Founded in Monaco in 2011 by experienced yacht broker Sergei Dobroserdov, Dynamiq aims to build the most efficient and versatile superyachts on the market. Their ambition is to bring to the 30-50m sector the same contractors and high standards used by the leading north European shipyards building 100m megayachts.
As their strategic marble supplier and outfitter, Dynamiq partners with Magma Srl based in Licata, Sicily. Supplying the finest quality stone on Jetsetter, for example, meant finding flawless Calacatta Oro and Bianco Cristallino marble to compliment the exotic natural woods chosen by the interior designers Bannenberg & Rowell.
In the case of the GTT 115, Magma was tasked with sourcing sufficient quantities of Sahara Noir marble from Morocco, a rare black stone with gorgeous white and gold veins that is notoriously difficult to work with.
Magma was founded in 1998 by brothers Mario and Angelo Bellomo, the third generation of a family of marble craftsmen. Over the years it has developed unrivalled experience and technical expertise as a boutique supplier to the superyacht industry, especially in northern Europe.
The largest superyacht in the world MY Azzam, desgned by Nauta, built by Lurssen, outfitted with Magma marbles.
The list of shipyards and designers that Magma works with sounds like a Who’s Who of the yachting industry: names such as Lurssen, Amels, Oceanco, Kusch Yachts, Sam Sorgiovanni, Terence Disdale, Andrew Winch, Pinto Design and Nuvolari & Lenard. The yachts to emerge from these collaborations rank among the largest in the world and include Azzam, Topaz, Kismet, Al Mirqab, Anastasia, Alfa Nero and Jubilee.
“The superyacht industry has changed dramatically since we first started out some 20 years ago,” explains Mario Bellomo. “As the size of the yachts has increased, so too have the expectations of owners. On a 120m megayacht currently in build in Germany, for instance, there are around 40 different types on marble on board.”
“Dynamiq insisted on only the best quality stone and finishing,” concludes Mario. “To achieve that, you have to be able to combine the latest CNC machinery with highly skilled craftsmanship. We’re proud that we managed to achieve such a perfect result making these innovative yachts also very exclusive."
The 39m Jetsetter, outfitted with Magma marble was Dynamiq's first launch, unveiled to wide acclaim at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show. Their subsequent project, the 35m GTT 115 was developed in conjunction with the renowned design firm Studio F.A. Porsche and celebrated her world premiere at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show.
Photo credits: Bathroom, Olga Kalinnikova; Azzam, Giovanni Romero, TheYachtPhoto.com. All photos supplied by Dynamiq.