Majesty 120, work in progress Majesty 120, work in progress
37 meters long with a maximum beam of 8.10 and a draught of two meters, the Majesty 120 will have a gross tonnage of... Majesty 120, work in progress

37 meters long with a maximum beam of 8.10 and a draught of two meters, the Majesty 120 will have a gross tonnage of 290 GT and will be powered by two MTUs of 2,600 HP each. 

Gulf Craft has announced the status of its latest superyacht, the Majesty 120. The superstructure (main deck and sun deck) was joined to the hull last week. Made of a composite sandwich, the latest model from the Emirates shipyard saw its construction begin in March 2019 and will be completed by March 2020.

Presented at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, it has modern and sharp lines, the result of the work of the shipyard’s in-house design team following the new DNA of Majesty Yachts – Superyacht Collection, as well as plowing on the Majesty 140.

Majesty 120

One of its main features onboard is the large space of the sun deck, which is 30% larger than the yachts in its category. The interior design is the result of Cristiano Gatto‘s Italian studio team, which also collaborated with Gulf Craft on the design of Majesty 175 and Majesty 140’s interiors. Up to 11 guests can be accommodated onboard in five cabins, with an original asymmetrical layout, plus seven crew members.

Majesty 120

The Majesty 120 will be the first model of Majesty Yacht to use electrical rather than hydraulic systems onboard, a solution that, as Paul Gray, Chief Operating Officer of Gulf Craft, said: “It will lead to less maintenance, less chance of mechanical failure, less noise and the complete elimination of high-pressure oil pipes in the boat. Everything is always efficiently monitored by the main control systems. In other words, this system offers more comfort for owners and guests and less work for the crew, resulting in improved service and on-board operations.”