Published: Thursday, 30 November 2017

A repeat Gulf Craft customer has taken delivery of the Majesty 135 superyacht and named her ‘Lulwa’. The buyer is also the owner of a long-range motor yacht from the Emirati firm’s Nomad Yachts series, launched in early 2015.

Gulf Craft Delivers Lulwa To Repeat Client 1

(Photo: Gulf Craft - Lulwa)

Lulwa has a large sundeck featuring a curved wet bar, Jacuzzi and a Williams Dieseljet 505 tender. Jet skis can be launched from the forward peak crane, while a beach club-styled deck at water level is the spot for friends and family to relax.

Other facilities include a hot tub in the master en-suite, a cold storage room and the main saloon-side balcony.

Notis Menelaou, Vice President of Sales of the Emirati yacht and boat builder, said: “The Majesty 135 boasts exceptional features in every aspect.

“The volume that is offered on the Majesty 135 is not seen in any yacht of its size, while her innovative layout takes her to a class of its own.

“Its design exemplifies the innovation, advanced engineering, attention to detail, and reliability on which the Majesty Yachts brand has built its reputation.”

The megayacht is powered by twin MTU 2,600 HP engines and can achieve a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots.

The 350GT yacht has a range of 3,310nm when operated at the economical speed of 12 knots. Technical features include zero speed stabilisation, fuel purification, and an integrated control and monitoring system.

“We aim to exceed expectations and to give our valued clients the exceptional customer service they deserve, and, clearly, it keeps them coming back,” said Menelaou.

“This commitment to the level of customer service, alongside our proficiency in naval architecture and top-quality construction, is what sets us apart from other shipyards.”

Menelaou added: “As Gulf Craft evolves and confidently enters the megayacht market, it is a pleasure to grow alongside our long-standing customers and cater to their changing requirements.”

The Majesty 135 features ‘smart home’ technology. A number of features can be controlled remotely using a smartphone app, including the audiovisual entertainment system, lighting, and dining and cockpit tables.