The iftar will feature favourites such as shish taouk, lamb kofta, falafel, kibbeh and fattoush, with a variety of fruit and local sweets to top it all off.
Each float can fit up to eight people at a time, with an à la carte option also available with a customisable barbecue package.
The doughnut-shaped vessels have been taking people up and down the Creek since 2012, where you can grill your own meats or be served a wealth of barbecued specialties.
For picturesque views while floating down a Creek, this iftar really is unique.
For more interesting xperiences, check out our list of 8 alternative iftars to try out this Ramadan.
Surprisingly, it’s not the only floating iftar around. The massive Queen Elizabeth 2 is setting up a cruise buffet throughout Ramadan, although it definitely won’t feel like you’re floating, thanks to its sheer size.