Boat International magazine features Gulf Craft's latest masterpiece, the Majesty 140, in the article entitled "Arabian Might" in its latest issue. BI Editor, Stewart Campbell, reports "Gulf Craft is turning up the heat on its Mediterranean rivals with the super cool Majesty 140 putting other yachts in the shade."
BI Editor, Stewart Campbell, reports "Gulf Craft is turning up the heat on its Mediterranean rivals with the super cool Majesty 140 putting other yachts in the shade."
Here's an excerpt from the article:
The first Majesty 140 has many significant changes compared with its predecessor, the Majesty 135. The glazing has been maximised, offering huge views from the main saloon; the wheelhouse windows have been raked forward, adding strength to the profile; and touches like cockpit balconies have been installed to improve the guest experience.
The whole boat feels like a step forward for the company; it’s as if all its 35 years of experience have been poured into this one hull. “Whether it’s to do with the practicality or whether it’s to do with the use of glass and use of materials, everything is in this boat,” says Mahmoud Itani, the shipyard’s marketing manager.
The company is necessarily upping its game with Gulf Craft looking over the horizon, with the result that this year will be the first in the company’s history that it will sell more boats over 30 metres to buyers outside the Middle East than within it. The Mediterranean, the chairman says plainly, is the future. And to compete there, with a yacht this size, you’ve got to have a product that can take on the best of Italy and the UK. The 140 has one immediate advantage – you get a lot more boat for a lot less money.
The editor Stewart Campbell continues to bring light to this marvelous superyacht throughout the article.
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