Located at Dubai Harbour, The Dubai Cruise Terminal is focused in providing the growing number of cruise passengers with a curated port of entry presenting an unparalleled cruise arrival experience.
Located at the intersection of the iconic Palm Jumeirah and Bluewaters, the luxury waterfront destination is a stone’s throw away from the city’s most-admired landmarks, striking beaches and world-famous attractions such as Ain Dubai, Sky Dive Dubai and Burj Al Arab.
Set up in the middle from Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai Cruise Terminal is strategically located to offer passengers comfortable access to both facilities. A lot of preparations are going on to host the much-anticipated Expo 2020, these state-of-the-art terminals boast the capacity to handle up to 1,800,000 passengers per season. Dubai Cruise Terminal is also positioned in proximity to world-class retail, leisure and hospitality destinations by Meraas.
With many arrangements to explore the possibility of enabling passengers arriving at Dubai Cruise Terminal to be able to check in for onward flights departing from Dubai’s airports the terminal provides further formalities at the airport. Facilities are offered for passengers who plan to stay in Dubai for a few days then a committed concierge team will be pleased to help with hotel bookings as well as make all necessary reservations to enable them to experience Dubai’s many attractions.
With the two cruise terminals, with a combined floor area of 300,000 square feet, will create a unique and iconic entry experience to Dubai. Each terminal is going to accommodate ships with up to 7,000 passengers plus crew in complete luxury with entertainment, leisure and retail offerings.
The futuristic infrastructure, Dubai Harbour will be connected through a sophisticated transport network that will transport passengers between the cruise terminal and the hotels, yacht club and airport. At the end of the terminal island is the Dubai Lighthouse, destined to become a feature landmark building.
The terminal buildings is going to be positioned along the operations apron. Both terminals support the logistical requirements of home-port operations, right from ticketing to baggage handling, duty-free, customs, immigration and all other activities required by the governing authorities. The apron is over 1-kilometre long with further extensions planned. All the passengers arriving in Dubai have the opportunity to experience breathtaking architecture, exhilarating theme and water parks, unique outdoor adventures, as well as traditional Arabic hospitality.
To learn more about our packages, please contact www.cruisedubai.com
Dubai Cruise Terminal
Cruise Terminal, Port Rashid
Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
Tel.: +971 4 301 9300
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