The 23rd Dubai International Boat Show Presents Industry Greats

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Don’t miss the 23rd edition of the Dubai International Boat Show set to close tomorrow and on a high note. The yearly event has witnessed eager visitors attending to see some of the finest superyachts and boats, luxurious automobiles, small to mid-sized vessels and the show’s newest sectors covering Fishing, Sailing and Watersports.

With brisk sales, attractive deals, and key industry agreements taking place at the Dubai International Boat Show2015, running from 3 – 7 March at Dubai International Marine Club – Mina Seyahi, the show continues to be the leading marine exhibition in the region. “The quality of visitors this year has been superb, and business is truly booming,” says ultan Al Shaali, CEO of Al Shaali Group. “The overall vibe at this year’s showis extremely positive, even amongst competitors, and it really feels like the true maritime culture coming together. There is no better place where we could have unveiled our newest superyacht, AS100, and we’re very happy to report another successful year.”

Gulf Craft

Leading UAE-based yacht and boat manufacturer Gulf Craft announced a key agreement at this year’s Dubai International Boat Show, signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Higher Colleges of Technology to develop avenues for the training and education of the UAE’s future maritime professionals. The agreement, signed in the presence of His Highness Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Minister of Interior and Deputy Prime Minister, will see Gulf Craft provide a number of scholarships for HCT students studying Maritime Engineering and Naval Architecture, as well as provide work placement opportunities.

In a ground-breaking campaign, 23 of the world’s leading superyacht manufacturers, building the finest large yachts in the world, have agreed to work together to promote the extraordinary features of superyachts to a broader audience. The Superyacht Life programme, launched at this year’s show, is designed to promote the whole superyacht industry and bring innovation, craftsmanship and inspiration to a new, wider audience, via a new elite magazine and an exclusive website.

The 2015 Dubai International Boat Show, in its 23rd edition, is taking place at the Dubai International Marine Club – Mina Seyahi, and will close tomorrow (Saturday, 7 March). The show is open to trade visitors and the general public from 3pm – 9:30pm daily.

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