Emirates yacht builder Gulf Craft, has announced the successful delivery of two Majesty 100s. The two superyachts will be handed over to their owners in Italy where they will cruise the Mediterranean this summer season.
Not bad at all: Gulf Craft, largest yacht builder in the Middle East, has sold and is going to deliver two units of Majesty 100 to Europe. A demonstration that the builder has been able to meet the needs and taste of experienced boaters from the Old Continent. The yachts, christened Harmony and Isla, are on their way to an Italian port where the owners’ representatives will take deliver in an innovative way, due to pandemic precautions. Given the current travel restrictions, Gulf Craft introduced a virtual handover procedure that allowed the crew to efficiently review all the systems onboard together with shipyard experts and officials remotely connected.
Each of the two 31.7m Majesty 100 was designed and built to cater to their owner’s specific requests. Gulf Craft’s in-house design studio was responsible for the exterior and interior design of the yachts. Following a project brief by each client, the team worked to echo their desires into each build and created a harmonious gem that merged seamlessly with the yacht’s timeless exterior design.
The all FRP-built superyachts feature folding balconies on both sides of the aft cockpit, floor-to-ceiling glazing in the main deck saloon, and a sky lounge on the upper deck offering 360-degree views. The interior includes five spacious staterooms, with the owner’s situated on the main deck forward and four staterooms on the lower deck bringing the total accommodation to 10 guests cared for by 5 crew.
Majesty 100 M/Y Harmony
The sale of Majesty 100 dubbed M/Y Harmony was concluded by Jonacor Marine, Gulf Craft’s distributor in Russia and Ukraine, who were also acting as the owners’ representatives during the build period until delivery. It is worth to mention that this is the third Majesty 100 sold by this distributor.
Harmony, eighth hull of the series, will be cruising through Europe this summer season with its experienced owners. The layout has been designed to maximize the owner’s privacy but also to create an efficient flow for the crew from almost any area of the yacht. The spaces onboard showcase the yacht’s functional design that blends with the exterior lines to create a luring profile.
Built to RINA Pleasure, M/Y Harmony is powered by twin MAN 1,900 engines reaching a top speed of 20 knots.
Majesty 100 M/Y Isla
The ninth in the Majesty 100 series is M/Y Isla. The client is a first-time yacht owner but a serial charter aficionado. Having commissioned this Majesty 100 with careful attention to every material and equipment installed onboard, the superyacht is built specifically to accommodate his family’s every request.
Main unique features on M/Y Isla include the extended tender lift platform to fit the 5.2m dinghy which doubles as an expansive lounge area when launched. The superyacht is MCA-LY3 compliant with multiple upgrades to meet charter demands such as extra freezers, integrated Audio/Visual systems, higher-grade galley equipment, and most notably boasts an environmentally friendly water treatment solution that can sustain the yacht for extended trips out to sea.
As the sale of this yacht was concluded directly with the shipyard, the owner’s contribution during the entire build process was engaging and inspiring. The owner and his representatives worked closely with the shipyard, on a weekly basis.
M/Y Isla’s interior design is characterized by a combination of durable warm leather, sustainable wood, and engineered marble that makes almost all the material onboard eco-friendly giving it a light and modern ambiance.
Power comes from a pair of MAN 1,900hp engines propelling the yacht to a top speed of 20 knots.
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