Fath Al Khair 5 cruise promotes Heritage for World Cup 2022

  • Publish date: Saturday، 06 August 2022
Fath Al Khair 5 cruise promotes Heritage for World Cup 2022
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They are 17 sailors from Qatar, and Al-Nokhadha Muhammad Al Sada is their captain. They started the Fath Al Khair 5 trip, which creates a bridge between the illuminating past and the present, by opening their sails to the breeze.

Their month-and-a-half-long journey began on July 4th of last year from the port of Grand Hyper Marine in Malta and will pass through ports in Italy, France, and Spain to promote the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar and as part of Katara's strategy to document how generations relate to their glorious past through sea voyages that were central to the lives of their parents and grandparents.

Regarding this journey, H.E. Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, General Manager of the Cultural Village Foundation (Katara), stated in a special statement to Qatar News Agency (QNA) that Fath Al Khair's fifth journey achieved more than one goal; on the one hand, it communicated the genuine maritime heritage of Qatar and the life of its ancestors in the past, and on the other hand, it promoted the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 in an excellent manner, noting

Dr. Al Sulaiti emphasized that the Fath Al Khair voyage has expanded people's horizons from its inception in 2012 because it traveled the Gulf at that time while staying true to its purpose of connecting Qatar's youthful generations to their rich maritime heritage and country's ancient past. Based on the knowledge Katara has acquired from leading past Fath Al Khair travels, it strengthened the cultural linkages that connect the Qatari people to other brotherly and friendly peoples.

Mohammed Al Sada, the tour's nokhadha, confirmed in a statement to QNA that the Cultural Village General Organization's Beaches Department (Katara) is working hard to draw in all parts of marine history. The Fath Al Khair journey's registration is available every day of the year, and sailors are given all the necessary information.

He also emphasized the desire to adhere to conventional methods of maintenance rather than modern ones, ensuring that the process remains wholly conventional as it was in the past. He noted that the Cultural Village General Organization (Katara) places a high priority on the safety of the flight crew and that it has taken serious preparations for this issue through ongoing communication with the coast guards of every nation or port that Fatah Al Khair approaches.

He emphasized that everyone must work together and overcome their fears in order for the trip to be successful and that it is his responsibility as the leader to meet with them, direct them, and warn them of various hazards along the way.

According to Mohammed Al Sada, passengers are always excited to see the ship arrive at one of its locations, especially when they see the words "See You in Qatar 2022." In addition to the gifts given to both young and old people by the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy and Katara to commemorate the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, he continued, the traditional sea dress is what draws tourists' attention. Al Rihla, the competition's official ball, is among the prizes, along with others.