The Ruler of Umm Al Quwain, Sheikh Saud bin Rashid Al Mu’alla, launches the Majesty 155.
A yacht that will easily be the envy of your yacht club pals, it cost AED 90 million, has 2 jet skis, 10 bedrooms, can easily host a party for as many as 250 people, and is 155 feet in length.
Sold to the super wealthy resident of GCC, this yacht is currently the biggest in the Arabian world.
The chairman of the company that built this yacht, Mohammed Al Ahaali of Umm Al Quwain, said that this yacht was built specifically to accommodate the needs of its owner. It can easily be used to travel from one country to another or from one continent to another. This yacht was built for speed, fuel efficiency, and to travel long distances.
With 4,200 nautical miles in range and twin 2,011 HP engines, this vessel can travel at 16 knots, which is its highest speed.
A crew consisting of 11 people and a captain is required to keep this three-floor yacht floating, however, the owner will barely notice their presence from his cigar lounge with a ceiling made of tobacco leaves.
According to Gulf Craft’s chief executive, Erwin Bamps, their boats are built keeping all the client’s expectations in mind. This ship is meant to be like a resort where people can relax.
This yacht took a total of 2.5 years to be built, and it also includes several extravagant fittings, as such as premium leather and fabric, countertops of marble and onyx, a special water feature that falls gently from the back of the sundeck into the spa bath, and water taps which cost AED 100,000 each.
Sheikh Saud bin Rashid Al Mu’allah was present when his yacht was launched in the dockyard on Saturday.
A second superyacht which will rival the Majesty 155 is currently being built, according to Mr. Al Shaali.