Monaco‘s Liveras Yachts to establish presence in the Gulf
Monaco-based owner and charterer Liveras Yachts is to launch Sea Change, a partial ownership scheme for ocean-going super-yachts, at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai next month. Liveras Yachts, which could soon have a permanent presence in the Gulf, will also use the travel and tourism show for the regional launch of its new mega-yacht fleet.
"The Middle East and especially Dubai has seen massive multi-billion dollar investment in the leisure sector of late with developments such as the Palm Island project. We think that there is a great untapped resource here for our product," said Kyri Kyriacou, director Liveras
Yachts and vice chairman of Sea Change.
On its ATM stand Liveras Yachts will display models of its new mega-yachts the Annaliesse and her sister ship, Alysia. Liveras Yachts is the sole yacht charterer exhibiting at ATM, which will be held at the Airport Expo Dubai, from May 6-9. ATM is organized by Reed Travel
To date, some 736 exhibitors from 55 countries have contracted for Arabian Travel Market, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary. — (menareport.com)
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