Yas Island, Abu Dhabi
24 - 26 Nov 2017
Always a fitting finale to the Formula 1 season, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will return to the stunning setting of Yas Island on 26th November 2017.
More than 60,000 spectators will descend on UAE’s Yas Island to experience the thrills, speed and exhilaration of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. After Lewis Hamilton secured the F1 World Title in Mexico, all eyes will be on the British racer to see if he can end the season on a high.
Taking place at twilight, the race has a truly magical atmosphere as some of the greatest names in motorsport roar round the Yas Marina Circuit at 320kph while bathed in a beautiful organge glow from the sunset.
Designed by circuit architect Hermann Tilke, the track is one of the longest and most demanding in the world. As well as the waterside marina area, there are high-speed sections, tight corners for overtaking, and even a twisty street circuit-style section.
For ringside seats at the Abu Dhabi sporting event, charter a luxury yacht in Yas Marina and soak up the glamour and excitement in unparalleled comfort. Then, once the racing is over, host a glittering party on board to celebrate the day’s events.
Charter a luxury yacht in Yas Marina and soak up the glamour and excitement in unparalleled comfort
Ideal yachts for Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix Weekend
The following yachts may still be available for Charter at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2017 please contact your preferred yacht charter broker.
73m Lurssenfrom $420,000 p/week
70m Vuykfrom $425,000 p/week
69m Austalfrom $480,000 p/week
65m Benettifrom €425,000 p/week
59m Benettifrom $371,000 p/week
54m Benettifrom 0 p/week
50m Benettifrom 0 p/week
Desert Rose I
47m Customfrom 0 p/week
35m Eser Yatfrom 0 p/week
35m Benettifrom €72,500 p/week
30m Kvaerner Fjellstrandfrom €40,000 p/week
29m Emprosfrom 0 p/week
27m Gulf Craftfrom 0 p/week
* This is the number for hospitality and not for sleeping.
Zones are subject to change, check with your Charter Broker for the latest information.
LOCAL DESTINATION INFORMATION
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.
A place where traditional Bedouin customs coexist with cosmopolitan Western lifestyle, iconic buildings punctuate the vast skyline and the desert plains are carved with luxurious offerings amongst bustling souks and sprawling five star resorts.