The Abu Dhabi International Boat Show 2021 continued its activities, championships for the third day in a row, amid a large audience of visitors interested in yachts, boats, marine sports and fishing equipment.
The third edition of ADIBS boasts a variety of exciting and interactive activities, including the UAE Flyboarding Championship organised by the Abu Dhabi International Marine Sports Club, which witnessed intense competitions between UAE amateur and pro athletes who showed off their skills and tricks on the water. The championship provided visitors with a spectacular display with pro flyboarders diving gracefully into the water and soaring up to 15 meters in the air. ADIBS also includes a variety of concerts and entertainment that ensures all family members have good times at the show.
As part of the show, visitors can enjoy the Desert Shield Challenge who has provided the first obstacle course in Abu Dhabi and the UAE, allowing children, adults and people of determination to enjoy an exhilarating experience and do their best to overcome all obstacles in a healthy and fun environment.
Gourmets and cooking enthusiasts were also able to enjoy live demonstrations at the Fishmarket attraction with award-winning Chef Manish Law, who was named one of the Middle-East’s top 50 Chefs by Hotelier Middle East magazine.
The exhibition, being held at ADNEC Marina on the waterfront of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre until October 16, offers its visitors the opportunity to enjoy range of boats, yachts and innovative new products from various companies in the UAE and the world. There are also be many exhibitors who are present showcasing recreational marine equipment as well as the latest fishing equipment, along with water entertainment activities and many other attractions.
ADNEC has made sure to take all the necessary precautions for welcoming the visitors to ADIBS 2021, as the wellbeing and health of the participants, exhibitors, and visitors are at the top of its priority, and it has taken a wide range of precautionary and preventative measures developed in cooperation with various relevant sides.
Procedures for all visitors’ to the Show include being fully vaccinated and providing a PCR test made less than 48 hours before entry for everyone over 16. While children ages 12 to 15 require a PCR test made less than 48 hours before entry, and children aged 11 and under 12 do not require a PCR test.
Visitors can buy tickets via the link (www.adibs.ae). Timings for the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show are 4pm to 10pm from October 13 to 15 and 4pm to 9pm for October 16.