Two days after the official ending of Dubai International Boat Show 2015, Luxury Yachts it’s about to finishing its special coverture of the major luxury yacht event on the Middle East. And as wealth it is abundant in Dubai, this Dubai Boat Show 2015 review, will focus on the sales registration of the DBIS (Dubai International Boat Show).
Around $50 million in sales was recorded at Dubai International Boat Show 2015, which concluded on Saturday, organisers have revealed.
“We know that Dubai International Boat Show draws serious buyers, and this year has been no exception. Not only are we expecting to sell superyachts and boats, but we’ve also inked three dealership agreements – one regionally and two in Europe – to supply our high quality, UAE-manufactured luxury yachts to even more buyers,” said Sultan Al Shaali, CEO of Al Shaali Group, which unveiled the AS 100 superyacht, which is valued at $5.45 million.
The five-day DBIS, which took place at the Dubai International Marine Club, showcased more than 430 boats and over 800 exhibiting companies and brands from more than 54 countries and was attended by an estimated 26,000 local and international visitors.