Seventh Majesty 135 superyacht delivered by Gulf Craft

It has been reported that a Gulf Craft client has again taken delivery of a ...

Seventh Majesty 135 superyacht delivered by Gulf Craft

November 28, 2017

Written by Maria Korotaeva

It has been reported that a Gulf Craft client has again taken delivery of a stunning Majesty 135 superyacht. The owner who has named this superb vessel Lulwa also has a long-range motor yacht which was launched in early 2015. This was from the Emirati firm’s popular Nomad Yachts series.

Majesty 135 superyacht LULWA delivered

Gulf Craft has certainly strengthened its superyacht pedigree with this seventh Majesty 135, 41m, model.

The VP of Sales of the Emirati boat and yacht builder, Notis Menelaou, said that the Majesty 135 has impressive features throughout. Her remarkable exterior styling is the mark of Majesty Yachts along with the enormous size of the vessel. The exciting layout is an example of great innovation, attention to detail and advanced engineering. These are just a few of the points that has enhanced Majesty Yachts’ reputation as a superyacht manufacturing world leader.

With her smart home technology, Lulwa features remote controls using a smartphone app. Included in this technology are audio-visual entertainment systems, lighting, dining and cockpit tables.

LULWA delivered by Gulf Craft

Majesty 135 is in a word, luxurious. She has large sundecks which include a Jacuzzi, a Williams Dieseljet 505 tender and a unique curved, wet bar. The forward peak crane enables jet skis to be launched while a beach club style deck is ideal for guests to relax on, being situated at water level. There’s a hot tub and en suite bathroom in the master cabin. A cold storage room is also on board along with a side balcony in the main saloon.

The newly christened M/Y Lulwa has twin MTU 2,600 hp engines. She has a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots. This 350-gross tonnage vessel with her range of 3,310 nm can also operate at an economical speed of 12 knots. Lulwa has a zero-speed stabilisation, an integrated control and monitoring system as well as fuel purification.

Notis Menelaou also stated Gulf Craft aim to exceed expectations for clients giving them exceptional value for money and an outstanding customer service.

Menelaou added that this service, proficiency in naval architecture and high-quality construction sets the company apart from others. He said that as Gulf Craft evolves and becomes part of the megayacht market, they can grow alongside their long-standing clients and cater to any changes customers are looking for.

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