Dubai International Boat Show

Dubai Canal, Jumeirah

Charter a Private Jet to the Dubai International Boat Show


It’s hard to think of a place more synonymous with the word “luxury.”

That’s part of what makes the Dubai International Boat Show so popular that it annually draws close to 30,000 visitors from 120 countries to the largest luxury marine event in the Middle East and North Africa region.

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Getting to the Dubai International Boat Show

Interested in five days of checking out the latest and greatest luxury super yachts? Or, checking out 850 exhibitors from 50 countries? Or, buying the boat of your dreams? Paramount Business Jets can arrange a charter flight to the Dubai International Boat Show into any nearby airport, including:

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About the Boat Show

The Dubai International Boat Show brings together prestigious high net-worth individuals from around the Middle East and the world to see the best that boat- and boat-supply-makers have to offer.

In the marina display, there are super yachts, big power boats and speed boats, sports and fishing boats.

In the outdoor display, visitors will find small- and medium-sized power boats for fishing and leisure as well as sailboats.

The indoor pavilion is where exhibitors offer all sorts of marine equipment for sale. You’ll find everything from interior designers for boats to lights and lighting to clothing to yacht charters. There are financial advisors to help you buy and insure a boat. There are also representatives from marinas and yachting destinations. And, of course, countless suppliers of everything from life vests to sound systems.

Something for Everyone

When you tire of dreaming of the super yacht lifestyle, there are plenty of other fun things to do.

Visitors can see – and participate in – diving exhibitions at the Dive Middle East Expo, which runs alongside the boat show at the Dubai International Marine Club in Mina Seyahi (“Pleasure Harbor”).

You can charter a fishing boat or enter an underwater photography contest.

You can watch daredevil stunt shows or check out sailboats.

And, there’s little chance you’ll go hungry with all the luxury food and beverage products at the show.

Dubai International Boat Show

Beyond the Boats

You’ll want to check out the rest of Dubai before you leave the city of palm tree-shaped islands and sail-shaped skyscrapers where the average highs range from 65 degrees in January to 94 degrees in July and August.

You can spend the morning outdoors on the beach and the afternoon on the ski slopes – inside a mall.

Ski Dubai sits atop the Dubai Emirates Mall like a gigantic hovercraft. The indoor ski resort is the size of three football fields, has chair lifts and is covered with snow year-round. Ski passes are available for $50 to about $150.

You can spend the morning bartering for spices at an outdoor market and the afternoon looking for designer clothes in one of Dubai’s 95 shopping malls, including the world’s largest, the 12 million-sq. ft. Dubai Mall, which is more than twice as big as Minnesota’s Mall of America.

Dubai Fast Facts

  • The sand dredged to create the artificial Palm Islands would have filled two Empire State Buildings.
  • Dubai police drive luxury cars like a $500,000 Ferrari FF and a $1.79 million Aston Martin One-77. This is to impress tourists – and to be able to catch speeders.
  • It has the world’s tallest tower, the 163-story Burj Khalifa.
  • The Royal Suite of the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab Hotel costs $20,000 a night.
  • Dubai went from almost barren desert in 1991 to bustling metropolis in 20 years.
  • In 1968, there were only 13 cars in Dubai.
  • It’s the fastest growing city in the world. About a quarter of all the cranes on Earth are in Dubai where there are about 1,000 skyscrapers. In fact, the city grew so fast, there is no address system. Visitors are advised to have maps on hand to show drivers where they are going.
  • Oil made the city rich but it now constitutes less than 10 percent of the city’s economy. The rest is from real estate and tourism.
  • Robots are used to ride racing camels because they are lighter and more flexible than people. Cost? From $300 to $10,000.
  • It’s so hot in Dubai that bus shelters are closed and air-conditioned.
  • Dubai is building a city within a city. It will feature air-conditioned walkways.

Premarital sex is illegal and public displays of affection are frowned upon in the Muslim country.

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