UAE shipyard Gulf Craft has announced the delivery of the eighth and ninth hulls in the Majesty 100 series.
Both yachts are now on their way to Europe where they will be handed over to their owner’s representatives in Italy before spending the summer season cruising the Mediterranean.
Due to travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Gulf Craft introduced a virtual handover procedure, enabling the crew to review the yachts with shipyard experts.
Designed inside and out by Gulf Craft’s in-house team, the 31.7 metre Majesty 100s features accommodation on board for 10 guests in five staterooms, in an owner’s cabin located forward of the main deck and four staterooms on the lower deck. The crew quarters allows a staff of five.
The all-FRP built yachts features folding balconies on both sides of the aft cockpit, floor to ceiling glazing in the main deck saloon and a skylounge on the upper deck with far reaching ocean views.
The eight hull in the series, now named Harmony, features a layout that maximises privacy for the owner. The yacht was commissioned by experienced owners and will spend the summer cruising Europe.
Isla, the ninth hull in the series, features an extended tender lift for a 5.2 metre dinghy that doubles as a lounge area when the tender is deployed.
Speaking about the deliveries, Gulf Craft chief commercial officer Nizar Tagi said the model “provides supreme luxury and comfort with class-leading space utilisation.
“We are also very excited to have multiple ongoing discussions with prospective clients for future sales of this model.”