Abu Tig Marina is a unique and exciting project on the Red Sea coast of Egypt. The marina town was designed by the Italian architect Alfredo Freda and the basin by Sogreah Ingenerie, France. Abu Tig Marina town is just part of the world class touristic resort – El Gouna, which in itself is now a well established…MORE


Granted an International Tourist Marina license in July 2005, the Taba Heights Marina is the first legitimate port of entry in the region. Formerly, in order to sail or cruise Egyptian waters, boats were required to first check in at other, more distant points of entry like Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada or Alexandria. Now, thanks to Taba Heights, there is a more localized port that offers maritime visitors direct… MORE


The hub of Jebel Sifah, the Marina is the first inland marina in Oman. With a docking range of up to 60 meters in length, the Marina is designed to comfortably accommodate 94 boats. In addition, there is space for a further 100 boats in the dry storage facility located with the maintenance area with its own boathouse and 24/7 security…MORE


At the heart of Tala Bay lies the 30,000-square meter Marina, an international official port that can host up to 68 yachts/boats, complete with a harbor master building, fuelling, maintenance, water and electricity supply, wireless internet, grey water pump-out and many other vessel services, as well as international entry and departure formalities. The Marina receives 3,000 tourists every week who come to stay at Tala Bay, or to go from it on