THE DUBAI SKYLINE AND MARINA AREA offer spectacular views of the modern towers and structures which are best viewed from a luxury yacht at sunset time.
Dubai Skyline and Marina Area
The Dubai Skyline and the Dubai Marina area are an urban photographers dream. The modern architecture and towering heights of the skyscrapers will strain your neck as you try to get the best perspective to take it all in. There are so many highlights and vantage points, for sure a walk around the area is great and the views from inside such iconic buildings as the Burj Khalifa are unique and a must do on your visit to Dubai but by far the best place to be is kicking back on a luxury yacht either in the Marina or cruising the waterways. This is truly an amazing experience where you can explore from a luxurious location with privacy and calm to indulge yourself in the wealth of the scenery. it is unique in the world.
Dubai Skyline from a yacht is unrivaled and we highly recommend to include the sunset in your yacht charter in Dubai to take advantage of the wonderful light and silhouettes created by the towering marvels of modern architecture.
Did you know that Dubai has 63 buildings over 200 metres in height?? That is more than any other city on earth, beating New York and Hong Kong. The Dubai Skyline boasts over 125 buildings in the 150metre + category! .
Here are some of the highlights for you to try and identify:
1. Burj Khalifa - no problems finding this one for sure!
2. 23 Marina Tower
3. OYO Home 210 1 br 7207 Princess Tower
4. Marina 101
5 The Cayan Group
6. Damac Residenze
7. Burj Al Arab
8.The Marina Torch / The Dubai Torch Tower
9. Elite Residence
11. Ocean Heights
12. Gevora Hotel
13. Emirates Office Tower
14. Marina 106
16. Princess Tower
17. The Address the BLVD
18 JW Marriot Marquis Dubai Towers
19. Rose Rayhaan by Rotana
20. Al Yaqoub Tower
This list is not in any order at all and just a sample of some of the wonderful highlights of the Dubai Skyline whether viewed from the comfort of a luxury yacht of from walking the streets and craning your neck we can all agree that its a pretty impressive sight and wide angle lenses maybe required!