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No.10 MARCH 2007

Majesty 130

Maktoum Trophy

Azimut 103S

Dubai Show

What a gift!

New ямВagship

Uniesse 70 MY Uniquely Italian

Yo! reigns

A preview



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It’s showtime again. The much-awaited and the much-heralded boating extravaganza in the Middle East will unfold on March 13 Over the years the show has been marked with remarkable display of local boatbuilding as well as imported craft. It is a feast for the eyes. Whether you are a serious buyer or a “hull thumper”, the show is wide open for you to gaze upon some fine yachts and boats. The show has grown, just as Dubai has grown. Not far from the show's venue, you can see construction cranes going about their jobs in making Dubai the showpiece of the Arab world. In the world of Arab boating, the Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS) shines brightly as a jewel. There is every possible indication that this year's edition will break all past records. I saw tents being set up in the parking lots to accommodate more exhibitors, thereby creating a bigger problem for showgoers with regard to parking. The fight for car space is unavoidable and you would be lucky to find one quickly. To avoid the hassles of finding a parking spot within the marina area, go early. Over the past couple of months, Dubai has hosted two conferences on issues relating to the leisure boating industry. It is a good sign that the outside world is taking serious notice of what is happening and what the future holds for the emirate. The third Gulf Boating Conference, which is held as part of DIBS, will take into account the GCC market. The GCC market enjoys a significant share of the global marketplace. Future predictions say that this share will increase tremendously. It may be still immature to say that Dubai will become a global yachting centre, but the centre of gravity of the world's boating universe is gradually shifting towards the Middle East. Economic prosperity brought on by high oil prices has contributed immensely to boat buying by the local as well as expatriate communities. The construction of more marinas in the UAE, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain will provide the much-needed boost to the steady leisure boating business. One of the biggest star of the show will be the Azimut 103S. Dubai will see the world premiere of the flagship yacht from one of the most renowned and celebrated boatbuilders in Europe. If you get a chance to go on the yacht, please do. Read about the yacht in this issue before you check her thoroughly. Gulf Craft's Majesty 130 will be another head-turner. Already sold to an Australian, the yacht has made history by being the biggest yacht ever built in the Middle East. With this yacht, the Ajman-based company has now entered the big league. The Gulf Craft's legacy in the art of boatbuilding has been strengthened by Majesty 130. Congrats to those whose vision and endeavour has put the UAE on the cutting-edge of the industry. Like the show itself, we too will make our presence at the show in a bigger way. Don't just take my word for it, but drop in at our booth, STAND 218 Hall ESS, and see for yourself. Have a good time.

Eugene Correia Editor-in-Chief

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22 Contents News -------------------------------------------------------------------6 Azimut 103S ----------------------------------------------------------14 Uniesse 70 MY --------------------------------------------------------22 Princess 23M ---------------------------------------------------------26 Majesty 130 -----------------------------------------------------------32 Sunreef 62 La Luna ---------------------------------------------------38

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Dubai International Boat Show -----------------------------------------44 Dusseldorf Boat Show -------------------------------------------------50 Alinghi Trials ------------------------------------------------------------56 America’s Cup ---------------------------------------------------------62 Maktoum Sailing Trophy -----------------------------------------------66 In-style -----------------------------------------------------------------70

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Hutchwilco show in New Zealand gets new dates

Royal Denship launches 85 Flybridge Denmark's Royal Denship has launched the latest addition to its New Range of semicustom motoryachts. Designed by British naval architect Bill Dixon, the 25.8m (80ft) Royal Denship 85 Flybridge can accommodate up to 10 people in four guest cabins, and is said to have the largest saloon of any semi-custom production yacht of this size. Powered by a Vdrive and two Caterpillar C32s, the vessel achieved speeds of up to 33kt during its initial sea trials. Based in Aarhus, Denmark, Royal Denship is best known for its one-off custom-built sail and motoryachts. In 2004, the company introduced the first vessel in the semi-custom New Range, the Royal Denship 82 Open. Since then, several new models have been unveiled, including the 105 Open express and the 105 Tri-deck. The New Range now consists of four vessels extending from 24.9m-32.3m (82ft-105ft).

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Dates for the Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show have changed from the Queen's Birthday weekend to May 17-20, 2007, according to organisers. General manager Dave Gibbs said in a statement that both the show goers and exhibitors will welcome the change. “Queens Birthday Weekend is the last long weekend for almost five months, and our research shows many potential patrons were choosing to go away with their families rather than stay in town and go to the show," he said. The organisers have extended Thursday and Friday night hours. The show also has a gate prize package of Stabi-Craft 659 Super Cab, powered by a Yamaha F150 150hp 4-stroke outboard, with full electronics. “Last year's Stabi-Craft/Yamaha prize package was the highest value ever offered as a gate prize at a boat show in New Zealand," said Gibbs. "This year we have upped the ante with a whole lot of new extras, added the fishing gear and, brand new, this rig has a value of well over NZ$100,000.”

Riviera appoints two Asian dealers Australian cruiser manufacturer Riviera has announced the appointment of two new dealerships in Asia. Lee Marine, which has represented the company in Thailand since 1998, has been made a Riviera dealer in Singapore, while Airtronics South Korea has been made sole distributor for Riviera flybridge and sports boats in that territory. “We have worked hard to develop our brand in Asia and are very excited about the future for Riviera in this region, " says Ben Doggett, Riviera's general manger of sales and marketing in Asia. "We have appointed dealers in Singapore and in Korea, and we have delivered our first two boats to our China dealer, SCAS Yachts International.” Over the last three months, sales by Riviera into the Asian market have exploded, says Doggett, with the sale of a 47 Flybridge to Japan, a 51 Enclosed and 4700 Sport Yacht to Singapore, and a 56 Enclosed Flybridge scheduled to arrive in Hong Kong in March. “Interest in the 56 Enclosed has been significant, with multiple deals being worked throughout the region," he adds. "Even though we continue to sell many of our smaller craft under 45 feet in Asia, our Enclosed Flybridge range is proving to be extremely popular. It is truly an exciting time for Riviera in Asia.” Based in Coomera, southeast Queensland, Riviera claims to be the largest luxury boat manufacturer in Australia. The company produces about 350 flybridge convertibles, sport cruisers and sport yachts each year at the largest pleasure boat building facility in the Southern Hemisphere. A large percentage of its production is exported to a growing dealer network that spans more than 30 countries.

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Seatec 2007, the international exhibition for technology and subcontracting for the ship and leisure boat industry, recorded yet another year of success with more than 9,000 profesional visitors, an increase of 18 percent, and 626 exhibitors, an increase of 25 percent. There were 184 foreigners from 24 countries among the exhibitors, in line with the rapidly increasing market trend. The fair, which has become even more important for the industry on an international level, once again held interesting conferences on products and technology. The incresed number of visitors and exhibitors for the fifth year of the show proved the importance of the exhibition. "The results are more than flattering and Seatec has made a leap forward in terms of quality with 626 brands (184 foreigners from 24 nations) occupying an area of 24,000 square metres" commented Paris Mazzanti, the general manager of CarraraFiera, who organised the event. "The number of brands exhibited confirms the value of the exhibition. We have had 9,385 visitors (+18%) including 462 foreigners from 18 countries,

in particular Croatia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Norway, Holland, Slovenia, the United States, Sweden and Turkey, very important for the fair. Yet Seatec still has enormous potential for growth. Not only an exhibition of products and services but also training at Seatec. In addition to the large exhibiting space, the fair organised a considerable number of technical meetings which represent the strong point of the entire event. Much interest was shown in the Composites area organised by the Association Assocompositi where seminars and workshops were held to show the new techniques for boat building and analyse the most up to date

production of tables, chairs and furnishings for yachts and cruise ships and finally "living on board" set aside for university students, a chance for young people looking to embark on a career in the nautical industry. Of particular importance too was the participation of the UCINA (National Union of Nautical and associated industries) with their own event on international laws. Other associations present were the associated Unimot (National Union of Marine motors and similar) and Ascomac (National Federation of Machine Trade). Moreover, the Institute for Foreign Trade took part too with an information desk and meeting point for visitors from the industry, especially foreign visitors who came in delegations from 11 European and extra-European countries. “We have far exceeded our objectives. Since Seatec has consolidated its position among the important trade fairs in the industry and has strengthened its relations with the world of research and production that have shown they believe in the future of Seatec," said CarraraFiere Giancarlo Tonin.

Seatec scores big success


The Harry Winston self-winding tourbillon “GLISSIERE” 8 MAR 2007 Arabian yachts

materials.” There was a rich programme of events and conferences with competitions to enhance technological innovation such as the Qualitec Award for the most advanced technological products on show at the fair and the role of designers such as the MYDA - the Millennium Yacht Design Award - the Furniture Design Award for companies showing design excellence in the Harry Winston redefines the luxury wristwatch as a mechanical artwork in its third superwatch of 2006/2007. A rectangular case frames a tableau of precision mechanics, recalling the wheels, sliding pistons and rails of a steam locomotive. This kinetic sculpture is another astonishing timepiece, after Opus 6, conceived by the team of Hamdi Chatti since he took over as managing director of Harry Winston Rare Timepieces in Geneva in October 2005. “Whether it’s with diamonds or mechanisms, Harry Winston’s purpose is to create a work of art,” explains Mr Chatti. “That means we always do it differently, because there is no art without originality.” The most apparent difference is the winding system: on one side, two sliding blocks of platinum with toothed racks that directly engage the winding ratchet; on the other side, stylized wings that crank

up the ratchet via pinions. The steam-age power-reserve indicator along the bottom underlines the linear configuration of the movement. The flying tourbillon animates the endless locomotion through time in precise jumps of six degrees of arc. Its diamond endstone (Harry Winston oblige) proclaims a D-flawless finish throughout: the rails for the sliding weights are so smooth that oil would create friction. This mechanical installation can be viewed from unusual angles — through lateral windows in the upper and lower caseband. Also unconventional is the manual winding and time-setting system — direct drive through the back of the watch to the barrel arbor and under-dial work respectively. Following this year’s sixth Opus watch and a Westminster-chime repeater, the “locomotive” sets Harry Winston’s new watchmaking on an artistic railroad of colour, that combines motion and form.

