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Old August 4th, 2005, 07:50 AM   #61
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Sure we already knew this but

Dubai Maritime City to house the first ship registry office in the Middle East

Dubai Maritime City has announced that it will house the first ever ship registry office in the Middle East aimed at a creating a significant boost to the maritime community in the region


Amer Ali, Project Manager of Dubai Maritime Cit

The registry office will work in conjunction with the government in establishing the standards that ships will be required to maintain, which will coincide with international standards. The registry office will operate on an international level by accepting national and foreign ownership of vessels.

'This marks a major step for the maritime community in the Middle East as it sets new benchmarks of excellence for the industry,' said Amer Ali, Project Manager of Dubai Maritime City. 'The primary function of the registry will be to maintain the specific requirements of the government related to the ship owning company or the ship itself.

As the first purpose built maritime cluster, we are pleased to be involved in the setting of groundbreaking new industry standards to benefit maritime businesses in the region. We aim to ensure that the highest possible standards are maintained to make it attractive for ship owners and liner operators to register with us,' he added.

The ship registrar keeps a record of all vessels registered under its flag with details of the owners and shareholders of the owning company, the ship's particulars, classification details, all statutory and international trading
certificates, record of ISM and ISPS compliance and any registered mortgages on the ship.

An active ship register with a good support system will attract ship-owners to register their vessels under that particular flag. This will in turn attract ship managers, brokers, banks and ship-brokers and ship finance institutions and other maritime related players to the region, thus helping in the growth of the maritime industry locally.

Dubai already offers numerous advantages for those setting up their businesses here. Ship owners will be able to take advantage of these benefits, which will definitely give them an edge over ships registered in other flag states.

http://www.ameinfo.com/65344.html
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Another article that I found while I was bored:

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Dubai Maritime City generates significant interest at Newbury Races
Wednesday, August 17, 2005

As part of its overall strategy of creating global awareness of its unique maritime project, Dubai Maritime City participated at an exhibition entitled 'Dubai Day 2005', which was part of Dubai International Arabian Races at Newbury UK, one of the most prestigious Arab Racing Events in Europe, featuring a double bill of top quality action and racing's biggest ever give-away.

The three day exhibition was held to promote commerce and tourism of Dubai amongst an international audience and witnessed participation from some of the leading and key Dubai-based projects including Dubai Maritime City who had a stand to showcase its project to the global maritime and business community.

This year's event was supported by His Excellence Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance and Industry and brought together a range of international partners that included Dubai Maritime City, Emaar, Nakheel and the Ministry of Interior that attended under the Dubai contingent.

"We are tremendously pleased with our participation as Dubai Maritime City generated significant interest from visitors at the exhibition," said Ahmed Bin Harib, Executive Sales, Dubai Maritime City. "It was a perfect platform to introduce the maritime hub to our global target audience in a relaxed and informal environment. We look forward to participating in other such international events that will further the Dubai Maritime City brand and create additional awareness," he added.
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Old October 9th, 2005, 01:11 AM   #63
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since the last couple of days there is no activity
i wonder when they will start construction on it
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Old December 12th, 2005, 06:41 PM   #65
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at grand hyatt we tonight have a gala dinner with awards ceremony for dp world

they have put some stand up posters in the convention centre


well, what can i say: the towers are tall, really tall, very tall

there is one tower which is around 300m+

design and landscaping
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Old December 12th, 2005, 07:14 PM   #66
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And you didn't have your camera?
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Old December 12th, 2005, 07:25 PM   #67
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Old December 13th, 2005, 03:31 PM   #68
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Old December 27th, 2005, 06:23 PM   #69
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you might know the maritime city webiste hasn't been update for nearly 2 years



Omnia to redevelop Dubai Maritime City website

Omnia, the Dubai Media City-based integrated marketing and design solutions consultancy, has been appointed by Dubai Maritime City, the multi-dimensional maritime centre which is creating a unique world-class environment for the global maritime community, to redevelop its website.

Omnia is to review the existing website and devise a forward strategy that will initially involve a re-design of the site and lead to the development of an on-site community for Dubai Maritime City residents and partners.


'We believe a phased approach to the project will enable the site to simultaneously be re-developed while catering to Dubai Maritime City's immediate needs,'


said Adam Booth, Managing Director, Omnia. 'Components in the on-site community will also be released in a phased manner'.

The project is divided into four main phases. The first phase will be informative and involve the total re-design and updating of the site. The second phase will concentrate on driving sales and will be highly interactive with investors and partners. Phase three, the foundation of the community portal, will focus on development of an intranet and extranet while the final phase, a second stage community site, will include several interactive elements such as a user portal, classified advertisements, promotions, email list, message boards, calendars, news letter and web links.

