Dubai Yacht Charter Guide
Dubai is a place like no other, the indiscreet opulence gleams in the Arabian sun. From the Grand Mosque to the glistening high-rise buildings and incredible shops, the emirate is an incredible experience where old world meets ultra-modern. Filled with famous architectural innovations, Dubai builds what others can only imagine – the biggest shopping mall, largest man-made islands and tallest building in the world, everything here has the wow factor. As the superyacht capital of the Arabian Gulf, this is an excellent choice for a unique luxury yacht charter. Explore the busy and atmospheric city, eat traditional mezze one night then Michelin star gourmet the next, drive across deserts then visit the most exclusive establishments in the world.
Key Cruising Areas: Dubai is an ideal start for a charter in the Arabian Gulf, where the seven emirates offer unique cruising options.
Don’t Miss: For a taste of real Dubai, stop off at Deira and wander through the souks. An eye-opening experience, the packed streets are a melting pot of cultures, from Emiratis, Iranians and Somalis to Westerners and African market traders. Take a sensory journey through the Spice Souk, then visit the famous Gold Souk for the gleaming sights that Dubai is known for.
Best Spots for Wining and Dining: As with everything in Dubai, when it comes to dining extravagance and decadence are the plats du jour. Designed by Roberto Cavalli, the Cavalli Club Dubai encompasses all the extravagance that the emirate is known for.
Local Culture: Amongst the modernity of Dubai, the historical neighbourhood of Al Fahidi is a stunning place to see the city’s real heritage. Beautiful old architecture contrasts the shining modern buildings, art galleries and museums. Stop in a café for a lemon mint tea and spend the day getting a taste of the Dubai of old.
Best Beach: The iconic Sunset Beach is one of the best in Dubai. There is always something going on here, so come to enjoy the atmosphere, catch some waves, then relax with a drink of Tamar Hindi in one of the bars as you watch the impressive sight of Burj Al Arab silhouetted against a setting sun.
IYC recommends: For a true Arabian Nights experience, leave the sparkling cities and head to the desert for the night. Take a camel ride to meet your 4x4 where you’ll head across desert plains. From the air-conditioned comfort, take in the views of the scorching, barren sands. Try sandboarding, watch traditional belly-dancing, then enjoy a barbeque dinner under an Arabian night sky.
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