After four years under construction, Gulf Craft’s largest superyacht yet, the carbon-composite Majesty 175, has been launched. The 54-metre tri-deck yacht has a beam of 9.6 metres and a gross tonnage of 780. Photo: Gulf CraftHer naval architecture is the work of Yankee Delta Studio and her interior and exterior design come from the Italian drawing boards of Cristiano Gatto Design.Photo: Gulf CraftThe Majesty 175 offers accommodation for up to 14 guests among her seven spacious staterooms. The owner’s suite is situated on the upper deck forward allowing dual side access to a 5-metre-long pool with a unique swim-stream feature. There are six large crew cabins as well as a private captain accommodation.Photo: Gulf CraftThe Majesty 175’s composite structure allows her to cruise through shallow waters, only drawing a draft of 2.25 metres. She is also equipped with an ethernet and Wi-Fi network that integrates as an automation system for controlling devices, lights, curtains and blinds. Photo: Gulf CraftPropelled by two fixed-pitch propellers powered by twin MTU engines, Majesty 175 is equipped with TRAC fin stabilisers. She can cruise a transoceanic 4,000 nm at 10 knots and her top speed will be closer to 16.5 knots.Photo: Gulf Craft“This is a very special day in the history of Gulf Craft. I’m proud of everyone who contributed to this magnificent jewel and to launch it today as the largest composite production megayacht in the world. This project took 4 years of hard work and dedication from the entire team to manufacture. I believe that with building the Majesty 175, we have set a new trend in the market that many shipyards in the world will follow.” said Gulf Craft’s Chairman Mohammed Hussein Alshaali.