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Dynamiq appoints representative in Southeast Asia

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Dynamiq has appointed Boats IQ as its brand representative in Southeast Asia and partners with Quantum Yacht Group to accept cryptocurrency.

 

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Nick James (Quantum Yacht Group), Sergei Dobroserdov (Dynamiq) and Martin McIntyre (Boats IQ)

 

Dynamiq has appointed Boats IQ as its brand representative in Southeast Asia. Headquartered in Singapore, Boats IQ represents multiple brands including Sunreef and Prestige, and is headed by Managing Director Martin McIntyre, a lifelong boater who has worked in the yacht industry for two decades.

“We are proud and excited that Boats IQ is now representing the spectacular Dynamiq brand in Southeast Asia,” McIntyre said. “Dynamiq’s modern design, unique exteriors and stunning bespoke interiors are not the only impressive aspects of these Italian-built superyachts, as they are designed in the Netherlands with an ocean-going capability in mind. This means our owners in Asia will have the opportunity to enjoy long-range cruising in the region and beyond.”

Sergei Dobroserdov, Dynamiq’s founder and CEO, added: “We are so happy to find in Boats IQ the right partner to promote Dynamiq in Southeast Asia. We are confident that our shared values of efficiency, innovation and transparency will be welcomed in this part of the world. We would like to see this region become one of our key markets, as people here admire elegance and design, but are also attentive to technical details and pricing, and very rational in taking decisions. This is where Dynamiq stands out from the competition with our innovative yet value-for-money superyachts.”

 

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Dynamiq launched the 41m Stefania in 2021

 

Dynamiq, which builds in Massa, Italy, has also partnered with Quantum Yacht Group to start accepting cryptocurrencies as modes of payment for new builds and supply items such as loose furniture, tenders and water toys. Quantum Yacht Group is supported by end-to-end encryption, with purpose-built crypto yacht exchange and asset management platforms offering security for instant multi-currency settlements around the globe.

Nick James, CEO of Quantum Yacht Group, said: “We are pleased to partner with Dynamiq Yachts to facilitate the industry’s first global ‘crypto to fiat’ payment solution for luxury yacht new construction.”
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