One of the world’s leading shipbuilders, Gulf Craft has launched Majesty 175, the world’s largest composite production superyacht at Dubai Harbor.
The Majesty 175 is the company’s flagship superyacht with 54 meters in length with a beam of 9.6 meters and was produced in the company’s boatyard in Umm Al Quwain. The yacht was introduced by Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed, chairman of Dubai Sports Council, during its world premiere at Dubai Harbor.
The sleek yacht was constructed with composite materials such as carbon fiber and vinyl ester and features a wood-paneled interior. The shallow draft also makes it possible to get close to the sand. It has a five-meter infinity pool, a convertible lounge that can be used as a sun deck, a seven stateroom, and a crew consist of ten members.
The yacht, which was unveiled late last year, took four years to build and has completed a series of sea trials.
“The Majesty 175 is a masterpiece superyacht that demonstrates Gulf Craft’s capability to manufacture world-class vessels – covering every aspect, from design and production – all within the UAE. The Majesty 175 cements the reputation of Gulf Craft as a leader in the global yachting industry and underlines the nation as a leading yachting destination. We create exceptional vessels that will delight yachting enthusiasts across the world. Gulf Craft invested nearly four years of effort to build this vessel, quicker than the normal timeframe, despite the challenges of the pandemic. With the regional premiere of the Majesty 175 at Dubai Harbor, we are reiterating the appeal of the country as a full-fledged yachting destination.”
Mr. Ahmed Al Khaja, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE) said, “The new state-of-the-art vessel highlights Dubai’s position as a leading hub for cruise tourism and the global maritime industry, as well as the UAE’s proven track record in the boat building sector based on innovation and excellence.”
“It is also noteworthy that the superyacht is being introduced to the world at a time when the UAE continues to prudently and successfully navigate through an unprecedented pandemic to remain at the forefront of the world’s widely recommended safe travel destinations,” he further added.
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