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We recently reported that Amadea, the 106m Lurssen flagship listed for sale with Imperial Yachts, was due to triumph as the largest superyacht to ever exhibit at the Dubai and Qatar Boat Shows – elevating Middle Eastern shows into a new build category. Due to serious global health concerns, both shows have since been cancelled – but we took the opportunity to discuss this exceptional vessel with Imperial Yachts, whose Middle Eastern tour goes on in spite of these disruptions.
The Dubai International Boat Show has announced new dates in November, amidst recent concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus.
The Dubai International Boat Show returns on 10th March with a promise to deliver more extravagance and elegance than ever before. The Show has now been moved to the incredible new Dubai Harbour, a statement of Dubai’s ambitions as a superyacht destination, and there will be some breath-taking superyachts lining up to compete for the limelight.