Leading yacht manufacturer Gulf Craft showcased its latest models, the Majesty 111 and Nomad 101, during its 30th participation at the recent Dubai International Boat Show.

Displaying an unwavering dedication to excellence in marine craftsmanship, the vessels exemplify Gulf Craft’s commitment to cutting-edge design, unparalleled performance and continuous innovation.


The Majesty 111 is a new breed of superyacht. A joint effort between Gulf Craft and Netherlands-based Phathom Studio, she expands the horizon of design, engineering, architecture and technical features. With a trideck configuration, the vessel’s mid-century modern design language provides a seamless indoor-outdoor connection.

At 33.8m in length and with almost 40% more glazing than typical yachts of this size, the main deck features a spacious salon, dining area and fully equipped galley. At the forward end, the owner’s stateroom offers a mesmerising skylight into the upper deck plunge pool from which natural light pours in.

The Majesty 111 has a six-cabin layout – five plush guest cabins on the lower deck and a 15sq/m forward VIP cabin, a first in its size segment, with a large open deck, an asymmetric sky lounge with 270-degree panoramic views and a foredeck plunge pool.

There is ample storage for marine toys – a 4m-plus tender and a jet ski at the swim platform are effortlessly integrated. And the vessel also offers three crew cabins, suitable for five or six occupants, and a galley.

Advanced technology, innovation, energy, sustainable solutions and optimised hull design enable the Majesty 111 to attain top performance at cruising speed with available power and the least possible fuel consumption. This efficiency allows for longer, further cruises to offshore destinations.


At 29.77m in length with a five-cabin layout and a flybridge, the Nomad 101 is the perfect yacht for varied cruising scenarios. The roomy living spaces with three crew accommodations and a captain’s cabin are ideal for charter and owner-operated vessels.

Found on the lower deck, the VIP guestroom and three twin guest cabins are connected by a lobby area with a dedicated laundry. All staterooms have private en suite and shower facilities.

The full-walkaround upper deck features 35sq/m of exterior and 16sq/m of interior lounge space, creating a seamless transition between indoors and outdoors. And there is generous space for storage with the ability to hold two three-seater jet skis and a Williams 325 tender.

The proven seaworthiness and long-range capabilities of the Nomad 101 enable her to take on more adventurous and far-flung destinations with an excellent nautical range of 1,030nm at a cruising speed of 12 knots on minimum fuel consumption for her size.

Efficiency and the desire to be as environmentally friendly as possible were key drivers for the technology on board. With reduced hull penetration and excellent fuel efficiency topped by a good nautical range, the Nomad 101 is a clear economical and environmentally friendly choice for long passages. And, one of the key features throughout is the liberal use of recycled and natural materials in almost all cabin areas, some of it tastefully inlaid with earthy tones.