Tickets for the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show are on sale now


Great yachts, family fun, fishing and some super fun water activities…

The Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS) returns to a series of locations in the capital’s ADNEC complex, including the Waterfront Quayside, a scenic stretch of coastline that runs along the front of ADNEC’s main building.

Exhibitors from the Atlantic worlds of luxury boats, water sports, fishing and all things marine will descend on Abu Dhabi waters between November 24 and 27 to take over space from 40 000 square meters and float their latest and greatest innovations.

Tickets are priced at Dhs 60, with multi-day passes available, but what can you expect from ADIBS 2022?

You’re gonna need a bigger boat

There will of course be a flotilla of truly stunning boats (including Evo Yates Dubai who will show off their 43ft Evo R4 yacht for the first time in the exhibition), the latest luxury cruisers and eyeglass-worthy mega yachts. oligarch. . Visitors will also be able to enjoy live shows, family entertainment, presentations of water adventure sports, tackle fairs and exhibits on the latest angling technology and a few cruise ship loads. of marine products.

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You’ll be able to test your own sea feet with a variety of motorized and non-motorized water activities, enjoy a range of food and drink options, and soak up all that fresh, salty sea air.

Abu Dhabi Maritime recently sponsored a long-term sponsorship agreement with ADIBS and speaking at the signing, Captain Al Mheiri, Managing Director and Group CEO, AD Ports Group, said: “As guardian of Abu Dhabi’s waterways, we are committed to raising the profile of Abu Dhabi as a leading global maritime capital.

“This sponsorship agreement with ADNEC for ADIBS supports our efforts, and we look forward to showcasing the incredible opportunities and potential that Abu Dhabi has to offer as an international maritime destination to the global and local community.

ADNEC, from November 24 to 27. Tickets are available now through the adibs.ae website.

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