The success of Gulf Craft’s Majesty 100 stems from the innovative design and voluminous spaces, as well as her powerful propulsion system. One of the best-selling models of Gulf Craft’s flagship superyacht brand, the manufacturing of Majesty 100 was completed entirely in-house at the Gulf Craft facility.
Hull 10 was designed to the specifications of the owner and stands out for her exquisite exterior and interior design, offering ample onboard space, including a sky lounge on the upper deck which provides spectacular views of the sea.
Made of fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP), Majesty 100 is lightweight at 199GT, and the 31.7m superyacht is powered by twin MAN 1,900 horsepower engines reaching a top speed of 20 knots. With a displacement of 132 tonnes and draft of just 1.65m, Majesty 100 can enjoy easy cruising in shallow waters and effortless access to pristine beaches.
Majesty 100 features folding balconies on both sides of the cockpit, along with floor-to-ceiling glazing in the main deck saloon and five spacious staterooms to accommodate up to 10 guests and 5 crew members. Her raised wheelhouse has 270-degree vertical glass panels, a design-first by Gulf Craft to offer the Captain enhanced views of the seascapes.
“Every superyacht manufactured at Gulf Craft is the result of precision design and engineering, and careful attention to detail,” says Gulf Craft Chairman Mohammed Alshaali. “The Majesty 100 has been one of our most sought-after models and raises the bar in terms of performance as well as exterior and interior features. With the new delivery, we are honoured to take Gulf Craft’s flag to more exotic destinations.”
Gulf Craft CEO, Talal Nasralla, added to Mr Alshaali’s comments by saying: “Since the Majesty 100 was launched at the 2018 Dubai International Boat Show, she has become one of Gulf Craft’s best-selling superyachts. With deliveries made to Europe, Australia, Russia, Middle East, Africa and America, we continue to build our geographic footprint with this amazing vessel that assures reliability, performance, and safety.”