Drettmann sells another Majesty 100

The year 2020 has a promising start for Drettmann Yachts: shortly before boot Düsseldorf, a Russian customer ordered a Majesty 100 from the Bremen-based yacht specialists.

With the Majesty 100, Gulf Craft lists a very successful model in its portfolio. Drettmann Yachts, European distributor of the shipyard from the United Arab Emirates, currently sold the construction number ten of the Majesty 100 in cooperation with Jonacor Marine. Claudia Drettmann commented: "This is a nice start into the new decade. The Russian customer has negotiated with us for a long time and is now getting his dream yacht in a timely manner." He had gotten a taste for it with another Majesty 100 owner, a friend of his, but in addition to that yacht he is having a wellness room with sauna built into his 100.

The Majesty 100, first presented at the Dubai International Boat Show 2017, is 31.70 metres long, 7.10 metres wide and has a draught of 1.70 metres. Her displacement is around 123 tonnes and her fuel capacity 15,700 litres. Two MAN engines with 1,900 hp each push the Majesty 100 to a top speed of over 20 knots. At a speed of twelve knots she has a range of 1,500 nautical miles.

Standard features of the yacht include two folding balconies on either side of the aft deck, floor-to-ceiling glazing in the saloon on the main deck and a sky lounge on the upper deck, which allows owners to use the yacht in almost any climate.

Drettmann Yachts will also be providing detailed information about the complete Gulf Craft range at boot Düsseldorf, which will take place from 18 to 26 January. The information stand in Hall 7a (E02) will feature models of the Majesty 100, Majesty 122, Majesty 140 and Nomad 75, among others. "These sizes," says Albert Drettmann, "are ideally suited to the Mediterranean, where most of our customers have their yachts.“

Of course, the yacht specialists from Bremen will also provide detailed information about the Gulf Craft flagship, the Majesty 175, which will be launched this year and is a real world cruiser with her 54 metres. Albert Drettmann also emphasizes the good price-performance ratio of Gulf Craft in this size class. "On the entire world market, you can't actually find better offers in the newbuild sector."

Other eye-catchers at the Drettmann stand will be the Bandido 80 and Bandido 110 models. The Bandido Yachts line, a Drettmann own-brand, serves customers who want to have a completely individual Explorer built. Drettmann Yachts has unrivalled experience in this genre. Under the direction of the Bremen-based company, not only have 1,000 flybridge yachts up to over 40 metres in length already been built, but 26 Explorer between 20 and over 52 metres in length have also been delivered.


For further inquiries, appointments and further information:

Drettmann Yachts GmbH
Arberger Hafendamm 22

28309 Bremen | Germany
Phone +49 421.56607-0


About Drettmann Yachts

Drettmann was founded in Germany in 1970 and is a family business that focuses on the construction and sale of luxury yachts. A total of 1500 newbuildings with lengths up to 55 metres have been built under the direction of Drettmann International; in the 49-year history of the company, around 10 000 boats and yachts have been sold.

With Bandido Yachts, Drettmann operates its own brand for custom yachts, expanded its portfolio in 2017 as the exclusive sales partner of the Gulf Craft shipyard for a large part of Europe, Russia and the Ukraine, and in 2019 became the northern German dealer for motor boats from the Bavaria shipyard. www.drettmann.com