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Julia Larikova
November 3, 2017
This week Gulf Craft delivered the 39-meter Majesty 125 to a repeat customer from the Persian Gulf, who named her Bliss. This is the fifth model in the Majesty 125 line, that was launched in 2010. The new yacht features a highly customized interior and exterior styling.

Built with her owner’s preferences in mind, Majesty 125 accommodates up to 14 guests in her spacious interior, measuring 290 GT. The living areas feature high-quality hand-fitted furniture, as well as ebony, white oak and maple finishes and paneling.

The yacht boasts a master suite, equipped with Bang & Olufsen ‘smart home’ audiovisual system, and a private spa deck. Her other distinctive amenities include an al fresco dining, upper deck’s bar and Jacuzzi, yacht-wide Wi-Fi connectivity and custom LED yacht lightning by Savage and Cantalupi.

As with the previous versions in the Majesty 125 series, Bliss is also built from a GRP hull and superstructure. Powered by a pair of 2,600hp MTU engines, the yacht has a maximum speed of 22 knots, a cruising speed of 17 knots and a range of 3000 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Majesty is a brand of luxury fly-bridge yachts with a range of boats from 15 to 47 meters. In 2016 Gulf Craft announced its Majesty 200 and Majesty 175 projects at the Monaco Yacht Show, thus, marking its entry into the global league of mega-yachts manufacturers. Later, at the Dubai International Boat Show 2017 the Emirates-based shipyard presented its first sky-lounge superyacht Majesty 100.