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The Global 400 is a steel-hulled explorer designed for world cruising in high motion comfort with minimal noise and vibrations. Measuring 40 metres (131’) overall the yacht has an impressive volume of 400 gross tons. Stand-out features include a class-leading master suite that has two fixed balconies on the main deck, a very large wheelhouse with panoramic views, a beach club complete with sauna, an enormous sundeck and go-anywhere range at cruising speed of 4,500 nm. Built on Dynamiq's Efficiency, Performance, Innovation, Quality platform, her contemporary exterior lines reflect the yacht’s modern engineering that includes a pitch-damping Hull Vane for increased efficiency and comfort. The Global 400 is the complete superyacht explorer that leaves nothing to chance.
The price for the Global 400 starts at €18,700,000 (excluding all options, taxes and charges). Call us today to configure your very own version!
Round Bilge Fast Displacement Hull
Drawn by the famous Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen, the G400 unique hull features a round-bilge shape for remarkably low resistance and low fuel consumption, while still being capable of high speeds. The design decreases vertical accelerations in the hull, which translates into a far more comfortable motion when sailing. The avant-garde bow shape with a vertical stem maximises the waterline length, enhancing performance even more. To keep spray levels low, an integrated spray rail deflects water hitting the bow area.
Robust Metal Construction
Special high tensile steel, which is lighter than carbon steel, together with certified marine-grade 5083 aluminium and even stronger 583 Sealium are used to build the Dynamiq G400 hull and superstructure. A lighter hull provides better performance, shallower draft and lower fuel consumption. Another benefit is that metal construction ensures a stiff, robust and vibration-free vessel that is very comfortable and seaworthy in a heavy swell or choppy conditions.
G400 hull guarantees safe operation for more than 25 years.
The Hull Vane® is a patented fixed foil located under the stern of the yacht. Developed by renowned Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen it influences the stern wave pattern and creates hydrodynamic lift, which is partially oriented forward. This innovation leads to significant reduction of the hull's resistance, which in turn enables the installation of smaller engines, fuel savings and longer range. The Hull Vane® also improves stability under way and at anchor, while reducing both pitching and yawing motions.
Curved Stabilizer Fins
Vector Fins stabilizers dramatically reduce roll as well as undesired yaw and sway motions caused by active fins. Their vertical concave shape creates a net force direction, both in cruising and at-anchor modes, so the work is more up-down instead of side-to-side. By changing the net force angle, this also increases the leverage arm around the boat’s rolling point, further increasing the physical forces that work on the boat to reduce roll. This provides more efficient stabilization per fin size, which means that drag and power consumption are less than with other fins offering comparable roll reduction.
The G400 has an ocean-going range of 3,500 miles at 12 knots and is perfectly equipped for long-range cruises, which means owners have the opportunity to enjoy two seasons during the year (Med and Caribbean) and greater freedom navigating remote locations with no bunkering infrastructure. G400 is equipped with high-capacity Miele marine fridges and freezers, cold garbage stores, separate laundry facilities and plenty of storage space. Generous fresh-water tanks and powerful water-makers allow guests to spend long periods of time sea in complete comfort.
Engine Cooling Room
The engine room cooling offers two main benefits: on the one hand it cools down the ER quicker on arrival in port or anchorage without having the blowers running full power for an hour; and on the other hand, it keeps the ER at a comfortable and steady temperature while at anchor to preserve electrical equipment. Overall, the benefit is reduced noise as there is no need to have the blowers running when the yacht is static, and the temperature cooling in the engine room makes it a more comfortable environment to work in. A long-term benefit is that it extends the longevity of all the equipment and especially the electronic parts.
Bentley Home Exclusive Furniture Collection
Feel the way you drive, with a new range of handmade furniture inspired by the techniques, materials and finishes that characterise Bentley’s renowned car interiors. Browse through a selection of loose furnishings and accessories from cult brand Bentley Home and lamps from Tom Dixon and Flos. Marbles, fabrics, leathers and accessories can be customised by the client with Bentley Home designers to ensure individual selections. Hand-tufted carpets in pure silk, bamboo and finest New Zealand virgin wool are supplied by OT (Germany), a world leader in the manufacturing and laying of exclusive hand-made carpets.
Main Saloon Fire Place
A real fireplace becomes a centrepiece and adds a cosy touch, especially when cruising early or later in the season when the evenings can be a bit chilly. They are completely safe and fully certified and rely on low-heat producing fuels such as ethanol.
High-end Audio by Bowers & Wilkins
Dynamiq has partnered with iconic British sound maker Bowers & Wilkins to deliver pristine sound to its discerning customers. All luxury spaces and each guest cabin will be carefully analysed and studied by experts to ensure the ideal positioning of the speaker systems to have the best possible sound expertise on board.
The G400 features next-generation laminated XIR glass that allows maximum light transmission, while keeping solar heat gain at bay. Harmful UV rays are almost completely blocked, and heat transmission reduced by 60%. The result is an interior that offers the wide panoramas of large windows without the penalty of heat build-up. This means significantly reduced air-conditioning loads and therefore lower running costs. The glass manufacturer is Isoclima, an Italian high-tech company that also supplies glass for luxury automobiles such as Bentley, McLaren, Mercedes and BMW.
Length overall: 40 m / 131’
Beam max: 8.5 m / 27’1”
Draft: 2.4 m / 7'1”
Hull type: Round-bilge, fast displacement
Material: Steel / Aluminium
Tonnage: 400 GT
Main engines: 2 x MAN V8-1000 (735 kW)
Max speed: 15 knots
Range: 4,500 nm @ 10 knots | 6,500 nm @ 8 knots
Fuel: 53,000 L / 14,000 US gallons
Freshwater: 10,000 L / 2,642 US gallons
Guests: 10 in 5 cabins
Crew: 7 in 4 cabins
Classification: RINA Private
Naval architecture: Van Oossanen NA
Exterior design: Dobroserdov Design
Interior design: Dynamiq
Build time: 28 months
Hull: Snow White
Superstructure: Snow White
Antenna domes: White
Exterior details: Black
Underwater lights: 3 LED lights at transom only
Awning poles: White
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.