The superyacht first hit the water in November 2014.
The striking 100.8-metre I Dynasty has been spotted on her maiden voyage after being handed over to her owner. These photos were taken as she arrived in Gibraltar just before sunrise on Saturday morning.
I Dynasty was launched as Hull V853 at Wewelsfleth on the Elbe in Germany. She was built by Kusch Yachts and developed by Vega Yachts, with exterior design and naval architecture by The A Group. Interior design is by Studio Massari. The yacht reportedly accommodates up to 22 guests in 11 cabins, with accommodation for 30 crew and up to six other staff.
The 100.8-metre displacement yacht has a beam of 16m, a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Propulsion comes from twin Rolls-Royce Azipull AZP100 azimuth pulling props driven by tw0 2,430kW Rolls-Royce Bergen engines, which deliver a top speed of 17 knots and a 14-knot cruise, with a range of around 6,000 nautical miles.
After her launch in November, Richard Hein, CEO of The A group/VegaYachts, said: “The contract for this construction was signed at the end of 2011 with Kusch Yachts with a keel laying in February 2012. Since then, we have worked closely with the shipyard, the interior designer Studio Massari, and the owner’s team to ensure the vessel is built to the highest North-European/German quality in order to meet the owner’s expectations.” I Dynasty is the German yard’s second biggest yacht to date.
Photo credits: Giovanni Romero/TheYachtPhoto.com