Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
Marina Wonder the Gulf Craft Majesty 125 Will Debut at Monaco Yacht Show
Destined for the French Riviera and a spot at this years Monaco Yacht Show is Marina Wonder the second Majesty 125 to be built in the range from Gulf Craftwere the 125 is itself the second largest model
Built at the company’s manufacturing facility in the United Arab Emirates the superyacht’s exterior has a white superstructure, prairie beige hull and a sky-blue fender line, reminiscent of her sister yacht built as an investment by a French businessman who has had the yacht in active charter in the south of France since 2010.
The similarity comes as no surprise when you learn that the yachts new European owner was among the first to charter during the closing stages of 2010. So impressed was he with Grenadine III the yacht he chartered he telephoned Erwin Bamps the COO of Gulf Craft and ordered his own to be built
This latest yacht has however been semi-custom built for its owner, and features not only a bespoke interior, but also a modified exterior plan, with Jacuzzi and sun beds at the upper deck, favouring an enhanced seating arrangement on the fly-bridge.
Customised teak decking and outdoor tables characterise the design aesthetic, in accordance with the owner’s taste. The yacht is furthermore defined by the same multitude of outdoor relaxation and entertainment areas both aft and in the forward area.
The main interior theme is one of warm American cherry wood, richly decorated with an assorted variety of Onyx marble types combined with Light Crema marfil and Azul Cielo.
The five Staterooms, including the main deck Owner’s Suite offer superb ocean views – even from the en suite Jacuzzi tub – and are all bathed in a luxury of soft furnishings and woollen carpets. Elsewhere onboard, solid white oak French parquet, recesses for sculptures and artwork and graceful design details spread throughout the entire interior of its 3 decks breathe elegance and exclusivity into the entire yacht.
Designed for potential long stays aboard, the yacht not only provides ample cold and dry storage space, but is also equipped with appliances by De Dietrich and Miele, motorised curtains and the now almost common fully integrated centralised audio visual system with Kaleidescape video servers.
Six crew and a captain serve 10 guests onboard, and the aft garage provides storage for two tenders, offering flexibility for crew and passenger movement at anchor.