Gulf Craft, the Middle East’s largest boat and yacht manufacturer, is delivering its top-of-the-range super yacht the Majesty 130.
Following successful completion of sea trials, the largest super yacht built in the Middle East is currently on its way to Australia.
The proud owner of the 130 foot Majesty Yacht is an Australian businessman who selected Gulf Craft to build the Majesty Yacht which sleeps eight and features four cabins as well as quarters for six crew members plus a separate cabin for the captain.
The Majesty 130 is the largest vessel in the Majesty Yachts class which begins at the entry level Majesty 44.
Featuring a twin set of 2000hp MTU engines; the super yacht has a fuel capacity of 33,500 liters with the capacity for extended ocean voyages with a maximum range of 3,000 nautical miles.
Exuding elegance, the yacht was designed by Australian interior design specialists Sam Sorgiovanni Design, winners of the prestigious Superyacht Society Design Awards. The team of talented international designers has included premium fittings and finishes throughout to create an ultra luxurious yacht.
“The Majesty 130 demonstrates Gulf Craft’s ability to successfully compete at the highest levels of the international super yacht market by meeting and exceeding the expectations of a discerning clientele,” said executive manager, Gulf Craft, Erwin Bamps.
The yacht will sail to her destination port in Queensland, Australia, via Oman, India, Maldives and Singapore.
The arrival of the Majesty 130 in the Maldives has been carefully planned by Gulf Craft and the yacht’s owner to coincide with the festive season so that celebrations can take place on board the new vessel before continuing onto the final destination via South East Asia.
The completion of the Majesty 130 co-insides with Gulf Craft’s 25th anniversary, during which it has grown from being a relatively small producer of fishing boats and leisure craft to become a global player in the luxury yacht industry.Source: TradeArabia