Accessible from the port side of the main saloon is the huge galley with a large oven and cooking range with fridges and freezers, again high quality Miele appliances are used throughout
Fitting for a yacht that may well spend a lot of its life cruising long distances, there is an enormous amount of cold storage capacity, not just in the galley area, but also down below.
Accessible by a companion way from the galley is a walk- in deep freeze of 5.4 cubic metres capacity and a cold room of 4.55 cubic metres capacity. Once again the crew are well catered for with two en -suite crew cabins situated in the same area. Apart from the direct access to the external area via a pantograph door, a neat touch within the galley is a hidden door which allows access for the crew to the rest of the yacht without going through the guest dining area.
Moving forward on Majesty 135 yacht is the owner’s suite. Airy and light with the now familiar contemporary feel, this area is the ultimate in luxury. The en- suite is tastefully finished with marble in abundance for the washbasins and deck with shades of cappuccino onyx, rainforest brown and afyon sugar. All of the marble and corian on the Majesty Yachts 135 is cut to shape in the shipyard by computer controlled water jet cutting machines, another example of the vertical integration policy of the business to ensure an exceptional level of accuracy and finishing. Ample storage space is provided with full length wardrobes and cupboards all detailed to the highest standard.
Access to the four guest cabins on the deck below is from a stairwell just aft of the owner’s suite. This leads down to a lobby area with access to the four guest cabins, two being equipped with double berths and two with single berths. The aft two guest cabins are separated from the engine room by the en-suite facilities which ensure the noise level from the engine room aft is minimized. Examples of Majesty Yacht’s attention to detail are everywhere, including the illuminated hand rails, Novasuade covering to the walls in the stairwell and the walls in the lobby finished in Stolz leather with a beautiful sting ray pattern finish. The guest areas are not restricted in the use of marble either, with Yellow Onyx and Crema Marfil being used extensively on the deck, en-suite showers, sinks and vanity units.
The Piano lounge on the next level of the Majesty 135 incorporates a baby grand piano, which was played extensively during the yachts public showing at the Dubai International Boat Show. The lounge incorporates a semi -circular OLED 46 inch TV and has an attractive bar with a mini galley. Here a blue marble ‘azul bahia’ has been used with a pleasing effect for the bar counter and worktops.
Moving upwards once again it’s easy to lose an awareness of which deck one is on, this yacht is deceptively spacious for its size. Once on the sun deck it’s easy to see that this will be the centre of attraction when the weather is suitable. At the forward end is a walk around jacuzzi with retractable sun roof and aft a large wet bar with barbecue, ice box, chest freezer and fridge. At the aft end of the sun deck is a 1500 kilos capacity crane with space for a RHIB and two personal water craft.
The wheelhouse is accessible both internally and via side doors to the upper side decks. A fully comprehensive navigation fitted out with three Raymarine 19 inch multi display monitors at the central helm. The Captain has a well appointed cabin with en-suite accessible from the wheelhouse.