Luxury Yacht Charter Abu Dhabi

Yacht Charter in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is lies in a perfect position on the Persian Gulf, surrounded by 200 natural islands and boasts more than 700 kilometers of coastline. Billions of dollars are currently being poured into the city – the capital of the United Arab Emirates – to ensure that the area of outstanding marine beauty is the epicenter of super yacht travel in the Middle East.

Marinas in Abu Dhabi

The principal marinas currently in use are:

Ghantoot Marina
Tel: +971 43 03 98 26

Yas Island Marina
Tel: +971 50 22 00 27 5

Al Bandar Marina
Tel: +971 50 22 00 27 5

Abu Dhabi Marina Club
Tel: +971 26 44 03 00

International Abu Dhabi Marine Sports Club
Tel: +971 26 81 55 66

Weather in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, like the rest of the United Arab Emirates, is blessed with wonderfully warm weather most of the year. Summers, between May and October, can get very hot with temperatures frequently reaching 40C. However, winters are cooler, with temperatures rarely falling below the mid 20s. Rainfall is minimal.

Top Five Things to do in Abu Dhabi:

  1. Go dune-bashing on dunes outside the city – which entails riding a quad-bike over the mountains of sand.
  2. Get taken to Lulu Island by boat and sunbathe on some of the most beautiful beaches in the area.
  3. Visit Abu Dhabi Heritage Village, near the Abu Dhabi Breakwater, and get your cultural fill. Tel: +971 26 81 44 55
  4. Go kayaking in the waters off Abu Dhabi at dawn to catch the sunrise.
  5. Play golf at the Abu Dhabi Golf Club.

Top 5 Restaurants in Abu Dhabi:

  1. For a night of sophistication and stunning seafood try Sayad, in the Emirates Palace. Tel: +971 26 90 90 00
  2. Finz is a popular modern restaurant situated in a wooden A-framed beach house on the waterfront. Tel: +971 26 44 30 00
  3. Listen to live jazz at the unoriginally named and quite brilliant Jazz Bar. Tel: +971 26 81 19 00
  4. Enjoy Persian delights in Pars Palace. Tel: +971 26 81 86 00
  5. Try Idiom for a light lunch, with soups and salads. Tel: +971 26 81 08 08
  • Friday, 12 August 2011

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