The Dyna 68 on display at the Palm Beach show had the skylounge layout—a good call for the Florida market, since it adds another level of air-conditioned comfort. The skylounge features an indoor seating area with a small wet bar, and there is a curved outdoor settee with a table just outside the door. This gives owners the choice of dining on the aft deck or up on the flybridge.
The upper helm station has a single chair and a large dashboard with room for three MFDs. Our yacht was equipped with a full Garmin electronics suite, but owners can specify packages by other manufacturers if they prefer.
A bow and stern thruster are standard; options include a Yacht Controller remote and Seakeeper. The gyro fits neatly in the engine compartment, tucked beneath the bench that holds the genset. Working space around the 1,150-hp twin Cat C18s is generous for a boat of this size.
The Dyna 68’s belowdecks accommodations include a VIP with en suite head, a twin stateroom, a bunkroom and a full-beam master with king berth, coffee nook, walk-in closet and head with large shower. Cor D. Rover’s well-honed design aesthetic is evident here, especially in the handsome “luggage-style” leather accents.
Before heading out onto the bustling docks of the Palm Beach show, I entered the separate crew’s quarters via a transom door and found, to my surprise, that they include berths for two, a head, crew mess with a microwave and a table, and a washer/dryer. This is a small superyacht indeed. —Louisa Beckett