Dubai Harbor Sheik Mohammed reveals major new venture with Middle East’s largest marina

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Dubai Harbor Sheik Mohammed reveals major new venture with Middle East's largest marina

Dubai Harbor Sheik Mohammed reveals major new venture with Middle East’s largest marina

Another huge new waterfront project highlighting the Middle East’s biggest marina equipped for holding 1,400 vessels is to be constructed on the Dubai waterfront.

The 20m square foot Dubai Harbor venture will be put together by Meraas Holding which will include a 135m tower, Dubai Lighthouse that will hold a lavish lodging and an observation area. It will likewise include a 150,000 square foot luxury ship terminal fit for taking care of 6,000 travelers, and also an amusement and retail space, a yacht club, shopping center, inns and living spaces.

The 1,400 berth marina will build Dubai’s ability for taking care of yachts by just about fifty percent from the current 3,000 berths in the Emirate. It will likewise increase the ability to handle bigger yachts of up to 85 meters long.

The venture is set to be constructed on an area at Mina Seyahi on a land between Jumeirah Beach Residence & Palm Jumeirah off King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street & will incorporate the present Dubai International Marine Club, Skydive Dubai, and Logo Island destinations into a one community through another street network and a monorail. It will be produced in a few stages and is anticipated to take 4 years to costruct once work begins.

UAE Vice President and Ruler of Dubai Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid launched this project’s master plan. He stated that Dubai Harbor speaks to a special and creative new expansion to the Middle East’s tourism environment.

“I am certain that the venture will have an exceptionally beneficial outcome on our whole district’s tourism industry. We are quick to support new undertakings and encourage projects that will add public interest for more visitors to come to this part of the world,” he said.

Meraas has by now started meeting with 4 of the world’s greatest luxury ship firms with a view to focusing on this sector, and in addition with Emirates Airline.

It has likewise held meetings with the RTA on connectivity. And having the capacity to get to the site coming from King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street, there will be another bridge connecting straight from Sheik Zayed Road. It can likewise be gotten to through open transport either from the monorail system at Palm Jumeirah or from a metro stop at the new Bluewaters Island. There will likewise be a foot bridge with a running and cycling track to the Palm Jumeirah.

 

Mohamed Dekkak

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