The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain recently launched a selection of boat trips and excursion packages for guests to explore some of the hidden enclaves and sandy inlets that the kingdom and its 33 islands have to offer.
Guests of the Ritz-
Watch cognoscentes are in for a treat at the Dubai international boat show (DIBS) as Officine Panerai, the Florentine luxury sports watch brand, unveils its latest technically advanced watch collection dedicated to the 35th America’s cup.
Opening on February 28, Dubai’s status as the world’s most exciting leisure marine hub will be highlighted with a stunning display of luxury superyachts, hydrosports and water stunts, cutting-edge water technology and exciting prize
Officine Panerai, the Florentine haute horlogerie sports watch brand, has announced its participation at the 25th Dubai International Boat Show 2017 as the ‘Supporting Partner’ for the eighth consecutive year.
At least 18 people attempting to reach Greece drowned after their boat sank off the Turkish coast on Sunday, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported, on the eve of a European meeting aimed at tackling the number of migrants.
Netherlands-based yacht builder Feadship is showcasing a magnificient scale model of a yacht the company sees a landmark achievement - the Savannah, at the ongonig Dubai International Boat Show.
Farouk Nefzi, m
Jannah Hotels and Resorts, a UAE-based hotel operator, will be running its recently introduced Rolls Royce service during the Dubai International Boat Show next month, carrying guests in luxury on four wheels to luxury at sea.
Jalboot Marine Network, which operates Abu Dhabi’s only private scheduled passenger ferry service, is looking to expand its passenger services through partnership opportunities during its participation in next month’s Dubai Internati
Superyacht owners from the Middle East own the longest and most luxurious yachts in the world, according to the Superyacht Builders Association (SYBAss).
The association's members are set to take part at th
Eight sailors claim they have been stuck on board a boat docked in Bahrain for several months without pay. The Bahrain-registered Abu Fares sand dredger is in port at the Nass Jetty, Hidd, and is registered under Bahrain Dredging Company (BDC)