On Monday 4th March the UAE-based shipyard revealed its latest yacht, the 54m Majesty 175, currently being built in the facility in Umm Al Quwain and due to be delivered by the end of this year.
This tri-deck, 780 gt yacht is designed to have the capacity to make trans-Atlantic voyages, and features a range of over 4,000 nautical miles.
The vessel is being developed in collaboration with Massimo Gregory, the naval architect from Yankee Delta Design Studio in Milan. Italian Designer Cristiano Gatto worked on the style of the exteriors and the interior design.
The boat has been designed with an emphasis on comfortable lounging and entertainment areas featuring a beach club towards the stern. There is a pool on the foredeck and a jacuzzi at the back of the upper deck.
Majesty 175 features seven cabins with a private owner’s suite on the upper deck and further luxury accommodation on the main deck. The yacht has been designed to have large windows to create a lot of natural light and give it a modern ambience with clear views of outside.
According to data supplied by The Superyacht Agency, Majesty 175 will be Gulf Craft’s largest yacht ever. Previously the largest yachts it had produced were 47m - launching Sehamia in 2017 and Escape in 2015.
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