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50-Meter Dynamiq New Build Sold by Pierre Badin [GTT 160]

September 12, 2022 4:22 pm

Denison Yachting is pleased to announce the sale of a new construction 50-meter Dynamiq GTT 160. The superyacht is a part of the Grand Turismo Transatlantic series. Pierre Badin represented the Buyer.

To be built from aluminum and carbon fiber, the GTT 160 will use Hull Vane technology, which will allow for a substantial reduction in engine size compared to steel yachts of the same size, resulting in a much more eco-friendly yacht. Her top speed will be over 16 knots with a range of 4,500+ nautical miles. Her six-stateroom layout will include a full-beam main deck master suite. She will also feature an impressive beach club with a pool, as well as a picturesque observation deck for breathtaking views of her surroundings.

Pierre Badin shared his experience on the process of finding the right yacht for his client: “It took me two years of intense research of the market and regular communication with my client before realizing that since the yacht of his dreams was not on the pre-owned market, we would be better off building it. It took another few months to study all the projects matching our requirements: the yacht would have to be 45 to 50 meters long with a very spacious master cabin, be very economical and capable of crossing the Atlantic by herself, and be built with very high-quality standards and to an unrestricted commercial classification. The amazingly modern and sexy design, along with the six-cabin layout and the large swimming pool on the aft deck were just a bonus.”

“It was a great experience dealing with Dynamiq,” Badin mentioned, “as they showed extreme flexibility in fulfilling all of the owner’s wishes…some changes were required to match the client’s family-centric lifestyle, but these were all incorporated fast and smoothly.”

The contract for the build was sold to a Northern European buyer and was asking €21,900,000 at the time of the sale.

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