The Emirates-based boatbuilder displayed the Nomad 95 Suv for its European debut at the Monaco Show.
Gulf Craft Executive Chairman, Mohammed Hussein Alshaali, said: “We are proud to present our Nomad Yachts at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. As one of the most important events in the yachting industry, the 2019 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show is the ideal place to display Nomad Yachts. The Nomad 95 SUV yacht is a superb example of Gulf Craft’s market-leading design and performance abilities.”
The Gulf Craft in house design studio along with acclaimed British Naval Architect Andrew Wolstenholme have created a collection of long-range luxury yachts, able to adapt to all weather conditions.
The Nomad Yachts range features hybrid hulls, a characteristic that provides a distinctive seakeeping and ocean-going capability. Until recently, the Nomad Yachts range consisted of the Nomad 55, 65, and 75, featuring a conventional fly-bridge design.
These models have now been joined by the new SUV collection, comprising the Nomad 65 SUV, Nomad 75 SUV, and flagship Nomad 95 SUV.
The Nomad 75 SUV exhibited at Cannes, undertaking a voyage from Dubai, a journey of over 4,500 nautical miles, during which the vessel experienced challenging sea conditions, with 30-knot headwinds and 3-meter waves. Despite that, comfort and security on board was maintained.
The SUV collection features a master stateroom at main deck level and curved windows surrounding the front half of the rooms and an enclosed sky lounge and wheel house on the upper deck.
The Nomad 95 SUV is designed to CAT A standard and meets Bureau Veritas Commercial Charter requirements.
An additional feature on this vessel is a garage providing lots of space for tenders and water toys. The 95 SUV can accommodate up to seven crew on, making it the yachts ideal for longer cruises or charter operation.