Australian Superyachts launched their latest addition to Australia’s charter superyacht fleet, the 32-metre motor yacht Oneworld; a Majesty 100 by Gulf Craft, in a lavish debut event held in Sydney 11 April.
The second superyacht delivered by Gulf Craft’s exclusive Australian distributor, Oneworld was constructed to the highest standards including RINA Commercial Class, Cayman Islands LY3 and AMSA’s Domestic Commercial Vessel Code (DCV), achieving a capacity of over 100 guests on board.
Gulf Craft are currently the only foreign superyacht builder that has been able to build and deliver purpose-built charter superyachts to the Australian market.
Richard Morris, Managing Director of Australian Superyachts, commented “Superyacht owners are looking for the most intelligent way to own their assets and chartering their yacht helps them partially offset running costs, enabling them to realise their dream of ownership in a far more economical manner.
“With multiple superyachts in build, we are proud to be putting Australia on the map as a charter destination recognised around the globe with world-class superyachts built and delivered by Gulf Craft. Currently, the top three superyachts available for charter in Australia are all Gulf Craft Majesty yachts; De Lisle III, Ghost II and Now Oneworld.”
The exclusive launch event attracted over 100 guests who had the opportunity to take tours around the yacht and enjoy the hospitality provided by the yacht’s professional crew.
Australian Superyachts will be exhibiting Oneworld at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.