Drettmann sold the next Majesty 100

The super yacht Majesty 100 from the constantly growing shipyard Gulf Craft is gaining more and more popularity worldwide.

Drettmann International, as the exclusive dealer in Europe, Ukraine and Russia, confirms another sale of this series.

The Majesty 100 superyacht will be owned by a community of two well-known Russian families.

This special ownership brings together an experienced yacht veteran and a family new to yachting.

The construction of the new super yacht will take another year and she will finally find her home port in southern France.

Since her first presentation at the Dubai International Boat Show 2017, seven models of the Majesty 100 have been sold worldwide, one of Gulf Craft's first super yachts with a particularly large and attractive sky lounge. The latest order is hull number 8. Gulf Craft currently has four Majesty 100s under construction, with delivery dates extending to 2021.

Built after Rina pleasure, this full GRP superyacht will feature fold-out balconies on both sides and room-high window fronts on the main deck.

The sky lounge on the upper deck allows the owners to use the yacht in almost any climate and enjoy an incomparable open sea view.

In addition, the new Majesty 100 will feature a tender lift at the stern and zero-speed stabilizers.

The power comes from two 1,900 hp MAN engines, which guarantee a top speed of more than 20 knots.

At an economical speed of 12 knots, the super yacht achieves a range of 1,500 nautical miles.

The Majesty 100 offers the highest levels of luxury and comfort, generous seating arrangements and amazing possibilities for individual design.

Its extensive on-board equipment sets it apart from the competition.

"We are constantly developing our product range and models to increase customer satisfaction, exceed standards and deliver a super yacht that is an owner's long-awaited dream," comments Albert Drettmann.


About Drettmann International:

Founded in 1970 in Germany, Drettmann is a family business specialising in the construction and sale of luxury yachts. As with many other companies, the success story began in the garage. The result is a worldwide known brand with an impressive history in yacht building. Under the management of the family business, around 1,500 new yachts between 10m and 55m were built and around 10,000 boats and yachts were sold in the 49-year history of the company.

In 2017, Drettmann expanded its portfolio as a sales partner for Gulf Craft's award-winning yachts for Europe (except France and Monaco), Russia and the Ukraine - another important step towards expansion and internationalisation for the Bremen-based company.

"We want to bring our experience gained over several years to the sector, and we look to Gulf Craft with enthusiasm because we are impressed by the quality of the craftsmanship, as well as by the shipyard's ability to redefine yacht building and raise the standard of luxury on board. "said Albert Drettmann, Managing Director of Drettmann International GmbH.

About Gulf Craft:

Since the founding of the Emirate's pioneering shipyard in 1982, Gulf Craft has continued to delight the world with the best "Made in UAE" luxury yachts and recreational boats. The growing portfolio includes the highly luxurious series of Majesty Yachts, the ocean-going Nomad Yachts, Silvercraft fishing boats and family cruisers, Oryx-Sporty Yachts and Cruisers as well as the Utility series of passenger and multi-purpose transport vehicles.

With a focus on cutting-edge technology, marine engineering, research and development, Gulf Craft relies on its state-of-the-art shipyards in the UAE ocean-going vessels from 27 feet to 175 feet in length.

A working ethos of "innovation with passion" has helped Gulf Craft to become one of the seven leading shipyards in the world, supported by a strong global network spanning Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

Gulf Craft's sees success not as a reward for innovation, but as a motivation to dedicate and engage in a path of difference, creating masterpieces that truly belong to the waters of the world.