Designs for The Red Sea Development Company’s (TRSDC) cutting-edge Marine Life Institute have been made public. The institute will advance research focused on conservation of marine life while providing tourists with multifaceted experiences that link informative exhibitions with exciting excursions.

The 10,340 square meter institute will be situated within the AMAALA destination on the west coast of Saudi Arabia and situated on the shoreline of Triple Bay. It will have three levels, one above ground and two below, and provide breathtaking panoramic views of the Red Sea.

According to TRSDC CEO John Pagano the Marine Life Institute is unquestionably distinctive, offering 10 zones with everything from augmented reality experiences to night diving, as well as areas for the scientific community to efficiently advance their environmental projects. It would not only spur global green and blue technologies but also assist Saudi Arabia become known to tourists looking for life-enriching travel experiences.

The institute will reside at the Triple Bay marina at AMAALA, but it is also the center of larger plans to transform and develop Saudi Arabia’s prosperous Red Sea coast. Through this initiative Saudi Arabia, we will be able to let its visitors see how beautiful their thriving coral reefs truly are while also sharing with the world the important scientific findings they have made pushing the Kingdom towards growth and prosperity.

Visitors will be able to walk underwater, swim with rare species, take lab tours, and submerge themselves in the Red Sea at depths of up to 650 feet at any given time.

The facility will also be home to one of the largest man-made reefs in the world, measuring an astounding 40 meters long and 10 meters deep and offering an unforgettable “Grand Reveal” experience for tourists upon arrival. This reef is a monument to TRSDC’s coral growing efforts.