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Gulf Craft Majesty 120, a 37-metre long superyacht built with lightweight materials such as vinyl ester and carbon fibre, will be presented to the European market at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival 2022. Gulf Craft’s in-house design studio handled the naval architecture and exterior design, while the interiors are by Italian studio Cristiano Gatto.
The layout includes a separate master cabin, a VIP cabin and a family lounge on the lower deck.
In addition, the sundeck is 30% larger than other yachts in the same class and, thanks to its shallow draft of just over two metres, the Gulf Craft Majesty 120 is able to navigate in shallow waters while offering high performance, stability and manoeuvrability with its two 2500 hp engines.
Gulf Craft’s Chairman, Mohammed Hussein AlShaali said: “As Gulf Craft continues its year-long 40th anniversary celebrations this year, we are very much looking forward to returning to this year’s festival which has become a highlight on the international events calendar for the yachting community. With the European debut of models such as the Majesty 120, we are continuing to grow and expand Gulf Craft’s footprint in Europe and offer a broader lineup of our composite-built yachts to our European customers.”
Also present at Cannes Yachting Festival will be the Majesty 100, one of the yard’s most popular 31.7-metre models, which features a fly bridge sky lounge. The interior and exterior architecture and design is by Gulf Craft’s in-house design studio, which has given it numerous outdoor lounge areas.
About Gulf Craft
Established in 1982, Gulf Craft manufactures yachts and boats from 34 to 175 feet and has five brands: Silvercraft for smaller family and fishing boats; Oryx for sport and open cruiser yachts; Nomad for exploration yachts; the flagship Majesty and Touring Passenger Vessels. Gulf Craft operates two production facilities, a 462,000 square foot facility in Umm Al Quwain and a 100,000 square foot facility in the Maldives, as well as a service centre in Ajman. To date, the company has built over 10,000 boats.