The Majesty 100 turns out to be a new bestseller for the Gulf Craft shipyard: Drettmann International and its Russian partner Jonacor Marine, sales partner of the brand from the United Arab Emirates, sold hull number seven of the model to an experienced Russian owner; three more Majesty 100s are already under construction.
The Russian owner, motivated by the comfort, layout and seaworthiness of the Majesty 100, christened the yacht "Piterland III". She is currently being shipped to Gibraltar, where the owner will unload her and then travel on board through Europe before mooring in Eastern Europe.
Presented for the first time at the Dubai International Boat Show 2017, the Majesty 100 is 31.70 metres long, 7.10 metres wide and has a draught of 1.70 metres. She has a displacement of around 123 tonnes and a fuel capacity of 15,700 litres. With two MAN engines, each with 1900 hp, the Majesty 100 achieves a top speed of over 20 knots. At a speed of twelve knots, she has a range of 1500 nautical miles.
The yacht's standard features include two folding balconies on both sides of the aft deck, room-high glazing in the saloon of the main deck and a sky lounge on the upper deck, allowing owners to use the yacht in almost any climate. The layout includes five cabins, with the owner's cabin on the main deck and four guest suites on the lower deck.
As with all Majesty yachts, the interior has been personalised to the owner's specifications.
About Drettmann International
Drettmann was founded in 1970 in Germany and is a family business focusing on the construction and sale of luxury yachts. Under the direction of Drettmann International, a total of 1500 newbuilds with lengths of up to 55 metres were built; in the 49-year history of the company, around 10,000 boats and yachts have been sold.
In 2017 Drettmann expanded its portfolio as the exclusive sales partner of the Gulf Craft shipyard for a large part of Europe, Russia and the Ukraine - another important step towards expansion and internationalisation for the Bremen-based company.
"We are impressed by the quality of the craftsmanship and the shipyard's ability to redefine yachting. The brand suits us perfectly," says Albert Drettmann, Managing Director of Drettmann International GmbH.
Founded in 1982, the steadily growing portfolio of the shipyard from the United Arab Emirates currently comprises the Majesty Yachts megayacht line (up to 175 feet), the ocean-going Nomad Yachts (55 to 95 feet), fishing and family boats from Silvercraft (31 to 48 feet), Oryx sports yachts (27 to 43 feet) as well as the Utility series of passenger and multi-purpose transport ships (31 to 56 feet).