M3 to boost Amaala to La Belle Classe

SAUDI ARABIA: Red Sea Global (RSG), the developer behind The Red Sea and Amaala tourism destinations, has partnered with Monaco Marina Management (M3) to establish RSG’s Amaala Yacht Club as one of the world’s premier yachting destinations.

Together, they will work to meet the criteria and standards of ‘La Belle Classe Destinations’, a certification owned and operated by Yacht Club de Monaco. The agreement also covers developing an exceptional event calendar and creating a sailing academy.
“The Amaala Yacht Club, with its signature architecture inspired by the rock formations that created our Triple Bay millennia ago, will be the stunning centrepiece of our marina development. With M3’s support, our facilities, operations, services and amenities will ensure our Yacht Club honours the striking landscape in which it is set and makes Amaala one of the world’s most distinguished yachting destinations,” said Red Sea Global group CEO, John Pagano.
Designed by leading architecture firm HKS and sitting in a ten-ha (25-acre) basin, the ultra-luxurious four-storey club boasts a 120-berth marina and can accommodate yachting events, regattas and launches.
Phase one of Amaala, focused on the Triple Bay masterplan, is well underway, with the first guests set to be welcomed in 2025.


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