Cruises from Dubai
Cruising season in Dubai is about to begin. Learn which cruises offer you your best vacation options with our helpful guide.
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With the cruising season in Dubai starting in October, travellers are preparing to pick their favourite cruise line and most desired cruise itinerary.
If you haven’t yet planned your cruise this season, check out the information and special deals on cruises departing from Dubai.
Where do cruises sail to from Dubai?
- Valletta, Malta
- Civitavecchia (Rome)
- Mahe (Mauritius)
- Savona (Italy)
- Cape Town
Which cruise lines sail from Dubai?
- Oceania Cruises
- Silversea Cruises
- Costa Cruises
- Azamara Club Cruises
- Seabourn Cruise line
- Crystal Cruises
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Where do cruises depart from in Dubai?
Cruises from Dubai depart from Cruise Terminal in Port Rashid. You can use a metro, Skybus or taxi to reach Port Rashid from Dubai International Airport.
If you’re taking the metro, you need to change from red to green line at Burjuman. The journey takes approximately 10-20 minutes depending on trains’ timing and frequency. After arriving at Al Ghubaiba station, Cruise Terminal is in 10-minutes’ walking distance.
Line 4 Skybus is another public transport option but is not recommended as its costs more and takes longer compared to the metro. It also drops you off farther from the port. Taxis take around 12 minutes to reach Cruise Terminal from the airport.
Need to get to Dubai? Search for flights to Dubai
Airport to cruise terminal transfers
For a seamless transfer between airport and cruise terminal, shared and private shuttles can be hired. These are easily booked online through Viator online. Private shuttles are affordable and more common than shared shuttles. They start at $20 per person.
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