Gulf Craft is one of the biggest names in the Yachting industry. Founded in 1982 in the United Arab Emirates, they have an annual capacity of over 500 different kinds of vessels. These range from small 20′ sport fishing boats and run abouts to their newest and largest of the fleet, the largest the 135ft Majesty super yacht. Today there are literally thousands of their vessels cruising around the world.
The latest sale is their Majesty 135 Superyacht. This is the biggest ship they have created yet, and from the success of their other yachts, this is expected to be one of the most popular. Currently being built in the UAE, this vessel is 135′ long, has three enclosed decks, as well as a fly bridge. It is going to be fully compliant with the MCA, and it being semi custom designed with the owners wishes in mind, ready to be launched in 2011. The 135 will be able to not only accommodate up to ten guests, but also ten crew.
The Majesty 135 will be the epitome of the owner’s wishes and personality, from the exterior painting, layout of the flybridge, to the arrangement of the lower levels is all up to the owner’s specifications, within reason and structural integrity. The design team is dedicated to helping your make your dreams come true, and create your own little oasis of the ocean.
The Majesty 135 is also a feat of engineering, but the complexities are hardly noticed by the owner and guests. Specialized insulation ensures that you will never hear the thunder produced by the powerful twin 3,400 HP MTU engines. With a host of technologies in the engine room, and the best stabilizers in the industry, You are not only assured comfort, but also security and peace of mind.
From open concept lounges, and spacious state rooms, the Majesty 135 is the truly the lap of luxury. From the jacuzzi tub on the flybridge, to the marble tops in the master bathroom, to the latest in entertainment technologies, this vessel will have it all. Able to accommodate a large tender as well as two smaller water craft, you won’t even have to come into port very often.
As mentioned earlier, the Majesty is 135 feet long, with a beam of almost 26 feet. It has a draft of just under 12 feet with an empty weight of 230 tons. It will have a fuel capacity of 10,000 US gallons, with a fresh water capacity of 2,000. Gray water and black water tanks are 330 gallons each.
The owner’s suite is located in the bow of the main deck and will have a full walk in wardrobe, private office area, and a spacious bathroom with duel vanities, toilets, and a large garden tub. All of the guest cabins, as well as most of the crew quarters are on the lower deck. The captain has their own cabin, located on the upper deck. There is an abundance of seating and dining areas. There is a spacious and well equipped main galley, as well as a smaller crew galley on the lower level.
Specifications of the Majesty 135:
Length Overall: 41.05 m/134.68 ft
Length Waterline: 33.66 m/110.43 ft
Beam: 8.14 m/26.71 ft
Draught Max: 3.54 m/11.61 ft
Hull Material: GRP
Engines: 2 x MTU 12V 4000 M93, 6,800 HP, 5,071 KW total
Fuel Capacity: 37,854 l/10,001 ft
Water Capacity: 7,571 l/2,000 ft
Naval Architect: Gulf Craft Inc
Exterior Designer: Gulf Craft Inc
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