Sehamia's interior is by the Gulf Craft in-house design team, and the layout and material selection was also customised according the owner's wishes. The yacht is home to six staterooms including the owner’s stateroom which, like in its predecessor, is located on the upper deck. The generous crew quarters feature six sizeable cabins spread between areas in the front and aft area of the yacht.
Lower deck guest staterooms are decorated in cherry, maple and oak burl wood along with dark emperador marble. The upper deck houses the owner’s stateroom which, in addition to the cherry and maple wood, features olive burl and ebony wood, while the his & hers en suite bathroom is finished with white onyx and azul bahia granite. The main deck’s bespoke saloon and corner bar are finished with cherry, oak, ebony and madrona burl wood.
The newest Majesty 135 is the third superyacht above 35m to be launched by Gulf Craft in a period of less than nine months, following the launch of another Majesty 135 in January and a Majesty 125 in February earlier this year.
Gulf Craft recently debuted their Majesty 105 at the Cannes Boat Show, and will also be present at the Monaco Yacht Show, which takes place from September 25th-28th, where they will display the Majesty 105 at Berth T-26.
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