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Far Harbour 39 to make European debut The Far Harbour 39, an 11.8m (39ft) motorsailer that is specifically designed to fit inside a standard shipping container measuring just 8ft by 40ft, is coming to Europe. The UK's Saltwater Public Relations, a marine PR company based in Poole, Dorset, has been chosen by Container Yachts in the US to handle the introduction of the yacht in Britain, The Netherlands, Germany and Scandinavia. “This is an exceptionally interesting project as the Far Harbour 39 is totally unique, having been specifically designed to be quickly decommissioned and recommissioned to and from any standard 40-foot container,"

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says Clive Bartlett, director of Saltwater. "This can save substantial costs on moving a boat around the world and also avoids the wear and tear associated with long distance passage making. The American journalists have been extremely impressed by her performance, so I'm looking forward to getting her on the water in Europe.” The yacht, which has a beam of just 2.3m (7.4ft), will arrive in The Netherlands on the first stage of a European tour in May, which will include a visit to the UK's Southampton Boat Show in September. For more information, visit the Container Yachts website at www.

CJR Propulsion showcases range of products and services at Seatec CJR Propulsion, one of the largest manufacturers of propellers and sterngear systems in Europe, exhibited its extensive range of products at Seatec. With over 75 years experience in the industry, CJR Propulsion has gained a world wide reputation for exceptional quality and reliability, exporting its products to over 60 countries, covering four continents. CJR Propulsion has the range of skills, design software, tooling and equipment to manufacture high performance, quality engineered propeller and sterngear systems to satisfy any pleasure boat builders requirements. CJR Propulsion design and manufacture a large number of propellers designed on a bespoke basis for individual crafts. A combination of blades, area, skew and other materials are carefully selected and computer designed to create the optimum propeller for individual vessels. The company has recently expanded its premises with a purpose designed 11,000 square foot Engineering Centre, and a specialised CAD/CAM Design Centre that produces machined, one-pieced, solid patterns from which the extremely accurate casting can be made in CJR's foundry. These in-house facilities have enabled the company to increase its production by around 75%, reduce lead times by up to 50% and the number of overdue orders down from 7% to less than 1% CJR held presentations on the stand about the company's ability to deliver quality products on demand for builders.

Challenger Powerboats acquires Sugar Sand jet boats Challenger Powerboats has acquired IMAR Group, manufacturer of the Sugar Sand line of jet boats and the licensee of Gekko line of recreational towboats. Under the transaction, Challenger also acquired all of the assets and technology of Gekko Sports Corporation (Gekko). According to a company statement, unaudited consolidated 2006 revenue for IMAR was over US$12 million. In consideration for cash, stock, and notes, the transaction was valued at approximately US$7 million. “The addition of the Sugar Sand and Gekko brands gives us a complete and world class product line from jet powered boats to ski tow boats, family sport cruisers and "go fast" high performance boats, ranging in size from 14 to 33 feet," said Challenger CEO Laurie Phillips in the statement. Challenger will also get Sugar Sand's 100-strong dealer base in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia. “Additionally, we now maintain floor plan financing with several major financial institutions from which to offer to our dealers," said Phillips. "We believe we are now on our way to establishing Challenger as a significant player within our segment of the recreational boating market.” Gekko president Mark Overbye will join Challenger as its new director of marketing. Challenger will continue to manufacture boats at both facilities located in Washington, Missouri and Fargo, North Dakota.

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Maritimo unveils new sportfishing, top-end sportboats The Maritimo yard on Australia's Gold Coast has unveiled its latest sportfishing boat designed specifically for the country's premiere game fishing tournaments, as well as a whole new range of sportboats for the top end of the market. Every aspect of the Maritimo 555 has been created to hunt giant black marlin roaming the Coral Sea. Captain Bill Billson, widely acknowledged as one of the country's top game boat skippers and a four-time winner of the Lizard Island Black Marlin Classic, has played a major role in the design and set up of the sleek 57ft (17.4m) boat with a 17ft (5.2m) beam. The Maritimo 555 will be offered with a choice of engines from Caterpillar, Cummins and Yanmar in the 700hp to 1100hp range. The craft will be ready for sea trials in late July and will have its first public appearance at the Sydney International Boat Show (August 2-7). The Maritimo 555 is only the spearhead of yard owner Bill Barry-Cotter's plans to launch into the sportfishing market. It will be followed by the 50ft (15.2m) Maritimo 500 and later by the 63ft (19.2m) Maritimo 630. Maritimo's new sportboat range comprises three models on 50ft (15.2m), 60ft (18.3m) and 70ft (21.3m) hulls. All will be dual diesel powered, and the first boat scheduled for production, the 60ft model, will be offered with a choice of 700hp or 1000hp Caterpillar engines. The first boat is scheduled to be in the water and ready for sea trials by the year's end, with a public unveiling possibly scheduled for the 2008 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. Maritimo marketing manager, Peter Jenkins, described the craft as boasting true European styling. The boat will feature easily accessible walk-around side decks, comfortable crew quarters beneath a large cockpit and a sleek hard top with an electrically operated sliding glass top. The layout includes three staterooms (two ensuite) a fully-equipped galley, a spacious saloon area featuring classic timbers, leathers and plush upholstery, and a large cockpit area complete with sunlounge and al fresco dining facilities to seat up to eight people.

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New boat show to be held in Shenzhen The city of Shenzhen in southern China is to host its very own boat show later this year, courtesy of the Shenzhen Yubo International Exhibition Company and the Shenzhen government. The Shenzhen International Boat Show, which is scheduled to run from November 8-10 at the DaMeiSha International Nautical Sport Centre in DaMeiSha Cove, will be the first ever show in China to display boats both on land and on water. Exhibitors will include a wide range of local and international boatbuilders, marine equipment and accessories manufacturers, and representatives from various marinas and yacht clubs. Highlights will include an on-water exhibition zone for test drives, a China Boating industry forum and seaside celebrity banquet. “China is a newcomer to the boating industry, but its development is amazing," says Wang Lijuan, project director of the Shenzhen Yubo International Exhibition Company. "Nearly 300 yacht manufacturers and about 60 yacht clubs have been formed during this period. The annual national product has reached 1 billion CNY. “As the market expands, the boating industry development in China is now on the table of Chinese government leaders. That will advocate an on-water lifestyle based on yacht-related consumption and promote the development of the boating industry chain as well as the regulations on yacht management.” Shenzhen, which is located in the Guangdong province in southern China, shares its border with Hong Kong and is said to be the busiest port in China. It is a major centre of foreign investment and since the late 1970s has been one of the fastest growing cities in the world. “With the rapid growth of Chinese economy, the per capita GDP for 2005 reached US$5000 in southern and eastern China," adds Wang. "The wealthy group is growing bigger and the boating business is coming fast.” For more information, visit the Shenzhen Boat Show website at

Gulf Craft launches Mobile Service Team for clients UAE-based Gulf Craft has launched a dedicated mobile service team for its local and international clients to ensure their luxury yachts are always ready for action. Comprised of more than 20 experts, the new service team provides professional advice and assistance along with maintenance and emergency repairs. Equipped with all the expertise and equipment needed to fix on-the-spot problems, Gulf Craft’s customers can continue to enjoy the open seas at all times. “Gulf Craft vessels have an enviable reputation for reliability and with regular professional maintenance will rarely need emergency attention. However, the main objective is to bring maintenance to the owner - instead of having to bring the boat to the workshop. This way, we cut down the length of time that a customer is without the use of the boat while providing an emergency service should the need ever arise,” said Harald Schlegel, International Sales and Marketing Manager. Operating since the end of 2006, the new Mobile Service Team receives between three to five calls a day and covers both the UAE and GCC countries through dealers. In addition to maintenance and emergency repairs, the Mobile Service Team, which is part of the Gulf Craft workshop, also offers warranty issue, refit and renovation along with additional work. Celebrating 25 years of excellence in boat building industry this year, Gulf Craft prides itself on customer care. Innovative solutions such as the new Mobile Service Team, will further enhance the local company’s reputation within the yachting community. With yards in Ajman and Umm Al-Quwain, Gulf Craft now exports more than 70 per cent of its output of 600 vessels a year. Although Gulf Craft began life building small pleasure craft, it is now a mainstream producer of multi-deck masterpieces where neither expense nor effort are spared in setting the definitive ‘state of the art’ standard for ocean-going luxury. In addition, the UAE-based company has embarked on a considerable growth phase that expands production capacity, staff numbers, and export market penetration.

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Azimut Yachts proudly presents its new flagship yacht from the Open S range. A masterpiece of yacht design that combines Italian style with the latest technology The World premiere for the new Azimut 103S will take place at the XV International Dubai Boat Show in March. The Middle East is one of Azimut’s prime markets and ART Marine of Dubai, the winner of the Best Overseas Dealer at the last Azimut Dealers’ Meeting, will act as host for the launch in Dubai. The new Azimut 103S will be officially presented on 12th of March 2007 at a special event to the international and local press and to very selected

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guests from the Middle East. This exciting new project was the creative concept of Stefano Righini and the Azimut Design Team, who have combined their talents to design a prestigious sports yacht where the focus would be on freedom: • Freedom to enjoy the lounge and cockpit as a single open space by simply opening the large connecting doors. The luxury and quality of the interiors is continued on the outside and the feeling of interior freedom is high-lighted by the generous natural light flowing through the large side windows. • Freedom for the owner and guests to fully

enjoy the intimacy of the areas designed for them, with the crew areas having fully independent access thanks to careful design. This complete separation has been achieved by: • External access to the crew’s quarters from the side deck on the port side. • Crew access to the upper deck via a separate stairway from the cockpit. This allows the crew an external route for pilothouse access so that navigation can continue without interfering with the relaxing life of the owner and guests on board. • Two galleys, one of them easily accessible for use by the crew located on the lower deck and the other located on an intermediate deck between

Azimut 103S Focus on freedom in new flagship design the main and lower decks. This unique concept of an upper galley is designed primarily for the owner’s use and is an area where the owner can enjoy his own personal privacy thanks to a separate entrance away from the crew’s quarters. • Freedom to navigate on a yacht that combines the stunning beauty of the latest styling with the reliability and performance created from the best innovation and technological research. The Azimut 103S was designed to conform to the International Regulations for the classification of high speed craft (HSC Code) that sets the standards for materials and construction required for the power of the engines. Propulsion is

provided by two 2434 HP MTU engines, each one coupled to a Rolls Royce KaMeWa water jet, a combination that guarantees smooth, sophisticated performance and maximum reliability. The creative style of the interiors is the work of Carlo Galeazzi, who excels in the use of luxury materials to create an exclusive style. For the exterior Azimut’s unique Bordeaux Red was chosen as the colour of the hull of the 103S giving this model a unique and exciting personality. The 103S has all the distinctive aspects that have been developed for the other models in the Azimut’s Open range. Special efforts have been

made in the use of the latest yacht technology and design features to combine the technical complexity of a large high-speed yacht with the creation of unique guest areas that would provide the owner with complete intimacy. It was in 2003 that Azimut Yachts presented the first model in its Open range. The Azimut 68S marked a significant change in the world of luxury sports yachting with its combination of a sexy external appearance and high levels of on board comfort. Pioneers in excellence, Azimut has now set important new standards in the design of Open boats with its 103S. Here the application of new

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structural criteria and the use of the latest high technology have been combined to simplify life on board and raise comfort and style to new levels.

