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Our Strategic Location in Maritime City Dubai 

Dubai Maritime City was established according to the vision of his Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. It is the first worldly built center indulged in the entire maritime industry, commerce and trade.

This iconic City, 249 hectares, strategically located between Port Rashid and Dubai’s Dry-docks World. It aims to capitalize Dubai’s strengths and position as a regional and global maritime hub in order to create a dynamic urban life style for maritime community.

Dubai Maritime City is located in the very heart of Dubai- a business center of the world, and most attractive destination for international investment. It lies a man-made peninsula near the creek area business district, between Port Rashid & the Dubai Drydocks. It is surrounded by the Arabian Gulf with an easy access to the sea, airport and public transportation.

Dubai Maritime City is the sole specialized maritime cluster in all UAE and GCC that covers A to Z marine industry needs under one umbrella e.g. ship repair, yacht manufacturing, marine suppliers, engineering and technical expertise.

DMC is an exceptional integrated cluster that covers industry, regulation and infrastructure all together to magnify the role of maritime industry development.

It provides an entire infrastructure that includes ship lifts, workshops, warehouses, Shops and offices.

DMC industrial precinct operates under DMCA and Tracheas regulation and guidelines to maintain the working environment.

Ship Repair plots (SR plots) are strategically located within easy access to dry & wet berths, the ship lift facilities and open sea access. 

The Industrial Precinct is active and consists of marine services primarily dealing with ship lifts, ship repair plots, warehouses, workshops, as well as supporting retail and showrooms. One of the lifts has 28 hoists and is capable of lifting vessels up to 6,000 tones and 130 meters in length. The other has 14 hoists and can lift vessels up to 3,000 tones and 90 meters in length.