Gulf Craft delivered the three-story Majesty 120 to its owner, a prominent Kazakh businessman. The 121ft 8in (37.0m) superyacht with a 26ft 6in (8.1m) beam has two 2,600 horsepower engines and will set sail to Turkey from the UAE before it continues to explore the Mediterranean.
The UAE builder handled the naval architecture and exterior design, while the interior was that of the Cristiano Gatto Design Team, who had projects with shipyards including Majesty 175 models and 140. The yacht was built with GRP and carbon fiber at his main base at Umm Al Quwain.
One of the Majesty 120’s most pioneering features was that in addition to engines and generators, her onboard systems were all electrically powered, from fin stabilizers to thrusters and steering, thus eliminating essential of the hydraulic system.
Mohammed Hussein AlshaaliGulf Craft President, said: “We were focused on creating a true masterpiece in her class, both in her design and performance. Our commitment to innovation, led by our team of in-house experts, is reflected in the Majesty 120, covering not only electrical systems but also incorporating unique and flexible design features. active.
“The transition to electric systems matches our vision of being an industry leader and building revolutionary yachts that change the future. We are confident that the Majesty 120 will set the trend as a super yacht suitable for marine lifestyle enthusiasts worldwide. “
Gulf Craft says the sunbathing deck is 30% larger than other yachts in her class, while other features include five asymmetrical designed living rooms, kid-friendly lounge, hot tub and mixed beach club that can be converted into storage space for tenders.
Gulf Craft has more than 800 employees at its three facilities in the UAE and the Maldives, and produces 200 boats per year, including models from the Majesty, Nomad, Oryx and Silvercraft brands. The company has built more than 10,000 boats since it was founded in 1982.