The exterior As befits a large Open sports yacht the 103S excels thanks to its vast external leisure areas, which are seen as one of the strong points of this new design. Azimut Yacht’s latest creation offers more than 120m2 of usable external space, divided between the stern platform, the cockpit, the relaxing area at the bow and the new upper deck space. For the first time ever on an Open model, Azimut Yachts has included an upper deck accessible through a cockpit stairway. At the forward end of this upper deck are the pilothouse and a new design of navigation control centre that grants the owner and his guests the freedom to enjoy vast internal and external spaces. At the bow there is a large sunbathing area that includes a C-shaped sofa and two small sliding tables. This area is wide and squared off so that the space in the VIP cabin below can be extended. The large windows that represent one of the main features of the S range are particularly

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important on this model since they provide a remarkable cascade of light in both the lounge and the staterooms. Besides the now-famous square hull windows developed by Azimut there are butterfly shaped windows at the bow, and two new similar shaped scenic windows that provide generous natural light in the two twin-bed guest cabins. For the first time in the yachting world, the cockpit is provided with innovative and luxurious furnishing ideas that match the style of the interior décor. This has been made possible by an extensive search for exclusive materials that are resistant to weathering. The garage below is claimed to be the largest in its category and is capable of housing a 5.8m tender plus two 2.9m jet skis, one on each side. Despite the huge size of the tender garage it does not impose on the cockpit area in any way even when the garage door is open, another example of the way that the working areas and the relaxing areas of this fine yacht have been kept separated.

Upper deck The Upper Deck is one of the strong points of this new Azimut 103S design. This is a unique area

for a large Open yacht and this deck not only offers an additional sunbathing area for the owner and his guests but also a separate control centre for the for the crew that does not interfere with the privacy of the social life on board. Private access from the cockpit leads to this 35m2 deck that is equipped with a sitting area with C-shaped sofa and two comfortable sun loungers.

Main deck The glass access door to the lounge is made up of three sliding panels that completely disappear behind the stairway leading to the upper bridge. Once again Azimut Yachts makes its mark on the world of yacht design with this state of the art concept. When the sliding door is fully open the lounge and cockpit combine with matching decors to create one huge social area for the owner and guests. At the entrance to the lounge, there is a bar to the right while comfortable sofas can be found to the left. Azimut’s trade mark ‘shark-fin’ windows on the deckhouse sides enhances the salon light with the support structures holding the glass reduced to a minimum in order to allow as much natural light as possible to filter through. The glass

Specifications makes up 80% of the side of the deckhouse. As well as the windscreen and side windows, the lounge is illuminated by glass panels in the unique hard top Two of the glass panels in the hard top can be opened to create a huge 14m2 window to the sky. The glass in the deckhouse has been designed to reduce internal overheating to a minimum with the side windows having a mirrored finish and the hardtop panels and the windscreen formed with layers of tinted glass. The owner’s personal galley has been conceived on an intermediate level located between the main deck and lower deck allowing the owner maximum privacy to use this area thanks to its private access which is completely separate from the crew’s quarters. The design of this galley, created “ad hoc” by use of the exclusive Boffi brand on the 103S, confirms the high level of attention paid by Azimut Yachts to the quality of the fittings and furnishings.

Lower deck The original concept for the lower deck developed by Stefano Righini offers four staterooms. The owner’s full width stateroom is located at

Lenght overall Beam (at main section) Draft Displacement (at full load) Fuel Water Engines Maximum Speed Cruising Speed Cabins Berths Heads Construction material Keel Styling & Concept Interior Design Builder

30.91 m 7.10 m 1.34 m 105 t 12.500 l 2.500 l 2 x 2434 mHP (1790 kW) 37 kn 34 kn 4 + crew 8 + crew 4 + crew GRP V- shape with deadrise angle of 18.8° aft Stefano Righini Carlo Galeazzi Azimut Yachts – Viareggio

the centre of the yacht for maximum comfort and offers more space than any other yacht in this category. The bed is at the centre facing the bow whilst at the sides of the hull, adjacent to the large square windows, are a desk on the starboard side and a small lounge on the port side, both overlooking the sea. The VIP stateroom is in the bow with the bed located at an angle of 45°. The two identical twin-bed guest staterooms, each with its en-suite bathroom, can be accessed from the same corridor that leads forward to the VIP stateroom. The lighting, both the natural and the artificial light, act as important aspects of the interior design. The large windows make the internal space an area to be enjoyed even during the day, whilst at night; the lighting is diffused through back-lit panels with controls for mood lighting. The crew quarters are accessed by a port side walkway and include two cabins and two bathrooms. The crew galley and dining area are also located here.

Unparalleled technology and performance This new flagship in Azimut Yacht’s Open S range offers the highest levels of technology both

101’5” 19’1” 4’ 5” 3.303 US gals 661 US gals V16 2000 M93

in its construction and in its equipment. These are the most up-to-date available on the market today and have been specifically developed for high performance. The 103 S was designed in line with RINA standards for high-speed craft (Rules for the Classification of High-Speed Craft). The careful choice of materials and the use of multiaxial fibres and sandwich construction for the mouldings have ensured a very strong, lightweight structure that is capable of coping with the stresses of high performance. The inner linings are made up from honeycomb floating panels that help to absorb noise and vibration and noise is further reduced by the use of underwater exhausts. The two 2434 HP MTU diesels from the 2000 range that power the Rolls Royce KaMeWa water jets guarantee top performance and maximum reliability with this performance yacht capable of reaching speeds of 37 knots. Automatic dynamic interceptors fitted to the transom are used to adjust the longitudinal trim for optimum performance and can form part of an automatic ride control system that will maximise onboard comfort at speed.

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The Civil Enginering Depart (CED) of Ports, Customs and Freezone Corporation released a guidebook containing rules and regulations governin marina operations, including design requirements for wharfs and docks, onshore and offshore facilities, especially floating docks, small craft usage and mooring criteria at all its waterfront developments. The book, which is titled, "Marinas and Small Craft Harbour Regulations and Design Guidelines", was released byAhmed Butti Ahmed, Director General & CEO Dubai Customs. While providing a brief description of the book's contents, Chief Civil Engineering Officer, Nazek al Sabbagh, said, "This guidebook follows the lead established by CED with its previous publication 'Building Regulations and Design Guidelines'. It is the first of its kind in the UAE and most probably the first in any Arab country. It is a pioneering effort that has put together the cumulative wisdom and knowledge of major marina developers such as Nakheel and Istithmar Leisure Marinas who contributed in many ways to this important document.” The book is a comprehensive guide to marina development, starting with the simple task of providing basic mooring facilities and ending with integrated developments comprising all supplementary services of maintenance, repair, sport and other leisure facilities. It lists all planning requirements, approval stages, design specifications for marinas and mooring systems. It also lays down navigational requirements for vessels using the marinas and specifies design loads and deals in detail with

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elements of mooring systems, pontoons and fenders. The book concludes with a description of service facilities such as boat lifts and launches. It pays particular attention to the marinas' impact on the environment and provides the user with enough guidance to do the needed Environmental Impact Assessment. It also concentrates on safety during the construction phase as well as the operational life of the marina and provides a comprehensive guide to all elements of marina operations from the basic task of providing mooring facilities to complementary services, maintenance work and leisure facilities. Al Sabbagh noted, "Our publication serves many functions: It is regulatory in nature, laying down the CED's requirements in any marina development. It also serves the vital function of communicating with developers, consultants and contractors at every stage of development. This common understanding will provide for a smooth process of development, and positive working relations amongst all parties where roles are well defined and requirements clearly listed.” Using the new publication as a vehicle, CED have partnered with EFI International to start a comprehensive training and accreditation program for their staff and clients with an innovative Colour Card System. Sabbagh, said: "With this system, we hope to spread the knowledge about our processes and empower our clients to assume a much larger role than before, leading to a smoother and faster operation and

enhanced communication and relations.” “The Middle East region is certainly in need of such a publication. Across this region many splendid beaches are currently being developed into major tourist attractions and there is a growing realisation that they have to be developed according to the best international standards. We believe our book of guidelines will prove useful to all the people of the region, not just in Dubai.” She also hoped that the guidebook will acquaint the key players with the full scope of marina development, and serve as an educational tool for universities. Dubai has clearly established itself as the Middle East's premier destination for marinas and waterfront activities. Nakheel's developments alone will add hundreds of kilometers of beachfront to the Dubai coastline when fully completed, making it vital for a stringent code of regulations to be in place in order to ensure a safe and secure environment. The Palm islands are the three biggest manmade islands in the world. And another Nakheel project, The World, comprises islands in the shape of the continents and will add considerably to the new beachfront to Dubai's coastline. Dubai Waterfront will be the world's largest waterfront development, and when completed will provide residence for more than half a million people. Further inland Jumeirah Islands is the world's largest man-made inland island community. When fully developed, Dubai will be home to thousands marina berths -- the largest number for any waterfront resort in the world.

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Dunes Village residential complex launched Alserkal Properties and Manazel Real Estate have launched Dunes Village, and appointed The Real Estate Specialists to handle sales at the development. Located at the Dubai Investment Park, Dunes Village is a residential complex comprising 19 mid-rise towers housing 950 apartments, and is targeted towards corporate buyers. Announcing the commencement of sales, and cementing the partnership between the two companies, the two companies said that while the Dunes Village project may well be the latest addition to Dubai's burgeoning freehold property landscape, it is set to one that stands

out in several ways. The most unique aspect of The Dunes is that the developers are targeting corporate buyers instead of individuals and families, encouraging them to offer it to their employees as part of a remuneration package. Ahmed Al Serkal, Chairman of Alserkal Properties emphasised that apartments at Dunes Village were priced competitively and therefore easily affordable even by small and medium sized companies, and further, that the project offered a range of quick and easy financing options. "Buying apartments at Dunes Village will be an easily attainable goal for several companies located either in or around Dubai

Yacht Transport launches super ship Dockwise Yacht Transport (DYT), the world's only float-on/float-off yacht transport service, has launched its newest ship, which will provide yacht owners with faster and more frequent delivery of their luxury power and sailing yachts across the Atlantic Ocean. The 685.7-foot (209 meters) Yacht Express, built at the Yantai Raffles Shipyard in China, has an official delivery date of May, 2007. It will be the largest vessel of its kind in the world, purpose-built with a semisubmersible dock bay that allows yachts of any

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size to be safely floated on and off as cargo. Yacht Express will join four other dedicated yacht carriers, all semi-submersible, in the existing liner service of DYT. “Most amazing is that this ship is designed to have a service speed of 18 knots", said DYT President Clemens van der Werf. "This means that a transatlantic voyage with this ultra modern yacht carrier can be reduced by nearly 50%, from 15 to 8 days." Van der Werf added that Yacht Express also will feature amenities not found on

Investment Park. In turn they can offer it to their employees who can enjoy its thoughtful amenities, high-quality workmanship, and free maintenance." Located at Dubai Investment Park, Dunes Village covers a total area of over 460,000 square feet, and is being developed at a cost of over Dhs. 300 million. It is close to the Global Village and Dubailand via the Emirates Road, as well as to the rest of Dubai, with access through Sheikh Zayed Road. According to a comprehensive master plan, Dunes Village will be ready for possession within 24 months.

the other DYT ships such as complimentary cabins for ride-aboard crew, an atrium with swimming pool, conference, media and fitness facilities, allowing for added comfort and entertainment during transit. The launch of the Yacht Express is a major milestone in the development of the yacht transport industry. With a beam of 106 feet (32 meters) and deck space of 55,060 feet (5,115 square meters), the vessel has a carrying capacity of 5,000 metric tons, which allows Yacht Express to accommodate more yachts on regularly scheduled trips to and from Florida and the Mediterranean. “The addition of this new yacht carrier to our fleet is an important step forward by DYT to improve the quality of services to our clients -services that are based on safety, regularity and reliability," said Van der Werf. Following sea trials in mid-May, Yacht Express will mobilize through Australia and New Zealand and to Florida before making a special appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show in September, 2007.

