As Dubai reopened Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Dubai Future Foundation (DFF), shared a video of his fishing trip with friends and family, on his Instagram stories, on June 5.
He shared photos and clips of their morning catch, even as the temperatures soared to 39 degrees, and the group had to cool down with some watermelons.
The UAE royal who seemingly loves fishing trips, often shares photos of himself free diving and deep-sea fishing, sometimes followed by ‘catch-of-the-day’ photos, on his Instagram page.
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As Dubai gradually restarted businesses, @HamdanMohammed took To Twitter, on June 1, to post: “Past experiences have strongly motivated us to work hard and succeed. We will emerge stronger & more determined than before, and show the world a model of flexibility, and ability to overcome crises and transform challenges into opportunities.”
At a recent meeting at Dubai Airport’s Terminal 3, Sheikh Hamdan also said: “We are ready and we announce to the world that life continues, and impossible is not in our dictionary. And the good news is that things are good, and today we are more competitive to deal with the post Covid-19 era with confidence and innovative thinking to set a new model in dealing with pandemic and consolidating efforts.”