Gulf Craft, the United Arab Emirates-based shipyard, has announced the delivery of Nashwan, a 41m build from its Majesty 135 series.
Nashwan's exterior lines were designed by the Gulf Craft in-house design team. The interior has a plethora of space and encompasses high-end leathers, which were amongst the owner's specific requirements. She is able to accommodate 12 guests over a six-stateroom layout.
She is powered by twin MTU 2,600hp engines and has a 320 gross ton interior volume. She has an economical speed of 10 knots and can obtain a range of up to 3,800 nautical miles.
Nashwan is the sixth delivery in the Gulf Craft Majesty 135 line. The first hull was presented in 2012 in South of France.
Currently, Gulf Craft has a total of 11 projects in build. Four of the projects are due for delivery in 2016, including yachts from the Gulf Craft 101, 105 and 122 series.
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