'As Dubai Maritime City will be a leading industry community it is essential our web-site involves all our stakeholders,' said Amer Ali, Project Manager of Dubai Maritime City, 'Omnia presented a strategic, organised and creative plan that met and exceeded our expectations'.

Omnia has a growing Middle East portfolio of clients, which includes Royal Jet, the Abu Dhabi-based luxury aviation travel provider, the General Civil Aviation Authority, Dubai Municipality, Sony, Empost and Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC).
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Old December 27th, 2005, 07:03 PM   #70
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god, there are so many probs with this, all linked in with ship lifts, um al quain, ras al khaima and new bridges accross the creek. its a nightmare.
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Old December 28th, 2005, 03:48 PM   #71
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it's about time, their website still mentions the "bubble city" as one of the attractions in investing in dubai
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Old December 30th, 2005, 08:47 PM   #72
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I don't understand how will all this houses be sold, and DUBAI is becoming the most wonderful city of the world, CONGRATULATIONS DUBAI!!!!
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Old December 30th, 2005, 09:24 PM   #73
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this will be a fully commercial project

anyway, construction on this one is slowing down and picking up speed again
these days it's very busy with land reclamation
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Old December 30th, 2005, 09:28 PM   #74
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CONGRATULATIONS DUBAI!!!!

Why thanks!
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Old January 23rd, 2006, 05:15 PM   #76
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Dubai Maritime City participates at Boat Dusseldorf 2006

Dubai Maritime City has recently announced its participation at Boot Dusseldorf 2006, the internationally renowned maritime event, held in Germany from January 21 - 29, 2006.


From-left-to-right: Amer Ali, Project Manager of Dubai Maritime City and Ahmed bin Hareb, Sales Executive of Dubai Maritime City at the boat exhibition.

Their participation at the leading maritime event is part of a strategic move to increase industry awareness to customers from the global maritime industry.

With a strong stand presence, Dubai Maritime City's participation at the world's premier event for the maritime industry, added a further impetus to their mission of positioning Dubai as the leading maritime hub. Potential customers and visitors to the exhibition will get a first hand glimpse of the ambitious project as well as an insight into the various business opportunities available at Dubai Maritime City.

With a high visitor turnout expected at the exhibition, Dubai Maritime City will make a strong impact at the event, which is in keeping with their overall strategy of creating international exposure of their unique project.

Commenting on their presence at the leading global maritime event, Amer Ali, Project Manager of Dubai Maritime City said: 'We believe that Boot Dusseldorf is a classic showcase of yachts and boats from international builders and it also provides an insight and opportunity to businesses and consumers alike, to see the latest innovations in marine equipment and accessories. We are dedicated to developing and serving the maritime community and hence our strong support of this prestigious event.


'Such events are a perfect platform to introduce the maritime hub to our global target audience and we look forward to having a presence at other such international events that will further the Dubai Maritime City brand and create additional awareness,' he added.
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DUBAI MARITIME CITY SITE 60% COMPLETE

Sunday, 29 January 2006

THE reclamation of the 216 hectare Dubai Maritime City site, claimed to be the world’s most comprehensive maritime complex, is now 60% complete and the first buildings could be rising on the artificial peninsular within months..

Project Manager Amer Ali said: “Dubai has witnessed the creation of numerous commercial and residential developments at a phenomenal rate of growth over the past few years – but the challenge set for Dubai Maritime City is to create not just a real estate project but a thriving business community for the maritime industry.”

He added: "This development is driven by the needs of the international community for a hub that is dedicated to providing every element of infrastructure required by key marine and maritime-related industries and services. Dubai's rich legacy of sea-going traditions and its enviable geographical location at the focal point of the two hemispheres makes it the perfect location for such an undertaking."

The facility is intended to provide a globally strategic location for seven main industry sectors - maritime management, maritime services, maritime retail and recreation, maritime education and research, ship repair and maintenance, yacht repair and maintenance. When complete, Dubai Maritime City is expected to serve the needs of a diverse global marine and maritime audience – comprising industrial precinct, showrooms, commercial towers, development plots, a research & education facility, a marina, hotels, retail and residential.
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60% only.. takes ages..
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Old January 31st, 2006, 06:50 PM   #79
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well then let's hope that by the end of this year the first structures have started!

they are reclaiming daily, yet it takes years for such a small project
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while typing and looking out of the window i see for the first time a ship reclaiming land about 300m next to the island

it looks like it is dumping the sand somewhere in the sea


actually, this island is likely to be bigger than we all expect

when i look at them doing their work i would say 1/2 of it has been reclaimed as of now


since may the size has increased dramatically, it's already quite a huge island and now i see it will become much much bigger


wonder how long it will take them to reclaim the whole thing now?!
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