Majesty’s 175 tri-deck 490-tonne megayacht will have trans-Atlantic capability and over 4,000 nautical miles range

Originally introduced to the public during the Monaco Yacht Show in 2016, Majesty’s new 54m flagship is well underway at the builder’s Umm Al Quwain facility in the UAE, with delivery scheduled by the end of 2019.

The Majesty 175 tri-deck 490-tonne megayacht will have trans-Atlantic capability and over 4,000 nautical miles range. When complete, she will be the largest megayacht in the world to be built fully as a Commercial Yacht over 500 GT (gross tonnes) using advanced composite materials and certified in full compliance with the MCA LY3 Code.

The Majesty 175 is being developed in collaboration with Italian naval architect Massimo Gregory from Yankee Delta Design Studio based in Milan. Her exterior styling and interior design are the works of Italian designer Christian Gatto. There’s emphasis on substantial lounging and entertainment areas, highlighted by a beach club aft.

A voluminous design expertly incorporates a seven-cabin layout. It features a private owner’s suite on the upper deck and VIP accommodation on the main deck. Enlarged windows and increased levels of light create a modern ambience throughout the yacht and ensure full interaction with the outside environment.

The 175 featrues a pool on the foredeck and a jacuzzi at the back of the upper deck.

In another move, Drettmann International, the exclusive Gulf Craft dealer for Europe, Russia and Ukraine, has sold another Majesty 100 superyacht. The yacht will be owned by a community of two well-known Russian families. This special ownership brings together an experienced yacht veteran and a family new to yachting. The construction of the new superyacht will take another year and she will finally find her home port in the South of France.

This is the eighth sale of a Majesty 100 since it was launched at the Dubai International Boat Show in 2017 and it extends the build programme for this model to 2021.

Gulf Craft recently exhibited at the Dubai Boat Show where it launched six new yachts and boats from its Nomad Yachts, Oryx and Silvercraft brands.