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Uniesse 70 MY The Uniesse 70 MY is the latest from this proliďŹ c Italian yacht builder that has become known worldwide in just 15 years. The 70 is built at the Uniesse yard near Viareggio on the coast of Tuscany. Uniesse has set up a dealership in Dubai in partnership with Italian Marine Boutique to serve as a sales ofďŹ ce as well as a hub in the Middle East for all warranty, service and parts issues.

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A Uniesse client encourages owners to customize their yachts. For example, the flying bridge yacht could have been configured in several ways: with a spa; with an additional dining area; with more or less built-in seating. Below decks, the master stateroom can be expanded (at the cost of one guest cabin) to create an office, media room, or simply a larger suite with a sitting area. It’s your choice. The starting point for the 70 MY, like all Uniesses, is a stable and seaworthy hull from the drawing board of Fred Hudson, a longtime partner of performance designer Jim Wynne. The hull’s variable dead rise ranges from a steeply overhanging bow with sharp sections for slicing seas aside to a relatively mild 14-degree dead rise at the transom that provides good lift for speed.

Construction is modern but not overly exotic, with solid fiberglass below the waterline and Airex coring in the topsides and superstructure. Vinylester resin protects against fiberglass blisters in the entire yacht, not just below the waterline as on many boats. Uniesse also takes great pride in its mold work, as you might expect with a builder that finishes hulls in dark blue gel coat. A dark hull shows off every imperfection, but the 100millimeter thickness of the Uniesse finish is like a mirror. Even better, carefully fitted parts eliminate the usual wide bands of silicone sealant used between panels. The 70’s interior is an exultation of exotic wood and flawless joiner work. That’s perhaps not surprising, since parent company Grupo Uniesse is the leading producer of buttons in Europe. Early

in the 20th century, the company specialized in selecting and finishing exotic wooden buttons and, since boats were another passion for the founders, the Scaburri brothers, they moved their expertise to the water. The 70 MY is finished throughout in pale and knot-free tanganica, which has a pleasantly straight grain made even better by the fact that Uniesse carefully selects and mills the wood so it can be perfectly matched throughout the yacht. In fact, each log is grain-matched and then numbered to make this possible. The builders also take pride in using as few veneers as possible, with solid wood the preference for furniture and panels. Even the teak decks are individually planked by hand rather than using prefabricated sections.

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With no bulkheads, the view from the after deck through the saloon and pilothouse is unblemished and large one-piece windows on each side only add to the openness. A curved counter swoops along the port side to conceal the pop-up television, and the facing couch is perfectly suited for easy viewing. The galley and dining area are two steps up, and the glass-topped table makes the area seem as much for lounging as dining. The galley is European in styling, with a high counter capped by black marble as a pass-through or buffet, and an appliance layout that puts the cook within arm’s reach of everything. Separating the galley from the saloon is a circular stairway leading to the flying bridge, but Uniesse can also expand the galley aft and eliminate the inside stairs. Though the stairs make it simple to get food to the bridge and the 70 MY has excellent galley storage, I might be tempted to

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expand the galley for even more space. The lower helm is tucked to port with an electric double-wide helm seat, a racy wooden wheel and a spacious burled dashboard set in black leather. There’s ample room for electronics screens, and a comprehensive and neatly labeled electrical panel is under a Lucite panel next to the helm. For once, the electrical panel is at a reasonable height. Another thoughtful touch is the opening panel under the dash, which leads into a large compartment where wiring and maintenance can be done without ripping up the wood and leather. An offset stairwell leads to the sleeping accommodations, with the master suite spanning the full beam aft of the small foyer. A pair of large windows provide a panoramic view from the master stateroom. This particular 70 had a small table with two built-in seats next to the port window in place of the standard loveseat, and I

loved the idea. Not only does it provide a pleasant vanity for m’lady (the tabletop flips up with mirror and cosmetic storage) but it’s a perfect place to get away from guests. I can picture sitting there in the morning, nursing a coffee and croissant, while looking out at Portofino or Palm Beach or Nantucket. Opening ports above the big windows let you savor a fresh breeze. The king-size berth with the leather and mirror headboard was low for my tastes, but it does open the room up visually. To starboard is a built-in bureau and one of the two large hanging lockers. The owner also gets a roomy head with full spa bathtub, shower, and stylish frosted glass-topped counters. The finish is white lacquer with silver lacquered cabinets for a look that will long stay in fashion. Just forward, to starboard, is a double guest cabin that can be sacrificed for use as an office or sitting area. Since it’s en suite with a large shower, this would add quite a bit of space to the master

suite. The loss of a double cabin wouldn’t be a problem since the VIP cabin in the bow is really a mini-master, with hanging lockers and en suite head with shower. The fourth cabin is to port, with twin berths and, surprise, a fourth en suite head. The flying bridge is likely to be a primary living space and it’s pleasantly arranged for flexibility. The skipper and a companion have a seat behind the helm console to port. My only complaint was that the Caterpillar electronic engine panels were mounted flat and hard to read. A U-shaped settee with a high/low table is immediately behind the helm for dining or entertaining, while a Miele barbecue, sink and fridge are in a console under the radar arch, which also serves to separate the boat deck. The large sun pad can be replaced with a spa or more lounge seating. With an 18-foot beam, she has ample room for a 12- to 14-foot tender with outboard to be chocked on the boat deck and launched by the Opacmare crane.

Crew quarters aft of the engine room are finished to the same standards as the guest cabins. Two bunks and a head with shower are provided and, in the absence of crew, this area can double as a great cabin for teenagers. The boat is propelled with two Caterpillar 1,570 hp diesels, and these proved to be a good choice, with a top speed of more than 35 knots. Other engine choices include both MAN and Caterpillar from 1,300 to 1,570 hp. You will like to have a hydraulic power takeoffs fitted to both engines, giving a flexibility to power the various systems with just one engine. The boat also can have as an option a pair of Onan 21.5kW generators and an upgraded Marine Air air-conditioning system for tropical conditions. The 70 MY can easily be handled by a couple, and Uniesse has included some thoughtful touches to make that even simpler. Lids on each after quarter conceal warping winches and freshwater wash

downs, so dock lines are not only stored out of sight, but can be rinsed off as well. To make line handling easier, the hawse pipes have rollers, too. The anchor windlass, which lifts a Bruce anchor into a beautifully welded stainless steel fitting to protect both bow and teak deck, can be controlled from the bow and also has a wash down fixture. Underway, the 70 MY is a delight. The motion is quite comfortable, the spray is thrown out flat to the sides and, even with the wheel hard over at full throttle, she banked around impeccably. Of particular note: She was very quiet, both in the saloon (as shown on the chart) and on the bridge, where I couldn’t even get an engine sound reading on my decibel meter. Beautifully built, thoughtfully detailed and styled for classic good looks, the Uniesse 70 MY offers remarkable semi-custom flexibility. But then, you’d expect a button maker to pay attention to the details.

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Beneath its elegance and refinement, the Princess 23M packs in awesome power. Whichever your choice of engine, from the 1675hp Caterpillar C32, 1360hp MAN, the 1572hp Caterpillar C30 engines, the yacht’s acceleration is smooth and powerful, especially between the 1500rpm and 2000rpm range. It can reach a top speed of 37 knots. Making the yacht a pleasure to sail are the power-assisted hydraulic steering, high-speed rudders, a bow thruster and electronic engine controls. All these are part of a Princess’s extensive standard options package. Besides its striking outside beauty, the yacht’s interiors are also noteworthy for its spaciousness

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and décor. A generous beam of 18ft 9in (5.71m) is put to excellent use, maximising space throughout. The saloon, with its panoramic style windows, is delightfully light and spacious and a dining area provides seating for eight around an elegant table with the galley situated opposite for ease of serving. The 23M offers a four-cabin, four-heads layout below decks, with the owner’s stateroom occupying the now customary position amidships and boasting a large oval bath, a VIP double in the bow and a pair of twin cabins installed in the space between. There is a walk-in wardrobe, full entertainment system and an enormous en-

suite bathroom. The forward stateroom is both spacious and comfortable and the twin guest staterooms are each served with their own bathrooms. A fifth cabin for additional guests or crew is located aft with private access from the cockpit or transom. The offset single bunks on the starboard side allow for a washing machine to be installed in the lobby, making maximum use of this cleverly designed space. Headroom is great throughout these lower areas and there is an abundance of storage space in the cabins as well as a hidden compartment under the forward steps. The interior décor of the 23M typifies Princess’s subtle, understated approach. Two

Princess 23M Accelerated Pleasure alternative schemes are offered – with light or dark cherry finishing, sitting alongside Alcantara linings, cream carpets and upholstery – the result is stylish yet restful. This is enhanced by the huge rectangular side windows, allowing for vast amounts of daylight to fill the saloon area. The main deck layout combines a stylish design with simplicity and practicality. It boasts an open seating area aft, the dining area amidships, opposite the galley, and a circular dinette forward, opposite the helm. The flybridge layout, too, is deceptively simple, with a large sunbathing area aft and a comfortable dinette occupying the central spot with a curved sofa sweeping up the port side

and all the way round to the helm. At the very aft section of the flybridge there is the tender space, along with its hydraulic hoist, which can also be used to stow items in the spacious transom lazarette. The hoist also can be utilized for the launching or recovery of a PWC from the swimming platform. Access to the crew accommodation is through the side entrance or the transom hatch, which also gives easy access to the spacious engine room. At sea, the 23M lives up to its reputation of unrivaled sea-keeping ability. The 23M has a flatter-vee hull than most Olesinki designs, resulting in a 33 degree deadrise at the

forefoot, reducing to 13 degrees at the transom. The effect has been to create a delightfully responsive helm. Combine this with superb midrange acceleration and you have the effect of driving a lively offshore racer. Specified with virtually every amenity imaginable, the Princess 23M is an incomparable blend of performance and luxury. For further details please contact Leisure Marine Middle East LLC, P.O. Box 50946, Dubai, UAE T: +971 4 338 8604 F: +971 4 338 8605 E:

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Majesty 130 Awesome birthday gift There could have been no better way for Gulf Craft to celebrate its 25th anniversary that presenting itself with the biggest yacht every built in the Gulf, the Majesty 130.

