Following the announcement of her launch at the beginning of July, Gulf Craft has today released the first images of the 37.3 metre superyacht GHOST II on sea trials. The second vessel in the United Arab Emirates based brand’s Majesty 122 line, she has been built for an Australian client secured by Gulf Craft’s Australian distributor, Australian Superyachts.
Designed in her entirety by the in-house team at the shipyard, she accommodates up to 12 guests on board across five luxurious staterooms. Amongst her notable features are her spacious flybridge as well as panoramic windows designed to fill the interior with natural light whilst providing spectacular views.
Her new owner intends to use her for chartering in the Australian market, and so Ghost II was built adhering to strict Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) Class 2C, 1E and 1D Commercial Vessel Survey regulations. Based in Sydney, she will be available upon delivery to charter along the East Coast of the country.
Media Credit to Superyacht Times.
GHOST II ON SEA TRIALS