The Majestic Dubai Harbour Project
The Start Of The Dubai Harbour Project
The Gulf has always been connected with maritime tradition. Trade and commerce in the region thrived because of it, which is why the Dubai Harbour Project was set up. The harbour is a cruise terminal built in addition to the first one revealed two years back. The capacity of the port can comfortably accommodate 1,200,000 passengers every year.
The project is the first one to construct two terminals at the same time. Both terminals have one apron of 900 metres, and both are 14,000 square metres in size. About 130,000 square metres of earth were reclaimed for the project.
Some Fantastic Facts About Dubai Harbour
- The harbour holds over 1000 berths so that to accommodate, comfortably, the biggest private yachts of the world. It will also become the largest marina for the MENA region.
- Restaurants, hotels, event arena, yacht clubs, opulent residences are just the tip of the 20 million square feet harbour. The waterfront destination also includes a shopping mall stretching over 870,000 square-foot.
- One of the highlights of Dubai Harbour is the Dubai Lighthouse. 135 meters long, the architectural phenomenon will come equipped with an observation deck for gorgeous 360-degree views.
The Dubai Harbour: The Where And The Why
The harbour will encompass into a single community, the following:
- Skydive Dubai
- Dubai International Marine Club
- Logo Island
Dubai Harbour hopes to give a novel look at the skyline of the emirate along with the world biggest observation wheel, Ain Dubai. Moreover, the harbour provides an unparallel and unimpeded view of the Arabian Gulf thanks to its unique location. The waterfront destination is right between Palm Jumeriah and Jumeirah Beach Residence on the King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street.