On February 20, Gulf Craft announced the official launch of the 37-meter tri-deck Majesty 120.
The launch of the Majesty 120 represents the latest chapter in the story of a project that was first announced during the Monaco Yacht Show 2019 by Mohammed H. Alshaali, Executive Chairman. Constructed using advanced composites such as GRP and carbon fibre, the Majesty 120 is one of the company’s most highly anticipated projects to date.
In a series of engineering breakthroughs for Gulf Craft, the superyacht is the first-ever Majesty Yacht model to have its onboard equipment fully electrically powered, with no hydraulic systems being used. The result is a noise-free environment and a less demanding maintenance lifespan. Only the engines and generators remain powered by conventional diesel methods.
The superyacht’s dynamic exterior profile features angular lines and contemporary styling. The shipyard’s in-house design team followed the new DNA of Majesty Yachts – Superyacht Collection as featured on the award-winning Majesty 140. One of the key features onboard is the vast sun deck space, which is 30 per cent larger than yachts in its class.
The Italian studio of Cristiano Gatto Design Team undertook the interior design, following their collaboration with Gulf Craft in the design of the Majesty 175 and the interior of the Majesty 140. The team worked to a brief that called for a minimalistic yacht to meet international tastes, resulting in a modern and contemporary interior design.
Onboard, the Majesty 120 accommodates up to 11 guests across five spacious staterooms in a first-of-its-kind asymmetric layout. A total of seven crew are also accommodated onboard.
The Majesty 120 has a confirmed Gross Tonnage of 290 GT and is powered by twin MTU 2,600 hp each. The total length of the superyacht is 37 metres (120’), it has a beam of 8.10 metres (26’) and a draft of 2.00 metres (7’).