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The Middle East's exotic aura attracts history buffs and adventure seekers looking to expand their cultural horizons. Egypt's pyramids and Jordan's lost city of Petra are must-see landmarks, while souks (markets), breathtaking mosques and desert safaris also make for great exploring. Arabian Gulf cruises to the United Arab Emirates and Oman provide a look at the modern-day Middle East, with the world's biggest buildings and malls.
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Get the basics on Middle East cruising, including info on ships, ports and respecting local customs.
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Cruising the Arabian Gulf can be an affordable, adventurous and sun-filled way to see the Middle East.
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Not sure where to begin? Check out what fellow cruisers have to say about the Middle East.

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81% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Dubai -> Khasab -> Muscat -> Muscat -> Cruising -> Abu Dhabi -> Dubai -> Dubai
85% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Dubai -> Dubai -> Khasab -> Muscat -> Muscat -> Cruising -> Manama -> Doha -> Abu Dhabi -> Dubai -> Abu Dhabi -> Dubai
79% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Athens (Piraeus) -> Crete (Heraklion) -> Cruising -> Haifa -> Jerusalem (Ashdod) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Aqaba -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Salalah -> Cruising -> Muscat -> Cruising -> Doha -> Dubai
78% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Istanbul -> Istanbul -> Athens (Piraeus) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Suez Canal -> Aqaba -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Muscat -> Abu Dhabi -> Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi
The capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi is the largest and ...
Once a sleepy village with an industrial port, Aqaba is quickly ...
Although Bahrain has been accepting cruise ships since 2008, the ...
On busy Sheik Zayed Road, the highway running through the sprawling ...
The problem with a lot of the ports featured on a typical Arabian ...
As the hordes who now sail from Dubai will attest, cruising the ...
We, as a family, were looking forward to this cruise for months. it was my and my husband's first cruise. embarkation was easy. Our kids and grandkids have been on several cruises so they know the drill. we boarded and ate lunch on the lido ... Read more
I'm done with cruising
We flew to Singapore and spent the next 35 days sailing back to Southampton. This was to be a cruise of a life time combined with our honeymoon. This was my 6th cruise and my husbands 3rd so we knew the ropes , more or less. The 1st week was ... Read more
I've cruised with RCL for 25 years. This ship is almost as old. It's time to invest in a new "Vision size ships" for exotic ports, rather than the mega ships. Loyal cruisers need better. The 4th deck smelled like 15 frat guys ... Read more
This was our first taste of Royal Caribbean having cruised on Cunard and Celebrity. The booking was many months in the planning and was looked forward with much excitement. Thinking that this brand new ship with the “WOW” would be ... Read more
The trip was sold as a luxury cruise it was NOT The idea of sailing to Gallipoli and following in the footsteps of our soldiers was a good one but that was where the dream ended.In fairness the Gallipoli component was very well done and there could ... Read more
This was our first Regent cruise, our preferred cruise lines being Silversea (for luxury cruising) and Swan Hellenic (for 'discovery' cruising). I am very lucky and have been cruising regularly since the 1970s and so know the industry pretty well. ... Read more
This was our first cruise and, having undertaken extensive research, booked RSS with the USP of Holy Land tours included. We travelled business class from LHR on Virgin, which was the worse business cabin we have ever experienced. Dubai hotel, JW ... Read more
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