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Monaco-based yacht builder Dynamiq has developed a special edition of its GTT 135 series, featuring an exclusive ‘Royal Gold’ metallic hull and superstructure, gold-plated cylinder heads on the engines and a gold-accessorised bathroom by Serdaneli.
The yard revealed its limited GTT 135 CARAT is aimed at the Middle Eastern market, with a striking gold theme present throughout the yacht. Accommodation is for up to 10 guests with six crew on the lower deck.
An extravagant indoor and outdoor dining area can be found on the main deck, complete with a modern fireplace, crystal chandeliers, Bentley home furniture and marble finishes. Further lounge and dining areas can be found on the spacious sun deck, designed to feature a bar, wine cooler and electric BBQ. A state-of-the-art Steinway Lyngdorf music system will also be integrated into the yacht’s interior.
Powered by two MAN V12-1650 engines, she is estimated to reach a top speed of 21 knots and a cruising speed of 19 knots.
GTT 135 CARAT has an estimated build time of 20 months and is available from €17,500,000.
The first hull in the GTT 135 series is also under construction in the Dynamiq shipyard in Massa, with a scheduled delivery date of summer 2020.
Source: Boat International
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