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Majesty 175 delivery set for summer

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The UAE builder has announced a summer 2021 delivery for its flagship Majesty 175, described as the world’s largest composite production superyacht.

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Majesty 175 is Gulf Craft’s new flagship

Gulf Craft has announced that the first Majesty 175 is scheduled to be delivered to her owner this summer, having been built at the UAE shipyard’s enormous production facility in Umm Al Quwain.

In an ‘Inside Majesty 175’ video, Captain Patricia Caswell, Gulf Craft’s Quality Control Manager, explains her experience of Majesty 175’s successful sea trials and highlights aspects such as the full ECDIS onboard monitoring and safety systems, the 360-degree circle the superyacht can navigate, and more.

The 780GT superyacht has a beam of 31ft 7in (9.62m) and can even cruise through shallow areas, with a draft of just 2.05m of water, as she’s built of advanced composite materials such as carbon-fibre and vinyl ester.

Captain Patricia Caswell, Gulf Craft’s Quality Control Manager

Majesty 175’s exterior and interior design are by Cristiano Gatto Design Studio of Italy, while the naval architecture is by Massimo Gregori of the Yankee Delta Studio. Standout features include a 5m infinity pool with swim-jet system at the forward deck and a hybrid sky-lounge that can be converted to an open sun deck. Accommodation includes seven staterooms, six crew cabins and a captain’s cabin. 

As well as its 462,000sqft production facility in Umm Al Quwain, Gulf Craft operates a 100,000sqft facility in the Maldives and a service centre in Ajman. The builder has a manufacturing capacity of 200 boats per year and has already built more than 10,000 boats.
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