On display at the Monaco Yacht Show last week, the Porsche GTT 115 Hybrid took center stage. Designed in collaboration between Dynamiq Yachts and Studio FA Porsche, this magnificent 35m vessel is breathtaking. Baroque Access has all the details
Sleek and futuristic in design, the new Porsche GTT 115 stood out from the crowd at the Monaco Yacht Show at the end of September 2017. Created in Viaraggio, Italy by Monaco-based yacht builder Dynamiq and Studio FA Porsche, the vessel is not only beautiful, it also performs very well. It can sail over a maximum of 21 knots with a cruising range of 3,400 nautical miles.
Porsche’s first-ever super yacht’s design is elegant and minimalistic, while a little peculiar. In fact, according to Porsche, “its fluid lines, side contours and balanced proportions recall the drop-shaped, overstretched surfaces of the Porsche 911”.
The yacht boasts a spa pool on the rear deck, al fresco dining area and up to four cabins, and is estimated to cost in the region of £12.3million (that’s US$16.5million – although some believe it is valued at even more). The Italian-designed interior boasts a spacious ‘saloon’ with seven-foot-high ceilings and entertainment area that offers panoramic views of the sea through floor-to-ceiling glass windows as well as wooden floors, marble countertops and leather furniture finishes with carbon fiber details. The yacht accommodates a maximum of 12 people — six passengers and six crew members.
In addition to the magnificent vessel that made its debut at the Monaco Yacht Show, Dynamiq is only creating this stunning vessel in a limited edition of seven all-aluminium crafts. As it is a hybrid, designs will include those taken from Porsche’s upcoming Mission E electric vehicle. According to Dynamiq CEO Sergei Dobroserdov, “The launch is the culmination of a long process of design and development to introduce a new kind of super yacht to the market. The modern gentlemen’s super yacht, the GTT 115, draws on the latest technology to combine comfortable high-speed with efficient fuel consumption”.
This superyacht was undoubtedly the most advanced of its kind at the Monaco Yacht Show, “with her round round-bilge hull form, podded propulsion, Hull Vane and exclusively developed stabilisation system with 4 fins and interceptors,” he said. He stated that the decision to make only seven of these super yachts was “to make the GTT 115 a true collector’s item”.
The yacht’s bespoke hybrid system features three generators of variable speeds, making it as eco friendly as possible for a massive super yacht. It runs on two MAN diesel engines with a combined horsepower of 12,594, and can also operate as a hybrid using its two 20.8 kW electric motors.
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