Gulf Craft launches seventh Majesty 100 yacht
by Miranda Blazeby
Gulf Craft has delivered the seventh hull in its Majesty 100 series.
The 31.7 metre yacht, now named Piterland II, is now being shipped to Gibraltar to meet its owner. Following delivery, the owner will sail to Eastern Europe, where the yacht will be based.
Commissioned by a Russian owner “with a love of yachting,” according to the yard, Piterland II is the first sky lounge model in the long running series.
Other features include fold-out balconies and floor-to-ceiling glazing in the main deck saloon.
Accommodation is for a total of 10 guests in five guest cabins. The owner’s suite sits on the main deck while the rest of the guest accommodation is found on the lower deck.
The interior has been personalised to the owner’s tastes and contains furniture decorated with an ebony semi-gloss veneer. Crema Marfil, Dark Emperador and Cappuccino Oryx marbles have also been used throughout.
Power comes from two 1,900hp twin MAN engines for a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising range of 1,500 nautical miles at 12 knots. Gulf Craft currently has another three Majesty 100s under construction, with delivery dates up to 2021.
The news comes as the yard prepares to launch its in-build flagship, the Majesty 175.