Dubai / Emirates Business
Gulf Craft is preparing to make a lasting impression at the upcoming Dubai International Boat Show, as the shipyard plans to commemorate 35 years of yacht and boat building excellence with the largest showcase it has ever presented at the regionâ€™s premier marine luxury, leisure, and lifestyle event.
The industry trailblazer will be featuring an impressive line-up of yachts and boats, ranging from 31 feet (9.5m) to 155 feet (47m) from across its diverse portfolio of leisure craft. Among the marvelous selection on display is the second edition of Gulf Craftâ€™s flagship Majesty 155, which will be showcased for the first time at the show and in the region. The builder is also planning a number of exciting global debuts, all of which deploy the latest advancements in engineering and technology.
â€œThis yearâ€™s edition of the Dubai International Boat Show marks a new page in our companyâ€™s history, not only because of the range of innovations that we will have on display, but also because of the quality of craft being showcased,â€ said Mohammed Hussein Al Shaali, Chairman of Gulf Craft. â€œOur successful participation in the Cannes and Monaco yacht shows, where we presented our flagship Majesty 155 and tri-deck Majesty 110, together with our recently announced partnership with Germany-based Drettmann, has generated far-reaching global interest, and we expect to receive more than 200 VIP guests from around the world, and over 500 from the UAE, at our home event this year.â€
The pioneering shipyard recently announced its venture into the exciting world of megayachts with the recent unveiling of the Majesty 175 and Majesty 200 design concepts in Monaco. Guests can visit Gulf Craft at stand number MD-30 at the Dubai International Boat Show, which takes place from February 28 to March 4, at the Dubai International Marine Club, Mina Seyahi. Last year, the show attracted more than 30,000 visitors from across 120 countries, with over 840 international, regional, and local exhibitors from more than 55 countries expected to participate in the 2017 edition.