Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi
1 - 3 Nov 2013
This year sees the 64th edition of the world-famous Formula 1 World Championship, showcasing the world’s most spectacular supercars in nineteen Grand Prix races.
Between the 1st and 3rd November, eleven teams made up of twenty-two racing drivers will compete in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2013 amongst the beautiful surroundings of Yas Island.
Since its debut in 2009, the prestigious event has attracted crowds of 50,000 to the state-of-the-art Yas Marina Circuit and this year promises to be better than ever. A private or corporate yacht charter is a fantastic way to experience the exciting and glamorous atmosphere in the idyllic setting and increasingly popular charter destination, with unbeatable trackside views from the harbour. After each race, concerts are held at the du Arena which in previous years has hosted performances from the likes of Prince and Beyoncé.
Over the duration of the event, Yas Island becomes a hub of superyacht activity with some of the world’s most spectacular luxury yachts arriving in the harbour. Offering fine dining restaurants, world-class golf courses as well as charming gardens, cafes and fountains along the Corniche, the city is beginning to rival the traditional charter areas of the East Mediterranen, the West Mediterranean and the Caribbean.
Since its debut in 2009, the prestigious event has attracted crowds of 50,000 to the state-of-the-art Yas Marina Circuit and this year promises to be better than ever.
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The shoreline of the Middle East holds a treasure trove of sheer opulence and stunning landscape beauty. Offering fascinating opportunities for invigorating adventure in superb extravagance, the Middle East is rapidly increasing in popularity for luxury yacht charters. Home to some of the world’s most magnificent sights and astounding splendour, this renowned destination is a true wonder.
The largest emirate of the United Arab Emirates, in recent years Abu Dhabi has begun to emerge from the shadow of its neighbour Dubai. Just 50 years ago it was a quaint fishing village comprising a fort, a few coral buildings and a smattering of barasti huts yet today it is one of the globes most exciting and ambitious destinations while still retaining a relaxed and traditional feel.