A combo image shows Sheikh Hamdan getting ready for fishing.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, indulged in his hobbies on the weekend with his little friend Mohammed Bin Ahmed Jaber Al Harbi, also known as Maj, and friends off the coast of Dubai.
In a series of videos and photos on Instagram, the Crown Prince of Dubai shared clips of his passion for deep sea diving and fishing.
A video showed Sheikh Hamdan suiting up for a dive. The next clip showed Sheikh Hamdan in the water and asking for his fishing speargun.
In another clip, Sheikh Hamdan navigates for more fish.
The agile Crown Prince also said in one post, “This is what I need after a dive,” displaying a bottle of coffee.
In the last clip, Sheikh Hamdan checks the deck of the boat for the catch of the day.
He opens one deck to show the fish, while the other deck had Maj resting inside.
The sport-enthusiast Crown Prince of Dubai is an avid lover of nature and animals. He shares breathtaking photographs and videos of his whereabouts on Instagram.
He has over 10 million followers in his Instagram account.
Hamdan’s Instagram bio reads, “Every picture has a story and every story has a moment that I'd love to share with you. Thanks and enjoy.”
The Crown Prince of Dubai took to his Instagram and shared a series of photos and videos of the outing.
The slow motion video shows Sheikh Hamdan’s love for falconry.
The Dubai Crown Prince pans the mobile phone to show scores of tuskers making a journey. One elephant can be seen really up close to Sheikh Hamdan.
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