The smallest yacht in Majesty’s superyacht range, Gulf Craft's Majesty Yachts 100 was launched in March of this year and made its European debut at Cannes

Debuted in Europe at the Cannes Boat Show, Gulf Craft’s Majesty Yachts 100 may be the smallest in the range but at 104ft 1in (31.7m) and 123 tonnes, and with space on board for five ensuite cabins, its superyacht intentions are clear to see.

Though the styling is relatively restrained there is some real innovation on board, like the top deck sky lounge, which offers guests the comfort of an air-conditioned saloon or an outdoor living area to soak up the sun.

Gulf Craft Majesty Yachts 100 stern view
For the best of both worlds, all of the enclosed sky lounge’s windows slide down so you can cut the air-con and let nature provide the climate control while enjoying unbroken elevated views.
A central staircase forward leads down to the pilothouse, which overlooks a broad, flat foredeck complete with tables and a sunpad.
Beneath this is the master cabin, located forward on the main deck with its own access in a private spot a deck above the guest accommodation. From outside the main deck windows appear to run seamlessly from the saloon into the master cabin, delivering superb views from both.

Gulf Craft Majesty Yachts 100 owner's stateroom

The lower deck is home to four guest ensuites – two twins and two doubles – as well as a pair of crew cabins in the forward section and a crew mess and captain’s cabin sandwiched between the guest suites and machinery space amidships.

Gulf-Craft has used V-drives not only to maximise the amount of living space available on the lower deck, but also to keep the noise and vibration to a minimum throughout.
A pair of MAN 1,900hp motors gives a top speed of 23 knots.

 

At a glance…

LOA:104ft 11in (31.7m)
Waterline Length: 87ft 7in (26.72m)
Beam: 23ft 4in (7.1m)
Engines: Twin MAN 1,900hp Top speed 23 knots
Price: from US$6.5m ex VAT
Contact: Gulf-Craft