Gulf Craft to reveal new superyacht at Dubai International Boat Show
Gulf Craft will debut the Majesty 111 and reveal a brand-new superyacht at Dubai International Boat Show, which opens today (1 March) and runs to 5 March.
In addition to showcasing the Majesty 111, Gulf Craft will unveil a brand-new Nomad yacht. The brand’s Nomad range currently comprises the Nomad 65, Nomad 70 and Nomad 75. It is expected that the new yacht will be over 100ft.
The Middle East’s largest yacht boatbuilder will also showcase the much-anticipated Majesty 111 superyacht for the first time at the Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS) 2023, following the unveiling of its design concept at last year’s event.
Mohamed Hussein Alshaali, Gulf Craft chairman, said: “As the leading yacht manufacturer in the region, we are proud to be part of the Dubai International Boat Show. We are grateful to the team in bringing this event to life yet again that celebrates the UAE’s vibrant yachting sector, while paying tribute to our country’s rich maritime heritage. As in previous years, we will leverage the show to showcase our industry-leading yachts. This year we debut the Majesty 111, our superyacht anchored in our company’s proud legacy while guided by our vision of the future that prioritises nature-inspired aesthetics built around sustainability.”
Building on the global success of the Majesty 100, Majesty 120, Majesty 140, and Majesty 175, the new Majesty 111 superyacht has been developed under the leadership of veteran yachtsman, Mohammed Alshaali.
Majesty 111’s exterior and interior styling is a joint effort between Gulf Craft and the Netherlands-based Phathom Studio and takes cues from her older sisters, Majesty 120 and Majesty 140.
The Majesty 111 features a six-cabin layout – five plush lower deck guest cabins and an expansive 15sqm forward VIP cabin, a first in its size segment. There is a large open deck for configurable furniture arrangements, an asymmetric sky lounge with 270-degree panoramic views, a foredeck plunge pool, ample storage spaces both inside and outside for marine toys, a 4m+ tender, and jet ski at the swim platform.
Also featuring at the show is the Majesty 120, a tri-deck superyacht. At 37 metres, the Majesty 120 is constructed using advanced composites such as GRP and carbon fibre. The naval architecture and exterior design are the work of Gulf Craft’s in-house studio. The Majesty 100, Majesty 72 and Majesty 62 will also be on display.
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