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Gulf Craft hands over 41-meter Majesty 135 Lulwa

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Julia Larikova
November 29, 2017

The Emirati shipyard delivered the 41-meter yacht of the Majesty 135 series to a repeat client, who christened her Lulwa.

The yacht notably incorporates “smart home” technology, so that a number of features, such as the audiovisual entertainment system, lighting, and dining facilities, can be remotely controlled using a smartphone application.   

The yacht’s optimized layout features six staterooms for 14 overnight guests, including premium-marbled en-suites. The key amenities in the exterior areas are a curved wet bar, Jacuzzi and a Williams Dieseljet 505 tender on the generously sized sundeck.

Powered by twin MTU 2.600 hp engines, Lulwa is able to achieve a top speed of 16 knots. The 350-gross tonnage superyacht has a range of 3.310 nautical miles at the economical speed of 12 knots. She comes equipped with Zero Speed stabilization, fuel purification and integrated control and monitoring systems.   

This is the second delivery in this month. A few weeks ago Gulf Craft handed over another yacht in the Majesty line, the 39-meter Bliss.

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