The Singapore Yacht Show is thrilled to announce the participation of the elegant 59m motor yacht I Dynasty, constructed by Benetti Yachts. Having just been listed for sale, she is on the market for the first time since her 2008 launch. Luxury superyacht I Dynasty is now the biggest vessel to be showcased at the event and will be making her boat show premiere.
Custom yacht building at its best
Launched by leading Italian builder Benetti in 2008, superyacht I Dynasty represents the ultimate in custom Italian design and elegance. Her interior is classically styled with Art Deco touches and her main design features include an ornate elevator, in a glass atrium shaft, that services the guest decks. Every detail reflects the high levels of work that work and finish that went into her construction. She has been maintained to the highest level, with only private owner use since her delivery.
I Dynasty yacht can host 14 guests across six cabins, including the full beam apartment style Master suite with an adjoining study that has panoramic views. The Master suite features his and hers bathrooms, complete with a Spa Pool and Turkish steam room. Additional guest accommodation includes a spacious VIP cabin, and four double guest rooms.
Spaces are maximised throughout the yacht, with multiple areas for entertaining and relaxing. Her main saloon offers both a luxurious seating area and an opulent dining space. The sky lounge on the upper deck has a bar, games table and Tapchan raised area. An impressive 200sqm sun deck plays host to sun bathing spots and a glass enclosed gymnasium, with 360 degree views, and a sauna and Spa Pool. A ‘touch and go’ heli pad allows guests to come and go with ease.
Confidence in the Asian yachting market
The choice of the Singapore Yacht Show for I Dynasty’s debut is down to the potential that can be seen in the Asian market.
Luxury yacht I Dynasty is not alone in her confidence in both the Singapore Yacht Show and the Asian yachting market, and she joins an impressive fleet of exhibiting yachts that includes 57.5m S/Y Twizzle, built by Royal Huisman, 40m M/Y Tanvas, built by Sunseeker, and Kingship’s 42m superyacht Star.