Emirati shipyard Gulf Craft has taken the opportunity of the Cannes Yachting Festival to present its 37 metre Majesty 120.
This is the first time the model has been exhibited in Europe and the shipyard is showcasing the second hull in the series, named Rocket One, which was delivered earlier this year.
The 37 metre Majesty 120 has been designed by Gulf Craft’s in-house team and is constructed with advanced composite materials such as vinyl ester and carbon fibre. An interior by Italian designer Cristiano Gatto can accommodate up to 12 guests across six cabins with a refined monochromatic palette of colour that pairs dark woods with light upholstery and pops of marine blues.Read More/Vertical integration crucial for quality control, says Gulf Craft chairman
Accommodation on board Rocket One is configured as a master suite, VIP suite, two double cabins and two twins, with further accommodation for a crew of nine.
The model also features a spacious sundeck which, according to the shipyard, is 30 per cent larger than other yachts in her class. A sit-up bar and L-shared sofa area with coffee tables sit beneath the shade of the hardtop, while a Jacuzzi can be found forward flanked by sun pads.
Speaking on the shipyard's latest debut, Mohammed Hussein AlShaali, chairman of Gulf Craft, said: “Europe has and always will be an incredibly important market for us. As each year passes, we are seeing a significant shift in the perception of composite-built superyachts – in previous years this market has been strongly focused on traditional steel hulls, but we are beginning to see an interesting upward trend in fibreglass hulls."
There are two more Majesty 120 motor yachts sold and under construction at the shipyard with delivery slated for 2022 and 2023 respectively. The model is one of four available in the Majesty range which includes the smaller Majesty 100 and larger Majesty 140.
The Majesty 120 is powered by a pair of 2,500 horsepower engines and her composite hull offers a shallow draft suited to owners looking to cruise closer to shore.
Rocket One joins sistership True Sense and will be available to charter in the Mediterranean.