Announced over the weekend, Emirati shipbuilder Gulf Craft has begun the premiere of its flagship superyacht, the Majesty 175, which stole headlines some months ago as the world’s largest fibreglass-built luxury yacht.
Her lightweight build materials allows the Majesty 175 to cruise effortlessly in such shallow draft waters as the Bahamas with no compromise on size, space or luxury. The premiere marks the finalisation of a project begun some four years ago, which captivated the international yachting community when it was announced at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2016.
At a length of 54m and with a beam of 9.6m, the Majesty 175 is Gulf Craft’s largest superyacht built to date, cementing the yard’s position as a leader on the global shipbuilding stage. Construction of the Majesty 175 commenced on spec, with the owner able to buy and customise the yacht to his own tastes relatively late in the build process with remarkable ease.
The Majesty 175 has been consistently in the spotlight since her launch and successful sea trials, with dignitaries and high-ranking officials opting to tour the superyacht as she ventured into the Arabian Gulf.
The premiere, organised in partnership with the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing, highlighted Dubai and the UAE’s rising appeal as a premiere superyacht destination.
Soon, the Majesty 175 will embark for international voyages as she represents the UAE at the key global yacht shows, marinas and exotic destinations she is bound for.