Date and Venue
The Saudi Maritime Congress will take place on 11-12 March 2019 at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Taxis and/or Uber services are available in Riyadh and will be able to drop you directly outside the venue.
Taxis from the airport to the forum venue, Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Center, should not exceed SAR 70 or around USD 20. The travel time is approximately 30 minutes.
A valet parking service is available at the hotel for all Saudi Maritime Congress attendees.
All foreign non GCC nationals will require a visa to enter the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The requirements and amount of time needed to obtain a visa will vary from country to country. We recommend that you obtain your visa no later than 3 weeks from the event. Last-minute visa applications run the risk of not being approved in time for the event by the Embassy or Consulate.
For information on the exact application requirements, please contact your local Saudi Arabian Consulate directly.
The Saudi Maritime Congress organisers are happy to assist with an invitation letter to all fully registered congress delegates and exhibitors.
Unfortunately, we are unable to assist with an invitation letter for exhibition visitors.
For more information please visit Travel Information page
Our Official Accommodation Partner will be announced soon.
Our Official Travel Partner will be announced soon.
Deluxe Shell Scheme Package includes: an enhanced shell scheme stand, light box fascia board with company name in English & Arabic, stand number, white seamless walls, 1 table, 2 chairs, 1 waste basket, 1 lockable cupboard, walk‑in storage with shelves, carpet, 3 spotlights, 1 x 13 amp socket & basic stand cleaning.
All travellers to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are advised to observe the following dress code when in public areas.
Men should wear long pants and shirts not open above the collarbone. For business meetings, a conservative suit is expected.
Women are required to wear an abaya, which is a long robe, usually black, that covers most of their body.
Due to the conservative nature of Saudi society, men and women are reserved in their interaction in public.
It is common for a Saudi to greet each person individually with a handshake while standing. Always use the right hand when engaging in a handshake, as the left hand is considered impolite.
Please note that it is uncommon for men to shake hands with women unless women offer their hand first.