Nearing delivery in the United Arab Emirates, Gulf Craft has revealed a look inside its latest and second largest (after the Majesty 155) superyacht. The 43.3-metre Majesty 140 was first unveiled during the Dubai International Boat Show earlier this year where SuperYacht Times was given a closer look inside.
Gulf Craft continues its tri-deck layout found in its larger range of superyachts (the new Gulf Craft 175 will have four exterior decks) with this new model built entirely in composite. The same familiar exterior lines we have come to know from the brand are from the shipyard’s in-house design team who also styled the interior.
Inside, you will find a four-cabin layout to accommodate 10 guests in total in addition to the master suite on the main deck. A unique feature here is the fixed balcony on the port side that can be folded down by the owner with the simple push of the button without having to rely on crew if required. Cabins are richly decorated using premium woods and Onyx Costa Blanca marble and crystal door handles for extra embellishment.
On a technical note, the Majesty 140 comes with Gulf Craft’s latest in navigation equipment. The negative angled wheelhouse window gives the yacht a more aggressive look from the outside, and from the inside offers crew much greater visibility. Two MTU engines develop a combined 2,600 hp, good enough for a top speed of 20 knots.