Welcome to Maritime City Dubai
Built on 2.27 million square meters of reclaimed land from the Arabian Gulf, Maritime City, Dubai is the world’s first purpose-built maritime center focusing on everything that has to do with all maritime activities and education. This is an enormous project, located near Port Rashid on mainland Dubai.
The sprawling man-made peninsula boasts a new 2,100 m long breakwater and a quay wall that measures 2,980 m. Comprising residential, commercial properties and warehouses, it provides investors free zone amenities. The city, unlike other seaports and developments in the region, offers considerable advantages including a pro-business environment. It is a "one of its kind" establishment, placing warehouses next to maritime Academies, residential condominiums, adjacent offices for domestic and international maritime firms. Dubai Maritime City is to become a maritime hub, integrating diverse sectors of the maritime industry.
6 Sections of Maritime City Dubai
| The Academic Quarter
is located in the middle of Dubai Maritime City. The
institution here, offers a syllabus encompassing marine
engineering, marine transportation and naval science,
among others. The academy will provide the opportunity
for companies to constantly renew the knowledge of their
staff without the need to leave the city.
|The Harbor Offices -
Main "gateway" to Dubai Maritime City contains 19 development plots offered for
office tower development. This zone overlooks the harbor and is the nearest
precinct to the causeway linking the project to the rest of Dubai.
|The Main District and Harbor
Residences The district includes a group of mixed-use activity areas which cater to yacht
owners and also houses restaurants, retail outlets and entertainment facilities.
|The Industrial Zone
This sector is a hub for ship repair
facilities, yacht repair and manufacturing, as well as
workshop units. The zone will be overseen by the management of
‘Jadaf Dubai’. A 1,270-meter stretch of wet berthing has been made available in
this precinct, alongside 42 dry berths of various sizes.
The inclusion of yacht building and repair facilities taps on a growing leisure boating industry. The large number of berthing spaces available here alleviates a space crunch for boats in Dubai. More than 100 workshops and warehouses complete the industrial precinct, offering a comprehensive range of facilities to businesses.
This is the core of Dubai Maritime City. It is made up of eight waterfront and
three interior parcels, which will serve as an international hub for maritime
businesses, and is the first purpose-built maritime cluster in the world.