The owner commissioned the yacht to be a cozy family yacht with elegant and luxurious features.
Her interior was designed by Studio Massari and displays exterior design and naval architecture from The A Group. She was built by Kusch Yachts and delivered in 2015.
|Length:||100 meters (331ft)|
|Guests:||22 in 11 cabins|
|Crew:||30 in 15 cabins|
|Designer:||The A Group|
|Interior Designer:||Massari Design S.r.l|
|Price:||US $200 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US$ 15 – 20 million|
I DYNASTY yacht interior
The interior of the I DYNASTY is designed by Studio Massari, a luxury Italian designer. The designs are lavish and the epitome of opulence with warm honey-colored woods, and honor classical design motifs.
The owner’s brief for the interior was a cozy family yacht with a “wow” factor. She has accommodation for 22 guests in 11 suites, with cabin space for 30 crew in 15 cabins.
The interior of the I DYNASTY yacht offers features for guests to enjoy such as a beauty salon, and a beach club for the perfect indoor/outdoor experience on the water level.
The swimming pool on board is expansive and is a stunning feature that the guests on board can enjoy.
There are multiple places on-board for the above-average number of guests to enjoy together, from the expansive salon to the beach club below.
The exterior of the I DYNASTY yacht was designed by The A Group and built by Kusch Yachts. She was delivered in 2015.
The I DYNASTY yacht was built to the larger PYC specification so that the owner could regularly cruise with more than 12 people on board.
PYC specifications were a new standard when the yacht was designed, meaning that she was stunning but complicated to conceptualize.
The exterior of the impressive and sleek yacht features an underwater light display.
The I DYNASTY is a 100m yacht with a draft of 6m and a beam of 16.85m. She has a displacement of 4437 gross tons and a range of 7000 nautical miles.
She reaches a top speed of 17 knots with a cruising speed of 14 knots. She is powered by a Rolls Royce diesel-electric propulsion package engine.
Her Dynamic Positioning System allows her to remain in a single position without the need for anchors.
The I DYNASTY is the second-largest yacht delivered by Kusch and the $200 million has an annual running cost of $15 – $20 million.