Dubai, February 18, 2009: Gulf Craft Inc, one of the world’s leading boat and yacht manufacturers, is celebrating the recent delivery of its third Majesty 121 yacht from its UAE shipyard.
‘The announcement marks an extraordinary achievement for the luxury yacht manufacturer, which has 27 years of fiberglass boatbuilding experience and which has now delivered three Majesty 121 yachts since the model’s official announcement at the 2008 Dubai International Boat Show. “The Majesty 121 has been designed to set a new standard for super yacht construction and has followed in the steps of its predecessor, the Majesty 118, which has been delivered over the years to customers in the super yacht havens of the French Riviera and Fort Lauderdale in the U.S,” said Erwin Bamps, Executive Manager, Gulf Craft Inc.“Our 1,600 staff are working overtime to deliver on time the high quality, luxurious yachts customers are accustomed to from Gulf Craft. Since its official launch to the general public ten months ago the Majesty 121 yacht has quickly become a firm favourite among super yacht enthusiasts and has proven to one of our best sellers,” added Erwin.The Majesty 121 is a true super yacht, from the immaculate exterior styling and the no-compromise naval engineering to the exquisite interior workmanship. Built under rigorous class inspection, the Majesty Super Yachts contain an extensive host of amenities and feature the latest high-tech entertainment facilities, to ensure unrivalled ocean-going luxury. “Our ability to keep up with the ongoing demand for Gulf Craft yachts has enabled us to firmly establish ourselves in the super yacht category and we are currently seeing an increase in interest in our super yachts from markets as far as the U.S. Our production rate is as high as ever before in order to ensure that we fulfill our delivery targets and continue to provide our customers with quality, value for money yachts on time,” added Bamps.Gulf Craft will once again be the largest exhibitor at the Dubai International Boat Show taking place between 3 -7 March 2009.