High quality travel attractions and yacht rental in Dubai? By incorporating Yacht Management Service to our activity our two main objectives are ensuring charter and private yacht owners the peace of mind around the legal and administrative tasks that correspond to each navigation area and for the use given to the yacht, at the same time as maintaining the technical and aesthetic condition of your boat. Without a professional follow up of these tasks, you take the risk of not being able to enjoy your day of leisure due to some big or small reason; and Charter&Dreams offer to carry this follow up to contribute to the enjoyment of your private yacht or to the profit margin of your charter yacht. See even more information at rent a yacht Dubai Marina.
Yachting tip of the day: The plotter’s track function can help you in tight harbors! It’s fun to look back over a summer’s cruising by way of the track my chartplotter has recorded. Where the track really comes into its own, though, is piloting out of a difficult harbor into which you have successfully maneuvered. You know you got in OK, so to be sure of a graceful exit—tide permitting where appropriate—you’ve only to follow the same track out again. Be warned, though, that this works only so long as the plotter is set upright. The screengrab shows two versions of the same in-and-out tracks on my Raymarine unit. The coarse setting shown in purple is useless, while the finer, black version leads me straight back out through the drying banks. It’s all down to setting the instrument to record frequent data. In short, to succeed in close quarters, the plot should be set to record at shorter time or distance intervals than out at sea.
This strip of sandy white bliss is the number one beach destination for Dubai visitors. Hotels are strung out all along its length, with this being one of the most popular places to stay for tourists. The beach has excellent facilities, with plenty of sun loungers, restaurants, and water sports operators offering jet skiing. While in the area, brush off the sand for an hour and visit the Majlis Ghorfat Um Al-Sheef, just a short hop from the beach. Built in 1955, this was the summer residence of the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed al-Maktoum. The residence, made out of gypsum and coral-block, has been restored and maintains much of the original beautiful decor, giving you a better understanding of the opulent lifestyle of Dubai’s rulers. The Majlis Gardens feature a reproduction of an impressive Arab irrigation system and many shady date palms.
Welcome to the best value tourist attraction in Dubai, where the history of UAE sleeps. The Creek is one of the most famous historical sites in Dubai frequently visited by tourists. This saltwater creek runs through the middle separating the Bur Dubai and Deira areas of Dubai. It is, in fact, a focal point of the city, which lets the tourists enjoy the hustle and bustle of its goings-on. Abra ride is a famous touristy thing on this side, and a trip on abra in Creek costs just one AED. However, these creek rides are a part of historic trade routes to locations to and from Dubai. The Creek has museums, textile and Gold souqs, and traditional Abras that do the transit job in the saltwater estuary. Sabsan Holiday is providing Dhow cruise services in this saltwater estuary. Our cruise will take you to almost all the major destinations on the creekside. We have entertainment activities such as music and dance programs, along with scrumptious dinner on board.
High season refers to the most popular weeks of the year for yacht charter, whether it’s the winter period in the Caribbean or the height of summer in the Mediterranean, booking in high season requires early planning, determination and a big budget. In addition, planning a yacht charter to coincide with a major event will also be reflected in the price with marine spots for elite events often booking up early. Allow plenty of time when making enquiries to ensure a star studded, well prepared arrival. Fuel can be another cost and, again, it depends on how much the yacht cruises and how fast, too. Time spent at anchor will include the fuel for the generators, while shore-side electricity when at a dock is also an extra. Don’t forget that fuel is also charged for the tenders and water toys, so you’ll pay for the fuel used while zipping around on the jetskis.
Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood in Bur Dubai is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city. Best seen walking, this area offers a nostalgic view of a bygone era with traditional wind towers and a maze of winding alleyways. You can visit the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU) where guests can take part in Arabic classes, heritage tours and guided mosque visits to better appreciate the local culture. After exploring, take an atmospheric abra ride to the souks on the other side of the Creek. Read additional info at dubriani.com.