The Fulk Al Salamah superyacht, which was started in 2014 under the name of Saffron project, was delivered to the owner of the Mariotti shipyard in Italy.
Fulk Al Salamah, whose exact length was not clearly disclosed, was allegedly 159 meters long and was delivered to the Royal Family of Omani at the Mariotti shipyard in Italy. The new superyacht joined Al Said, one of the largest yachts in the world, with a length of 155 meters in the fleet owned by the Omani Royal Family.
Fulk Al Salamah, which is 159 meters long, was ordered to replace the 136-meter-long Al Salamah superyacht owned by the Royal Family of Oman. Al Salamah, 136 meters long, was put up for sale in 2012.
Fulk Al Salamah, a 159m long man delivered to its owner last week, is not available much about him, but the shipyard shared images of the new yacht with the press. According to preliminary information, Fulk Al Salamah; steel body, aluminium superstructure and decks are covered with teak flooring.
We can list other features of superyacht; air conditioning system, beauty salon, helipad, jacuzzi on deck, elevator, cinema hall, boat garage, conference hall, gym, library, massage room…
Although some sources have information that the superyacht is 164 meters in length, it is not clear that the superyacht has not yet completed the flag-raising process. The width of the superyacht is 28 meters and the draft is 6.6 meters; performance is said to be 19 knots and cruising speed is 15 knots.
Visuals Was filmed by Fraser Gow as he left Genoa for the Fulk Al Salamah superyacht.