Gulf Craft has recently launched the second of its Majesty 122 series of superyachts, Ghost II. The 37m vessel is due to shortly complete its sea trials, to then be delivered to its Australian owner in Sydney. The vessel is to be made available for charter on the east coast of Australia shortly after delivery.
Designed in-house by the Gulf Craft Design Studio, Ghost II’s hull is finished in jet black and its interior offers “luxurious” accommodation for up to 12 guests over five staterooms.
Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft said, “With commodious interiors, state-of-the-art technology, and panoramic windows offering breath taking views of gliding seascapes, the Majesty 122 is essentially a floating resort that promises passengers a memorable journey. The superyacht combines powerful engineering with contemporary design, allowing holidaymakers to take the home-away-from-home experience to the world’s most exotic cruising destinations.”
The build comes after the first Majesty 122 was launched in March last year. The yacht is completed in compliance with RINA Commercial Yacht Charter Class specifications as well as those of Cayman Islands MCA LY3, ensuring it is well-suited for chartering.
For more information, visit Gulf Craft.