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$305m superyacht Nirvana to go on display in Dubai

The lavish vessel will be the largest yacht to ever be showcased at Dubai International Boat Show

$305m superyacht Nirvana to go on display in Dubai

Rivalling
outstandingly lavish UAE and Russian yachts, Oman’s one-year-old Nirvana is one
of the most luxurious floating mansions of its time.

Delivered by
Oceanco, a renowned custom yacht builder owned by Omani private investor Dr
Mohammed Al Barwani, Nirvana is the largest superyacht delivered by the
company.

Click here to see our gallery of the superyacht Nirvana

The 89-metre
Nirvana is one of a handful of elite world cruising yachts and with
its exceptional quality, is considered one of the most impressive
yachts available on the market.

On sale for $305.6m by Edmiston brokerage, she is the
largest yacht to ever be on display at the Dubai International Boat Show, which
will run between March 4-8, with 14 superyachts on display.

Key
buyers and visitors will have the chance to network with some of the world’s
most celebrated superyacht builders at the SYBAss Pavilion including
Azimut-Benetti, CRN, Fincantieri, Heesen, Mondo Marine, Sanlorenzo and Trinity.

Up
to 26,000 visitors are expected to attend, including 5000 high net worth
individuals (HNWI), from more than 70 countries.  The show will host 840
exhibitors and brands from 50 countries, with an expected 35 percent growth in
US companies confirming floor space this year.

“The
Dubai International Boat Show has anchored the UAE as the key market for
companies to showcase their dynamic superyacht products and services to leisure
marine enthusiasts and HNWIs in the Middle East who value high standards of
craftsmanship in their luxury purchases,” Dubai World Trade Centre senior vice
president Trixie LohMirmand, organiser of Dubai International Boat Show, said.

The 22nd Dubai
International Boat Show will be held at the Dubai International Marine Club,
Mina Seyahi, and will be open to trade visitors and the general public between
3pm-9.30pm daily between 4-8 March 2014.

Click here to see our gallery of the superyacht Nirvana

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