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Gulf Craft Announces the Arrival of Majesty 160

As it celebrates its 40th anniversary, the UAE builder has revealed its second-largest superyacht, which follows the Majesty 175 delivered last year.

Gulf Craft unveiled its plans for the all-new Majesty 160, which will be the company’s second largest superyacht and follows the announcement of the Majesty 111 at this year’s Dubai International Boat Show.
Designed by Italy’s Cristiano Gatto, the Majesty 160 goes into production this year at Gulf Craft’s main production facilities in Umm Al Quwain. The UAE builder is renowned for building the world’s largest composite-built production superyacht, the Majesty 175 delivered late last year, also designed by Gatto.
Mohammed Alshaali, the co-founder and Chairman of Gulf Craft, said: “The Majesty 160 is an evolution of our Majesty 155 and follows the new design precedent of our Majesty line-up, which was introduced earlier this year with the Majesty 111.
Cristiano Gatto designed the exterior of the 50m superyacht.

“The Majesty 160 will be our second-largest vessel and will be a class apart in its segment, catering to the needs and requirements of customers through its exceptional design, architecture and state-of-the-art engineering and technological features.”

Dutch studio Van Oossanen Naval Architects handled the hull design of the Majesty 160, which has an overall length of 164ft (50m) and a volume of 498GT. Twin 2,000hp MTU 16V 2000 M87 engines provide a top speed of almost 20 knots and a range of 3,500nm at 12 knots or 4,300nm at 10.8 knots.

The Majesty 160 has two pairs of all speed carbon fin stabilisers, twin 100kW generators and solar panels at the top of the sun deck roof capable of powering one of the generators, so reducing fuel consumption. Read full article

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