Gulf Craft have proudly announced the sale of the Majesty 135 – the largest super yacht it has ever built – to a buyer from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Currently being built in the (UAE) United Arab Emirates, the Majesty 135 super yacht, a three closed deck vessel with fly-bridge, will be ready for launch in 2011. A number of features selected by the new owner are being included on the ship, which will be able to hold 10 guests and 10 crew. It will be powered by a set of MTU 12V 4000 M93L 3406HP engines.
We have always maintained that the industry has remained buoyant in the Middle East, especially for a strong trusted brand like Gulf Craft.” Erwin Bamps, chief operating officer of Gulf Craft, said; “The sale of the Majesty 135 is a great example of confidence in the marine market.
|Length Overall||135′ (41.05 m)|
|Length Waterline||110′ (33.66 m)|
|Maximum Beam||26′ 8” (8.14 m)|
|Draft||11’ 7” (3.54 m)|
|Fuel Capacity||10,000 US gal (37,800 L)|
|Water Capacity||2,000 US gal (7,570 L)|
|Black Tank capacity||330 US gal (1,247 L)|
|Gray Tank capacity||330 US gal (1,247 L)|
|Displacement||230 tons approx|
|Cabins||5 Cabins + 4 Crew Cabins + 1 Captain’s Cabin|
|Generator||2 x Northern Lights 80kW|
|Propulsion||2 x MTU 12V M93 4,000 HP each|