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The Majesty 130 shows that we can compete successfully at the highest levels of international market expectations. — Erwin Bamps

This latest offering from the UAE builder has further strenghtened its reputation globally as the Gulf region's leading shipyard. That the yacht will go to Australia, a country well-recognized among boatbuilding nations, is testimony enough to Gulf Craft's worldwide recognition. The yacht is the product of two years' labour at the company Umm al-Quwain yard in the UAE. The company has led boat revolution in the GCC and has grown to the status it enjoys today. It is one of the few boatbuilders in the region capable of manufacturing boats more than 100-feet in overall length. The Majesty 130 can accommodate eight persons in four cabins and also has quarters for a crew of six and a separate cabin for the captain. Power is provided by twin 2,000 hp engines, and the superyacht has fuel capacity of 33,500 litres, giving the range for extended ocean voyages.

Interior design is by the specialist Australian, Sam Sorgiovanni Designs, and premium fittings and finishes are used throughout to create superluxury quality. Erwin Bamps, Gulf Craft's executive manager, described the new yacht as "The most ambitious project ever undertaken by a fiber glass yacht builder in this region. "The Majesty 130 shows that we can compete successfully at the highest levels of international market expectations, where customers are discerning and demanding in their requirements." From a builder of small fishing boats to leisure to building a superyacht, Gulf Craft has entered into a new era of manufacturing. Gulf Craft has hoisted its sails to go further on its journey of producing world-class yachts that would earn acclaim from yachting connoisseurs.

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LOA Length waterline Beam Draft (max load) Fuel Water Displacement Vessel type Accommodations Bathrooms Power options (speed) Interior design

131' (39.92 m) 102'2" (31.1 5 m) 24'9" (7.54 M) 6'5" (4.65 m) 8,850 US gal (33,500 l) 1,550 US gal (5,867 l) 140 tons (approx) FRP Luxury Motoryacht 8 (4 cabins) + 8 crew 9 (5 + 4 crew) 2 X MTU. 16V 2,000 M91 2,000 HP Sam Sorgiovanni Designs Pvt. Ltd.

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Sunreef 62 La Luna Smart Cat Modern and stylized, Sunreef 62 La Luna offers a luxurious and well thought out interior. Her vast innovative y-bridge enables control over the whole yacht providing a great sea view at the same time. She is meant either for sail or coastal cruising. The yacht comes in three layout versions. Buyers have the choice of finishing materials as well as electrical equipment. Owners can also choose either aluminum or composite for the catamaran's body. Each version features elegance, safety and original design Its unique features are that the folding dinner

table in the saloon that can be easily converted into a coffee table; folding teak table in the cockpit; very fast dingy powered by turbine engine - Zodiac projet 420 83 HP (excellent for water ski; two water makers - one 220L per hour (220V), the other 60L per hour (24V); and very convenient pullman bed in the guest cabin.

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Sydney Boat Show Sydney, Australia

April 2-7

Oslo International Boat Show Oslo, Norway

Mar 16-25

Tokyo (Yokohama) Boat Show Tokyo, Japan

Mar 15-18

Madrid Boat Show Madrid, Spain

Mar 14 - 18

Dubai Int’l Boat Show Dubai, UAE

Mar 13 - 17

Stockholm International Boat Show Stockholm, Sweden

Mar -11

Auckland Int’l Boat Show Auckland, New Zealand

Mar 7 - 11

HISWA Amsterdam boat show Amsterdam, Netherlands

Mar 6 - 11

Stockholm Int’l Boat Show Stockholm ,Sweden

Mar 2 - 11


Calendar of Events

Sanctuary Cover Int'l Boat Show Sanctuary Cove, Australia

May 24-27

Beirut Boat Show Beirut, Lebanon

May 16-20

Internautica Int'l Boat Show Poeroro, Slovenia

May 8-13

Boat Asia Singapore

Apr 19-24

Croatia Boat Show Split, Croatia

Apr 14-22

Moscow Boat Show Moscow, Russia

Apr 12-15

March 2 - 3

March 23 - 24 March 24 March 31

Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Catamaran Open Regatta (Series 2) UAE IRC National Championship (Round 2) UAE Jet Ski Championship (Heat 6) Traditional Dhow Sailing Race - 43ft (Heat 3)

April 20 - 21 April 21 April 28

UAE Match Race Cup (Round 3) “Maktoum Cup” Traditional Rowing Race - 30Ft UAE Wooden Powerboat Championship (heat 5)

April 13 - 14 April 14

April 7

GCC ClassIII 6Ltr. Powerboat Championship (Race 4) GCC ClassIII 6Ltr. Powerboat Championship (Race 5)

April 6 - 7

UAE National sailing Championship ( Series 5) UAE IRC National Championship (Round 3)

April 6

UAE Jet Ski Championship (Heat 7)

April 2007

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The President Cup Formula 2000 Championship (4)

March 13 - 17

March 10

Fujairah Traditional Rowing Race - 30ft (heat 4) Dubai International Boat Show

March 9 - 10

March 9 - 10

March 3

The President Cup Formula 2000 Championship (3)

Emirates open Regatta

Dubai Traditional Dhow Sailing Race - 22ft (Heat 6)

UAE Match Race Cup (Round 2)

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In keeping with Dubai’s expanding universe in areas such as real estate, tourism and services and goods industries, the marine leisure industry is also experiencing unpredented progress. In the long run, the industry is expected to become on the key drivers of the emirate’s economic growth. And the Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS) is the vehicle on which the marine leisure industry rides to a large extent. It has kept pace with the other developments in the emirate and has come to be a significant marketplace for the boating industry not only in the emirate but throughout the Gulf region. Each succeeding years has seen DIBS grow considerably. This year’s 15th edition is predicted to break previous records in all aspects, from floor space, in-water display, number of exhibitors and number of visitors. This year it has taken another big leap by having some

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superyachts on display. The 2006 show saw yachts such as Forty Love and Al Hanem, the UAE boatbuilder Romeo Design’s yacht which was not fully done in its interior design. It will again grace the show alongside another local boatbuilder Gulf Craft’s newest offering Majesty 130, New Zealand boat builder’s Sensation Yachts yacht, Sensation, and Italian boatbuilder Azimut’s Azimut 103S, to be shown by its agent, ART Marine. It is bound to be a big fight between these superyachts to be the biggest attraction of the show. Each of these yachts is different in its style, not just in size. Sensation surely holds the edge and its debut will be keenly watched by boating enthusiasts and connoisseurs in the region. Its price tag at US $60 million will make many jaws drop. With four decks that can accommodate as many as 10 guests and 12 full-time crew, the Sensation boasts an expansive upper-deck saloon for guest dining complete

with a piano. The other decks include formal dining rooms, a kitchen and the owner’s suite which contains a private office, full bathroom, steam room and king size bedroom suite. The lower decks contain guest cabins and a sun deck with lounge, jacuzzi, bar and barbecue facilities. Only the very highest quality materials have been used on the superyacht, such as onyx and marble. The Majesty 130 is Gulf Craft’s lovely present to itself on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. The company has been a frontrunner in the marine leisure industry and, over the years, it has come to be synonymous with the development and progress of the industry in the Gulf region. Gulf Craft’s name has spread across Umm-al-Quwain (the emirate where it is located) borders to overseas countries in Europe. The company takes part in the Düsseldorf show but it is at DIBS that it aggressively

markets its yachts of all ranges. In the words of Erwin Bamps, Executive Manager, Gulf Craft, “Because of so many international visitors travel to the UAE for the Dubai International Boat Show we always prepare a selection of new product releases for the worldwide market. The Majesty range epitomises the quality of workmanship and luxury of design and fittings that have become synonymous with Gulf Craft.” Azimut’s 103S will make its global debut. As usual, it will bear the hallmarks of Italian craftsmanship. With 120 square-metres of usable external space, divided between the stern platform, the cockpit, the relaxing area at the bow and the new upper deck space, this yacht spells luxury in all its sense. Besides its aesthetic exterior beauty and lavish interior offering, the Azimut 103S also shows a reasonably good speed of 40 knots for a boat of this size.

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Buy with conďŹ dence Before you go shopping, be prepared by doing research. Then, ask, ask, ask. If you are looking to buy a boat or shopping for your nautical accessories, it is essential you are knowledgeable enough to know about the products. So doing your research is important. Boat shows such as the one like Dubai provides a great opportunity for Middle East buyers to seek out the boat of their choice. Boat shows have exhibitors such as manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, dealers and marinas. All of them are there to sell you either their products or services. Manufacturers will display some of their new boats and accessories. Make a list of questions you would like to ask the salespeople. Most of the salespeople are knowledgeable and will provide you with answers to your questions. However, if you have done your research well it will save you time. Once you are at the show, pick up the brochures and all available literature on boats and accessories. Also ask the salespeople for their business cards so that you could contact them later in case you have more questions later on. A buyer must first talk to family members so as to discuss what the family would do with the boat. Once you have a clear picture in your mind on what to use the boat for, you could then provide the salespeople with an idea of what type of boat you are looking for. This would be of immense help to the salespeople who can then narrow down the boats for you to view or test drive. You must remember that there are at least 70 types of boats. You can look at different models in the manufacturer's line and choose the one best suited for you. Once you are set on the type of boat and the budget for the boat, you could walk into a booth and talk with the salespeople with confidence. The manufacturer's staff or the distributor's representatives will do their utmost to help you make a better choice. The boat show also gives you the opportunity to compare boats from different manufacturers. Take your time to talk to different manufacturers so as to enable you to understand the choices before you. Ask them all the questions you have, as you have nothing to lose by asking. It will be a great learning experience. If you ask intelligent questions, you can will taken seriously by the salespeople and not considered a "hull thumper" (industry slang for those with no intention to buy). If you are a serious buyer, check out the boat's physical attributes. Get onboard and take a good look at the boat's interiors. Do all the possible things, such as sitting at the helm, the bunks, etc. Know if the seat is the right one for you. Check out the dash and see if the controls are userfriendly. If you need extra electronics, ask the salespeople about getting it installed. Or, check out technical people who offer installation services. Check out if the portable floating devices (pfds) are of the right size for each member of your family. Many manufacturers offer Boat Show specials, such as extra equipment. Last, carry a pen and a notepad to jot down all the questions you want to ask and the answers you received for them. Buy with confidence.

