Gulf Craft Nov 17, 2015 11:51:49 AM 5 min read

Gulf Craft's Majesty 122 showcased in Yacht Premiere magazine

Gulf Craft's Majesty 122 is featured on the latest issue of the Yacht Premiere magazine (Issue 36) with a very generous 24-page spread entirely dedicated to this opulent superyacht.

Majesty 122

Here's an excerpt from the article:

With an unbroken history of more than 30 years in the business since it was founded in the United Arab Emirates in 1982, Gulf Craft currently has four manufacturing sites plus a new one in the final phases of completion in Dubai. Among Gulf Craft’s numerous brands, Majesty Yachts is its luxury flybridge motor yacht brand, specializing in the production of superyachts and yachts in a luxurious range of models with lengths of up to 155 feet, or 47 metres, built in FRP composite with semi-custom fittings.

As always, in March this year Gulf Craft was one of the stars of the Dubai International Boat Show, presenting many of its prestigious vessels under the flagship Majesty Yachts brand including the
Majesty 135 and Majesty 122. The event was the latter’s world debut after her recent launch. It is a
particularly important event for the Emirati shipyard, which has found an apt setting for its yachts in the elite context of this major global show, as Mohammed Al Shaali, co-founder and Chairman of Gulf Craft, emphasised with considerable satisfaction: “The Dubai International Boat Show is a key international platform for launching our latest yachts and boats to the world.


Majesty 122 Saloon (1) Majesty 122 main saloon


Boating is a lifestyle, it’s about an opportunity to spend quality time with friends and family, and making that time memorable. By globally launching the Majesty 122 in Dubai, where people have a true appreciation of the seagoing lifestyle, we continue to bring all that experience to our customers.”

With a strategic awareness of the complex, varied nature of the current nautical market, he added:
“We understand that everyone experiences boating differently, and that is why we have a wide range of yachts and boats on display.”

During the show, the keen interest shown by the select public in the many vessels Gulf Craft had on display fully confirmed Al Shaali’s comments, which were further echoed by Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft: “Gulf Craft’s display at this year’s Dubai International Boat Show demonstrates our commitment to innovation, using customer insights and aspirations as the motivation behind our creations.

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