The GTM 90, which was supposed to be unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, measure 27.5m in length and dons a “fast and sporty”, all-aluminium exterior. Its remarkable Klassen finishing is complemented by hull lines developed by Dynamiq’s partner Van Oossanen Naval Architects (also of the Dynamiq GTT 160). The result is a striking exterior meant to “recall the lines of some supercars”.
Inside, the rich and sophisticated interiors were designed by Giuseppina Arena and feature touches found in Klassen cars such as wood panelling and LED lights. The vessel features a forward salon and bar/galley area overlooking the aft beach club, which can remain open in summer and be turned into a winter garden during chilly evenings. Furthermore, there are four guest cabins, including a spacious master stateroom with a circular bed from the Bentley Home collection, and an owner’s bath finished in fine onyx and equipped with custom hammam.
Under the hood, the yacht maintains three compact Volvo Penta IPS-1350 engines, and its hard chine hull helps achieve speeds up to 30 knots – and a range of 800nm when cruising at 17 knots. According to Dynamiq CEO Sergei Dobroserdov, the model is aimed at markets with more extreme climates such as the Arabian Peninsula, Asian destinations and northern Europe.
“Dynamiq and Klassen share the same values related to high-end materials, engineering, finishing and maximum comfort on board for their demanding clientele”, says Klassen founder Paul Klassen. “It’s all about flawless perfection and first-class comfort on land and sea.”
To see more of the yacht, its customisable aspects and extras, check out the GTM 90 configurator on the Dynamiq website.