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Majesty Yachts is a line of highly customizable luxury super and mega yachts built by Gulf Craft Inc. owned and operated shipyards in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and another facility in The Maldives. Gulf Craft was founded in 1982 by the Alshaali brothers—Mohammed, Abdullah, and Jamal, along with friend, Dr Mohammed Hamdan. Mohammed Alshaali serves as Chairman of the company that began as a manufacturer of small open boats. Ten years later, Gulf Craft expanded with a line of larger flybridge designs with inboard diesels.

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As Gulf Craft’s builds grew in length over the years and sales to Europe increased, the facility expanded in 2000 with a new shipyard able to manufacture superyachts up to 155ft with hulls constructed of lighter, stronger composite material. In 2017, Gulf Craft became a publicly traded company through an IPO in the Dubai financial market with a vision to become a superyacht hub in the Mideast, in keeping with the trend in Europe for destination marinas that cater to the luxury lifestyle of the world’s wealthiest with more berths to accommodate superyachts.

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Gulf Craft is building more super and megayachts at its three shipyards, two in Umm Al Quwain, and one in The Maldives. Its vertically integrated build method allows greater control of production processes, materials, and components for superb quality, craftsmanship, owner options, value, and timely delivery.

Gulf Craft Chairman, Mohammed Alshaali recently highlighted the benefits of composite yachts at the Sept. 2021 Monaco Boat Show panel discussion hosted by Gulf Craft at the Monaco Yacht Club.

The panel which included key Gulf Craft executives and industry experts discussed benefits such as ease of maintenance and the ability to navigate shallower waters, benefits that are significant for Majesty 175, the world’s largest composite production superyacht. With the rising cost of steel and aluminum, the industry is trending to new materials that offer numerous advantages over conventional hull materials and that are in demand by increasingly more clients, particularly the younger generation of yacht owners.

As a leading manufacturer of composite superyachts, Gulf Craft is a member of the Super Yacht Builders Association and is working with SBYA and other regulatory and standards organizations regarding composite construction superyachts. Indeed, the superior properties of Majesty Yachts’ “infused composite construction and sandwich build process creates a strength to weight ratio seven times stronger than steel and solid laminate” allows Majesty Yachts to offer clients a bluewater yacht built to any international classification standard, such as ABS, RINA, BV, and Lloyd’s as well as to comply with leading charter specifications. Majesty 175 was built to the UK’s Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) specifications for yachts over 500 GT. With a range of 4000 NM, Majesty 175 is a true transoceanic vessel. Gulf Craft has built over 10,000 boats over the years for a global list of clients and was awarded “Best in the Show” at FLIBS for the Majesty 140 superyacht.

The first skylounge superyacht, Majesty 100 was launched at the 2017 Dubai International Boat Show. The highly customized 2020 Majesty 100 yacht impressed her recent new owner with the amount of interior volume and build to RINA commercial standards providing more safety equipment and better overall engineering, not typically found on a 100ft vessel. Among Majesty 100s customizations is an extended tender lift platform able to accommodate a 17ft boat. The platform also becomes a “beach” for lounging at water’s edge after the tender is launched.

The yacht’s 23ft beam allowed the designers to create a fabulous flybridge layout for relaxation and entertaining surrounded with panoramic views, complete with bar and enclosed bridge skylounge. Materials and fabrics are of the highest quality, yet eco-friendly.

Majesty Yachts are known for their outstanding build quality and value, most advanced technology, and for having a larger interior volume than other yachts of similar size, which is a benefit of carbon fiber composite hull. High-performance resin-infused carbon fiber is lightweight, but stronger and stiffer than fiberglass, allowing larger vessel builds for more generous living space. It is generally 50% of the weight of equivalent steel structures for significant performance advantages and fuel economy. Carbon fiber has excellent durability and the ability to mold seamless, complex shapes for magnificent modern exterior and interior designs. It requires less maintenance as it doesn’t rot, rust, or corrode and is easy to repair.

Clients’ visions are realized by a dedicated team of in-house designers, engineers, and highly skilled craftsmen, along with world-renowned designers from Holland, Italy, and the US.

Pushing the envelope of superyacht production, Majesty 175 was designed by award-winning Italian firm, Cristiano Gatto Design Studio (exterior and interior) and naval architecture is credited to Massimo Gregori of Yankee Delta Studio. This lavish megayacht with seven staterooms across its four decks has an owner’s suite on the forward upper deck complete with a private swimming pool and outdoor lounge area. The vast interior and outdoor spaces are well designed with luxurious appointments and amenities for entertaining large parties or relaxing with family and friends. Majesty 175 will be embarking on global ventures as Gulf Craft’s flagship vessel.

Preowned Majesty Yachts are currently available at superyacht destinations worldwide—Dubai, the Mediterranean, Malaysia, and in the US. Lengths range from a 2008 Majesty 44 Flybridge motor yacht listed at about $296,000 to a 2020 Majesty 140 superyacht listed at about $18.5 million. Though distinctively Majesty Yachts, each yacht is unique.

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