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UAE-based shipbuilder Gulf Craft has announced the launch of the world’s largest composite superyacht. Since announcing the project at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2016, the yachting industry has highly anticipated the launch of the 54m Majesty 175 as Gulf Craft’s largest yacht project to date.
Notorious Emirati yacht builder Gulf Craft has announced the launch of the third unit of the Majesty 122 Sky Lounge series. In a private ceremony attended by the owners and Gulf Craft staff, the newly christened Happy Days hit the water and became the first of the 122 series to feature a fully enclosed luxurious sky lounge. The raised pilot house series will now be available in both sport and sky lounge layouts.
The new state-of-the-art Dubai Harbour Marina has welcomed its first ever superyacht, Gulf Craft’s innovative 37m tri-deck Majesty 120. Gulf Craft has partnered with D-marin, the marina operator for Dubai Harbour, as the Marina completes a major development. Majesty 120 was joined by Gulf Craft’s Oryx 379 sport cruiser as the first ever yachts to berth in the new marina.
The Genoa Boat Show returns for its 60th edition from 1st to 6th October with an array of exciting new superyachts on display. The return to show action in a safe manner is certainly welcome with so many events delayed until next year, and offers a chance to professionals and yachting enthusiasts to once again mingle and view the latest innovative products on the market once again.
The Majesty 120, the elegant tri-deck superyacht launched earlier this year by UAE-based shipyard Gulf Craft, has now been completed. Heralding a ‘new era’ for the prolific shipbuilders, Gulf Craft has invited a closer look at the benchmarks of efficiency, comfort and performance met by the new model.
Gulf Craft has announced the delivery of hulls 8 and 9 of the superyacht Majesty 100 series. The superyachts, both 31.7m in length and christened M/Y Harmony and M/Y Isla respectively, have been handed over to their owners through a unique virtual handover before heading to Genoa.
UAE shipyard Gulf Craft has wrapped up a four-day private viewing of its superyachts in Dubai.
UAE-based luxury superyacht builder Gulf Craft is innovating and adapting in order to advance its operations under the current circumstances. Chairman Mohammed Hussein Alshaali has declared his intention to forge a ‘New Gulf Craft’, as the shipyard continues to operate at a 30% capacity while handling client interest in new superyacht projects.
Gulf Craft’s recently launched 37m Majesty 120 has begun her sea trials, successfully completing the first stage as she begins life on the water.
Gulf Craft has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Gold Coast City Marina and Shipyard (GCCM). The move will see GCCM become the Emirates-based superyacht builder’s “preferred service centre to support Australasian based clients with service, maintenance and refit.”
The Dubai International Boat Show has announced new dates in November, amidst recent concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus.
UAE-based shipyard Gulf Craft officially launched its highly anticipated superyacht Majesty 120, a 37-metre tri-deck that aims to wider the brand’s appeal to an international clientele. The launch has instilled a great sense of optimism as those at the yard see Majesty 120 as the start of a ‘new era’.
The Dubai International Boat Show returns on 10th March with a promise to deliver more extravagance and elegance than ever before. The Show has now been moved to the incredible new Dubai Harbour, a statement of Dubai’s ambitions as a superyacht destination, and there will be some breath-taking superyachts lining up to compete for the limelight.
In the latest industry news, Emirati shipyard Gulf Craft has announced significant changes in its management structure, marking progressive moves in Middle Eastern yachting to echo an industry-wide sentiment.
Dubai-based group Gulf Craft today announced that the latest hull from <a href="https://www.superyachts.com/directory-3121/majesty-yachts.htm">Majesty Yachts</a> had joined the superstructure and is due for completion in March next year.