Excellent holiday destinations and luxury yacht charter Dubai? Our Yacht Management Service activity at Charter&Dreams is carried out through standard and regular technical revisions, cleaning and documents renewal. Our clients are updated regularly about the general condition of their yachts and about the need of any repair or legal documentation renewal. Thanks to our consolidated provider network, we always look for the most competent quotes when it is necessary to perform some work in your yacht and, after our clients approval we choose together the best options specific to each case and yacht. If you decide to request or enquiry about our Yacht Management Service, no matter if you are interested in regular management or eventual cases such as a change of flag, our team at Charter&Dreams will be glad to listen to your needs and offer the most suitable options. Find more info on rent a yacht Dubai Marina.
Sailing tip of the day: Overlaying radar on the chart helps to interpret the display! The biggest problem most of us face when interpreting radar is lack of familiarity. We go about our daily business most of the year, then come aboard, hit the fog and turn it on. Unfortunately, unlike GPS, AIS and the rest, radar is more of a conversation between the operator and the instrument, so it’s not surprising we have trouble interpreting the picture. When I’m motoring, I, therefore, make a practice of keeping my radar transmitting even in good visibility and running an overlay on the chartplotter to keep me familiar with its drawbacks. The image above, for example, clearly shows that what the radar sees may not stack up with what the chart is telling me. Note how the trace seems mysteriously to end halfway up the coast. So it does, but that’s because the echo returning from high cliffs in the south gets lost when the land falls away to lower-lying estuarial terrain. The echo ends either because the flat shoreline isn’t providing a good enough target, or because the coast falls below the scanner’s visual horizon.
Mall of the Emirates is one of the city’s most famous malls, with the spectacular (and surreal) Ski Dubai facility inside. The indoor ski slope is complete with chairlifts and a penguin enclosure, all at a continuous temperature of -4 degrees Celsius. There’s also a cinema complex and a family entertainment center with a whole host of rides aimed at both the big and small. The shopping opportunities are boundless, as are the eating options, offering every conceivable world cuisine. This theme park, near Global Village, is immersive entertainment at its finest and has thrills and spills for both kids and big kids. With one zone devoted entirely to Marvel’s iconic characters; another to dinosaur-themed rides; and a zone where the Cartoon Network takes the helm, with gentler rides and activities for younger children, there’s something here for every age. Whether you want to help the Avengers battle Ultron, scare yourself silly in a haunted house, or join Spider-Man as he swings through the city, this is heaven for families looking for a fun-filled day out.
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. Three different 30-metre charter yachts may vary in cost by as much as 75,000 Euros. Ask your broker to explain the differences. One yacht may have a larger and more experienced crew or a big-name chef, another yacht may be a little tired, another may not be in a prime location. It’s important to understand why the prices are higher or lower.
Dubai Water Canal is a 3.2km long waterway extending from the Creek in Old Dubai through Business Bay before finding its way to the Arabian Gulf. Since opening in 2016, it’s created 80,000sqm for public space and facilities, and a 12km cycling path. The Canal has become a popular visitor attraction with five pedestrian bridges that snake its way across the iconic waterway. Nearby is the Habtoor City development that’s home to the exciting La Perle by Dragone show, five-star hotels, and an array of restaurants. Discover additional info on dubriani.com.