Running until the 10th January 2016, the Phuket International Boat Show will display luxury yachts in the water, as well as marine equipment, cars, luxury property and lifestyle goods.
According to Gulf Craft, measuring 32.70m, the Majesty 105 has been designed to fulfil the evolving yachting aspirations of the region’s passionate seafarers, offering sweeping views of the sea through its panoramic windows, expansive outdoor entertaining and lounging areas.
She also offers five en-suite staterooms that can accommodate up to 10 guests, as well as two crew cabins, a spacious aft deck and large hard-topped sun deck.
Gulf Craft’s display at PIMEX 2016 also includes the 17m luxury motor yacht, Majesty 56, and the Majesty 48 yacht, designed for leisure cruising. The brand will also be presenting two of its yachts from the Silvercraft range of fishing boats and family cruisers, the Silvercraft 34 and 36 HT.
Earlier this year, Gulf Craft displayed the largest superyacht fleet at the Qatar International Boat Show, which included its remodelled Silvercraft 31 HT and the 41m Majesty 135 superyacht.
Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft said, “We are witnessing an emerging desire for spending more quality time on water, a trend that has been bolstered by increased spending power, more leisure time, and a rich seafaring heritage.
“South East Asia is home to beautiful waterfront destinations and promising seaside developments, making the region a favourable market for water leisure. Yachting is more than an ostentatious display of wealth; it is a memorable journey that can be shared with friends and family, and our aim is to make that experience accessible to everyone through our wide variety of craft.”
For more information, visit Gulf Craft.