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MARINE SPORTS REPRESENT AN IMPORTANT PART OF THE UAE’S RICH HERITAGE AND ARE A STRONG REMINDER TO OUR NEW GENERATIONS OF A TIME WHEN THE SEA WAS ONE OF THE MAIN BACKBONES THAT SHAPED OUR LIFESTYLES. I TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO REASSERT THAT THE INFLUENCE OF THE SEA IS NOT LIMITED ONLY TO THE PAST, BUT IT ALSO CONTINUES TO DO SO IN THE PRESE1NT AND WILL DO SO LONG INTO THE FUTURE.
THE ABU DHABI GOVERNMENT IS EQUALLY SUPPORTIVE OF ALL THESE ENDEAVORS, WHICH FURTHER ADVERTISES ABU DHABI TO THE OUTSIDE WORLD – NOT ONLY IN TERMS OF TOURISM BUT ALSO IN TRADE AND COMMERCE.
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Since 1993, Abu Dhabi International Marine Sports Club has hosted a round of the UIM F1 H2O World
Championship, the world’s most spectacular water sport series.