Gulf Craft marks the delivery of another Majesty100, its best-selling superyacht model

Gulf Craft marks the delivery of anotherMajesty100, its best-selling superyacht model

  • Fully ‘Made in UAE’, the Majesty 100 will set off for the Turquoise Coast and on to explore the Mediterranean Sea
  • At 31.7 metres, Majesty 100 stands out for her powerful propulsion system and innovative design with substantial onboard volume

UAE; June 21, 2021:Gulf Craft, one of the world’s leading shipbuilders, today marked the delivery of another Majesty 100, one of the best-selling models of its flagship superyacht brand that has gained acclaim globally for its innovative design, powerful performance, and massive interior volume.

Wholly manufactured at the in-house design and production facility of Gulf Craft, the Majesty 100 will set off for the Turquoise Coast in Turkey and will cruise further on to the Mediterranean Sea following her summer berthing in Turkey.

Hull 10 of the Majesty 100 wasdesigned to the specifications of the owner andstands out for her exquisite exterior and interior design offering ample onboard space as well as a sky lounge on the upper deck which provides spectacular views of the sea.

Made of fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP), making her lightweight at 199 Gross Tons, the 31.7 metre (104 ft) Majesty 100 is powered by twin MAN 1,900 horsepower engines reaching a top speed of 20 knots. With a displacement of about 132 tonnes, the draft of just 1.65 metres (5 ft 5 in), enables easy cruising in shallow waters and giving effortless access to the pristine beaches along her journey.

With folding balconies on both sides of the cockpit, the Majesty 100’s interior features include floor-to-ceiling glazing in the main deck saloon and five spacious staterooms that can accommodate 10 guests and five crew members. Her raised wheelhouse has 270-degree vertical glass panels, a design-first by Gulf Craft, which offers the captain unobstructed views of the seascapes.

The Majesty 100 is compliant with the Maritime Coastguard Agency’s (MCA) LY3, the large commercial yacht code, which outlines specifications for structural strength, weathertight integrity, machinery and installation, safety management, and clean sea requirements, among others. She has an environmentally friendly water treatment solution supporting extended trips out to sea.

Gulf Craft Chairman Mohammed Alshaali said: “Every superyacht manufactured at Gulf Craft is the result of precision design and engineering, and careful attention to detail. The Majesty 100 has been one of our most sought-after models and raises the bar in terms of performance as well as exterior and interior features. With the new delivery, we are honoured to take Gulf Craft’s flag to more exotic destinations.

Gulf Craft CEO Talal Nasralla added: “Sincethe Majesty 100 was launched at the 2017 Dubai International Boat Show, she has become one of Gulf Craft’s best-selling superyachts. With deliveries made to Europe, Australia, Russia, Middle East, Africaand America, we continue to build our geographic footprint with this amazing vessel that assures reliability, performance and safety.”

Majesty is one of the five brands of boats and yachts manufactured by Gulf Craft and includes its flagship Majesty 175, the world’s largest composite production superyacht, which marked its international premiere recently in Dubai. The other brands are: Silvercraft featuring affordable family and fishing boats; Oryx sports cruisers; Nomad explorer yachts and Touring Passenger Vessels.

Founded in the United Arab Emirates in 1982, Gulf Craft has three facilities in the UAE and the Maldives and has a manufacturing capacity of 200 boats per year. The company has built more than 10,000 boats already, serving clients around the world.


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