The UAE-based shipyard Gulf Craft has revealed more details on the 37m motor yacht MAJESTY 120 currently in build. The yacht has just her hull and superstructure joined, which means the delivery is right on track for March 2020.
Officially presented at the Monaco Yacht Show this year as the latest addition to the Majesty line, this motor yacht is being built from GRP and carbon fibre. During the event, Cristiano Gatto, who designed the interiors mentioned that the indoor space would feature modern and airy styling with some woods, marbles and lacquer added to the decor.
With a beam of 8.1 metres and a draft of 2 metres, not only MAJESTY 120 provides plenty of room for comfortable cruising but also the opportunities to run in the shallow waters. The yacht is 100% electrically operated, including generators and engines.
The exterior profile is characterised by aggressive lines, extensive use of glass in the superstructure and low bulwarks. MAJESTY 120’s luxurious amenities onboard include the sundeck Jacuzzi and a beach club convertible into a tender storage area.
Accommodation is offered for up to 11 guests across five staterooms, while the crew quarters can sleep up to seven staff members.