The striking Gulf Craft superyacht MAJESTY 105 will be showcased at this year’s Indonesia Yacht Show. Serving the Southeast Asian market for over 20 years, the premier Middle Eastern shipyard thus continues to demonstrate its firm commitment to the region and its nascent yachting scene.
The latest figures from Wealth X unveil that the UHNWI population of Asia has increased by 4.8 percent from 2013 to 2014, with a regional wealth increase of almost six percent. Indonesia presently ranks among the top ten countries in the region, with a total UHNWI wealth of USD 130 billion, demonstrating the nation’s great appetite for luxury.
“Superyachts are among of the top investments made by UHNWIs worldwide, offering customers from Miami to Jakarta an unmatched experience of luxury,” said Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft. “At Gulf Craft, we are constantly striving to meet the evolving demands of customers around the world, providing them with dependable, exquisitely-designed yachts and boats. Our engineered innovations are built for customers of varying lifestyles, from corporate buyers who wish to entertain business guests to individual customers who enjoy family trips around the picturesque islands of the region.”
This year’s 3rd edition of Indonesia Yacht Show will run in the Batavia Sunda Kelapa Marina, Jakarta from August 21 to 23. Gulf Craft will be on hand at the on-water stand D-26.
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