[dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter a series of highly successful launches at some of the major leisure marine shows around the globe, Gulf Craft and Drettmann Yachts showed at Boot Düsseldorf 2018 Gulf Craft’s latest superyacht model – Majesty 100 to a highly discerning clientele featuring high-net worth individuals, yachting and boating enthusiasts, industry specialists and boat prospects.
Erwin Bamp, Gulf Craft’s Chief Executive Officer, said:
”Though the possibilities of meeting the sea-faring world and developing our reach in the industry are immense, this event most importantly brings us face to face with the greatest stakeholder – the end customer. Here we gather the intelligence which goes a long way when we plan and design our superyachts.,”
Built to deliver the ultimate luxury cruising experiences, Majesty 100 is the first in Majesty Yachts Superyacht collection to have a partially enclosed fly-bridge, allowing guests sitting within its spacious sky-lounge area to enjoy breathtaking panoramic views. The raised wheelhouse, characterized by its 270-degree vertical glass panels offers the captain of the Majesty 100 unobstructed views of the surrounding seascapes.
Offering accommodation for twelve guests, spread over five en-suite staterooms including the owner’s suite, expansive interior and exterior entertainment spaces, plus a shallow draft of just 1.65m, the Majesty 100 would certainly make an attractive proposition for the European charter markets. With a cruising range of 1,050 nautical miles at cruising speed, the Majesty 100 with its two powerful 1,900 horsepower engines can sail at up to 23 knots, while the economy speed of 12knots is impressively efficient.
With her lavish interiors, lounging areas, immaculate exterior styling and uncompromised naval engineering, Gulf Craft’s new luxury ocean farer not only exemplifies the master craftsmanship and advanced engineering, but also encapsulates a 35-year old luxury yachts and leisure boats building heritage.