The Monaco-based builder Dynamiq has revealed its innovative 33-metre GLOBAL 330 model, the first one in a brand new series of explorer yachts. Designed with long-range travel in mind, the new series will be available in 30, 33 and 40-metre LOA, with the smallest model rated at 200 GT.



Dynamiq founder and CEO Sergei Dobroserdov explains:
Following up on client requests, we have been looking at the explorer market for quite a while and this year we decided to come into the game with something completely different for our more adventurous owners. Instead of slow, steel-hulled explorers with the typical commercial styling, we drew on our forward-thinking approach to create a fast and modern series of vessels. 



He adds:
We specifically designed the Global series to be below the 40m threshold to match a much broader type of client and their families. Moreover, thanks to their compact size they can truly explore, because only Dynamiq explorers are able to enter the small bays and inlets where bigger yachts can’t get near. Dynamiq is a rare shipyard that proposes high-end Dutch engineering with the highest quality construction in relatively small yachts at an affordable price.

The Dynamiq G330 is a fully aluminium vessel with a 8.5-metre beam and a draft of only 1.8m. Powered by twin MAN V8 1200 engines, she will boast a top speed of 16 knots and economical fuel consumption of 62 litres per hour at 10 knots. 



The yacht's generous gross tonnage of 270GT will provide roomy interiors with a light-filled main salon and five guest cabins, including a full-beam master suite with two fixed balconies on the main deck, which has not been seen on a yacht of this size. Furthermore, for the Global 330, Dynamiq begins cooperation with a renowned world brand, Bentley Home.

The yacht’s bold yet elegant interior is equipped with selected furniture, lamps and accessories from the legendary automotive marque's inspiring collections. Bentley Home stands for elegant and aerodynamic design, which makes every cruise aboard a Global explorer a classy gentlemen’s experience. The interior is styled by Miami-based Italian designer Giuseppina Arena.



The strikingly dramatic yet very functional exterior styling has been developed in-house by Dobroserdov Design, while the Fast Displacement Hull Form is by Dynamiq’s long-term technical partner Van Oossanen Naval Architects.

Other features of the G330 include main deck salon with full-height windows and a fireplace, an aft deck sauna and a garage with room for a full set of diving and fishing equipment, as well as a 30-square-metre inflatable pool. Every Global unit will come equipped as standard with a DJI Drone, 100m ROV (Remote Operated Vehicle) and Premium Celestron telescope.



Dynamiq’s Global range will be built at the brand’s dedicated shipyard in Massa, Tuscany, to the high standards of the EPIQ platform based on the principles of Efficiency, Performance, Innovation and Quality. The base price for the G330 starts at €12.700.000 with a delivery time of 24 months. 

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