In the rarified world of the ultra-rich, you can never have too much of a good thing.
So for those who regard a 47 metre long luxury yacht as too undersized to be taken seriously, the UAE boat builder Gulf Craft has the answer. The company has just announced plans to enter the exclusive club of megayachts manufacturers – those that build boats of more than 50 metres in length.
The announcement was made at the Monaco Yacht Show, where Ajman-based Gulf Craft revealed the new concept designs for its 61m Majesty 200 and the 53m Majesty 175, both to be bult to order and to the owner’s specific customisations. Both ships top the firm’s current largest, the 47m Majesty 155, which you could walk away with for a baseline price of US$25 million at last year’ prices.
The company will join the likes of the Dutch firm Feadship, which builds megayachts of up to 100m long, and Lürssen, a German family firm that makes luxury craft up to 150m in length.
Gulf Craft, which was founded in 1982, says the Majesty 200 is its most ambitious move into the world of megayachts, and will be built using the latest engineering technology. Meanwhile, the Majesty 175 will be built using advanced composites, expanding the possibilities of using such material for the production of megayachts.
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