The World’s Largest Composite Yacht – Majesty 175 has hit the water for the first time.
The project has been in the making for 4 years and has garnered much anticipation since the announcement at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2016. At a length of 54 meters and a beam of 9.6 meters, the Majesty 175 is Gulf Craft’s largest yacht to date and cements the shipyard’s position as a leader on the global superyacht stage.
The naval architecture was provided by Massimo Gregori of the Yankee Delta Studio and the interior/exterior design come from Cristiano Gatto of Cristiano Gatto Design Studio based in Italy.
The Majesty 175 offers accommodations for 14 guests in 7 spacious staterooms. The owner’s suite is situated forward of the upper deck allowing dual side access to a 5-meter-long pool with a unique swim-stream feature. There are 6 large crew cabins as well as a private captain accommodation.
Majesty 175 – Image Credit: Gulf Craft
- Length overall: 56.40M
- Beam: 9.62M
- Draft: 2.11M
- Gross Tonnage: 780GT
- Fuel Capacity: 61,503L
“This is a very special day in the history of Gulf Craft. I’m proud of everyone who contributed to this magnificent jewel and to launch it today as the largest composite production megayacht in the world. This project took 4 years of hard work and dedication from the entire team to manufacture. I believe that with building the Majesty 175, we have set a new trend in the market that many shipyards in the world will follow.” Said Gulf Craft’s Chairman Mohammed Hussein Alshaali
Being built to MCA regulations (for yachts above 500GT) and using advanced composite materials such as carbon fiber and vinylester, this yacht sets new standards for innovation and technology in the yachting industry.
Credit: Gulf Craft