Homegrown yacht manufacturer, Gulf Craft, delivers seventh Majesty 100
Gulf Craft has delivered the seventh 31.7-metre Majesty 100 superyacht, now christened Piterland II.
The yacht was sold to a Russian yacht enthusiast via Jonacor Marine, Drettmann International’s Russian and Ukrainian Dealer for Gulf Craft.
Since its launch at the 2017 Dubai International Boat Show, six models of the Majesty 100 have been sold worldwide. The latest order is hull number seven of Gulf Craft’s first sky-lounge superyacht. The homegrown company has delivered several of the models to Europe and Australia.
Gaining worldwide attention since it was launched, the Majesty 100, which is 31.7m in size, is characterized by her powerful but efficient propulsion system. The owners, who are experienced boaters, have chosen the model for its reliability, comfort and unparalleled space and sea keeping capabilities.
The yacht’s standard features include folding balconies on both sides, floor-to-ceiling glazing in the main deck saloon and a sky lounge on the upper deck, which will allow the owners to use the yacht in almost any climate and enjoy unparalleled open views of the sea. The interior includes five staterooms, with the owner’s situated in the main deck and four rooms in the lower deck.
The model has been completed using timeless exterior styling and exquisite workmanship. The lavish superyacht has been personalised according to the owner’s preference. The interior of the main veneer features quilted semi-gloss stain while the accent and furniture veneer is ebony semi-gloss. Crema Marfil, Dark Emperador and Cappuccino Oryx marble have been used across the interior.
Power will come from 1,900hp twin MAN engines propelling her to a top speed of 20 knots. When trimmed back to an economical speed of 12 knots, the superyacht will cover a cruising range of 1,500 nautical miles.
Gulf Craft currently has three Majesty 100s under construction, with delivery dates that extend up to 2021.