The UAE-based builder will be officially displaying the superyachts at three major events – the Kuwait Yacht Show, which will be held from 3-7 February 2015 in Kuwait City, the Dubai International Boat Show, which is taking place on 3-7 March 2015, and the Singapore Yacht Show, which will be held from 23-26 April 2015.
The three Majesty Yachts are the latest additions to Gulf Craft’s line of luxury fly-bridge superyachts. The Majesty Yacht brand combines style and elegance with sophisticated technology to create the epitome of truly royal cruising. The triple launch is the latest illustration of Gulf Craft’s commitment to innovation and high-quality engineering.
“This achievement of putting three of our Majesty Yachts into the water in such a short time further underlines Gulf Craft’s growing credentials as an international superyacht builder,” said Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft. “We have truly made our mark on the global superyacht scene through our innovative approach to design and manufacturing, allowing us to offer a unique standard of product and service to our global customers.”
Every yacht is personalized, taking into consideration the needs and requirements of each client. From intricate interior design, including paint, gold-leaf, and hand-crafted wood paneling, to overall layout, Gulf Craft offers premium quality in every aspect of the vessel structure and design.
“What we do is more than build boats and yachts; it is essentially designing and developing works of art. Every feature of the vessel is created in our factory, ensuring that all facets meet our high-quality standards, and allowing clients to customize their yacht according to their requirements,” Bamps said.
“By displaying the Majesty Yachts at three major industry events in three different countries, Gulf Craft is again extending its geographic reach, and helping to promote and strengthen the reputation of the UAE in the luxury yacht market.”
Gulf Craft is investing USD 100 million over the next five years in developing a world-class facility for the manufacturing of mega and superyachts at Dubai Maritime City.