Gulf Craft sells its biggest-ever project...

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Gulf Craft sells its biggest-ever project...

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The UAE-based yachtbuilder has found a client for its Majesty 135, which started last year ‘on spec’.


Gulf Craft subsidiary Majesty Yachts has signed a contract for a Majesty 135, which is in build at its Sharjah facility n the UAE. She is a trideck with flying bridge and twin 3,400hp MTUs. She will be fully MCA compliant and certified by Bureau Veritas. Her launch will be in 2011.
“The sale of the Majesty 135 is a great example of confidence in the marine market,” says Erwin Bamps, Gulf Craft’s CEO. “We have always maintained that the industry has remained buoyant in the Middle East, especially for a strong, trusted and debt-free brand like Gulf Craft.”
Gulf Craft is the Middle East’s and Asia’s largest producer of fiberglass boats and yachts, exporting over 70 per cent of its production to 40 countries through the Majesty Yachts, Oryx and Silvercraft brands. Founded in The United Arab Emirates in 1982, Gulf Craft today produces vessels ranging from 20 feet runabouts and sport fishing boats up to the Majesty 135; it has a production capacity of more than 500 boats a year.

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