Yacht marina in Ayla receives activists and influencers from 7 foreign countries

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Al-Anbat – Dema Hina


The Yacht Marina in "Ayla" in the city of Aqaba recently received sailing boats from 7 foreign countries carrying activists and influencers on social media sites specialized in the field of tourism and promotional activities worldwide.


The yacht marina was the latest destination for sailing boats from Spain, the United States of America, South Africa, Russia, Germany, Australia, and France, after docking in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the Maldives, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia.


The influencers participating in this tour will learn about Jordanian culture and archaeological and tourist sites, and transmit it to their followers around the world in video clips that reflect the beauty of the rich and diverse life in Aqaba, in addition to presenting the Ayla tourism experience and the tourism product and services it provides that reflect the Jordanian cultural and civilized heritage.


The Director of Marina at the Ayla Oasis Development Company, Engineer Adel Maani, said: "We welcome boat owners and their families to the yacht marina, which is located in the heart of Ayla, to serve tourist activity, providing 231 berths for boats up to 40 meters long, meeting various requirements and the best equipment, maintenance and international services in its class, stressing that Ayla will continue to harness its efforts to serve the tourism promotion in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone and the national tourism product.


The tours of sailing and tourist boat owners, whose length ranges between 12 and 22 meters, have received wide global attention to introduce the tourist stations in which they dock, and this includes extensive follow-up from around the world through various platforms and modern social media.


It should be noted that the Marina Administration / Ayla Yacht Marina provides throughout the year all facilities equipped with the latest equipment, including comprehensive daily boat maintenance, continuous maintenance services such as the removal of salts and stranded sediments, maintenance services including emergency drag of boats, dual-loaded sidewalks, side and docks, 118 dry for boats, art workshops, fuel tank services, and hygiene services.