The tourists thanked the rescue teams for their invaluable efforts.
"The team was able to rescue the tourists and provide first aid for them on the spot by the National Ambulance. They were all well, but sustained only some minor scratches.
The boat broke down in turbulent waters.
Meanwhile, the Coast Guard Group rescued one of tourists who fell from the boat as result of the waves. She was provided with first aid by the medical team of the National Ambulance until she was stable and well.
He continued, “The mission was hard and required great efforts, because of the bad weather conditions and high waves. Thankfully, the teams efficiently dealt with the situation, stressing their constant readiness and their professionalism responding in time under any circumstances.”
He called on tourists and seafarers not to venture into the sea during bad weather, emphasising the need to notify the concerned authorities before making any maritime tour for their safety.
The tourists, after the rescue, expressed their great pleasure in the care they received from all the competent teams, which contributed to their rescue efficiently and quickly. They thanked them appreciating their invaluable efforts.
The Dubai Police maritime rescue patrols have recently rescued a GCC family after their yacht broke down due to a technical glitch near Jumeriah Palm.
A 35-year-old woman, who was seven-month pregnant and her daughter, 10, died in a traffic accident in Sharjah on Tuesday.
An Emirati family in Al Ain was devastated by the death of two of its children, Dhiyab Al Neyadi and his cousin Nahyan aged 10 and 12, after being run over by a vehicle in Umm Ghafa area in Al Ain on Monday.
Some 104,000 people, including technical and security staff, have access this year to the "blue zone" dedicated to the actual climate negotiations and the pavilions of the states and organisations present.
This came during the COP28 Conference of the Parties, which was hosted by the UAE in Expo City Dubai, and its activities began on Thursday and will continue until December 12.
"India is committed to UN Framework for Climate Change and that is why I propose from this stage that COP33 Summit in 2028 be hosted in India," Modi said during his speech at the COP28 summit in Dubai.