Due to travel restrictions, Gulf Craft completed a first-of-its-kind virtual handover to the Owners’ representatives in Italy. Both vessels will spend the summer cruising throughout the Mediterranean.
Both 31.7-metre Majesty 100 models were created with interiors and exteriors designed by the shipyard’s in-house design studio to match each Owner’s personal preferences. The FRP superyachts have folding balconies on both sides of the main deck aft, the main salon with full-height windows and a sky lounge boasting 360-degree views.
The accommodation sleeps up to 10 guests in five spacious en-suite cabins, with a crew of five on hand to take care of every little detail.
Luxury yacht HARMONY is the eighth hull constructed in the internationally popular Majesty 100 model and was delivered to experienced Owners. The interiors have been designed to maximise Owner privacy while ensuring that crew have quick access to almost every area onboard.
M/Y ISLA is the ninth hull in the model and this is the Owner’s first luxury yacht after chartering extensively in the past. Warm-toned leather and sustainable wood characterise the interior, combined with engineered marble for almost entirely eco-sustainable materials that produce light and modern social environments.
An extended tender lift platform has been installed as a special feature for the launch and retrieval of a 5.2m/17ft dinghy as well as use as an alfresco lounge. ISLA is MCA-LY3 compliant and has extensive upgrades for charter purposes, including a cutting-edge galley, additional freezers, integrated AV systems and an environmentally friendly water treatment solution for longer durations away from the port.
Both superyachts have twin MAN 1,900 engines installed for a maximum speed of 20 knots.