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Cruise with the stars for Dh8,850

Emirates is partnering with the "Stars on Board" cruise for the fourth consecutive year as part of its efforts to support art and culture in the Arab world. The trip enables Arab families and art lovers around the world to sail with the most famous Arab stars aboard the Royal Caribbean cruise ship "Explorer of the Seas."

The first Emirates-sponsored cruise will take off from Barcelona on August 27, 2017, sailing to Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca in Spain and ending in Marseille, France on August 31. The trip will see concerts on board the ship, hosted by Arab stars such as Kazem El Saher, Cheb Khaled, George Wassouf, Elissa and others.

The second "Stars on Board" flight will take off from Sydney on December 5, 2017 and will sail in Australian waters. The four-night cruise will be accompanied by some of the most famous Arab singers such as Najwa Karam, Wael Kfoury, Melhem Zein, Fares Karam, Wael Jassar, Nader Al-Atat and others.

Emirates Holidays, the travel agency arm of Emirates Airline, offers full programs for the Barcelona and Australia Sea cruises, starting from AED 8,850 per person on a two-adult cabin basis. The program covers a round trip from Dubai to Barcelona in economy class with Emirates, 4 nights on the "Explorer of the Seas" cruise ship and all star concerts. Get in touch with Emirates Holidays if you want to cruise with the stars.

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