Dubai has been busy this week, as it prepares to host the 2022 World Cup.
But as with any new event, there’s a lot of new activity, and the UAE is still reeling from the impact of the devastating hurricanes that struck the country last year.
This year, however, Dubai’s biggest industry is the sightseeing boats.
The country is set to host 10,000 sightseeing cruises, and with the World Cup just a week away, it’s only natural to start looking at what’s in store.
“The tourism industry in Dubai is booming, and we’re expecting that number to increase dramatically during the World Cups,” said Ahmad Al-Amin, a Dubai-based executive who works closely with the tourism industry.
This is an important industry to invest in, because it has a huge impact on the UAE economy, and it’s an industry that is going to continue to grow and flourish.
“That’s because the UAE has seen an explosion in the number of boats that are registered to the country’s coastal waters.
In 2017, more than a million boats were registered in the coastal waters, according to a government survey.
That’s up from just 2,500 in 2014.
Dubai has been particularly successful at bringing in more boats than any other country, according an Emirates official.
Dubayat’s Tourism Authority says the number has risen from 9,800 in 2014 to 11,000 in 2016.
The government says that the number will rise further in 2019, as more boats are registered.”
The number of charter boats is also rising.””
We have 1,000 vessels registered to date.
The number of charter boats is also rising.”
Al-Hamade says there’s one thing Dubai’s tourist industry needs right now.
It’s the Gulf Stream.
Dubaid is one of the few countries in the world that’s seen a major increase in sea surface temperatures from the Gulf of Aden, which sits directly on the Arabian Sea.
The Gulf Stream is a powerful phenomenon that’s created a huge amount of turbulence and churn in the Gulf.
Dubya’s coastline has been hit hard by this.
But it’s also made a huge difference for the UAE.
Dubays coastal areas have been the subject of frequent construction projects that have seen the number increase in the past few years.
Al-Khaber says that while these projects may be a boost to the economy, they can also lead to more pollution, and more erosion.
“Dubayah has a very polluted coastline, but we need to develop a better plan to protect the environment,” he said.
Dubee has also seen an increase in boat tourism, with some boats being used to ferry people around the city.
Al Hamade said that the UAE was able to successfully integrate this with the Gulfstream, by providing extra water storage.
But even with these efforts, Al Hamad says the Gulf stream will be important for the economy.
“It is a huge asset for us because it’s the largest waterway in the country, and because it feeds the Gulf,” he added.
“This is a major asset for the Gulf region and it has huge impacts on Dubai’s economy.
This is going be a huge boost for our tourism industry.”
The UAE’s economic growth will depend on the presence of these waterways, Al- Hamad added.