Gulf Craft appoints banker Talal Abdin Nasralla as new CEO

Written by Parisa Hashempour

Talal Abdin Nasralla will move into a new role at Gulf Craft as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. He first joined the United Arab Emirates-based shipyard in 2020 as the Chief Strategy Officer. Now, he hopes to implement Gulf Craft’s “new global growth strategy” as CEO. Talal Abdin Nasralla Photo: Gulft Craft In the past, Abdin Nasralla worked in the banking sector and played a role in fundraising and managing large-scale projects in hospitality and real estate. Turning his focus to the yachting sector, Gulf Craft’s new CEO hopes to strengthen the shipyard’s development. 

On the appointment Abdin Nasralla said: “Gulf Craft pioneered professional yacht and boat building in the UAE and is today one of the world’s first and only fully integrated production facilities. Operating from its hubs in the UAE and the Maldives, the company’s build and design quality and performance have earned the admiration of the global yachting industry. With the deep experience and insights of our Chairman and the board guiding us, we will leverage Gulf Craft’s competencies as a proud ‘Made in UAE’ company delivering world-class yachts to the world.”  Gulf Craft Marketing Photo: Gulf CraftGulf Craft’s Chairman Mohammed H. Alshaali added: “Building on our nearly four decades of heritage in yacht and boat manufacturing, we are now focused on an expansion strategy that will take the Gulf Craft brand to new territories globally. Talal, who brings over 15 years of experience, will lead our management team to strengthen the company’s position as a global industry leader.”



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