The first set of sea trials for the Majesty 120 concluded this week, with the builder confident she will see hand over to her owner right on schedule this month. The megayacht is the first Majesty Yachts project to use electrically driven systems more than hydraulic systems. In fact, those electrical systems will undergo more
Mostly Middle Eastern buyers will get the first looks at the Majesty 120 when she makes her global premiere at the Dubai International Boat Show in mid-March. Just launched on February 18, the trideck megayacht is the newest model from Majesty Yachts. Featuring five staterooms for an owner’s party of 11, the yacht employs carbon
Since she debuted at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show last autumn, the Majesty 140 has been educating Americans about Majesty Yachts. The 16-year-old brand initiated as a way to deliver flying-bridge yachts to clientele primarily in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe. However, thanks to the appetite for megayachts with quick delivery, eminently flexible
Come March 2020, the first hull in the Majesty 120 megayacht series should be ready for delivery. Equally noteworthy, the yacht is the first Majesty Yachts project to avoid hydraulic systems as much as possible in favor of electrically driven ones. The Majesty 120 marked the joining of her hull and superstructure earlier this month.
Dubai-based Gulf Craft has been building the Majesty Yachts lineup of megayachts since 1997. The only yacht builder in its region, it has attracted clients across the Middle East as well as Europe and the Asia Pacific region. However, Majesty Yachts has not, until now, marketed to American buyers. The brand is kicking off its
Sixty years ago, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) was a mere fraction of what it is today. It covered just one site, in fact, and featured a few dozen boats. By contrast, from October 30 to November 3, FLIBS spreads over seven locations. In addition, it has six miles of floating docks. Many