Continuing the policy of creating exclusive, all-encompassing experiences on board, Dynamiq has partnered with Montegrappa – the 108-year-old Italian maker of high-end writing instruments – to create a special edition rollerball pen that takes its design cues from the latest Dynamiq superyacht in build, the 41-metre GTT 135.
Destined to become a collector’s item, the custom-edition GTT 135 pen features a beautifully balanced metal body with a silky satin finish in champagne silver, engraved with elegant curves recalling the yacht’s exterior profile. Alongside red accents and a gold pocket clip embossed with the Dynamiq name, the base of the pen is capped with real wood to resemble teak decking.
The option to select this special Montegrappa pen is available immediately for the new GTT 135 via Dynamiq’s unique online yacht configurator. Other models will follow later this year. https://www.bedynamiq.com/models/configurator.htm
“Montegrappa began as a manufacturer of gold nibs and fountain pens using a pool of local talent to produce high quality writing instruments with precision and panache – just like the next-generation yachts Dynamiq designs and builds for its discerning owners.” says Giuseppe Aquilla, owner of the family company that makes pens for connoisseurs and devotees around the world. “I visited Dynamiq’s yacht earlier in the year and was impressed. We realised Montegrappa and Dynamiq share many of the same values, like an insistence on quality, craftsmanship and innovation. And like Dynamiq we even have an online configurator for customising your own pen!”
“We keep on expanding our network of the world’s finest suppliers,” says Dynamiq founder Sergei Dobroserdov. “It’s an honour for us to collaborate with a brand such as Montegrappa – makers of the pens of choice for popes, presidents and royalty, including Pope John Paul II, King Juan Carlos of Spain, King Hussein of Jordan, Queen Sirikit of Thailand and the Sultan of Brunei.”
Other renowned partners Dynamiq has recently partnered with are Fürstenberg porcelain from Germany, Germany’s second-oldest porcelain house, and Carter & White, a high-end Emirati bedding manufacturer.