United Arab Emirates-based yacht manufacturer Gulf Craft, has revealed a video of its latest superyacht, the 54.37-metre Majesty 175, completing her maiden sea trial. The yacht, which is due for delivery later this year, has been sold to a prominent UAE businessman.Photo: Gulf CraftThe video depicts Majesty 175, the world’s largest composite production superyacht built from carbon fibre and vinylester, out at sea for the first time.
Built to the specifications outlined by the UK’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency for yachts over 500 GT, the Majesty 175 has a beam of 9.62 metres. Despite coming in at 780 GT, she can cruise through areas of just 2.25 metres of water.
Her exterior and interior design are by Cristiano Gatto Design Studio in Italy. The naval architecture is by Massimo Gregori of Yankee Delta Studio. Her layout accommodates guests across seven staterooms as well as space for a crew of up to 10 members with six large crew cabins and private captain’s accommodation. Stand-out design features include a 5-metre infinity pool at the forward deck and a hybrid sky-lounge that can convert into an open sun deck.Photo: Gulf CraftThe Majesty 175 superyacht undertook a series of inclination experiments for multiple factors at sea in which she reached a top speed of 17 knots powered by her twin heavy duty MTU 12V 4000 M63 engines, delivering 1500kW each.