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AMAALA to Sign Environmental Partnership During MYS


AMAALA, the world-class resort destination being developed on the Red Sea in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is set to sign an environmental partnership with the Prince Albert II Foundation, the Centre Scientifique de Monaco and Oceanographic Institute during Monaco Yacht Show, with the goal to preserve and protect the marine environment.

 The year-round resort community will showcase a unique heritage, progressive vibe and diverse landscape. The sustainable development will include 2,500 hotel keys and more than 800 residential villas, apartments and estate homes, alongside 200 high-end fashion establishments, fine dining, innovative wellness and recreation properties.

Pristine ecosystems and world-class yachting will allow visitors to extend the Mediterranean diving and sailing season into September and beyond. What’s more, with close proximity to major destinations in the region including Riyadh, Dubai, Marrakech, Cairo, Petra and Istanbul, AMAALA is set to become the heart of the new Middle East Riviera. 

Amaala is anchored around three pillars – wellness and sports; art and culture; and sun, sea and lifestyle, providing a year-round destination with a unique heritage and landscape, pristine ecosystesma and world-class yachting opportunities.  

Four marinas are planed as part of the development, so this upcoming partnership is vital to ensure all ecosystems stay protected both during and after development.

Additional highlights of Amaala’s involvement at the show include its attendance from 11am-7.30pm at Stand PP 31, Upper Deck Lounge, Port Hercules, and sponsorship of the Yacht Summit, Gala Awards ad SuperYacht UK Networking Reception.

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