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DYNA Craft Ltd. (20 years)yacht building.

Every DYNA Yacht is designed and built by a team of passionate people, yacht are very high resale value, reliable, luxurious, and most importantly, yacht Dyna models offers a high level of layout and materials customizability.

Elegant and Sporty are the words conjured up upon seeing a DYNA yacht. Each and every model's profile is painstakingly designed.

Dyna 51'

Boat Building: level yacht models:

  • Dyna 70 Laguna - powerful and elegant Italian design
  • Dyna 77 Laguna - Italian design
  • Dyna 65
  • Dyna 56
  • Dyna 55 - great entry model with an affordable price
  • Dyna 52 - classic beauty
  • Dyna 51 - fun, luxurious and reliable

70' Laguna






Dyna Yachts - Dyna 60

Dyna Yachts is well-known to the world yachting market, but the recently launched Dyna 60 is the first of this builder's European-inspired motoryachts.

This yacht marks a distinct change in styling. Partly, it's because the company is striking out under its own name (sec " Dyna Blow Your I lorn." this story), but it is also about keeping up wit h modern tastes.

Two basic layouts are available, each with three staterooms, two heads and the crew quarters aft.

The Dyna Yacht 60 salon is where the layouts vary. DynaYachts test boat had the Euro day-boat version, which North Americans may or may not embrace. In this arrangement. The ga lley is a ft for easy service to the bench seat and dining table on the covered afterdeck, to the dinette on the slightly raised upper salon opposite t he helm and to the flybridge.

Three-panel, stain less-steel sliding doors open the salon to the aftrrdeck. With a Quartz-topped island/bar, this salon layout is great for entertaining or for taking cruise.

The downside is there is no place to sit in the salon except for the dining table, but this is neatly remedied by the second arrangement, which turns the lower salon into an entertainment spot with a wraparound settee and separate couch.

The forward salon gets a galley to starboard in a slightly reduced footprint, while the dining area remains to port. Both dinettes have cleverly hidden chairs for extra seating.

Both layouts also benefit from large (and many) windows that flood the interior with light and provide great visibility throughout the salon.

Whichever layout you choose, the Dyna 60 provides considerable outside areas, such as the settee on the teak-plank afterdeck and a large foredeck sun pad with adjustable backrests.

But it's the bridge where you really enjoy the alfresco lifestyle. It extends all the way to the transom, and it'scantilcvcrcd. eliminating support posts that imposeon the lower deck. Its stout nature is a testament to the build quality. You can see some extended bridges that are too flexible.

Seating, lounging and eating are clearly the goals for the bridge. A J-shaped, four-side set- tee is around a cocktail/dining table, another curved settee is just forward, and the sun pad is large enough for a gaggle of sun lovers. The helmsman's companion has an adjustable double-wide seat, and just behind the helm seat is an outdoor galley console with grill, sink and fridge.

Our test boat hadaswcptbackclcctronicsarch abaft the bridge seating, but for once, the builders put the radar on a post, raising it above the level of standing guests.

An option is a fiberglass hardtop to cover the forward portion of the bridge. When it comes to accommodations, the Dyna yacht 60 doesn't stint.

At the forward end of the passageway is the VIP stateroom, also with a king berth and cabinets tucked into the taperi ng bow section. This cabin has directaccess to theday-head, which is similar in size to the master's.

Down an atrium stairwell from the lower helm and just aft isafull-bcam master. It's layout includes a bureau to port, a table/vanity with two scats to port and a private head with stall shower and seat.

The king-size centerline berth faces abulkhead-mounted flat-screen TV.

On the starboard side of the passage is the third cabin with twin singles and stowage. This cabin accesses the day-head with shower off the companionway.

Tucked under the afterdeck is a surprisingly spacious crew cabin with a pair of single berths and a compact, but complete, head with shower.

While a 60-footer is well within the owner-operator size range, our test boat's day-boat/entertainment layout might lend itself to havinganoccasionalcaptain so owners can enjoy themselves.

Inside driving duties on the 60 are from the lower helm, with its cushy leather seats and a sun-shaded dashboard that, on this test boat, had a full complement of Garmin electronics (the marine electronics brand is always owner's choice). The skle deck also scored points for being wide enough that you don't have to sidle along.

This yacht sports solid construction with a vacuum-infused layup, foam coring above the waterline and solid fi berglass below, and an extensive network of stringers in the hull.

The decks and house are all foam-core too. Yet more thoughtful details include hinged fender holders forward and teak gratine that allows a same-level sole from the salon to the afterdeck. The Dyna 60 a lot. She is an impressive debut as the first of a new yacht-line. Built right and priced right, she should be on your "must-see" list for yachts of this size.

Standard power for the Dyna Yacht 60 is a pair of 715-horsepower Cummins QSM11 diesel engines, but owners can specify pretty much any package they fancy. The next 60 will get the raised-galley layout and will have a pair of 800 - horsepower MAN's for a bit more zip.

The poweryacht Dyna 60 comes with an array of power choices plus 715-horsepower engine Base pricefor this yacht is $15 million.