Jeddah Corniche Circuit, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
TBA (Dates to be announced)
Launching onto the scene in 2021, the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix has rapidly become the must-see high-octane event along the Red Sea coast.
Featuring one of the most iconic circuits ever built in Formula One history, racers are put to the ultimate test on a challenging, one-of-a-kind street course.
Putting the pedal to the metal over three days in March, the Saudi Arabia-based event is a staple destination for Formula One, not only because it is the second-longest course on the circuit, but also because the Jeddah Corniche Circuit was constructed in a jaw-dropping eight months from start to finish.
Jeddah will be a different kind of street track, something the world has never seen before.
Designed by Carsten Tilke, the Jeddah track is ranked as one of the fastest on the Formula One calendar, with an average speed just shy of 151 mph (245 km/h) around the lap.
Spanning 3.84 miles (6.175 km) there are 27 turns on the track, which all become a beacon a light as night falls and the race begins. Unlike the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix which is a twilight race, the Saudi Arabia circuit joins other courses like Bahrain and Singapore as a night race to avoid scorching daytime temperatures.
Embarking on its grand opening in March 2022, the Jeddah Yacht Club (JYC) & Marina marked a major development milestone for the kingdom and features 100 berths for superyachts with lengths up to 120m (394ft).
Just a stone's throw away from the buzz of Formula One cars speeding around the track, the marina is the perfect location for F1 berthing. Great for memorable family moments or premium corporate charter experiences, the JYC is a convenient stop for refueling during a tour of the Indian Ocean or sightseeing at its best.
With your own private luxury charter yacht situated just metres away from the track, charter guests will be in awe of the surroundings both on and off the yacht.
Even when the races are finished and the winners have had their time on the podium, the festivities continue to flow as the night progresses for unforgettable on-deck parties with racers and fellow yacht charters gathering to reflect on the adrenaline-fuelled event.
While stopping off for the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, charter guests can make the most of the stunning location of Jeddah, with a key highlight being the world-famous UNESCO World Heritage site of Mecca.
Though it dates back to the 7th century, Jeddah has the best of both worlds, with a more contemporary cosmopolitan feel just around the corner with exquisite fine dining restaurants and eateries plus premium shopping malls for chartering essentials.
For those who can't keep away from the waves for too long, the Red Sea coastline is well known for watersports. The most popular varieties to try here include windsurfing, wakeboarding, snorkeling, and, of course, scuba diving some of the region's most well-known dive sites like Shipwreck Island and Sharm Obhur.
To find out more about visiting the historic location of Jeddah and the surrounding area, take a look at all the available charters around the United Arab Emirates.
Or, integrate the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix into your next voyage by speaking to your preferred yacht charter broker today.
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