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Helal Saeed Al Marri Director General, DWTC

The showing of these megayachts could mean only that DIBS is getting to be a magnet for the world’s leading manufacturers. A beginning will be made at this show and, hopefully, the trend would continue and grow in the years ahead. As a matter of fact, most of the top boatbuilders are represented at the show either through their Gulf agents or through stalls of their own. For most, it is not economically feasible to bring in their superyachts for display. However, their yachts are often shown on bigscreen TVs in their respective stalls so that buyers can get a good idea of what they look like and how they perform in water. Additionally, brochures are made readily available for the eager buyers. Boatbuilders such as Lurssen from Germany and Amels from the Netherlands will make their presence in the Luxury Supplies and Services area, which will also house the British Marine Federation (BMF), HISWA Holland Yachting Group and the German Boatbuilders Association. Huge temporary shelters have been erected on the parking lot opposite the Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC), the venue, and another area to accommodate increase in the number of exhibitors. Organisers Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) informs there has been an increase of 32 percent in exhibitors over last year. More than 250 exhibitors will participate and more than 450 companies will be represented with a 42 percent increase in the number of international exhibitors.

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Conference to scrutinize GCC market The third Gulf Boating Conference, with its theme, The Expanding Regional Market, will be held from March 14 and 15 at the Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC), as part of the Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS). The meet will look at the development and progress of the leisure marine industry in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) markets. Isa Kooheji, director for Kooheji Marine Bahrain, will provide an update on the industry in his country and also how Bahrain acts as a industry distribution centre for Saudi Arabia, Iran and Kuwait. Andrew Wagner, general manager of Al Masaood in Abu Dhabi, will provide his views on Building a distribution network in the Middle East; Amna Al Jallaf, partner in Ince Al Jallaf and Co, Dubai, will talk on Islamic Financing for Yachts and Boats; Guatama Dutta, of Marine Solutions, based in Mumbai, India, will explain how India is rapidly emerging as a global economic power and how leisure boating is growing. A speaker, whose name was not announced before this magazine went to press, from the Arab Marine Industries Association (AMIA) will deal with issues resulting from the AMIA survey related to boating regulations in the GCC. After the talk, there will be a panel discussion on Boating in the GCC -- Can it be made user-friendly? The conference will be chaired by Dr. Mohammed Hamdan, who is involved in a variety of leisure marine businesses in the UAE, including being a shareholder in Gulf Graft. The conference starts at 10 am to 3 pm. Delegates will go get a chance to visit the Dubai Maritime City, currently being built in the emirate.

There is a 21 percent increase in local exhibitors. Helal Saeed Al Marri, Director General, DWTC, said, “Many of the world’s leading suppliers in the boating industry will exhibiting at the DIBS 2007, in what is a pivotal event for trade professionals throughout the Middle East and beyond. It has rapidly established itself as the event of choice for the international, regional and local marine trade. The sheer diversity of boat equipment, supplies and services this year makes it the biggest and best yet.” Boatbuilders and suppliers of accessories and services from Gulf countries such as Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait have made a significant presence at DIBS. This year Qatar wants to make a bigger impact because of its efforts to market the developments of new marinas in the country. With 400 marina berths becoming available from March 2008 with the phased opening of the US$2.5 billion Pearl-Qatar, followed by a further 350 berths towards the end of the year, investors are booking their space in what will be one of the world’s most desirable boating destinations, said a press statement. DIBS also provides space for relaxation and fun after a dreary day of climbing boats and getting off them. There will be music to soothe tense nerves and weary legs. Like in years before, this year’s show is a “mustsee” for those who want to know what is the latest in the world of leisure boating.

AS Marine projects 50 per cent growth in sales

The planned Dubai Marine City

Al Shaali (AS) Marine says it expects a 50 per cent growth in sales in 2007, continuing its robust performance of last year. The basis for the company's ambitious sales forecast for this year is the construction and completion of several man-made islands in the UAE and neighbouring countries, coupled with a rising regional demand for luxury yachts for sport fishing and leisure. AS Marine's boats and yachts have built a reputation for quality craftsmanship, futuristic design and excellent performance, factors which the company believes are keys in extending their market share, both in the Gulf region and across the world. "Our luxury boats have become the benchmark for quality and performance, and we are constantly driven to raise the bar of our manufacturing standards," said Sultan Abdullah Al Shaali, Deputy Chairman and CEO, AS Marine. "Considering the impressive sales we have been achieving in the last few years and looking at the current market trends, we are extremely confident of recording a 50 per cent jump in sales of our boats, especially luxury yachts, during 2007," he added. Commenting on the potential of UAE's boat industry, Al Shaali, an industry veteran, said, "The boat industry in the UAE is estimated to be worth over AED 1.5 billion and to complement this we have an economy that is booming at an unprecedented pace. What this means is that the growth of this industry is set to reach enviable heights in the coming years and we are glad to be in a formidable position to capitalise on this boom." Arabian yachts 2007 MAR 49


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Visitor numbers fall but mood remains high The 2007 Dßsseldorf Boat Show showed a 6.5 per cent drop in visitor numbers. According to the show’s organisers, more than 273,000 people from more than 60 countries attended the nine-day event, compared to around 292,000 people in 2006. Bad weather and poor traffic conditions were mostly to blame for the lower-than-expected turnout.

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Nevertheless, a greater number of international visitors were in attendance this year, as well as more buyers with increased purchasing power. More than 54,600 visitors from outside Germany attended the show. The swell in numbers from Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East was especially strong. During the show, more than 1,644 exhibitors from 56 countries showcased their wares in 17 exhibition halls totalling around 220,000sq m of space. More than 60 per cent of visitors came with the firm intention of buying or ordering a new boat, and an overwhelming 97 per cent of all attendees claimed that their expectations had been met. Watersports struggled to attract newcomers. There was also a dearth of newcomers interested in this division. The mood in the halls was wonderfully upbeat. "The visitors who approached exhibitors at their stands were the cream of the crop in terms of buying power, international reach and knowledge of their sport,” commented Werner Matthias Dornscheidt, President and CEO of Messe Düsseldorf. “For those keen on watersports, boot is a not-to-be-missed event, regardless of travelling distance. Nevertheless, there are challenging circumstances to be countered: The age distribution of boot visitors mirrors demographic developments. There is a lack of newcomers, especially young ones eager to take up watersports as a hobby. Here, not only the industry needs to take action by boosting the appeal of their offerings directed at this target group and marketing offensively, but we, too, as trade fair organisers, need to step in.” The fact that the calibre of boot visitors was right on the mark is obvious in the first surveys: Over 60 percent attended with the express intention of buying or placing an order. Although happy in principle to make a purchase, just under 27 percent of the public were still undecided. Nowadays, every one in five visitors to boot arrives from abroad. Making their presence increasingly felt are visitors from countries in South-East Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Germans from the north and south of the country also appeared in the Rhenish halls in greater force. More than one in three boot visitors came from further afield in the host country. "Despite a drop in visitor numbers, boot was buoyed by last year's economic upturn,” said Jürgen Tracht, head of the Bundesverband Wassersportwirtschaft (Federal Association of the Watersports Industry - BWVS), summing up the event. “It was a case of quality making up for quantity. Sales and orders were being written up at a rate by exhibitors. The abundant, serious discussions conducted indicate that postfair business is also likely to be good.” Visitors' interest in boats and yachts climbed yet again. More than three quarters of those attending were going on a fact-finding mission in this segment. Favour then fell in descending order on boat equipment, engines and technical accessories (53 percent), water tourism offerings, boat or yacht charters and diving. Sailing's popularity remains undented. The talk among manufacturers of sailing boats and yachts of all sizes is of sales surpassing last year's levels. The same scenario played out for dealers in top-quality boat equipment, luxury fittings and navigational electronics. The trade wind continued to blow for motorboats. Motoryachts in the premium to luxury segments were again assured of finding high-calibre buyers from around the world. In contrast, demand for small boats, transportable by trailer, was more hesitant. The charter market, which thrives

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on high attendance figures, was unable to meet its targets fully this year. As usual, boat trips on European waterways which are navigable without a licence topped the popularity stakes. The Diving Show proved to be a favourite meeting point for underwater fans. More than one in five visitors headed for the world's No. 1 event for diving and diving tourism under the umbrella of boot. New developments in equipment and holiday destinations generated particular excitement among visitors. The leading manufacturers are satisfied with the fair's run and reported business on a par with last year's excellent levels. The Sport Fishing Center was also well frequented thanks to its blend of product presentations, activities and talks on all things rods, reels and travel, which was well received by anglers. The sporting and social aspects of boot 2007 were also a big success. Everyone who is anyone in the world of watersports turned up in Düsseldorf - from the international sailing elite to respected politicians and businessmen. Well over 150 events staged by exhibitors, international associations and organisations brought customers, experts, the press and public up to speed on their premieres, further developments and new projects. Which all goes to show that boot in Düsseldorf is the international discussion platform and economic trendsetter for the yachting and watersporting industry worldwide. Riva exhibited the Aquariva, the Rivarama and the Rivale. The three “small” boats, all produced in the historical Sarnico shipyard, represent the modern evolution of Riva yachts, whose unmistakable style merges with top luxury and avantgarde technology to create inimitable works of art. Bavaria Yachts, one of the top-ranking and biggest yacht builders in Europe, displayed 30cruiser, 33cruiser, 37cruiser (3 cabins), 39cruiser, 42cruiser, 46cruiser (4 cabins, 40vision, 44vision, and 50vision. The shipyward showed its powerboats such as 27sport, 30sport, 32sport, 32sportHT, 35sport, 35sportHT, 38sport, and 42sportHT Three new Dufors were seen -- the Dufour 525 Grand'large (Dufour's flagship), Dufour 485 Grand'large and Dufour 425 Grand'large. A new dimension of cataramans was shown with Lagoon 420. It had a standard hybrid drive, granting an extraordinarily economic utilization of energy. It is also nearly maintenance-free. The new design provides especially spacious premises on and below deck, unique in size with regard to a catamaran. It has an excellently designed control station, combined with a fix Bimini-top. From Nauticat, one of the world's leading traditional motorsailer and pilot house sailing yacht specialists, there was the Nauticat 351, which is a completely renewed model based on the well-known Nauticat 35. In comparison with the 35, the 351 features a new deck design, which resembles the one of the Nauticat 37, including a large u-shaped seat for helmsman, and entrance to the cockpit from the sides. The Guernsey 34 by Arvor was unvieled. It is finished to the highest standard. The quality of the materials used is remarkable and the level of onboard comfort allows for even the most ambitious cruises. With six berths, a galley, a restful cabin and a spacious cockpit fitted with folding bench seats, the boat has everything needed to transport ten people comfortably. Next year's Düsseldorf Boat Show is scheduled to take place from January 19-27, 2008.

