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The Maritime Navigation Regulation and Security Committee launches the Marine Assistant service to provide boats for government entities

09 Aug, 2022

Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed: Under the Marine Assistant service, government entities can use the boats for performing any tasks that require their presence in the waters of Dubai at any time

A unified entity affiliated with DMCA, Dubai Municipality, and Dubai International Marine Club will offer 10 boats to enable government entities to perform their missions in the waters of Dubai

Government of Dubai Media Office – 09 August 2022: Under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Border Security Council, the Maritime Navigation Regulation and Security Committee, in coordination with the Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) at the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC), launched the Marine Assistant service that will provide government departments with marine crafts in the waters of the Emirate of Dubai.

Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum, Executive Director of DMCA, confirmed that the Marine Assistant service had been launched in line with the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed to develop a system that enhances the efficiency and competitiveness of Dubai’s maritime sector.

The Marine Assistant service aims to establish a unified civilian entity affiliated with the DMCA, Dubai Municipality and Dubai International Marine Club. The entity will initially offer 10 boats and provide field and logistical services to enable government entities to perform their missions in the waters of the Emirate of Dubai. These missions may include inspections, marine surveys and other field operations.

Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed said: “The Marine Assistant service provides its services to all government departments to enhance levels of coordination between these authorities. The requesting entity can address the Authority directly to use the marine crafts for executing and performing tasks that require their presence in the waters of the Emirate of Dubai at any time”.

Sheikh Saeed explained that the Marine Assistant service is aimed at enforcing laws, decisions and regulations and maintaining discipline in the waters of Dubai. He pointed out that the DMCA would assume the responsibility of coordinating and supervising the provision of marine crafts when needed.

The Executive Director of DMCA appreciated the continuous follow-up by His Highness Sheikh Mansoor to develop the maritime sector in Dubai according to the highest standards and international practices.

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