Gulf Craft To Adjust New Yachts To Meet Dubai Water Canal Requirements
Published: Wednesday, 11 January 2017
United Arab Emirates-based shipyard Gulf Craft will meet Dubai Water Canal requirements when it manufactures its flybridge motor yachts. The company’s fleet of Majesty Yachts and Nomad Yachts will all be constructed in accordance with the height limits of Dubai Water Canal, as specified by the regulator, the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
(Photos: Gulf Craft)
It is the shipyard’s ongoing efforts to help Owners seamlessly experience the emirate’s newest waterway, allowing them to sail through the heart of Dubai within the comfort and safety of the canal.
“The manufacturer will build all yachts and boats for use in the UAE in alignment with the waterway’s requirements. By doing this, we ensure that our customers can enjoy all the leisure marine experiences the UAE has to offer,” says Gulf Craft Operations Manager Craig Rodgers at Majesty Yachts and Nomad Yachts facility, adding that the first modified yachts will be available for review at the Dubai International Boat Show Feb 28-Mar 4.
(Photo: Ocean Alliance - GHOST II)
Meanwhile, the shipyard’s 37m yacht GHOST II is available for charter via Ocean Alliance until March in Sydney and Pittwater. Afterwards, GHOST II will head to Hamilton Island and the Whitsundays. Ocean Alliance is taking bookings now for the Endless Summer charter season in Northern Australia. She is also available throughout the internationally-acclaimed AUDI Hamilton Island Race Week Aug 19-26.