March 3, 2012

New Model: Majesty 135

Gulf Craft recently launched its first hull of the highly anticipated Majesty 135 design. With three decks and more than 41 meters in overall length, it is Gulf Craft’s largest super yacht ever built, further solidifying the company’s position as a major player in the global over eighty feet market.  Built to order, the Majesty 135  is semi-customized with a focus on comfort-enhancing features like an on-board elevator and zero-speed stabilizers, as well as a spacious and richly decorated interior, featuring a bamboo veneer theme, gold-plated fittings and a splendor of marble and granite finishes throughout the vessel.  Interior design is provided by CDB Yacht Design, while structural design and naval architecture came from Gulf Craft’s engineering team, YD Design of Italy and BMT Engineering of the UK.  Standard layout offers five double guest cabins, with an owners stateroom on the main deck.  Crew space is four cabins sleeping seven, plus a captains cabin.  Power is from twin MTU 3400hp engines. Initial sea-trials have already been conducted successfully with hand-over of the yacht to the customer scheduled for April.
Technical Data:
LOA - 41.05 m (135ft)
Waterline Length - 33.6 m
Beam - 8.14 m
Draft - 3.54 m
Displacement - 230 t approx
Fuel Capacity - 37800 l
Water Capacity - 7570 l
Accommodation - 10 guests in 5 cabins, 8 crew in 5 cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 12V M93 3400hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Project - CDB Yacht Design interior, YD Design Italy and BMT Engineering for hull and lines