This is the D4 Jetsetter, a brand new superyacht by Dynamiq Yachts from their D4 model range. The company is relatively new in the industry, having been founded in 2011 in Monaco, but the team behind it comes with vast knowledge and experience in the superyacht scene, led by former superyacht lawyer Sergei Dobroserdov. The shipyard is located in Tuscany, Italy.
D4 is one of the 3 models in the current Dynamiq portfolio which also comprises of S4 and D4 L. The Jetsetter shown here was unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show 2016 back in September where it garnered significant attention from both clients and key industry professionals. Dynamiq has since labeled it the Grand Tourismo Transatlantic superyacht.
Jetsetter has an overall length of 38m with a three deck layout made up of the lower deck, main deck and sun deck. Azure Naval Architects were responsible for its outstanding naval architecture, they teamed up with Dobroserdov Design who did the exterior design while the interior design was taken care by Bannenberg & Rowell. The superstructure is finished in Crystal Silver Metallic.
Guests are accommodated on the lower deck leaving enough space for entertainment on the main deck. The yacht can host a total of 10 guests and a crew of 6. An array of options worth € 645,500 is available on the D4 Jetsetter, these options include a Deck gym by Technogym, two jetskis and a jet ski area on the main deck, a Castoldi JT16 tender, a sundeck cinema and Bowers and Wilkins high-end acoustics.
The full aluminum yacht is powered by two MAN V12 engines rated at 1324 kW @ 2300rpm and two 4000 Fortjes POD drives. Combined with a set of generators, Jetsetter has a maximum speed of 21 knots, a cruising speed of 19 knots and a range of 3,000 nautical miles while cruising at 10 knots.
Jetsetter is currently for sale at € 14,545,500 excluding taxes and charges.