At almost 37 metres long and with an 8.1m beam, this composite production superyacht harnesses exceptional design and performance, made of lightweight yet sturdy carbon fibre and vinyl ester. The superyacht was manufactured at Gulf Craft’s integrated in-house production facility in Umm Al Quwain.
The project was first announced at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019, with the design and build of Majesty 120 completed in scheduled time despite the challenges of the pandemic, following all safety protocols.
Gulf Craft’s expert engineering team has created a fully electric system for most major equipment from fin stabilizers to thrusters and steering, thus eliminating the need for hydraulic systems. In addition to a noise-free ambience, the superyacht requires less maintenance and has reduced chances of mechanical issues.
Mohammed Hussein Alshaali, Chairman of Gulf Craft, said: “Since we announced Majesty 120 two years ago, we have been focused on creating a true masterpiece in her class - both in her design and performance. Our commitment to innovation, led by a team of in-house professionals, reflects in Majesty 120, which not only embraces electrical systems but has incorporated unique and flexible design features.
“Moving to electrically powered systems is aligned with our vision to be the leader in the industry and build revolutionary yachts that transform the future. We are confident that Majesty 120 will set trends as a superyacht suited for marine lifestyle enthusiasts across the world.”
Majesty 120 stands out for its unique design and naval architecture, penned by Gulf Craft’s in-house team. She has a spacious sundeck, 30% larger than other yachts in her class. The superyacht can accommodate guests in her five large staterooms that are designed asymmetrically, marking another first in its design approach.
The interiors have exceptional styling and attention to detail. Penned by Cristiano Gatto Design Studio, Majesty 120’s interiors meet the lifestyle aspirations of yachting enthusiasts with a separate owner cabin and VIP cabin on the lower deck, in addition to a kid-friendly lounge.
Other amenities include a jacuzzi and hybrid beach club that converts into a storage unit for tenders.
The Majesty 120 was purchased by a prominent Kazakhstani businessman, and will set sail for Turkey from the UAE in April before she continues her adventure to explore the Mediterranean waters throughout the rest of the year.