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News: Largest Yacht By Gulf Craft; Majesty 175 Launches

Discussion in 'Unique, Custom or New Launches' started by Yacht News, Nov 26, 2020.

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  1. Majesty 175 Launched By Gulf Craft
    UAE-based shipyard Gulf Craft has launched its largest vessel to date under their brand Majesty Yachts, the Majesty 175. The 54-meter superyacht was built from composite materials, mainly carbon composites. The design of the yacht both internally and externally was the job of Cristiano Gatto. With 780 GT of volume on offer this vessel has the capability to accommodate its guests in a spacious environment.
  2. In fact, she can carry up to fourteen guests in seven cabins if needed. The principle cabin onboard is situated on the forward end of the upper deck overlooking the striking bow and offering stunning views through wrap-around glazing. The room gives access out to the fore deck area which has a 5-meter dip pool -that can also be used for swimming since it is equipped with a counter-flow feature-. The other guest cabins would be split between the forward main deck and the lower deck. There are 6 large crew cabins as well as a private captain accommodation.
  3. Powered by twin MTU marine diesels ( MTU 12V 4000 M6) her top speed is anticipated to be 16.5-knots and if dialed back to 10-knots continuously the Majesty 175 should see a 4,000 nautical mile range. This vessel is a huge under taking for this particular yard as it is their largest so far. It took 4 years to get to this point but it has earned them the title of having one of the largest carbon-composite production made motor yachts in the world. Despite her overall size, this yacht can fit into any marina around the world as it draws only 2.25-meters below the waterline.

    For more information:

    Gulf Craft
    Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Street
    P.O. Box 666, Ajman
    United Arab Emirates
    www.gulfcraftinc.com

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