, 2022-08-09 00:26:25,
Sky-lounge deck, folding balconies on both sides, enormous glass windows and a beach club make the Majesty 100 every superyacht enthusiast’s dream vessel. From the moment you set foot on its deck, there is no doubt about its pedigree and build quality.
Fancy Nautica stepped onboard 32.5-metre Gulf Craft Majesty 100, Legacy at the Sydney International Boat Show with Captain Richard Morris. He is a very experienced mariner and broker, starting his nautical career at 17 and was the youngest ever superyacht Captain at 27 years old. Richard is also known in the industry for being the first to bring superyachts to the land down under.
Also the Managing Director of Australian Superyachts, Richard Morris spoke with presenter Iolande Skinner From The Deck about Legacy, the largest superyacht at the Sydney International Boat Show, to explain why it’s one of the most popular charter yachts in Australia.
The biggest in show [is] a Majesty 100 by Gulf Craft. We have two of them in Australia now, they’re excellent charter yachts, very successful charter yachts.
Captain Richard Morris, Managing Director, Australian Superyachts
Legacy includes eucalyptus panelling at the specific request of the owner, highlighting one of the major advantages of purchasing from Gulf Craft. Every one of their yachts is completely customisable, all surfaces are able to be fitted with different materials, marble, timber veneer and stone among the options for interior finishings.
Australian Superyachts is the exclusive Australian distributor of Gulf Craft, the seventh largest yacht builder in the world by metres per year, employing 1,500 staff and renowned for delivering top-tier yachts and superyachts. The heart of the Majesty 100 has to be the enormous saloon which can be converted into a dance floor, fitting 70 people.
This interior space opens out onto a splendid exterior aft deck area which hosts a small bar and can accommodate a jacuzzi, depending on the buyer’s wishes. A full beam main deck master suite provides owners with a sense of space and comfort. It has the obligatory walk-in robe and ensuite plus huge windows providing seascape vistas.
The spectacularly appointed luxury pleasure craft is able to accommodate 12 guests in five modern suites. Legacy can host six crew while on charter and can accommodate up to 105 of your closest family…
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