Travel the World in This $20 Million Bentley-Furnished Explorer Yacht

Dynamiq’s first-ever long-distance expedition yacht will pamper while it expands your horizons.

By Howard Walker 10/06/2019

Monaco-based superyacht builder Dynamiq reckons that with its just-announced Global 330, it has come up with the perfect formula for a go-anywhere expedition yacht.

Take size. At 33 metres, it’s just the right length for shimmying into those hard-to-reach bays and inlets where superyachts fear to tread. With a draft of 1.75 metres, it won’t crunch the coral in the Caribbean either.

And with twin MAN V8 diesel engines, the aluminium-hulled Global can punch through the swell at 16 knots, but throttle back to 10 and it’ll sip fuel at the rate of just 60 litres an hour providing a range of more than 6437 kilometres.

“We’ve been looking at the explorer market for quite a while and decided to come into the game with something completely different for our adventurous clients,” says Dynamiq CEO Sergei Dobroserdov. “Instead of slow, steel-hulled explorers with the typical commercial styling, we drew on our forward-thinking approach to create a fast and modern series of vessels.”

Once again, Dynamiq teamed up with innovative Dutch naval architect Van Oossanen to create the Global 330’s wide-beamed, fast displacement hull featuring its patented Hull Vane foil. This underwater wing, mounted at the stern behind the props, dampens roll, reduces drag and improves fuel efficiency.


Dynamiq Global 330 Explorer Yacht sports an aluminum hull.
Photo: Courtesy of Dynamiq

The head-turning, decidedly un-explorer-yacht styling is the work of Dynamiq’s in-house studio Dobroserdov Design. It features a towering bow with a high deck, and huge saloon and master-suite windows carried well forward.


This image shows the aft decks and a forward spa pool.
Photo: Courtesy of Dynamiq

The extra-wide 8.5 metre beam provides impressive interior volumes, with five guest staterooms, including a cavernous main-deck master with not one, but two fold-out balconies.


Main saloon and dining area.
Photo: Courtesy of Dynamiq

Dynamiq’s design for the Global 330 uses furniture from the stunning Bentley Home collection featuring lots of diamond quilting, just like the materials used in Bentley’s line-up of luxury cars and SUVs.


Master stateroom.
Photo: Courtesy of Dynamiq

In keeping with the Global 330’s expedition-yacht image, the garage is stocked with an array of adventure-seeking toys. Everything from an ROV (remote-operated vehicle) capable of operating down to 97 metres, to full diving gear, fishing gear and even a DJI drone to video the action.

Base price for Dynamiq’s first-ever explorer is €12.7 million, or roughly $20.6 million with a build time, at the company’s Massa yard in Tuscany, of two years. Dynamiq also has plans to offer the Global as a 30-metre or a 40-metre.

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