Dubai’s premier fresh food market, the Waterfront Market in Deira will host a two-day Dragon Boat Challenge for the first time on March 26-27.
Forward-thinking maritime regulations, an increase in the number of foreign vessels and new technology are all contributing to the UAE’s rise as one of the world’s most prominent maritime hubs.
With one month left until the grand opening of the second edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS 2019), the event has already attracted several prestigious exhibitors, sponsors and partners from the UAE and across the globe.
The Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS) 2019 is all set to begin tomorrow at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) Marina, with the participation of 284 companies and brands in the leisure marine industry.
Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (Adnec) has completed its preparations for the second edition of Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS) 2019,
Sheikh Mohammed said: "The country’s rich seafaring heritage and historical strengths combined with the vision of our founding fathers have inspired the development of a world-class maritime infrastructure..."
"The MoU agreement marks another step forward in terms of driving hydrogen mobility in the UAE. With COP28 coming to the Emirates next year, we are very excited to strengthen our local ties."
Three luxury yachts debuted this weekend at Dubai Harbour as part of the ongoing Dubai International Boat Show 2022 as the world’s leading brands and exhibitors raced to present their nautical handiwork to this year’s crowds at the Middle East’s
Gabr, a former officer in the Egyptian army, holds the record for both the Deepest Scuba Dive and the Deepest Sea Dive after descending to 332 metres (m) in 2014. The 42-year-old remains one of only three people in the world to have dived deeper than 300m, meaning, "more people have been to the moon than to where I went."