Gulf Craft Majesty 50 fully refitted 2020, available for sale at an extremely competitive market price.
The cockpit is a useful size for active or passive playing and it spills over onto a king-size swim platform. The piece of transom in between has a lounge mounted on its inboard side improving its amenities. Semi-spiral stairs lead to the flybridge and steps from each forward corner give access to the side decks. the bridge, which, being in one piece with the hardtop, is enormous. A low Targa arch carrying radar, aerials and mast light also forms the rear support for the fabric canopy. Aft of the arch is the natural spot for sun lovers, although there’s also a recess in the foredeck that takes a traditional sun bed. The flybridge layout puts the driver at the windscreen and passengers on a long U-shaped lounge to port. The visibility all round is excellent.Gauges for the twin optional VOLVO D9 575 are tried and true analogues here someone will find the display for the Raymarine electronics as well as the autopilot, motor synchronisation and trim tab controls in unison with a satisfyingly large numbers of switches for the likes of windscreen wipers, capstan and hi-fi. It is a top spot and well laid out. A wetbar is conveniently located directly behind the driving seat.
Once inside the boat there is an astonishing amount of room, much more than on the typical interpretation of a flybridge cruiser. The beam is measured at 4.47m, the narrow side decks let the saloon make the most of it. The saloon offers gracious living with a sumptuous lounge to port wrapping around a coffee table and a shorter lounge to starboard with an entertainment unit at its after end. The walkway forward rises a couple of steps and the dining area to port and the main helm station to starboard of it rise a little more to make room for the cabins below. Abundant areas of glass and a great deal of subtle electric lighting illuminate the combined space.
The galley is located aft of the helm with electric cook top, sink, fridge, freezer, microwave and cupboards . Its deck is way down and, just to make sure no eye contact is possible with the first class passengers, it has a waist-high timber wall round the top.
An interesting feature of this high spec cruising boat is that the bathroom/bedroom ratio exceeds the market average. Majesty 50 work wonders here with three spacious sleeping cabins and two bathrooms that are bigger than many I have seen onshore. The master cabin is in the bow. It’s roomy, a vast island bed with exactly the right resilience, opening scuttles, a skylight, and storage for weeks of voyaging. The en-suite separates washbasin area from toilet and shower. The day bathroom is identical and it’s a mirror image across the alleyway.
Aft, to starboard, is a double cabin. It’s smaller, but still has room to move and space to store. To port is a twin. There are parts of these of cabins under the saloon deck, but headroom is nowhere near as cramped as on the average sports cruiser.
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