Amaala, the ultra-luxury development situated along Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coast, which is focused on integrated wellness and healthy living, signed a partnership agreement with The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Centre Scientifique de Monaco and Oceanographic Institute.
The VIP Signing Ceremony took place at the Oceanographic Institute on the final evening of the Monaco Yacht Show and was attended by Prince Albert II of Monaco, Amaala chief executive officer Nicholas Naples, the Amaala Advisory Board, select partners of the brand and esteemed guests. The signing was followed by a VIP dinner prepared by 3-Star Michelin Star Chef Mauro Colagreco.
Together the partners will work on oceanographic and marine life research and conservation initiatives to benefit the world’s oceans with four opportunities identified for joint projects: coral reef management, iconic species protection, Marine Protected Areas (MPA) enforcement, and fighting plastic pollution.
This event marks the first partnership for Amaala, which is anchored around the three pillars of wellness and sports, art and culture, and sun, sea, and lifestyle.
The 3,800-square kilometre, year-round resort community with its unique heritage, progressive vibe and diverse landscape includes 2,500 hotel keys and more than 800 residential villas, apartments and estate homes, alongside 200 high-end retail establishments, fine dining, wellness and recreation.
Pristine ecosystems and world-class yachting allow visitors to extend the Mediterranean diving and sailing season into September and beyond. With close proximity to major destinations in the region including Riyadh, Dubai and Istanbul, Amaala will become the heart of ‘The Riviera of the Middle East.’
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