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Dubai International Boat Show 2010

Two boys look at a huge super yacht at the 18th edition of the Dubai International Boat Show on Saturday.
The boat show takes place at the Dubai International Marine Club until Sunday.
A potential customer checks out the digital bridge equipment from the DMP stand.
The business end of a Coastguard boat with four 350HP Evinrude engines.
At the Heritage Village, men and boys demonstrate a variety of tradition crafts including net making, basket making and fish preservation by sun-drying.
Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS) is the most important and established event of its kind in the Middle East region and Indian subcontinent.
DIBS, said to be one of the world's top five international boat shows, received 25,000 visitors last year. Organisers are expecting a similar turnout this year.
Industry officials expect the boating market to pick up during the Dubai International Boat Show
A Numarine 55 HT boat is on display at the show. International manufacturers are displaying about 400 boats.
Models stand on the deck of an Asmarine yacht. Visitors toured the numerous yachts on display at the Dubai International Boat Show 2010 on Tuesday.
Compared to international markets such as the United States, which has 13 million boats, the local industry is still in its infancy.
More than 700 companies from 40 countries are confirmed for this year's show, which is spread over more than 85,000 square metres.
Austria, Croatia, Mald-ives, Portugal and Tunisia all make their Dubai International Boat Show debut this year.
One out of every 350 people in the UAE owns a boat.
The 18th edition of the Dubai International Boat Show was launched on Tuesday by Shaikh Maktoum Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai.
The yacht market was expanding very fast three years ago, but saw a significant downturn following the global financial crisis
A super yacht on display at the show. Boat builders said they face significant risks in bringing their vessels to the region because of the threat of piracy.
Shaikh Maktoum Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum tours the Dubai International Boat Show 2010 at the Dubai International Marina Club at Mina Seyahi.
With about 400 boats on display from international manufacturers, the show features 15 exclusive global launches and 25 regional launches.
Visitors tour the numerous boats and yachts on display at the show
The yacht market was expanding very fast three years ago, but saw a significant downturn following the global financial crisis.

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