Among the superyachts on display was the Cristiano Gatto-designed tri-deck Majesty 120. Other superyachts open to private viewing were the Nomad 75 SUV and next-generation Oryx 379, showing off her new interior layout.
In June, Gulf Craft Chairman Mohammed Hussein Alshaali outlined his vision for a new Gulf Craft, emphasising a forward-thinking mentality to come back stronger from a challenging year. The private viewings in Dubai may well have been born out of this new approach, with the shipyard also restructuring its business model operationally and commercially.
Abeer Alshaali, CEO of Gulf Craft, outlined the reasons behind hosting the viewings in the strategic location of Dubai. “Dubai is known as ‘The City of Life’ where challenges are turned into opportunities,” explained Abeer Alshaali. “As our community adapts to the ‘new normal’, we were enthusiastic to showcase our newest yachts at a private viewing in Dubai. Our aim is to welcome more people to the open water, showcasing three very different yachts was our way to show the carrier ways we can help you get out there."
There is much to look forward to in the near future for Gulf Craft, not least the highly-anticipated launch of 53.34m Majesty 175, the yard’s flagship superyacht which demonstrates Gulf Craft’s ambitions to build bigger.