This delivery marks the sixth launch of the Majesty 135 superyacht model since the first unit made her way to southern France in 2012. The UAE-based boatbuilder has also announced the sale of the second unit of the Majesty 122.

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New 41m Majesty 135 ‘Nashwan’

Gulf Craft has delivered the latest Majesty 135 to her owners. This delivery marks the sixth launch of the Majesty 135 superyacht model since the first unit made her way to southern France in 2012.

Christened Nashwan, this 41m motoryacht is powered by twin MTU 2,600hp engines. She is a 320 gross tonnes vessel and can navigate a distance of 3,800nm at a speed of 10 knots.

The Majesty 135 offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in six staterooms.

In addition, the UAE-based boatbuilder has announced that the second unit of the Majesty 122 is now sold.

The sale took place in collaboration with Gulf Craft’s exclusive Australian distributor, Australian Superyachts, acting for the buyer.

The 37.5m motoryacht Ghost II is powered by twin Caterpillar C32 engines, and complies with RINA Commercial Yacht Charter Class and Cayman Islands MCA LY3 standards.

The yacht was built specifically for the Australian charter market hence it also adheres to Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) Class 2C, 1E, and 1D Commercial Vessel Survey regulations.

“The Majesty 122 is ideally suited to the Australian market, offering versatility for coastal cruising and South Pacific adventures.  Its spacious layout makes it perfect for extended private cruising for family and friends, and it is also optimised for short corporate cruises with more than 100 guests. We are confident that the Majesty 122 will receive a warm welcome on the Australian charter market,” comments Richard Morris, MD of Australian Superyachts.

Majesty 122

New Majesty 122 is due for delivery in August 2016

The Majesty 122 provides accommodation for up to 12 guests across five en-suite staterooms. The vessel features a jet black gel coat hull, and will be delivered with a metallic silver superstructure.

This superyacht also offers a fully equipped galley, and a garage able to house a 16ft Castoldi tender and a PWC.

Ghost II is due for  delivery in August 2016. She will be based in Sydney and offered for charter on the East Coast of Australia.