Nomad 101 stars in Sydney
The new Nomad 101 was among superyachts at this year’s Sydney International Boat Show, where Gulf Craft exhibited three models.
Gulf Craft and its dealer Australian Superyachts staged the Asia-Pacific premiere of the Nomad 101 at the Sydney International Boat Show in August, five months after the Nomad flagship premiered at the Dubai International Boat Show in March.
The Sydney show in Darling Harbour featured 233 exhibitors and 646 boats including 220 in the marina, representing the event’s largest on-water display since 2018. As well as the 31m Nomad 101, which has an impressive range of 3,100nm at eight knots, Gulf Craft showed a Majesty 72 (click for Review) and an Oryx 379 at the four-day show.
Mohamed Alshaali, Gulf Craft’s co-founder and Chairman, said: “We were thrilled to witness the overwhelmingly positive response from visitors, fellow industry professionals and media attendees who visited the Gulf Craft stand at the Sydney International Boat Show.
“The Australian debut of the Nomad 101 marked a significant milestone for Gulf Craft in one of our fastest-growing and most important markets, reinforcing our new era of dynamic international growth.”
Founded in the UAE in 1982, Gulf Craft has built over 10,000 boats and today builds yachts and boats from 34-175ft across five series: Silvercraft fishing boats, Oryx sports yachts, Nomad explorer yachts, Majesty luxury yachts and Touring Passenger Vessels. It operates a 462,000sqft facility in Umm Al Quwain and a 100,000sqft facility in the Maldives, plus a service centre in Ajman.