Dubai welcomes cruise season with 166 ocean liners guiding in city

At the end of October, the famous city known for its tourist attraction, Dubai, will be hustling and bustling with loads of tourists, with hundreds of thousands of people sailing into Dubai Harbour aboard cruise ships.

At the end of October, the famous city known for its tourist attraction, Dubai, will be hustling and bustling with loads of tourists, with hundreds of thousands of people sailing into Dubai Harbour aboard cruise ships.

The 2022-2023 season starts on Saturday, October 29 and will see 166 ship calls between Mina Rashid and Dubai Harbour and an estimated 900,000 cruise passengers and crew.

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Proving that Dubai is a hub for cruise liners to dock at, the 2022-2023 season will welcome a massive increase in ships compared to the 2021-2022 season.

The previous season was the first time that Dubai Harbour received ships. Saw 98 ship calls and more than 338,697 passengers and crew land in Dubai.
It is not a big surprise that tourists are flocking to Dubai this winter.

The city has the winning combination of perfect weather, exciting attractions and top-notch restaurants.
If you are docking in Dubai Harbour, plenty of trendy haunts are nearby.

Bar du Port serves up Mediterranean coastal flavours with a French influence and boasts stunning views of the Port.

Another place that should be on someone’s radar if one is fond of upscale Italian food is L’Amo Bistro del Mare.

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Bluewaters Island is also just a hop, skip, and jump from Dubai Harbour and is a hotspot for foodies as it has several popular restaurants.

Tariq Saeed

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