Gulf Craft has unveiled its Majesty 155, the UAE shipbuilder’s flagship, and its first ever displacement superyacht.
The 47-metre Majesty 155 is Gulf Craft’s biggest-ever yacht. Stand-out features include a fountain on the sundeck and a waterfall that cascades into a hot-tub on the upper deck, while the owner’s stateroom has a dedicated cigar lounge with a ceiling decorated by cigar leaves. The owner’s stateroom also benefits from a balcony on the port side, while the yard has worked hard to ensure that the 155’s underwater lighting is spectacular. Twin MTU 12V 4,000 M63s give a range of 4,200 nautical miles at 16 knots.
“Gulf Craft’s track record has been consistently recognised on a global level. The conception and creation of the Majesty 155 has further pushed our capabilities as a company, creating even higher expectations from our customers around the world,” says Mohammed Hussein Al Shaali, chairman of Gulf Craft.
The yacht was formally unveiled at a ceremony in June under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Rashid Al Mu’allah, member of the Supreme Council of the UAE and ruler of Umm Al Quwain.
“This important milestone demonstrates our commitment to exceeding the ever-evolving needs and wants of global yachting enthusiasts,” says Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft. “We understand that our customers have a genuine appreciation for opulence, and would like to experience the same lavish lifestyle and entertainment on water that they do on land. The Majesty 155 was crafted to provide a truly deluxe experience that has never before been available from Gulf Craft, as we continue our drive to gain market share.”