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New director for Barcelona show

Toronto show generates strong sales A record number of visitors attended the Toronto International Boat Show. Despite bad weather, more than 90,270 visitors passed through the gates, resulting in a three per cent rise over last year's figures and an eight per cent rise over the average attendance levels taken over the last three years. According to the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), producers of this year's show, many exhibitors reported strong business during the 10-day event, with a number of companies reporting record sales. "Typically, we have a gradual build over the course of the show," said Gary Poole, co-owner of Buckeye Marine, a Canadian dealer for Regal, Chaparral, Princecraft and Mastercraft. "But this year we had a remarkable opening, including the first Monday when we had the snow storm. We sold seven units that day alone. We expect to surpass last year's unit sales of 52 by at least eight units and anticipate selling 100 units before the season begins." Similar success was seen by Surfango, which builds motorised kayaks and surfboards. "Response was way beyond our wildest dreams," said company president Peter Van Dalen. "We completed our three-year business plan in nine days. We sold 25 units during the show, but more importantly we signed up dealers across the country and expect to sell up to 1,000 units this year. Our original goal was 500 units." Angus Yachts, a Toronto-based dealer for Hunter, Jeanneau, Cruiser and Mainship yachts, claims to have had its best-ever Toronto show. "We deal with quite a sophisticated buyer and, complementing our excellent staff, the setting and overall situation this year of both the sail and trawler sections contributed greatly to what

should end up being approximately 40 to 60 per cent of our year's revenue in 2007," said Al Patterson, president of Angus Yachts. In light of the overall show results, Cynitha Hare, assistant show manager, said: "For the past few years, the show has been very focused on a strategic plan to grow quality attendance and improve the retail environment. Together with our marketing team, show committee and exhibitors, this unified effort has produced strong results, with very good sales and leads. We're extremely pleased with the outcome for the manufacturers and dealers in the Toronto show." The 50th Toronto International Boat Show will take place next year from January 11- 20, 2008.

Sanctuary Cove show adds 75 berths The 2007 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show has been extended with the addition of a pier for in-water display. The 19th annual Australian show, due to run from May 24-27, will now feature an additional 75 in-water berths at Sanctuary Cove marina. "This means the 2007 event will offer 3.7km of on-water displays plus a further 16,000sqm of pavilion and open-air exhibits," said general manager Barry Jenkins. So far the show has received 374 exhibitor applications. Staged by Sanctuary Cove in the northern area of Queensland's Gold Coast, the event attracts close to 50,000 visitors from around the world. In 2007, there will be exhibitors from Australia, New Zealand and India while imported boats and marine goods span the globe with the latest from France, Italy, Germany, Japan, China, Poland, France, Finland, Sweden, the US, the UK and Taiwan.

Fira de Barcelona, organiser of the 46th Barcelona International Boat Show, has announced the appointment of Jordi Freixas as director of this year's event. Freixas, who first joined the company in 1989, currently serves as sales director of the Barcelona show, as well as the Caravanning show, Hispack, the Barcelona Bargain Show, Barcelona Franchise Show, Graphispag and the Barcelona Motor Show. In the past, Freixas has been director of various trade shows, including Globalgeo and Maquitec, and deputy director of Construmat, the Barcelona Boat Show and other sportsrelated events. This year's Barcelona show runs from November 3-7 at the Gran Via exhibition centre and nearby Port Vell. In 2006, the event attracted around 178,000 visitors, with more than 1,600 exhibitors from 40 countries.

Gothenburgh Boat Show achieves new attendance record The Gothenborgh Boat Show 2007 drew 94,430 visitors, the highest number since 1989. The show is traditionally seen as the start of the boating season in Sweden. It is also the first of the Nordic boat shows each year and as such is a good indicator of where the market is heading. "I've never seen anything like this. Normally we sell one or two boats at this show," said Runo Gillholm from Gillholms Marina, representatives of Windy Boats and Minor Boats, who sold nine new boats at the show. This year's edition was the largest ever show staged in the city on Sweden's west coast, and has been the most successful commercially. Boats were sold at a rate never seen before and the show had a record 350 exhibitors and more than 500 boats. "We've got reports from many exhibitors with the same message: that they've never done this [level of quality] business at the show [before]," said Bengt Wallin, project manager at the boat show. "The ongoing good economic development, the fine weather we had last summer and the strong trend to spend your summer vacation back home are strong factors behind this positive development. We know, for instance, that the number of visitors [to Swedish guest marinas] grew by 12 per cent during 2006, and queues to the marinas are growing thanks to all [the] new boat owners." Arabian yachts 2007 MAR 55


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“Too close to call”, says team skipper on Alighi’s decision to postpone naming helmsman Two rounds of UBS Defender Trials seemed not enough for the Alinghi team management to name the helmsman for their defence of America’s Cup. Team skipper Brad Butterworth defended the decision to defer naming the helmsman by saying “it was too close to call.” So, the suspense remains. The decision now awaits further trials in Valencia, the venue of America's Cup, where the team now returns after its winter training in Dubai to take part in the Louis Vuitton Act 13. Butterworth noted, “The racing has been very, very close. For us it is a tough decision and this time it has been too close to call, plus we are really keen to keep this healthy in-house competition going when we get back to Valencia. When we get back we’ll be launching SUI100 and racing her against SUI91 and the team is committed to this in-house racing process, so we’re going to keep it going as we think this is good for our team.”

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In response, Sid Bensalah, DIMC sailing director, gave a brief backdrop to how Alinghi came to choose Dubai as its base for winter training. He said the Simmer had approached him and after the DIMC management discussed the offer, Bensalah said "yes" to Simmer and the latter was overwhelmed with joy. Bensalah remarked that it was a great opportunity for DIMC to host the America's Cup champions and wished the team great success in retaining the trophy. When asked if Alinghi would again come to Dubai, Jochen Schuemann, sports director, replied that the team must first win the America's Cup and then the question where to base its winter training would arise. He said that the conditions were good though there were exception when bad weather or low winds ruled out any practice on the waters off the DIMC. Peter Burnett, UBS Middle East Executive


locations such as this one here, then we can all be proud of what we have achieved. Of course, none of this would have been possible without UBS, our main partner, and the Dubai International Marine Club with their logistical support.” Butterworth too had praise for Dubai when he said, “The conditions here have in general reflected the conditions we expect in Valencia in June. So we did a lot of testing before turning our focus on racing. The racing has been great, the level of in-house competition has been high and the team is pushing hard. With the winter training now over, the team starts the breakdown of the compound immediately to get the boats on the ship back to Valencia where training will resume in mid-March.” Grant Simmer, Alinghi managing director, gave a pat to Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC) by saying, “They have been a great support to the team and we wish them all the best in their development as an international sailing venue."


Ed Baird in SUI164 clearly emerged the winner in the in-house racing match against Peter Holmberg in SUI191. Baird and his crew won both rounds, the first on a 3-all tie-breaker and the second 4-1. Butterworth said the presence of independent judges was important for the crews to give off their best. Syndicate head Ernesto Bertarelli provided his own views by saying, “This is the end of a very nice chapter of the Alinghi story for the 32nd America’s Cup. We have really enjoyed our stay in Dubai and have greatly benefited from being here. I am particularly pleased that by coming here, we have been able to touch another part of the world, having sailed in San Francisco and Newport, then later the Louis Vuitton Acts in Marseille, Sweden and Trapani and now back in Valencia. I think this is especially important since the Cup is a very old and extremely international trophy – if we can open new windows to our sport in

the line 59 seconds ahead to raise his points to 2, edging closer to Holmberg’s 3. In race six, the last race, Baird and Holmberg got away to an even start with both boats sailing a long time on port tack. When they met again SUI91 had a small advantage which they maintained to the topmark and downwind to finish 37 seconds ahead. On winning the round, Braid said, “All the guys are being reminded that it’s the simple basic things that you have to do correctly time and time again to be successful. As a team, every time we get into a high pressure race, it’s the basics that win it.” Giving his take on the event as a whole, Butterworth noted, “We’ve been sailing with each other a lot over the last few months and the standard of crew work and the way that we sail the boats has improved since we started racing. There’s a winner and a loser in these regattas and it puts a lot more pressure on the crew. We’re trying to emulate a Louis Vuitton Cup and this is

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downwind leg with more pressure from behind, by the next topmark Baird had almost doubled the lead and went on to win by 49 seconds. Race 4 was just one lap. Holmberg started to the left of Baird and when the boats came together a few minutes after the start Holmberg showed a small advantage but couldn’t cross and tacked. SUI91 tacked away. SUI64 rounded the topmark a boat length ahead and on the downwind leg both boats were even with SUI64 finding a bit more pressure on the left handside to finish 41 seconds ahead. In Round 1, racing got away in 8-10 knots on the fourth day with Peter Holmberg (SUI64) getting over the line at the start. He commented, “That was a big mistake on my part, I had the start won and I got a little greedy. I had set a trap for him to come in there and got a little slow and he came in and hooked me and put me over the line.” With just one windward-leeward, Baird crossed

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Chairman, remarked that it was his company's pleasure to be associated with Alinghi and also to be the host of the Defender Trials. He later distributed the prizes to the winners. In Round 2, on the fourth day, the race was delayed because of unstable conditions. But when it finally got away, the boats had a split tack start. SUI64 took an early lead in a big shift off the start line. Holmberg and the crew of SUI91 clawed Baird back downwind, closing the gap. But it was not enough and Baird finished 35 seconds ahead bringing the score to 4-1. While the third day races were postponed, day two saw the teams go out in steady 10-11 knot breeze. With Ed Baird at the helm of SUI91 and Peter Holmberg on SUI6, the boats started on opposite tacks, with Baird tacking over to follow Holmberg out to the right. When Holmberg came back Baird and SUI91 had found more pressure and crossed ahead. SUI91 led around the top mark and although the boats came together on the first

