Gulf Craft has announced a construction update on its latest superyacht, the Majesty 120.
The superyacht’s superstructure (main deck and sun deck) have been successfully joined to the hull, adding another milestone to this highly anticipated project. This sandwich-construction and smart module thinking that Gulf Craft is utilizing will make the build schedule shorter and more efficient.
The hull was first released from the mold in the first quarter of this year marking the fast progress Gulf Craft retains into its production facility. The superyacht is scheduled for completion by March 2020.
Majesty 120 is the first-ever Majesty Yacht model to have its onboard equipment completely electrically powered, with no hydraulic systems being used. The engines and generators will remain powered by conventional diesel methods. By doing so, Gulf Craft has created a noisefree environment as well as a more efficient construction process that leads to a care-free maintenance lifespan for every owner. Introduced at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019, the superyacht’s exterior angular lines and contemporary styling is drawn by the shipyard’s in-house design team which follows the new DNA of Majesty Yachts – Superyacht Collection. One of the star features onboard is the vast sun deck space, which is 30% larger than yachts in its class. The interior design of the Majesty 120 comes from the creative board of Cristiano Gatto Design Team.
At the time of delivery, the Majesty 120 will have a Gross Tonnage of 290 GT. The superyacht will be powered by twin MTU 2,600 hp each. The total length of the Majesty 120 is 37 metres (120’), has a beam of 8.10 metres (26’) and a draft of 2.00 metres (7’). Onboard, the Majesty 120 accommodates up to 11 guests across five spacious staterooms in an inventive asymmetric layout – a first of its kind.