Gulf Craft and Majesty Yachts continue their success during the boat show season with the sale of the Majesty 135 - the largest yacht built by Gulf Craft to date – into the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council).
Currently being built in the UAE, the Majesty 135 is a three closed deck with fly-bridge yacht, and is fully MCA compliant and is being semi-custom built to GCC standards and specifications under the certification society Bureau Veritas. The Majesty 135 incorporates many bespoke features that the new owner has individually chosen, and will be ready for launch next year. The Majesty 135 will be able to host up to 10 guests and 10 crew, and is powered by a set of MTU 3400HP engines.
Erwin Bamps, Gulf Craft’s Chief Operating Officer, said; “The sale of the Majesty 135 is a great example of confidence in the marine market. We have always maintained that the industry has remained buoyant in the Middle East, especially for a strong trusted brand like Gulf Craft.”
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