Photography by Gulf Craft
13 September 2017
Coinciding with its 35th anniversary, Gulf Craft made its European debut of the Majesty 100, the newest addition to its Superyacht Collection, at the 40th Cannes Yachting Festival, taking place from 12 to 17 September.
Also, the latest and youngest tri-deck at Majesty Yachts the Majesty 110, returns to the event for the second time, to complement majesty Yachts impressive collection
Gulf Craft’s presence at Cannes is reinforcing their ambition to become a builder for a global audience. They are emerging as a world leader in the industry, and are recognised for their value as well as their commitment to safety and reliability.
the UAE-based builders latest release, the Majesty 100, provides functionality, performance, world-class standards and luxurious amenities that makes people keen to get on the water, and give them a great experience.
The model has already been well received by buyers in the Middle East and Asia, supported by a significant number of orders.
A unique feature is its innovative sky-lounge – a more comfortable version of the traditional fly-bridge.
With multiple seating areas perfect for relaxing, the Majesty 100 enables guests sitting in the inside lounge to experience fabulous views outside, creating a great flow through the deck.
It has two rear balconies, one on each side of the rear seating area, and a huge raised wheelhouse where guests can comfortably watch the captain at work.
Cruising at a speed of 12knots, the Majesty 100’s fuel consumption is impressively economical, allowing a cruising range of 1,000 nautical miles, while maintaining a top speed of 23 knots thanks to its two powerful 1,900 horsepower MAN engines.
Smoother and quieter on water, simpler to dock, and easier to deploy tenders and other pleasure craft, the Majesty 100 is a thoughtfully conceived and meticulously constructed superyacht.
“We are constantly innovating, constantly challenging ourselves to build more intelligently for an increasingly knowledgeable, and discerning, superyacht buyer,” said Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft.
“So, when the time comes for Gulf Craft to debut its latest models in Europe, the culmination of countless hours of research, design, and construction, we look to Cannes as one of the largest and most prestigious global stages for the unveilings of our newest launches, our largest opportunity to make the biggest and most lasting impressions on the people who matter most.”
Its companion, the Majesty 110, made its debut last year at Cannes, and boasts generous interior space, several outdoor entertainment features, and many practical amenities, including a spacious garage that is large enough to store a dinghy and a Jet Ski.
With its design and luxury features, Gulf Craft is known to offer the ultimate lifestyle experience, while manufacturing robust ocean-going yachts.
In 2016 Gulf Craft strongly signaled its intention to design and manufacture megayachts, those longer than 50 meters in length, with the announcement of plans for a Majesty 175 and Majesty 200, at more than 53 and 60 meters in length, respectively.
Guests can visit Gulf Craft at stand number SYE 224 at Cannes Yachting Festival, which takes place from 12 to 17 September 2017.