Majesy Yachts

Gulf Craft’s superyacht collection: Majesty 135, 125, 105

Drettmann has announced that it has become sales partner of Gulf Craft. The Bremen-based firm has agreed to look after the Gulf Craft superyacht lines Majesty and Nomad in Europe, Russia, and Ukraine.

The German firm says this partnership is part of its expansion plan. The agreement comes to fruition in time for the company’s exhibition at boot Düsseldorf 2017.

It will be the first time that Drettmann showcases Gulf Craft’s product line as its exclusive sales partner for the European continent and Russia.

Commenting on the partnership Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft, says: “We believe that our partnership with an industry established name like Drettmann will enable us to better connect with clients in the European market enhancing our ability to deliver our world-class vessels and exceptional service.

“We are very excited about this new collaboration, and we look forward to seeing more of our Majesty Yachts and Nomad Yachts on the shores of Europe, Russia, and Ukraine.”

Founded in Germany in 1970, Drettmann is a family-owned business that focuses on the construction and sales of yachts. The company has built nearly 1,500 new yachts ranging from 10m-55m and around 10,000 boats and yachts have been sold during the 47-year company history.

Superyacht line

Established in 1982, Gulf Craft builds motoryachts ranging from 15m-47m (48ft-155ft). At last year’s Cannes Yachting Festival, the UAE-based boatbuilder presented the Majesty 155, and Majesty 110, two of its latest superyachts. Exhibiting at the Monaco Yacht Show 2016 the firm announced its intentions to expand its portfolio with the Majesty 200 (60m) and the Majesty 175 (53m).