DYNA IN CLASS OF ITS OWN
YNA Motor Yachts D77 takes luxury boating to an exciting new level.
As the flagship vessel of the 2010 Melbourne International Boat and Lifestyle Festival to be held next month, the vessel’s powerful, yet elegant, Italian-designed profile commands attention like few others.
At 23.46m (77ft) long and towering 4.42m above the waterline, the D77’s displacement is about 53 tonnes.
Beyond its impressive external appearance, the painstaking craftsmanship that has been invested into the D77 is immediately obvious upon stepping aboard.
Attention to detail is second-tonone and only the finest quality materials and fittings have been used throughout to create a luxurious and comfortable environment.
Boasting a functional five-cabin layout — each cabin with an ensuite, individually-controlled airconditioning, flatscreen TV, DVD player and stereo 6 — the D77 offers luxury accommodation at its finest.
Two indoor and two outdoor entertainment areas also give the vessel the flexibility to be used for any occasion, be it a leisurely weekend with family and friends or a formal event with clients.
With four fridges and a commercial icemaker onboard, it’s never far to travel for a top up.
Powered by twin MTU 1500hp engines, the D77 cruises comfortably at 18knots and has a top openwater speed of 28knots.
Despite its size, the vessel is also surprisingly easy to handle at the marina, thanks to the bow and stern thruster system, which is fitted as standard.
With a price tag of just under
D$4 million, the D77’s presence at next month’s event signifies a major relaunch for Dyna, following the recent appointment of Melbourne Boat Sales as the exclusive Australian dealer for the international motor yacht marque.
Melbourne Boat Sales director Lee Vitiello said he was looking forward to the opportunity to reposition Dyna in the Australian market.
‘‘For more than 20 years, boaters around the world have loved the combination of elegance and ocean-going performance that Dyna Motor Yachts has incorporated into every hull that has come out of its yard,’’ Mr Vitiello said.
‘‘The market should now prepare for the next generation of Dyna Motor Yachts, which builds on its existing reputation with contemporary style and cutting-edge design, not forgetting the flexibility Dyna offers boaters who want to individualise their dream boat.’’
With an impressive range from 512 to 772 and a new 95-footer on the way, Dyna offers a luxury motor yacht for every taste, purpose and budget — whether it’s a weekend entertainment platform, a family getaway vessel or a long-range luxury cruiser.
Dyna also offers competitive pricing with the Dyna 51, for example, starting from under $1 million.
For more information, call Melb o u r n e B o a t S a l e s on 03 9670 3300 or visit www.melbourneboatsales.com.au
The 2010 Melbourne International Boat and Lifestyle Festival runs at Docklands from February 5 to February 7.
SMOOTH MOVER: The Dyna range has an impressive profile as it cuts through the water