Abu Dhabi International Boat Show to be Held 24 to 27 November 2022
Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Nahyan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Sports Council, the 4th Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS) will be held on 24-27 November 2022.
The event is organised by the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC).
ADIBS, the UAE capital’s prestige boating, leisure marine and fishing show, has also announced early bird ticket sales for the eagerly anticipated 2022 event are available until 20 August, with a 50% discount.
The early bird ticket is valid for single day entry to ADIBS and will allow access to all areas and features of this exciting event.
During ADIBS, to be held at ADNEC’s brand new Marina Hall and on the water at ADNEC’s purpose built marina space, visitors will have the chance to view the latest technology in the world of boats, yachts, and maritime products, including fishing and water sports equipment.
They will also be able to enjoy a variety of water sports events, and a range of fun and unique experiences in an interactive setting.
The exhibition is being held this year under the strategic sponsorship of Abu Dhabi Marine, and the Captain's Club as the platinum sponsor.
The exhibition attracts a group of exhibitors across an area of more than 40,000 square metres.
These include Riviera Boat Industrial Investment that specialise in building yachts and boats, Yacht Controller - Middle East, Elcome a marine electronics sales & service company, and Falcon Tenders in the United Kingdom.
In addition, Master Systems for Systems Sophisticated marine navigation, fun world cruise boats, and Empire Marine International, Fast Marine Boats and cruise accessories, and Gulf Craft, the world's innovative builder of luxury yachts and leisure boats are also expected to participate.
The current edition will also see Hydra Marine Fishing Equipment, Evo Yates Dubai, which will showcase its 43-foot Evo R4 yacht for the first time in the exhibition, Gulf Marine Sports as well as many companies specialised in the manufacture of boats, yachts, fishing equipment and marine sports.