“I look forward to more Happy Days onboard, as it feels like home to me.” This is what the owner of the newest Majesty 122 had to say at the launch ceremony at the Gulf Craft shipyard. The play on his yacht’s name aside, this three-time Majesty Yachts customer is in good spirits for good reason.
For instance, while his megayacht is the third hull in the series, she is the first with an enclosed upper deck. As a result, from this point forward, the Majesty 122 is available as a Sport (open-deck) design or Sky Lounge design. The 124-footer (37.8-meter), whose bigger sisters include the Majesty 140, still features a raised pilothouse, however.
Yet another reason the owner of Happy Days is content: the semi-custom design. “Working with their interior design studio was an enjoyable experience as we built my yacht’s interior,” he says. Although illustrations are not available, the megayacht has five staterooms, including a main-deck master suite. Since the side decks do not flank the suite, it makes good use of the 25’5” (7.75-meter) beam. And, amplifying the spacious feel in the saloon, a balcony deploys on the starboard side.
Of course, the all-fiberglass Majesty 122 Sky Lounge has more comfortable relaxation space under cover one deck up. Owners and guests still get shade onboard the Sport version, however, since it has a fixed hardtop. Additionally, in both arrangements, owners and guests can enjoy an alfresco bar just aft.
Additionally featuring four crew cabins split fore and aft on the lower deck, Happy Days has a tender garage. Getting to anchorages should be quick work, too, since twin 1,900-hp MANs should allow a top speed around 20 knots.
The owner summed up launch day this way: “Gulf Craft’s pedigree and build-quality have been the driving reason for my return. When I’m with Gulf Craft, I’m in good hands from all aspects of yachting.”
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