Gulf Craft is showcasing its yachts Majesty 122 and Nomad 65 at the Sydney International Boat Show (Cockle Bay Marina, Sydney Exhibition Centre – Darling Harbour, August 3rd to 7th), which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Gulf Craft will exhibit yachts specifically designed for comfortable long-distance cruising, such as the 37.5-metre Majesty 122 (Ghost II), which is having her debut as biggest vessel to be displayed at the Sydney International Boat Show, and the Nomad 65.
“Australia’s market continues to grow in importance for Gulf Craft with an increase in the number of yachts and boats sold and delivered to the continent, emphasizing our position as builders for a global audience,” said Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft.
“With access to stunning coastlines and pristine waters, Australian sea-farers have a deep knowledge and appreciation for boating. We take great pleasure in noting an increased demand from down under for well-built products that meet both safety requirements and world class standards.”
Majesty 122 was built with the Australian charter market in mind, and she adheres to Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) Class 2C, 1E and 1D Commercial Vessel Survey regulations.
The sleek-looking superyacht combines long-distance capabilities with family friendly features, providing accommodation across five en-suite staterooms. Majesty 22 offers state-of-the art technology and engineering, a fully equipped galley, generous interior and panoramic views from her extended balcony.
Another remarkable feature is the garage providing enough space to house a Castoldi 5-metre tender and a jet ski.
The yacht won three prestigious awards, Best Asian Built Yacht award at the 2015 Asia Pacific Boating Awards, the Best Yacht Installation award and the 2015 CEDIA Awards, and the Quality and Value Award at the 2016 World Superyacht Awards.
The yacht Nomad 65, a “mini-explorer and “SUV of the Sea”, will be on display at the Sydney International Boat Show for the second time, this year.
“The Nomad 65 was extremely well received at last year’s show; it is an ideal fit for the Australian market which is why we’ve put it back on display again this year,” said Bamps.
Mixing performance, functionality, and usability, Nomad 65 doesn’t compromise on passenger experience. Her main deck houses numerous amenities, while spacious lounge and dining area enable owners and guests to interact with the captain as they sit back and enjoy the water.
“Gulf Craft is the only international manufacturer of superyachts that has successfully delivered fully compliant superyachts built directly to strict Australian Commercial Vessel safety standards,” noted Captain Richard Morris of Australian Superyachts, Gulf Craft’s exclusive distributor in Australia. “It gives us great pleasure to distribute commercially certified vessels of this calibre, not only do they meet the highest safety standards but also offer a range of fiscal benefits that significantly reduce acquisition and running costs, and attaining higher resale prices.”
Plenty of visitors are expected to pay a visit to Gulf Craft’s stand at the exhibition to experience both the yachts Majesty 122 and Nomad 65.