UAE-based shipyard Gulf Craft has officially presented its new Majesty 111 at the Dubai International Boat Show, a year after the model was first announced.
The Majesty 111 joins the brand's lineup of composite superyachts and is the result of a collaboration between Gulf Craft and the Netherlands-based Phathom Studio. The model takes cues from her siblings, the Majesty 120 and Majesty 140, but maintains its own style that "will set the design precedent for all future Majesty models," the shipyard said.
Living spaces are reported to house “40 per cent more” glazing than a standard yacht under 100 feet with guest accommodation spread out across six cabins. Five cabins are found on the lower deck while a 15-square-metre owner’s suite is located forward.
External spaces comprise a vast deck and an asymmetric sky lounge, both complemented by a foredeck plunge pool and ample toy and tender storage.
The new model slots between the existing Majesty 100 and Majesty 120 models. Mohammaed Al Shaali, chairman of Gulf Craft, explained it was a deliberate strategic move to fill this space rather than add a larger addition to the Majesty lines. “When you grow horizontally, it means you’ve added another use for the yacht,” he explained. “What’s unique about the 111 is that it has two and a half decks. It’s a good balance between indoor and outdoor space.”
The 33.8-metre superyacht is being exhibited alongside the rest of Gulf Craft’s fleet, including Majesty 120, a 37-metre, GRP and carbon fibre yacht, alongside the Majesty 100, Majesty 72, Majesty 62, Nomad 70 and the Nomad 101.