SS Marine announced its active participation in the 27th Dubai International Boat Show, which will be held from 26 February to 2 March 2019. The company has announced its sponsorship of maritime events, enhancing its position as one of the exclusive providers of water sports products in the Middle East.
During the show, SS Marine will display a wide range of products and services as the region’s exclusive agent for the most popular brands in products and innovations of the global maritime industry. The company’s portfolio includes global brands represented by ten companies, including Aqua Marina, Aqua Glade, Alba Marina, Admiral Boots, Gala Boats, Spiner, and others.
The products to be showcased at the exhibition to the public, participants and marine enthusiasts, including fishing boats, jet boats, recreational boats, water bikes, diving suits, and paddles as well as various diving and water sports equipment.
Saeed Ghanim Al Suwaidi, CEO of SS Marine said that the Dubai International Boat Show is an exceptional platform to showcase the state-of-the-art in the industry of yachts, boats and marine equipment to all enthusiasts of navigation, maritime travel, water, and aquatic sports. He confirmed that SS Marine participation and sponsorship comes in line with “UAE Innovation Month 2019” held under the slogan “Innovation Starts with You,” as one of the leading maritime services companies in the Middle East. The company will provide visitors with a unique experience to view the latest releases of boats and innovative solutions in the field of marine sports equipment and fishing tools in a fun, interactive environment.
Al Suwaidi pointed out that the SS Marine is aiming to become the exclusive water sports distributor in the Middle East in the next few years, whereas it owns exclusive franchises for the world’s leading marine industry companies. He considered that the UAE is one of the fastest growing markets in the world of luxury yachts and Dubai is a global capital for marine industries, and that the growing demand for marine products and services requires the upgrading of such facilities and products to meet the expectations of customers at all levels. He indicated that the SS Marine is fully committed to achieving a benefit to all its customers in the quality, efficiency, and variety of products it offers to the luxury yacht and various marine sports enthusiasts.
The Dubai International Boat Show will host boats worth AED 1.5 billion, will also feature live Jet Ski shows, sailing and fishing competitions, diving shows and discussions led by marine experts and amusing activities. The show will feature 38 regional and global events, host more than 800 companies and brands from 50 countries, and feature live shows and recreational competitions on the beach and the sea suitable for the entire family.
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