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America's Cup is more open than ever before, says Louis Vuitton chief The most prestigious as well as glamourous trophies of the sailing world, the Louis Vuitton Cup and the America's Cup, stood proudly on either side as Yves Carcelle, Chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton, explained his company's involvement in the competition at a press conference. Carcelle did not name who he thought would win the America's Cup but said, "I think the outcome of this year’s America’s Cup is more open than ever before.” The winner of the Vuitton Cup meets Alinghi, the holder of the America's Cup. There will be eleven teams in the challenger series and the winner will take away the Louis Vuitton Cup. The series, which begin from April 16, will have two full roundrobins, where each team meets each other twice. Then on May 6 or 7, four of the qualifiers take part in the semi-finals. The three expected semifinalists are Emirates Team New Zealand, Luna Rossa Challenge and BMW Oracle Racing. There will be a keen fight for the fourth berth. Magnus Holmberg, skipper and helmsman of the Victory Challenge, who also spoke at the media event, feels his challenge will come from Spanish Desafio Espanol, Italian Mascalzone Latino and South African Team Shosholoza. “We see ourselves as one of the smaller teams with less resources but one who fights harder. We are now at the fifth generation boat of the type presently being used in the America’s Cup. For each generation they get more and more equal in speed. That is why I am convinced that the matches will be extremely tight,” Holmberg said. There was a demonstration of how the America's Cup website would look. The site will provide upto-date information and race details. Also sitting at the table was Bruno Trouble, the spokesperson for Louis Vuitton, who was responsible in initiatimg the Louis Vuitton Cup in 1983. Trouble was skipper of the French challenger in the America's Cup of 1977, 1980 and 1983. He felt that since the number of challengers for America's Cup had increased, there was a need for a competition to determine the challenger to the holder. The America’s Cup, originally the 100 Guinea Cup with a trophy made in England in 1848 by jeweller-tothe-king Robert Garrard, was founded as a result of the American schooner “America” winning the race against a fleet of British yachts outside the Isle of Wight in 1851. The America’s Cup was instituted by the New York Yacht Club under a Deed of Gift, a trophy with the purpose of being "a perpetual challenge cup for friendly competition between nations."

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Yves Carcelle, Chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton, anked by Bruno Trouble (left) & Magnus Holmberg (right)

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Trim and battle-ready Skipper believes Dubai training has made Victory Challenge pose a serious challenge to rivals Twenty-five glorious yet hardworking days in Dubai will likely do a world of good for Victory Challenge for the Louis Vuitton Cup Challenger Series that start in Valencia on April 16. The team's two boats, Örn (SWE 63) and Orm (SWE 73), were engaged in “highquality racing” from January 4 to February 4 and they “exceeded all expectations”, according to Magnus Holmberg, skipper and helmsman. He said the sailing conditions were very good and that during their wo final days the winds blew between 8 knots to 25 knots. “I have never sailed in a place with such persistent good wind conditions throughout a whole month,” he added. “We have had a much-needed workout, with a lot of pre-starting, racing and manoeuvring. Since the two-boat sailing during autumn focussed on speed tests and development, it was this time a steep learning curve for the crew. Advanced manoeuvrings put the team under pressure; there is a big difference between the crew today and when they started on their first day of racing at the beginning of January. We are now significantly better prepared for the Louis Vuitton Cup, especially for the tight matches.” The weather did rob the team of practice on the water. But Holmberg maintain that “the number of days on the water is important too. It would have been possible to get in days of sailing training in Valencia in January too, but only short spells. Here we have not only had a lot of sailing days, but also long stretches on the water.” Victory Challenge had 181 hours of high-quality training. This compares with the two and a half months it took in Valencia last autumn to achieve the same number of hours on the water. Holmberg had warned the team not to have too high expectations of Dubai wather. “The meteorologists have provided us with weather statistics. But statistics are no guaranties, they are only averages,” he had informed the crew. There were a lot of discussions preceding the decision to site the winter training in the United Arab Emirates, which, just like Valencia during spring and summer, normally has a stable sea breeze, wind conditions which also prevail outside California, USA and Perth, Australia. “If we knew then what we know today, the decision would have been easy,” Magnus Holmberg said, adding: “But we have also been lucky!” On its return to Valencia, Victory Challenge got into structure tests of the newlybuilt SWE 96, which was launched in the America’s Cup harbour in Valencia in the second week of February. “This project has not only cost an enormous amount of man hours, but also a lot of blood sweat and tears. I know you have all fought very hard to get this magnificent boat together,” said Magnus Holmberg, skipper and helmsman. It has taken 27 000 man hours to build the SWE 96 at the boatyard in Lindholmen Science Park in Göteborg. The boat building started on the June 14, 2006 under the supervision of Killian Bushe, who also built the two winning boats for Illbruck and ABNAMRO in the two latest Volvo Ocean Races Magnus Holmberg took SWE 96 on her maiden voyage as the light of the day turned into dark of the night. The boat sailed windwards with its all new Red Bull design on the hull. The new yacht’s one clear improvement over SWE 63 and SWE 73 was that it was possible for her to sail using the entire waterline of SWE 96. “She sails majestically,” Magnus Holmberg said.

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Yo! maintained her season’s winning streak with yet another victory in the Maktoum Sailing Trophy. There seems to be no stopping Toby O’Connell and his crew in the Dubai waters. Even before the race begun, Yo! was the favourite and O’Connell demonstrated his prowess in no small measure by scoring eight straight firsts to win Division I of the race whose format has been changed this year. Defending champion Kristian Tzanov in his yacht, Faith, and with a new sponsor, Carrera, the well-known Italian eyewear company,

came in third with Mattafix, skipper by David Rostant taking the second berth. In Division II, Le Meridien Mina SeyahiKenavo, skipper by Alexander Mercier, won followed by Yousef Bin Lahej and Christopher Vanek in Duboat Racing in second place and Jo Gillespie in his Spirit of Jupiter finishing third. Division III finishers were Eureka Group Sailing Team, Blitzem and Still Pennyless. The third edition of the race was expanded both in the duration, separate divisions and

race course. There was a regatta of ten indoor races and one offshore race. Saeed Hareb, managing director of the Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC), the organisers, said that the format has been changed to allow foreign teams to participate. There were three divisions and the race was spread over ten days. Twenty-six boats took part in the race, which carried more than AED 100,000 in prize money. Hareb said the changes were deliberate done to increase the race's prestige. He said

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the number of participants showed the race has earned a big reputation among the sailors. "We want to take it a step higher by ensuring more international competitors come to Dubai for the series," he noted. Teams from Holland and Australia were among the competitors. For the first time an all-women team, Eureka Group Sailing Team, from Italy took part. The increase in the number of days also helped the sailors to face different racing conditions. The organisers felt a larger UAE participation would help encourage the sport among the native community. There were 11 teams from the UAE. On a couple of days the weather was not favourable, resulting in many boats failing to take part. At the end of the competition, Hareb said, “The Maktoum Sailing Trophy is one of the most successful events in the history of sailing. It has not only produced results but has also created challenging opportunities to the competitors in the three classes. The weather was good and the skippers and crew put their best skills and tactics to use. I am extremely happy with the event and thank my staff at DIMC, the hotel, jury, race officials and the teams for a successful event. "I promise that year after year this event will be one of the much coveted events in the UAE and the region. The winner, Tony O'Connell, could not hide his joy at his triumph in the prestigious race. He declared, “It was a brilliant race today and we are happy that the pressure is over. Light winds helped us a great deal and we look forward to participating again next year. This has been the best ever regatta organised ever since I settled in and participated in the UAE. The race and organising committee have done a great job”. Losing champion Tzanov remarked, “We tried our best but with a big boat we deserved some more wind. Yo! has been spectacular during the series and in the spirit of the sport we are humbled to get the third place. This gives us the impetus to try harder next year."

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Division I 1. Yo! (Toby O’Connell) 2. Mattafix (David Rostant) 3. Faith (Francis Carr & Kristian Tzanov)

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Division II 1. Le Meridien Mina Seyahi - Kenavo (Alexander Mercier) 2. Duboats Racing (Yousef Bin Lahej & Christophe Vanek) 3. Spirit of Juniper (Jo Gillespie)

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Division III 1. Eureka Group Sailing Team (Giancarlo Simeoli) 2. Blitzem (Gil Smith) 3. Still Pennyless (Mike Jelfs)

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all pics © Jacques Vapillon/MSYCD


Saeed Hareb with the winners.

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Sharp & sensual Robert Cavalli Black pursues the same impulse for action and innovation emblematic of this dynamic Florentine. The fragrance is a new addition to the famed designer's first masculine fragrance, Roberto Cavalli Man. The bottle sports the brand symbol, snake, and is chameleonic black-violet hue. The packaging features the designer's signature: the zebra motif, black, on an iridescent background. It is sharp and sensual, with the fresh accents of coriander, tarragon, bamboo, geranium, lavender, white pepper, cedar wood, Tonka beans and musk.

Revival of the Spirit Longines Spirit collection is based on a chronograph watch dating from the 1920a, fitted with an L13.33Z movement and first produced in 1913 under the guidance of Alfred Pfister, the technical director. At its launch, the watch's movement featured an instant 30-minute counter, a single crown with three positions, a dial decorated with luminescent numerals and hands, as well as a 29.60mm diameter (13 lines) calibre. The watch has been given a new life. All new versions are made of stainless steel and fitted with a high-quality self-winding mechanical movement, with the exception of the quartz ladies' models. Each model can be purchased on a stainless steel bracelet with pushpiece-operated triple folding clasp or a tan genuine alligator strap with a small buckle.

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Range of choices Sony has expanded its family of Bravia LCD televisions to include five series of high-performance models having panel sizes ranging from a 70-inch screen to a compact 26-inch screen to suit the varying needs of different consumers. The five new series comprise of the premium X-Series and the SXRD range, which is high-end models having full High Definition (1920X1080) resolution. The SXRD range of TVs use the newly developed Sony-unique SXRD device that reproduces amazing film-like picture quality. The SXRD models are available in 70-inch, 60-inch and 50-inch screen sizes.

Riviera reection Riviera XL Chronograph reflects the glamour and jet-set lifestyle on the Riviera on the French Cote d'Azur. This legendary timepiece, first introduced in 1973, preserves its 12-sided watchcase. Its generous 40mm polished/satinfinished steel or steel and gold case contributes to its arresting style. Undoubtedly, the watch's strength resides in its dial. The central silvered tapestry dÊcor of the Greek letter Phi, the brand’s emblem, combined with traditional black Roman numerals denote a dash of distinction. The tone on tone, silvered counters make a statement of discretion and refinement. The dial has self-winding movement with a chronograph function.

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Yves Carcelle, Chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton, flanked by Bruno Trouble (left) & Magnus Holmberg (right)

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98 MAR 2007 Arabian yachts

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100 AR 2007 rabian yachts

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Arabian yachts 2007 MAR 103

104 AR 2007 rabian yachts

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