“With the level of customisation offered by Dyna, there’s no better way of building your dream boat… owners can select from a range of interior finishes and other materials,” Mr Vitiello said.
Dyna-mic appointment for Melbourne Boat Sales
Melbourne Boat Sales has been appointed the national dealer for Dyna Motor Yachts.
The appointment of Victoria’s most respected boat brokerage as the Australian dealer is the first step in
a major re-launch for the international motor yacht marque.
Melbourne Boat Sales director Lee Vitiello said he was looking forward to the opportunity to re-position
Dyna in the Australian market.
“For more than 20 years, boaters around the world have loved the combination of elegance and ocean-
going performance that Dyna Motor Yachts has incorporated into every hull that has come out of its
yard,” Mr Vitiello said.
“The market should now prepare for the next generation of Dyna Motor Yachts, which builds on its
existing reputation with contemporary style and cutting-edge design.
“The build quality is exceptional, as is the flexibility Dyna offers boaters who want to customise their
With an impressive range from 51’ to 77’ and a new 95-footer on the way, Dyna offers a luxury motor
yacht for every taste, purpose and budget – whether it’s a weekend entertainment platform, a family
getaway vessel or a long-range luxury cruiser.
All models are available in either an open or enclosed flybridge configuration, which means Dyna can
meet the needs of boaters from the Derwent in Tasmania to Queensland’s Gold Coast. Dyna also offers
an optional skylounge on its larger enclosed flybridge models.
“With the level of customisation offered by Dyna, there’s no better way of building your dream boat…
owners can select from a range of interior finishes and other materials,” Mr Vitiello said.
Dyna Motor Yachts also goes to great lengths to make the experience of boating as hassle-free as
possible. For instance, all Dyna’s new-generation boats are available with Volvo Penta’s IPS propulsion
system. The forward-facing pods of the Volvo Penta IPS are always biting into clean water, which makes
even the biggest Dyna yacht a cinch to handle and gives the vessel ‘car-like’ manoeuvrability. Most
importantly, the joystick system takes all the fear and loathing out of docking.
In a further boon for Australian boaters, Dyna delivers an unbelievable price advantage. The Dyna 51
starts from $899,900; the all-new Dyna 65 Hard Top is around $2 million; while the current flagship Dyna
77 starts at around $3.2 million.
Melbourne Boat Sales will display the new D58 and D77 at the Sydney International Boat Show – 30
July to 3 August, 2009.