Abu Dhabi has launched the Ramadan Iftar cruises, which will take place on Belevari Marine’s Catamaran74 luxury yacht, organisers have announced.
The three-hour cruises will start at the Emirates Palace Hotel and set off at sunset to the Corniche, Lulu Island and Maha Island.
The concept has been specifically designed to cater to corporations that prefer anonymity to host their top executives and clients during the holy month.
The Iftar can accommodate up to 50 people and consists of live grill cooking, 40 international dishes, live entertainment and VIP car parking at the Emirates Palace Marina.
“In recent years we have witnessed a diverse group of communities embracing the Ramadan culture and enjoying the experience of breaking the fast at sunset. The Belevari Iftar cruise offers a unique setting to commemorate a unique gathering in the middle of the Arabian Sea,” said Max Casey, event producer of Belevari.
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