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First day at the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show 2018

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The success of the inaugural edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show comes as no surprise, considering the substantial interest since it was first announced. ADIBS18 provides visitors the chance to witness the launch of an exciting portfolio of regional and international industry launches.

Abu Dhabi International Boat Show 2018 – First Edition

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The inaugural edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS), hosted and organised by Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company (Adnec), will kick off tomorrow and run up to October 20.

The event is expected to attract as many as 20,000 local, regional and international visitors and provide a window into the fascinating leisure marine heritage of Abu Dhabi.

Visitors can look forward to a “uniquely Abu Dhabi experience”, where state-of-the-art luxury superyachts will be displayed side by side with traditional fishing boats, abras, and a wide range of leisure marine and fishing equipment.

Source : www.gulfnews.com / Photos : Xavier Bouin

DIBS18 – Last pictures from the show

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The 26th edition of the show includes some of the most extreme water sports and exciting toys on offer from leading international and locally-based companies.

Busy days at the DIBS 2018

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Dubai is undoubtedly making a mark on the maritime leisure industry in the region and worldwide.

The 26th Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS) which started on February 28 to go on until March 3 is proof of the growth that the industry and the country has made. This is hardly surprising given the passion and innovation the country has put into the luxury and marine leisure industry for over two and half decades.

According to a report published by the World of Yachts in February, UAE is ranked 9th in the world’s superyachts in production in 2018, with 14 new builds with a combined length of 611 metres being manufactured in the country. With the global ocean industry expected to hit 3 trillion dollars by 2030, marine and coastal tourism is expected to contribute a quarter of this.

Despite bad weather, we still have interested visitors to the show and our booth

Source : http://gulfnews.com (March 1, 2018)

First days at the DIBS 18

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Ready for the big days at the Dubai International Boat Show ! First visitors to see our boats displayed.

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