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Old 09-07-2013, 04:15   #1
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Buying a boat in Dubai

The quality control system maintained by sales teams in Dubai identifies and corrects details of fastening, assembly, fittings to totally eliminate ‘after sales’ problems. The Dubai marina has excellent facilities for luxury boats. Dubai is an excellent place to have a luxury boat for weekend rides in to the calm Arabian ocean.
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Old 09-07-2013, 05:03   #2
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Re: Buying a boat in Dubai

salaam aleikum

i am looking for something in the 140ft range for my 10 wives to live aboard
,and something a bit smaller,70-80ft as a runabout for me and my efendi's to go fishing on and drink (non alcholic beer) on.....

does the marina accept liveaboards?
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Re: Buying a boat in Dubai

your sig says you do UAE Visas, can you also do UAE passports for overstayers who have been told they are not welcome and can't get into any more countries on their current passports? You might want to go see the OP of the NZ Immigration thread and offer him a UAE passport so he can enter either Aussie or the Pacific islands after he leaves NZ...
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Re: Buying a boat in Dubai

Too hot for me, spent a month in Saudi Arabia, on the sea shore. 50c somedays and HUMID, woo. I admire folks who can sail there and enjoy it. But then on a luxury Yacht with air conditioning, it probably isn't so bad.
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