Gulf Craft recently launched its first hull in Majesty 135 series. With 3 decks and more than 41m in overall length, it is the largest ever built by the builder based in The United Arab Emirates
Built to order, the vessel is semi-customised with a focus on comfort-enhancing features like an on-board elevator and zero-speed stabilizers, as well as a spacious and richly decorated interior, featuring a bamboo veneer theme, gold-plated fittings and a splendor of marble and granite finishes throughout the vessel.
Interior design is provided by CDB Yacht Design, while structural design and naval architecture came from Gulf Craft’s engineering team, YD Design of Italy and BMT Engineering of the UK.
Initial sea-trials have already been conducted successfully with hand-over of the yacht to the customer scheduled for April.
Gulf Craft was founded in 1982 and now boats an annual production capacity of about 500 craft.
The manufacturer currently exports over 70% of its production to 40 countries selling Majesty Yachts, Oryx and Silvercraft brands.