Gulf Craft has successfully delivered its latest superyacht masterpiece, the Majesty 140. At 43m in overall length and 8.30m beam, this superyacht is fully-built using advanced composites such as carbon fibre and GRP. The tri-deck Majesty 140 is a collaboration between the shipyard’s in-house Design Studio who drew the yacht’s exterior lines and Cristiano Gatto Design Team who were responsible for the interior design.
The Emirates-based shipyard introduced this model during the 2018 Dubai International Boat Show and has sold four units since then and a fifth under negotiations. The model has also won two accolades for both interior design and best layout. This installation of the Majesty 140 was handed over to the shipyard’s French and Monegasque dealer, Aurora Yachts International, who are also acting as the yacht’s central agent.
The exterior demanding profile and unequivocal layout introduces a new dimension in timeless design as well as space and volume. The new superyacht features a spacious beachfront deck with balconies on both sides located aft of the main deck, a jacuzzi in the sundeck and two large opening sunshades on the hardtop. The full-height glazing in the main and upper decks, large and expansive interior and exterior spaces meant that the guests can enjoy a limitless flow throughout the yacht. The yacht also houses a large tender and two watercrafts in its garage located mid-ship, behind the beach club.
The collaboration with Cristiano Gatto Design Team comes following the successful introduction of the Cristiano Gatto designed Majesty 175, the brand’s first megayacht project due for launch end of this year. The Majesty 140 features five staterooms with the full-beam master in the forward main deck. The owner’s stateroom also features a private extendable balcony, a bathtub, walk-in wardrobe among many other amenities. The Cristiano Gatto Design Tea designed an interior that is not only universal in its appeal but merges East and West views in the modern and classic interior, using only the finest materials.
The yacht’s 398 GT was built under Bureau Veritas classification requirements in compliance to MCA LY3 Cayman Island registry.
The Majesty 140 is powered by twin MTU 16V 2,600hp engines. The yacht can reach a top speed of 20 knots and cruises comfortably at 16 knots. She can also reach an extended range of 4,000nm at an economical speed of 10 knots.
The Majesty 140 will make her debut at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show and will be available for viewing to interested parties.
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