As Saudi Arabia opens its doors to the world, the scale of the opportunity presented by the east coast of the Red Sea is becoming clearer to charterers and owners alike.

Red Sea Week in 2019 saw 65 of the world's finest superyachts enjoying world-class watersports, diving, art and excursions ashore in a variety of vehicles. There was cuisine by Michelin-starred chefs and intimate performances by Grammy award-winning artists.

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As launches go, it could not have gone better. It was an unqualified success and a spectacular celebration of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's rich culture, history and incredible landscapes. 

A pristine wilderness

A pristine wilderness

As an insular Kingdom for so long, Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coast is both unspoilt and unexplored, a pristine wilderness of deserted bays, low lying islands and tranquil turquoise shoals.

A marine sanctuary

A marine sanctuary

This coast is home to thriving reefs and diverse marine life. From the air the shades of blue and green are reminiscent of The Bahamas or the Maldives. It is staggeringly beautiful.

Intriguing interior

Intriguing interior

Beyond the flat coastal plains, a mountainous interior shimmers in the distance, a place of pure light and exquisite natural beauty. Nestling in these volcanic valleys are some incredibly rich historical treasures, like the UNESCO protected archaeology of Al Hijr.

Nabataean settlement

Nabataean settlement

The ancient settlement is 200,000 years old and home to the best preserved Nabataean settlement south of Jordan, with over 100 tombs carved into the sandstone city.

City of Al Ula

City of Al Ula

A few kilometres south is the ancient walled city of Al Ula, which dates back to the 6th century and lies cocooned in a verdant valley edged by red sandstone cliffs.

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The Kingdom is planning to welcome the world to explore its rich and intriguing history and heritage. To that end numerous world class projects, spanning 400km of its tranquil shores, are already under development.

From the megacity of Neom, near the location for last year’s Red Sea Week in the country’s northwest, your next stop as you wind down the intricate coastline will be Amaala, a Red Sea Riviera that will bring together the very best of art, culture, wellness and healthy living, all the while focusing on environmental preservation and sustainability. Half a day’s cruise southeast will bring you to the Red Sea Project, positioned at the heart of a spectacular archipelago and reaching into the mountainous interior with its geological beauty and historic significance.

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Charter guests can exclusively experience the very best in luxury lifestyle in this exciting and fast-emerging destination. As an owner with Burgess yacht management you can be one of the first to explore this unspoilt and awe-inspiring cruising ground.

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For owners of yachts charter managed by Burgess, this is an unmissable opportunity to charter your yacht between the summer and winter seasons, usually considered off season, to realise the huge potential of the Red Sea.

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If you want to know more about the scale of the opportunity and the charter potential of this extraordinary emerging destination, please get in touch with our Dubai office or contact your Burgess broker.

To find out more about Burgess’ yachts for sale and yachts for charter, please contact your Burgess broker. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our offices directly: LondonMonacoNew YorkMiamiSingapore or all other locations.


 

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