MIDDLE EAST MARINAS: LESSONS FROM AN EMERGING MARKET
June 20, 2012
In the 19th Century, the remote Galapagos Islands offered Darwin a laboratory for observing evolution and the competition among species for survival. In recent years, the Middle East has served the same purpose for competing marina systems.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been the focal point of this unplanned ‘survival of the fittest’ experiment because of rapid evolution of pontoon systems in the area.
ARTICLE: Middle East Marinas: lessons from an emerging market
ISSUE: Euromarina Vol. 8, issue 6 2012
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