Middle Eastern shipyard Gulf Craft has announced the delivery of its latest hull in the Majesty 120 series. Constructed from lightweight carbon fibre and vinyl ester, the motor yacht was built entirely in-house at Gulf Craft’s yard in Umm Al Quwain.
The 37 metre superyacht has been purchased by a prominent Kazakhstani businessman and is scheduled to sail from the UAE-based shipyard to Turkey before exploring the Mediterranean sea for her first cruising season.
Mohammed Hussein Alshaali, chairman of Gulf Craft, commented: “Since we announced Majesty 120 two years ago, we have been focused on creating a true masterpiece in her class - both in her design and performance.
“Our commitment to innovation, led by a team of in-house professionals, reflects in Majesty 120, which not only embraces electrical systems but has incorporated unique and flexible design features,” he said.
The Majesty 120 is unique for featuring a fully-electric system for almost allmajor equipment on board, from fin stabilizers to thrusters and steering. Opting for electrical instead of hydraulic systems helps not only reduce noise but requires less maintenance and reduces chances of mechanical issues.
Spans three decks, the Majesty 120 can accommodate 10 guests and seven crew and features interiors designed Cristiano Gatto. Her standout feature is the spacious sundeck, which is 30% larger than other yachts in her class. She is also equipped with a jacuzzi and beach club.
Despite the challenges posed by the current pandemic, the flagship model was completed on schedule after the concept was debuted at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show.