Sailed: Majesty 110 Superyacht

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From the moment we board the cavernous Majesty 110 via the aft transformer platform, we’re immediately filled with a sense of awe at just how large-feeling this 33m superyacht really is.

The spacious garage is the first key feature to be noticed; complete with the now almost mandatory Seadoo Jet-Ski R60rs and 385 Williams rigid inflatable tender – both of which can be easily launched with the help of the superyacht’s crew – the area even manages to accommodate an emergency steering position and a docking station set off to the side.

Moving forward to the main deck, we are immediately impressed by the spacious shaded cockpit with a teak dining table and a sunbathing area that extends out from the aft seating area. Entering the main living area, the deep panoramic windows afford an outstanding view to the outside while allowing ample sunlight to cascade into the interior. There is a seating area aft with a generously sized 75” BeoVision Avant TV and a sliding door on the starboard side that leads to the fold-down balcony area, which protrudes over the sea, allowing landscape views even better than those afford through the windows.

Situated just forward of the main living area, the large dining area is can accommodate 12 people and has plenty of sea-fastening cupboards to store the cutlery set – perfect for those who love to host. Starboard side of the dining area is a corridor with access to the owner’s stateroom and wheelhouse on the upper deck, four guest staterooms on the lower deck, while the gym room and the forward VIP guest stateroom are on the main deck.

For your most important visitors, the VIP guest stateroom is an accommodation fit for the most discerning of guests. Featuring deep panoramic windows and state-of-the-art Bang & Olufsen entertainment system, the luxurious cabin comes equipped with a queen-size bed and elegant marble en suite fitted entirely in marble. And if you thought that was impressive, the owner’s stateroom takes the biscuit; featuring a sumptuous olive wood interior, it is situated right above the main living area, where it commands impressive views through panoramic windows. As the yacht’s owner you’ll be pampered with plenty of features, including a complete surround sound system, a private sun deck lounge fitted with a three-person Rotorua Jacuzzi, deck shower and retractable, electrically operated sun canopy, and an en suite finished in some of the world’s most prestigious marble, Azul Bahia, and, just for good measure, another Jacuzzi.

Forward of the owner’s stateroom is the wheelhouse with access to the side deck, which provides a commanding view for the captain. The wheelhouse includes a full fit-out of the latest Garmin navigational aids including three 17” multi-touch display monitors at the main helm with two 15” repeaters on the fly-bridge station. Additional aids to navigation and communication include Garmin autopilots, radars, VHF radios, night vision camera and a several-camera monitoring system. To say this superyacht comes fully loaded is an understatement. There’s even a bench to the aft end of the pilot house so those who want to watch the operation of the vessel as it cruises to its destination can get an up-close-and-personal view. 

The fly-bridge is accessed by floating stairs from the owner’s sun deck area and has a full-size dining table plenty big enough for 10 people, which is completely shaded by a fiberglass hardtop. There’s also a bar counter area with four stools, which comes fully stocked with a grill, ice maker and fridge.

Two double and two twin guest staterooms are situated on the lower deck and connected by a lobby area. All staterooms have their own private en suites and shower facilities, again fitted with lavish marble throughout, and the two twin guest staterooms can have an extra Pullman if needed, taking the superyacht’s accommodation to a rather impressive six staterooms sleeping 14 guests. Sounds like quite a party!

An important area for any yacht is the galley and crew cabin, and once again the Majesty 110 excels, with a large galley accessible via a fireproof door from the living area and crew quarters. Fully fitted out with Miele appliances, the galley includes a dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, induction hob and oven, so the onboard chef will have no excuse if the food isn’t up to scratch. The crew accommodation is on the forward lower deck accessed from the galley area by a stairwell; the two crew cabins are fitted with two single bunks and two head compartments with showers and a separate laundry room with a washer and a dryer. The captain, meanwhile, has a cabin aft of the lower deck situated near the engine room and alongside the crew lounge space. 

Powered by twin MAN 1,900hp engines, the yacht has a top speed of 20 knots – plenty fast enough to cruise relatively long distances. Also installed in the engine room are two generators, air conditioning chillers and the onboard water maker.

After viewing the Majesty 110, we’re left with three lasting impressions: firstly, while it boasts a sleek and stylish design, this tri-deck superyacht manages to pack an incredible amount of volume and living space; secondly, the quality of the details such as the pristine marble work seen throughout the en suite bathrooms is absolutely flawless; and last, but not least, with a list price of a shade less than AED 35 million, the Majesty 110 is, as superyachts go, a bit of a steal!

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