Gulf Craft’s first time at FLIBS Gulf Craft’s first time at FLIBS
Majesty 140 and Majesty 100 ( in the photo) will represent Gulf Craft as it enters the U.S. market at the Fort Lauderdale International... Gulf Craft’s first time at FLIBS

Majesty 140 and Majesty 100 ( in the photo) will represent Gulf Craft as it enters the U.S. market at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2019, which will be held from October 30 to November 3.

With its large luxury yachts, Majesty Yachts is Gulf Craft’s star attraction. However, the total production of the Emirates shipyard reaches 400 units, as it can also count on the Silver Craft, Oryx and Nomad Yachts brands. Gulf Craft is therefore also aimed at fans of boating, sport fishing, diving with models ranging from the smallest Oryx 27 to the Silver Craft 48 HT to the Nomad 95, a flying bridge characterized by compact lines and great internal liveability. At the same time, it also builds small passenger boats between 31 and 56 feet. Since 1982, the ranges built in the four shipyards, three in the United Arab Emirates and one in the Maldives, have grown both numerically and qualitatively significantly.

Majesty Yachts will now be present in the United States and the Bahamas thanks to Majesty Yachts USA, a direct sales and service organization with two offices in Bahia Mar Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale and Sovereign Super Yachts in Stuart, Florida.

“The Majesty 100 – as stated by Erwin Bamps, Managing Director of Gulf Craft – is made to be used and enjoyed all year round thanks to its habitability and comfort. We have owners from all over the world who use their yachts not only in the Mediterranean, but also in very hot or cold countries. We try to meet their needs and their way of using the yacht.”

Developed on three decks plus a half deck with the wheelhouse, the Majesty 100 is equipped with two 1397 kW Man engines, the Majesty 100 can sail at a maximum speed of 23 knots. At 12 knots the range is about 1000 nautical miles.

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Majesty 140

The Majesty 140 (above) is also structured on three bridges and is the result of the collaboration between the internal design studio of the site and the design team of Cristiano Gatto, head of the interiors. Powered by two 2,600 hp 16V MTU engines, the yacht is capable of reaching a top speed of 20 knots, while the cruising speed is around 16 knots. The range reaches 4,750 nm when sailing at 10 knots. Five Majesty 140 yachts have been sold since its launch at the Dubai International Boat Show 2018.

(Gulf Craft’s first time at FLIBS – Barchemagazine.com – October 2019)