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Worth Avenue to represent new builder Dynamiq


Palm Beach-based brokerage firm Worth Avenue Yachts is the official sales representative in the U.S. for Dynamiq, a new all-aluminum builder of superyachts based in Monaco, designed in the Netherlands and built in Italy.
Worth Avenue Yachts is also central agent for M/Y Jetsetter, the first Dynamiq yacht under construction. The companies plan to exhibit together at the Monaco Yacht Show. It builds yachts of 38.6m and 40m and gives the buyer control over each element of design and construction. An online calculator tracks cost and delivery time for each element.
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