Yas Marina offers tour with Seawings
Abu Dhabi, January 15, 2012
Yas Marina, one of the premier marinas in Abu Dhabi, has signed a partnership with Seawings, the seaplane tour operator based in Dubai, to begin routes to Yas Marina and Yas Island with immediate effect.
Seawings now offers a 40-minute outing from Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club over the views of Dubai Creek, Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa, Palm Jumeirah, and World Islands to Yas Island’s iconic Yas Marina, operated and managed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas.
Upon arrival at Yas Marina and adjacent to the renowned Yas Marina Circuit, facilities on offer will include a variety of dining and entertainment options ranging from fine dining at Cipriani or Yotto, to more casual settings like Stars 'N' Bars and the Allure Night Club.
Dockside to Yas Marina is the Yas Viceroy hotel with its renowned restaurants, lounges, the ESPA spa, and rooftop swimming pools.
Yas Island features family fun at Ferrari World and the Yas Links Golf Course set against dramatic views of the Arabian Gulf, which is accessible by boat from Yas Marina.
Cedric Le Rest, Yas Marina’s general manager, said: “The signing of this agreement is great news for both Yas Marina and Seawings. Yas Marina is an iconic address in Abu Dhabi and now with easy access routes available from Dubai Creek it is even easier for residents and tourists to enjoy Yas Marina’s fantastic offerings.”
With a full calendar of events on Yas Island, cruising options around Abu Dhabi’s two hundred uninhabited islands and great access to the region’s cosmopolitan cities and stunning coastline, Yas Marina is a truly unique international yachting destination and ideal home port, he said. – TradeArabia News Service
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