Gulf Craft Nov 5, 2015 3:05:36 PM 4 min read

Gulf Craft Prepares to Display Largest Superyacht at Qatar International Boat Show

Doha, 5th of November 2015 – Qatari boat enthusiasts are gearing up for what is anticipated to be a striking presence by Gulf Craft, including the largest superyacht on display at the Qatar International Boat Show.

Visitors to the show, which runs from 10-14 November, will have an opportunity to experience the innovative shipyard’s impressive range of craft. With more than 10 of its yachts, boats, and sport cruisers on display, Gulf Craft will be the largest exhibitor at Qatar’s upcoming yachting event.


Gulf Craft fleet at the Qatar Boat Show 2014 Majesty 101 and Majesty 88 night shot at the Qatar Boat Show 2014


Accounting for 40 per cent of Qatar’s leisure marine market share, Gulf Craft’s unique understanding of the diverse needs and requirements of Qatari sea travelers further amplifies the shipyard’s participation in the exhibition.

“We understand that the Qatari market has a true appreciation for fine craftsmanship and the latest in boating innovation and technology. Qatar’s strong affinity with the sea and relentless passion for yachting makes this event an excellent opportunity for us to reconnect with existing clients, and build relationships with new ones,” said Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft.


Gulf Craft fleet at the 2014 Qatar Boat Show


“We genuinely believe that each and every one of our Qatari clients has different boating aspirations, whether it is a holiday cruise with friends and family, celebrating a special occasion with loved ones, or a quick escape for watersports along the seaside. Our objective is to welcome more people to the water through our variety of semi-custom built yachts and boats.”

Reaffirming its commitment to its loyal Qatari market, Gulf Craft will also be making the global premiere of two of its latest creations, which will be revealed to the public for the first time at the show.

Guests can visit Gulf Craft at stand number B25 at the Mourjan Marinas in Lusail City, the show venue. More than 12,000 visitors from 54 countries are expected to attend this year’s edition of the Qatar International Boat Show. According to projected figures, an estimated 53 per cent will be existing boat owners.