This Is The Porsche Superyacht Every Millionaire Has Been Waiting For

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Porsche has followed other supercar makers like Mercedes-AMG and Aston Martin into the world of yachts. Porsche's first venture onto the high seas is the GTT 115 Hybrid which has been developed with Monaco-based boat builders Dynamiq. 

Porsche Design's Dynamiq GTT 115 Superyacht Revealed

The Dynamiq GTT 115 Hybrid is currently being constructed at the shipyard in the city of Viareggio in the Northern Tuscany region of Italy ahead of its grand reveal at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.

Porsche Design's Dynamiq GTT 115 Superyacht Revealed

Both the exterior and interior design has been done by Studio F.A. Porsche and the GTT 115 Hybrid shows off quite a few design cues usually found on Porsche's road cars. The biggest of these design cues is on the outside with the rear end mimicking the rear hatch of a 911 complete with the signature tail light (seen at the back of the top deck).

Porsche Design's Dynamiq GTT 115 Superyacht Revealed

Inside, the deck cushions of the Dynamiq GTT 115 Hybrid features the same houndstooth design found on the 911R. Also the windows on the above deck and in the lower cabins are two metres tall which unlike those in sports cars should provide excellent visibility to those inside as they look over the vast expanses of the sea.

Porsche Design's Dynamiq GTT 115 Superyacht Revealed

The Dynamiq GTT 115 Hybrid is powered by twin 1626bhp MAN diesel engines which are paired with a hybrid power system boasting of twin 45kW Fischer Panda variable-speed generators. The Dynamic GTT 115 Hybrid is capable of hitting a top speed of 21 knots (38.89km/h) and has a range of 6,296 kilometres.

Porsche Design's Dynamiq GTT 115 Superyacht Revealed

The Dynamiq GTT 115 Hybrid is priced at €11.9 million (Rs 86.10 crore) and is limited to just 7 units. Considering the limited numbers and the Porsche name, the price is a bargain for anyone who has that cash lying around as spare change and can has anothjer boat to occupy themselves in the 15 months it will take to build their new superyacht.

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Story first published: Thursday, May 18, 2017, 21:10 [IST]
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