The 47 metre Majesty 155 is the biggest superyacht yet to emerge from Emirates shipyard Gulf Craft. The Majesty Yachts range starts at 14.5 metres and did reach 41 metres, until now. Four years of gestation have wrought this new flagship, a fine-looking craft from the pen of naval architect Massimo Gregori Grgic of Yankee Delta Studio in Italy. The Majesty 155’s hull design allows for low fuel consumption, long-range capability, and incredible comfort. In addition to offering substantial space, the 9.6 metre beam allows for an even greater stability. The hull design was tank-tested in Italy, and the actual ship proves to perform above all expectations. She is easy to handle, stable, and quiet, leaving minimum wakes behind.
Spread luxuriantly over three decks, the accommodation makes maximum use of the volume available. The Owner’s Stateroom is positioned forward on the main deck, its en suite stretching across the full beam and featuring a mirror that doubles up as a big-screen TV. Furnished using only premium fabrics and leathers, with countertops made from Cappuccino Onyx and Crema Marfil marble, each and every design element exudes supreme elegance. The dedicated cigar lounge within the owner’s stateroom features a ceiling crafted from genuine cigar leaves, adding a delicate but artistic touch to the room’s alluring design. There’s a fold-down balcony accessed via sliding doors, but that generous beam has allowed this terrace to extend inwards as well as outwards.
The recessed area creates a small private outdoor area that can be used while cruising rather than just at rest as is the case with most folding balconies – allowing owners to enjoy panoramic seascapes from the privacy of their own room at any point during the journey. Designed and built in the UAE, the Majesty 155 combines refined elegance and class with a unmatched hospitality. Flashes of her geographical heritage can be found in the fountain on the fly-bridge or the complex mosaics around the spa pool.