Saudi Crown Prince MBS has roped in one of the world’s oldest luxury yacht brokers to partner with Neom’s seahorse-shaped 7-star private-island, Sindalah


Saudi Arabia is emerging as the must-visit tourist destination of this decade. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is leaving no stone unturned to make Neom the pinnacle of luxury and has over ten spectacular regions to support his vision in the most stunning and sustainable way. One of the earliest regions, Sindalah, is now roping in the best in the business to reach its full potential as a luxury yachting destination and provide its full suite of yachting services to the island.


Renowned pioneers Camper & Nicholsons have joined hands with the Saudi Arabian development to deliver the Red Sea’s Pinnacle Yachting Destination. Sindalah luxury island is one of the earliest projects to be completed and is slated to open its doors in March with an impressive yachting calendar. It will single-handedly deliver the allure of the Mediterranean summer circuit and promise an unparalleled yachting experience on a global scale with the backing of Camper & Nicholsons’s two centuries-old legacy.

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Yachting in the Red Sea is undergoing transformative changes with new regulations, the creation of a seamless platform for crews called ‘Ebhar,’ and the opening of new destinations within the Red Sea. Camper & Nicholsons is the global leader in all luxury yachting activities, specializing in the sale, purchase, charter, marketing, management, and construction of the finest yachts in the world. “Sindalah is more than a destination; it’s an invitation to explore the untouched wonders of the Red Sea. The synergy between Camper & Nicholsons and Neom has given rise to a yachting haven that perfectly encapsulates luxury amidst the breathtaking beauty of this unexplored frontier. Sindalah beckons those who seek a sublime yachting experience like never before,” shared Paolo Casani, Chief Executive Officer, Camper & Nicholsons.


“We are delighted to partner with Camper & Nicholsons for Sindalah. This collaboration aligns perfectly with our vision at Neom, combining luxury with a profound respect for the pristine environment of the Red Sea. Camper & Nicholsons, with their unparalleled expertise in the luxury yachting sector, brings an exceptional understanding of our clientele’s desires. Their commitment to excellence and sustainability resonates deeply with Neom’s core values, making them the ideal partner to help us realize our aspiration of transforming Sindalah into a world-class yachting destination,” said Aayush Killa, Executive Director, Neom.

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What is the Sindalah luxury island?

Gearing to become the Red Sea’s leading superyacht destination, Sindalah will be the first leg of Saudi Arabia’s national tourism strategy. The smart city, a haven for anyone with a superyacht, offers a world-class yachting ecosystem. The 840,000-square-meter island with a budget of $24 billion, features a yacht club, 5,000 berths, three luxury resorts, a spa, 51 luxury shops, 86 piers, 38 restaurants, and a beach club. Neom’s Sindalah Island will also include a 5,920-meter par 70 golf course and a driving range. The project will create 3,500 jobs for tourism, hospitality, and leisure services and is set to open in 2024.

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