Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards

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In the category of ‘Best Yacht Management Services in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Captain Stephen Corbett/ JPS. Others nominees included ART Marine, Western Marine and Duboats.
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In the category of ‘Best Charter Company in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Dusail represented by Ron & Debbie Kirkwood. Others nominees included ART Marine, Bristol Middle East, Ducharter, El Mundo, Dubai Creek, Silver Line Charters and Cavendish White.
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In the category of ‘Best Sales and Afterservice Dealer in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Art Marine. Others nominees included Macky Marine, Duboats, Western Marine, ARC Middle East and T5 Middle East.
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In the category of ‘Best Sales Service Excellence in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Dubai Creek. Others nominees included Extreme Marine, Western Marine, Duboats and The Boathouse.
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In the category of ‘Best Marine Event - Competition in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Maktoum Sailing Trophy. Other nominees included Jumeirah Regatta and Class 1 Powerboating.
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In the category of ‘Best Marine Event - Boating in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Dubai International Boat Show. Other nominees included Kuwait Boat Show and Jumeirah Regatta.
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In the category of ‘Best Industry Initiative - Marina Berthing in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Dubai Marina Yacht Club. Other nominees included Dubai International Marine Club, Festival City and Dubai Marina Yacht Club.
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In the category of ‘Best Industry Initiative - Brand Presence & International Promotion in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Island Global Yachting. Other nominees included Victory Team, ART Marine and Dubai Maritime City.
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In the category of ‘Best Industry Initiative - Most Anticipated Project in the Middle East’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Anchor Marina. Other nominees included Dubai Motor Yacht Club (Dubai Marina), Dubai Maritime City, Anchor Marina (IGY), and The Pearl, Qatar.
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In the category of ‘Best Power Yacht in the Middle East for Ski Performance’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Monterey 214 (Macky Marine). Other nominees included Monterey 214 FS, Pegiva, Mooba LSV, Yamaha 29 and Mastercraft X2.
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In the category of ‘Best Power Yacht in the Middle East for Motor Boat (Under 40 ft’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Windy Ghibli 28 (Western Marine). Other nominees included Formula 40, Windy Ghibli 28, Doral 34 Elegante and Fairline Targa 38.
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In the category of ‘Best Power Yacht in the Middle East for Motor Yacht (Over 40 ft)’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Azimut 62 (ART Marine). Other nominees included Pershing 50, Majesty 88, Azimut 62, Sunseeker Superhawk and Aicon 64.
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In the category of ‘Best Power Yacht in the Middle East for Sports Fisher’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Donzi 35ZF (Alshaya Marine). Other nominees included Riviera 42, Hatteras 84, Al Dhaen Sea Dan 360, Sea Fox 256 and Donzi 35ZF.
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In the category of ‘Best Power Yacht in the Middle East for Local Builder’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Gulf Craft. Other nominees included Al Hareb, Al Dhaen, Al Yousuf, GC Marine, Palm Marine and Monte Carlo Marine.
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In the category of ‘Best Best Sail Yacht in the Middle East - Overall’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Beneteau First 34.7 (Duboats). Other nominees included Beneteau First 34.7, Jeanneau 39 DS, Sequest RP36, Laser SB3 and Lagoon Catamaran.
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In the category of ‘Best Best Sail Yacht in the Middle East – Local Builder’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Seaquest Yachts. The other nominees included Premier Composites.
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In the category of ‘Contribution to the Middle East Marine Industry - Institution’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Dubai International Marine Club represented by Saeed Hareb. Other nominees Dubai International Marine Club, Dubai Offshore Sailing Club and Knotika.
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In the category of ‘Contribution to the Middle East Marine Industry - Person of the Year’ for the Arabian Gulf Yachting Awards, the winner was Christophe Vanek. Other nominees Saeed Hareb, Sid Bensalah and Alessio Tumbiolo.
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