Each week Luxury Yachts team highlight a superyacht that deserves to be on the spotlight. To this rubric, we call it Luxury Yacht of the Week, and for this week luxury yacht we pick up the superyacht I Dinasty.
I Dynasty is a stunning 59.30 metre motor yacht which was built and launched by the stylish Italian yacht builder Benetti in 2008. She features naval architecture and exterior design by Stefano Natucci as well as interior styling by Studio Massari.
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I DYNASTY has only had private family use since her delivery, has approximately 2500hrs on her main engines and every Winter the Owner has done all the maintenance required regardless of cost. She has just passed her ABS 5 year survey.
There is an ornate elevator which slides smoothly through the glass atrium lift shaft, from the lower guest cabins to the gymnasium on the sun deck. The gymnasium can be closed for air conditioned workouts or the large sliding glass doors can be fully opened to provide an open air, yet private exercise room. The after part of the gymnasium houses a separate sauna made from the finest Scandinavian spruce pine and an adjacent shower serves both sauna and gym.
The sundeck has a large Jacuzzi which can be utilised as a plunge pool after using the sauna or can be easily heated as a hot tub or whirlpool.There is a double barbecue grill discretely installed on the sun deck for guests’ pleasure and there is a large dining table for guests to enjoy al fresco dining. This open air dining area is also well protected by an elegant awning; which serves to provide shade from the midday sun or protection from a quick rain shower.
There is a good size “touch and go” heli-pad on the after part of the sun deck which doubles as a wonderful sun bathing area. The bronze coloured side screens provide privacy, as well as shelter when windy conditions prevail.
The upper deck aft offers a comfortable seating/sun bathing area as well as a grand (extendable) dining table; providing guests with another dining area option.
The main deck offers yet another very comfortable seating area (also well shielded by bronze coloured screens) and a stairwell down to the swim platform for access to the water or tender boarding. The yacht’s tenders fit neatly into a large tender garage which also accommodates two of the four waverunners carried onboard, plus an array of the latest water sports and dive equipment.
The other two jet skis are housed on the foredeck with the yacht’s rescue tender, the latter also serves as a crew workboat for carrying out the necessary maintenance and shore runs for provisioning, etc.
There is a very well equipped galley onboard providing a chef with all possible requirements for creating the highest standards of cuisine. There is a large walk in fridge and freezer room on the under lower deck and a service lift from the galley to this deck level allows for the easy movement of stores and supplies.
The crew and captain are accommodated in eight cabins and a crew’s mess area provides them space to dine or relax in comfort.
The wheelhouse and radio room are fitted with the latest in navigation and communication technology, ensuring the highest standards of safety can be achieved wherever I Dynasty may sail.
There is a state of the art audio video system onboard with movies and music on demand as well as simple touch screen controls throughout for easy control of lights, curtain & blinds and air conditioning & heating.
Superyacht I Dynasty’s Accommodation
Located forward on the main deck, the cabin is full beam with a centreline super king-size bed. There are drawers for storage to port and starboard and his and her bathrooms forward; hers with a Jacuzzi and his with a Turkish steam room. A large dressing room with ample wardrobe space is included in this luxurious suite. The split level cabin has an adjoining study set up as a fully functioning office and offers an all round panoramic view through the numerous windows.
Located on the upper deck this cabin has fantastic views from the large panoramic windows. The suite comprises a separate seating area, walk in dressing room, en suite bathroom and a king-size bed.
There are four double guest cabins on the lower deck; the two after cabins with Jacuzzi bathtubs/showers and the two forward ones with large mosaic showers. The two forward cabins both have pull down Pullman bunks which neatly stow unnoticed into the bulkheads.
The Sky Lounge is located on the upper deck and the vast space includes a bar area, a games table and a large screen with projector. A raised “Tapchan” area provides guests with a very cosy relaxation or sitting area.
Main Saloon / Dining room
This large area has been divided in two with the after part serving as a luxurious seating area whilst the forward part includes a large ornate dining table with adjacent pantry; the perfect solution for fine dining.
I Dinasty it’s this week our favority luxury yacht. What you think of it? Let us know in the comments.
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