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Emirates News Agency - Ahmed Bin Masher: We have begun preparations for the 31st edition of the Al Qafal Carnival.

Emirates News Agency – Ahmed Bin Masher: We have begun preparations for the 31st edition of the Al Qafal Carnival.

Dubai, May 11: WAM / Ahmed Saeed Bin Mesher, President of the Dubai International Marine Club and Vice President of the Emirates Marine Sports Federation, confirmed the Al Kafal long-distance race from Sir Pu Nair Island to the Dubai coast. Appointed for 60-foot local sailing vessels, version no. Has come to 31, reflecting the interest and zeal of brilliant leadership in renewing the past of fathers and grandfathers, and in preserving popular heritage and encouraging subsequent generations to take part in such demonstrations. Messer expressed his gratitude and appreciation to Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Board of Directors, for his generous sponsorship of The Unlimited and the 31st edition of The Race. “His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s meeting with the club’s delegation and the race’s top organizing committee revealed his high level of love and interest in marine sports in general and traditional racing in general. He also advised to cross the barriers, “he said. Among all social groups in the country.

He explained: “The Orders of the Crown Prince of Dubai will focus on the thirty-first edition of the organizing committee of the event, which will take place from 27 to 29 January. The Al Kafal event, sponsored and supported by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prince and Chairman of the Board of Directors, is the 31st edition of the oldest, oldest and largest traditional race. In 1991 it was the valuable message of wise leadership, in order to refresh the past of connected fathers and grandfathers.

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Al Kafal, founded in 1991 by the late Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, may have calmed his soul – it has become a traditional and maritime festival, renewed every year and awaits everyone as an annual event that brings together more than 3000 people. People in the Arabian Gulf travel to the shores of Dubai via the Comoros Island (Niva bin Hansul) in a unique and epic sporting event that starts from the island of Sir Pu Nair, having to cross more than 50 nautical miles as the ships rise. Their white sails (harp and canoe) in the blue waters of the Arabian Gulf refresh the memory of the homeland with return trips from the diving season.

WAM / Walid Farooq / Islam Al-Hussein