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Cruise for 7 nights for $709

Royal Caribbean, one of the leading cruising companies in the world, is preparing to bring its world-renowned sea experience to the GCC region as the cooler season is getting closer. Starting from December 2019, the Jewel Of The Seas®, will be offering three different cruises, each lasting for seven nights and visiting a few of the most sparkling ports in the region.

Departing from Dubai, Royal Caribbean’s home port in the GCC, Jewel Of The Seas® will embark on her first journey sailing to Abu Dhabi, Sir Bani Yas Island, and Muscat before returning to Dubai. The tour that lasts for seven nights starts on the 16th of December and ends on the 23rd of December with prices starting from a special price of only $709 per person for an interior stateroom. The same route will be available to be booked on seven different starting dates with an option on the 30th of December should you wish to welcome the new year while at sea.

The sailing season for the Jewel Of The Seas® starts from the 16th of December 2019 till the 16th Of March 2020. The ship will embark on journeys visiting the UAE, Oman, Bahrain among other GCC countries.

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