The owner commissioned the build with private and business use throughout east Asia in mind. The owner had a specific request for long range capabilities with the D105, to be equipped with three MTU 2600hp engines, capable of achieving 34 knots with a cruising speed of 30 knots. The naval architecture team at Dyna specifically designed the hull to be able to reach these speeds while still maintaining excellent stability. Emphasis was also placed on the maneuverability of the vessel at speed, with the hull responding well when navigating at high speed. The 105 line allows for minor design changes to be made to the hull to also offer optimal performance for fuel efficient long range cruising at 9-13 knots.
A master stateroom and VIP Cabin complement twin guests cabins, along with crew quarters capable of sleeping four. Interior features include a large saloon flowing to a spacious cockpit round out the living areas, with a large flybridge and open foredeck for exterior entertaining.
“The release of the D105 is a great day for our brand as it showcases our ability to create semi-customisable super and mega yachts, specifically meeting our client’s needs,” said Dyna Craft Managing Director Terry Yen.
Dyna also offers D85 and D95 models in their large yacht range, with the capability to produce larger custom builds for specific requirements.
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