Monaco-based yacht building company Dynamiq has unveiled possibly its slickest creation yet, the 108-foot Global Explorer 330 superyacht. Teaming up with Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen, the Explorer 330 is perfect for smaller groups to travel into areas other luxury yachts can't reach.

The impressive craft sports an aluminium hull with Dynamiq's patented Hull Vane foil, helping reduce drag, improve fuel economy and allow the massive vessel to easily cruise the high seas. Powered by twin MAN V8 diesel engines, this beauty can reach a top speed of 16 knots (roughly 30 km/h), or if cruising at a spritely 10 knots (18.5 km/h), can travel more than 6,500 kilometres using just 60 litres of fuel an hour.

Able to accommodate 10 people across the high seas, the Global Explorer 330 contains a master suite with two balconies, five guest staterooms, forward aft deck spa, a dining area for entertaining and a large garage chock full of toys, including a ROV (remote-operated vehicle) capable of reaching 320-feet below sea level, as well as a full diving set up.

What's even more impressive is the interior, with the luxurious yacht decorated with furniture handpicked from the 'Bentley Home' collection. Many of the pieces and decor found in the Explorer 330 are created from the same materials used in Bentley's top of the range vehicles, adding an extra touch of class to this already opulent yacht.

The Global Explorer 330 isn't cheap, with the base price set to be close to AU$20 million with a build time of two years. For more information visit bedynamiq.com

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