The Majesty 111 expands the horizon of design, engineering, architecture, and technical features. A joint effort between Gulf Craft and Netherlands-based Phathom Studio, the Majesty 111 features a meticulously designed tri-deck configuration and a functional ‘mid-century modern’ design language that follows function, offering a seamless indoor-outdoor connection and strong adaptiveness for the charter market to appeal to a broader audience.
Optimised livability and the seamless indoor-outdoor connection are achieved with large and tall expanses of glazing, nearly 40% more than a typical sub-101 ft yacht. The smart configuration sets the stage for a light and airy atmosphere in the interiors and unrestricted exterior views throughout various segregated social zones on the various decks.
The main deck features a spacious salon, dining area, and fully-equipped galley. At the forward end, the owner’s stateroom features a mesmerising skylight into the upper deck plunge pool creating wonderful reflections while pouring in natural light.
The Majesty 111 features a 6-cabin layout – 5 plush lower deck guest cabins and a 15sqm forward VIP cabin, a first in its size segment that redefines spatial planning. It features a large open deck for configurable furniture arrangements, an asymmetric sky lounge with 270-degree panoramic views, a foredeck plunge pool, and ample storage spaces inside and outside for marine toys – a 4m+ tender and a jet ski at the swim platform are effortlessly integrated.
Advanced technology, innovation, energy, sustainable solutions, and optimised hull design enable the Majesty 111 to attain top performance at cruising speed with available power and the least possible fuel consumption. This efficiency allows for longer, further cruises to offshore destinations in the Far East, French Polynesia, Australia, etc.
With an actual LOA of 110 ft 10 in (34.10 m), a 6-cabin layout, and 240 GT, Majesty 111 is the perfect yacht for various cruising scenarios. Further, the signature semi-displacement hull platform facilitates colossal interior volumes on a sub 300GT vessel without sacrificing performance.
A well-appointed galley, separate anchor deck for ease of mooring and crew operation, generous crew cabins (5/6 crew in three cabins), and lounge under MLC compliance developed by keeping crew feedback in mind make her a quintessential vessel in highly commercial cruising grounds.
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