for optimal speed, range and comfort.
In addition and working in combination with the Hull Vane, the GTT 165 will feature a Naiad T-Foil. This ride control device under the forward section of the hull provides lift to further reduce drag. By pivoting the foil and adding active flaps, the device can reduce pitching by up to 50 per cent to enhance performance and comfort. The GTT 165 represents the first time the technology has been applied to a monohull superyacht of this size.
“We looked the market for 50m yachts under 500GT and firmly believe there are no all-aluminium competitors for the GTT 165 in terms of speed, consumption, comfort, price and running costs,” Dobroserdov told the brokers present. “That might sound pretty simple to achieve, but to make it happen we had to form a team with the brightest and most experienced naval architects and engineers.”