Dubai International Boat Show has rescheduled its 2021 edition to 8-12 March of 2022 to be held at Dubai Harbou. This decision was made after consultation with its clients and stakeholders, stated the organizers of the event.
The deferment is made in consideration of the evolving regulations and logistics on the movement of yachts internationally, and its continued commitment to provide the maximum diversity and choice of global brands to regional customers. The event will be delivered with strict standards of health & safety precautionary measures including social distancing, contactless transactions and hygiene protocols at all times.
Abeer Alshaali, Acting CEO, Gulf Craft said: “Diversity of choices for visitors and safety are always the key considerations for Gulf Craft so we fully support the decision to postpone the Dubai International Boat Show. While we were looking forward to taking:
Michael Breman, Sales Director, Lürssen Yachts said: “We are delighted that the organisers of Dubai Boat Show consulted us on the global leisure yachting developments. It is certainly the best decision for yacht builders globally for the event to take place at a more opportune time”
Ahmad Musaed Al Ameeri, CEO, Seas & Deserts said: “We fully endorse Dubai Boat Show’s latest decision resultant of the continued challenges in boat movements regionally. We will continue our support to the show for the next edition in 2022”
Bogdan Borascu, Marketing Director, Ocean 360 said: “Ocean 360 supports the decision of the Dubai Boat Show and we’re looking forward to welcoming the yachting industry and enthusiasts to Dubai for the March 2022 edition”
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