Dubai International Boat Show hosts Gulf Boating Conference with world's marine industry experts
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, March 09 - 2013 at 09:33
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Regional and global maritime industry experts participated in the featured conference and seminars programme at the 21st edition of the Dubai International Boat Show, kicking off yesterday with the Gulf Boating Conference themed "The Evolving Middle East Boating Market."
A Trade Panel Debate, including some of the top regional and global boat manufacturers, marina operators, marina authorities, marina construction companies and dealers, also took place during the Gulf Boating Conference. The debating panel includes representatives from Art Marina Marinas, Bellingham Marine, Exalto Emirates, Gulf Craft and Majesty Yachts, HISWA and Macky Marine.
The Luxury Supplies and Services (LSS) and Equipment Supplies and Services (ESS) Industry Seminars, which began yesterday, provide an important opportunity for professionals to network and understand the changes occurring across the region. The packed seminar programme continues today with topics covering training and certification, the diving environment in the GCC and an impact analysis of the UAE yacht code.
The Dubai International Boat Show is open to trade visitors and the general public from 3pm to 9:30pm daily from tomorrow and runs from 5 - 9 March, 2013.
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