Saudi Boat Show to attract marine, leisure suppliers

DUBAI — Saudi International Boat Show 2010 will host the biggest marine and leisure supply companies and distributors, with more than 124 local, regional and international brands seeking to capitalise on the boom in the Kingdom’s boating market estimated at around SR500 million, according to Alkhorayef Commercial Marine Division, one of the top Saudi companies participating in the event.

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Published: Sun 28 Nov 2010, 11:31 PM

Last updated: Mon 6 Apr 2015, 11:35 AM

Taking place from December 8- 11 at the Al Furusya Marina & Yacht Club in Jeddah, the second edition of the only international leisure marine and tourism festival in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia creates an unprecedented showcase of the latest boats, boating technology, marine equipment and services in the country.

Top industry players participating include Al Ahlam Marine Tourism Group, Al Khorayef, Al Shaali Marine, Art Marine, Badr Fibre Glass Factory, Blue Limits, Dream Divers, KB Marine, Luxury Sea Boats, Mega Marine, Princess Yachts and Saudi Yacht, Sea Pros Yachts, Trinity Yachts, Westport and many more. Al Ahlam Marine Tourism Group will showcase its full range of products that include premium boats and yachts, chandlery, navionics, water toys, and dive gear, as well as a wide selection of services being the country’s leading marina operator and the largest and most diversified dive operator in the Middle East.

“The participation of the biggest maritime enterprises and suppliers in Saudi Arabia confirms the reputation of Saudi International Boat Show as the premier business-to-business platform in the Kingdom. We have prepared an exciting array of the biggest industry names and the most prestigious brands, making the show a genuinely must-attend event for all stakeholders in the boating community,” said Prince Abdullah bin Saud bin Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Chairman of Al Ahlam Marine Tourism Group.

“The high-profile participation of top industry names makes the event a highly strategic venue for maritime decision-makers, investors and government authorities.

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