A 249 hectare zone dedicated to the maritime industry
Dubai Maritime City is ideally poised to play a key role in shaping the future of the maritime sector for decades to come. All 249 hectares of DMC is a well thought out and planned maritime city with predetermined industrial as well as commercial precincts.
The industrial precinct primarily compromises of marine services that includes ship repair services, yacht manufacturing and repair, warehouses, workshops with supporting components like showrooms and retail trade facilities.
The commercial precinct is a mixed-use area and is planned around retail, residential spaces, office towers and a promenade, making DMC a unique concept that successfully combines the principles of live work and play on scale.
Dubai Maritime City is located in the very heart of Dubai
Ease of doing business
Our strategic location
Dubai Maritime City, as a city on a man-made peninsula in the heart of Dubai, is a logistical dream come true. Located conveniently in the middle of Port Rashid & the Dubai Dry Docks, DMC is surrounded by the Arabian Gulf with easy access to the sea, airports, and public transportation. Also connected to Dubai’s wider road network via causeway, Dubai Maritime City is an attractive destination for international investments.
World class maritime cluster
Dubai Maritime City champions and meets all the requirements of a thriving marine industry. As a sole specialized maritime cluster in all of UAE, DMC offers services ranging from ship repair to engineering and technical expertise, all under one roof. It provides an entire infrastructure that includes shiplifts, workshops, warehouses, shops, and offices for new businesses for a smooth business experience.
Dubai Maritime City is an integrated cluster that covers industry, regulation, and infrastructure all together and cements its role in developing the maritime industry in the UAE.
In 2021, Etihad Energy Services Company (Etihad ESCO), an energy services company and a subsidiary of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), signed an agreement to retrofit buildings at Dubai Maritime City. The agreement includes installing modern air conditioning, lighting, and thermal insulation solutions in the facilities.
The project is expected to save 729,373 kilowatt-hours annually, which is 20% of the total current consumption of the targeted facilities.