Sales Concluded at Dubai International Boat Show Reported to be in Excess of £30 Million


Showcasing more than 430 boats and over 800 exhibiting companies and brands from more than 54 countries, Exhibitors at the Dubai International Boat Show are reporting rising interest in small and medium sized boats alongside watersports crafts and products

More than 26,000 local and international visitors have descended on this year’s show and the results sound impressive

Locally based Al Shaali Marine, unveiled the AS 100 superyacht this year, valued at £3.6 million, is expecting to sell at least three superyachts and seven medium-sized boats by the end of the show, with more leads expected to convert in subsequent weeks.

The new and deluxe 77 Enclosed Flybridge from Riviera was sold during the show

ART Marine reported the sale of the luxury Italian-made Fiart 47, worth £0.58 million.

San Lorenzo Middle East, confirmed the sale of their 26.45m SL 86, worth £4 million with serious prospects expected to convert to sales in the coming days.

Sunreef Yachts, saw strong interest in their 70 foot Damrak II power catamaran, worth £1.5 million and secured two sea trials from very serious buyers said Francis Lapp, Founder and CEO of Sunreef Yachts.

Solid leads and sales have also been reported by small to medium sized boat manufacturers, as well as for smaller leisure marine craft.

Delma Marine, have recorded total sales of £2.2 million including a Cabo yacht valued at approximately £0.66 million.

Local manufacturer Al Hareb Marine has also reported the sale of four boats at a total value of £1.4 million.

IMG boats, local manufacturer of uniquely designed fishing boats, reported two custom sales: a 52 footer worth £400K as well as a 40 foot sport fisher valued at £200K.