Saudi Prince Joins Forces with Camper & Nicholsons to Unveil Ultimate Luxury on Sindalah Island

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Saudi Crown Prince MBS (Mohammed bin Salman) has once again teamed up with one of the world's oldest luxury yacht brokers, Camper & Nicholsons, to revitalize the private Sindalah Island, shaped like a seahorse, boasting the prestigious seven-star label.

Saudi Arabia is increasingly becoming an essential tourist destination in this decade, and Crown Prince MBS has invested significant efforts to turn Neom into a top-tier luxury destination. Sindalah Island, one of the earliest completed projects within Neom, is now partnering with the renowned brand Camper & Nicholsons to become a premium destination for luxury yachting enthusiasts, offering comprehensive services on the island.

As pioneers in the yacht industry, Camper & Nicholsons have joined forces with the Saudi development team to create a top-notch destination for yachting enthusiasts in the Red Sea. Sindalah, a luxurious island set to open in March, promises an impressive calendar of nautical events and provides a unique global experience, backed by Camper & Nicholsons' centuries-old expertise.

Yachting in the Red Sea is undergoing a transformation with new regulations, a crew platform called 'Ebhar,' and the opening of new destinations within the Red Sea. Camper & Nicholsons, a global leader in all luxury yachting-related activities, specializes in the sale, purchase, charter, marketing, management, and construction of the finest yachts worldwide.

Sindalah Island, aiming to become the leading super yacht destination in the Red Sea, is the first step in the framework of Saudi Arabia's national tourism strategy. This intelligent island, a haven for super yacht owners, offers a world-class yachting ecosystem, including a yacht club, 5,000 berths, three luxury resorts, a spa center, 51 luxury boutiques, 86 berths, 38 restaurants, and a beach club.

Sindalah Island will also feature a par-70, 5,920-meter golf course and a practice range. The project will create 3,500 jobs in the tourism, hospitality, and lifestyle sectors and is planned to open in 2024. Carefully designed, Sindalah Island extends an invitation to explore the untouched wonders of the Red Sea, promising an unparalleled yachting experience in this unexplored area.

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