Debut Nautical Flea Market opens in Dubai
Dubai, October 16, 2010
Mourjan Marinas IGY, the developer and manager of luxury marinas and yachting lifestyle destinations, on Saturday launched the region's first Nautical Flea Market at Festival Marina in Dubai.
Festival Marina’s Nautical Flea Market is an opportunity for lovers of the maritime world to directly sell and buy any pre-owned nautical item, said a statement from Mourjan Marina.
Supported by Boat Trader Magazine and the Emirates Diving Association, the nautical event will take place on the third Saturday of every other month from 10 am to 4 pm.
'Professionals and amateurs alike can find everything they need: water sports equipment such as fishing, diving, wakeboarding; boat equipments such as anchors, radars, ropes and outboards as well as yachts up to 40 metres.'
The market will be taking place in three different sections: on water, on land, and on the boardwalk, it added.
The boats on water can moor in Festival Marina basin; for the trailers carrying boats and jet-skis there will be a designated area on the marina promenade close to the marina office, and the boardwalk will be dedicated for small items and equipment.
All boats and trailers can pre register and pay a small fee of Dh100 ($27.2) for boats on water, and Dh50 for trailer boats, the statement from Mourjan Marinas IGY said.-TradeArabia News Service
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