Explorer Publishing’s Dubai Yachting and Boating Guide, encouraged and supported by Dubai Maritime City Authority, just hit the shelves across the UAE.
Faisal Al Jassim, Assistant Manager – Marketing, Dubai Maritime City comments: “We are delighted to be supporting Explorer Publishing’s Dubai Yachting and Boating Guide to increase awareness and educate those with an interest in all things maritime. Dubai Maritime City will play a key role in the regional and international maritime industry and for us, providing in-depth information that is user-friendly and useful for everyone is essential.”
Al Jassim also added: “As the official maritime authority of the Emirate of Dubai, it only seemed natural that we support Dubai Yachting and Boating, which will be a valuable source of information for all boat owners and fans.”
Alistair Mackenzie, Publisher, Explorer Publishing comments: “Considering how prominent the boating scene is in the region, we are really excited about the release of the Dubai Yachting and Boating guide. It has been a pleasure to work alongside Dubai Maritime City Authority as they are the voice of all things maritime across the emirate.”
The Dubai Yachting and Boating Guide provides in-depth information on all aspects of boating and sailing in Dubai. It covers everything from buying a boat to finding a marina to moor it, plus all the regulations and paperwork involved. The book also features comprehensive sections on where to sail, marinas, maintenance, yacht clubs and boating-related activities, as well as maps and a directory.
Dubai Maritime City incorporates a full range of industrial, commercial, residential and leisure facilities distributed in six distinct districts: Harbour Offices, Harbour Residences, Maritime Centre, Dubai Maritime City Campus, Marina District, and the Industrial Precinct managed by Drydocks World – Dubai. Upon completion, the city will feature over 1,000 berths for boats and yachts in its Harbour Marina and Maritime Centre Marina areas.