Dubai Maritime City Signs Manufacturing Lease Agreement with Vitmar Yachts

Press Release
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Photo: Drydocks World

Dubai Maritime City, a facility providing maritime services, signed a Yacht Manufacturing Workshop Lease Agreement with Vitmar Yachts, a custom luxury motor yachts manufacturer, for property within its’ Marine District. The Agreement was signed by Khamis Juma Buamim, Chairman of Drydocks World and Sheikh Tariq Al Khalifa, President of Vitmar. 

Vitmar Yachts is a new brand founded by Sheikh Tariq Al Khalifa, President and Antonio Amatuzzo, CEO with the cooperation of well-known Italian designers and craft makers, and the yachts will be assembled at their workshop in Dubai Maritime City. Vitmar Yachts will produce yachts ranging from 35 to 72 meters in length.
 

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