Gulf Craft arrives at the 27th edition of the Dubai International Boat Show with a fleet of 12 vessels to display.
The triple-deck Majesty 140 is the biggest superyacht in Gulf Craft’s collection for this year’s show. The Majesty 100 will also be on display along with the owner-managed Majesty 62.
Gulf Craft has also introduced an all-new range of innovative solar-powered Nomad Yachts, the next generation of Oryx Sport Cruiser and a new breed under the Silvercraft fishing boats.
Foreseeing a great market potential for practical, long-range luxury yachts, Gulf Craft launches three brand new Nomad Yachts called the SUV (Sports Utility Vessel) Collection. The Nomad 95 SUV, Nomad 75 SUV and Nomad 65 SUV all feature semi-displacement hybrid hulls designed to withstand most sea conditions and are able to travel long distances.
British Naval Architect Andrew Wolstenholme is responsible for the design of the hulls of the new Nomad Yachts, while the exterior styling and interior design of the vessels have been the work of Gulf Craft’s own in-house design team. The new yachts have been built using lighter, stronger and rigid advanced composites like Kevlar and carbon fibre to increase stability and fuel-efficiency.
All the vessels under the Nomad Yachts brand feature a functional design that meets ‘CAT A’ specifications and the brand’s flagship Nomad 95 is built to Bureau Varitas Commercial Charter.
Mohammed Alshaali, Chairman of Gulf Craft is very enthusiastic about the new additions to the Nomad Yachts range as he commented, “The new Nomad Yachts are set to redefine the future of yachting.
They are created for those who enjoy escaping the routine and travelling together with their families. The Nomad Yachts transform yachting into a memorable experience for the guests onboard. It is truly the future of family yachting.”
The other reveal from Gulf Craft at this year’s Dubai International Boat Show is the world premiere of the Oryx 379 sport cruiser. A step forward with a new brand DNA, the new 379 has been designed by the upcoming Emirati designer, Hussein M. AlShaali. The completely restyled chic 37-foot sport cruiser boasts an impressive use of space. It can sleep 4 guests in absolute comfort.
This year, the company returns to its roots with the launch of two new versions of the SilverCat 34 catamarans – a centre console fishing boat and a hard top version. Both are efficiently powered by 2 engines instead of the regular 4 engines in a boat of a similar size.