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    Save $575 All-in Dubai and legends of Arabia HORIZON Cruise 7 Nights (Tax & Tips Included)

  • Price: $ 899.00 CAD Per Adult
    • The price is base on inside cabin. Outside or Balcony can be upgrade in option.
      Single Occupancy: 1289CAD/pp
      Double Occupancy: 899CAD/pp
      Triple Occupancy: 859CAD/pp (Please call for booking)
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      Room 1
    • 1Passenger
Dubai - Dubai - Khasab - Muscat - Fujairah - At Sea - Abu Dhabi - Dubai
Itinerary
Pullmantur takes you from Dubai to Oman, Fujairah and Abu Dhabi Pullmantur's Dubai and legends of Arabia cruise, spend 8 days and 7 nights travelling to different and outstanding locations in Dubai, Oman, Fujairah and Abu Dhabi. In this way, enjoy a unique opportunity to contemplate and photograph numerous attractions, from the Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi to the Khasab Fjords.

Pullmantur's Dubai and legends of Arabia cruise, spend 8 days and 7 nights travelling to different and outstanding locations in Dubai, Oman, Fujairah and Abu Dhabi. In this way, enjoy a unique opportunity to contemplate and photograph numerous attractions, from the Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi to the Khasab Fjords.
Cities
  • Dubai

    Dubai

  • Khasab

    Khasab

  • Abu Dhabi

    Abu Dhabi

  • Muscat

    Muscat

Terms

Cruise Details

DAYPORTARRIVEDEPART
SatDubai, United Arab Emirates--
SunDubai, United Arab Emirates-22:00
MonKhasab, Oman7:0015:00
TueMuscat, Oman9:0019:00
WedFujairah, United Arab Emirates9:0019:00
ThuCruising--
FriAbu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates7:3022:00
SatDubai, United Arab Emirates9:00



Onboard the Horizon, guests are encouraged to leisurely enjoy all the ship has to offer in a relaxed environment. Take a dip in one of the refreshing swimming pools or jacuzzis, or visit the spa to rejuvenate both mind and body. After enjoying an elegant dinner in the ship’s dining room, the vast nightlife onboard strives to entertain passengers of all ages. Take in a show in the theatre, dance the night away in the nightclub or try your luck in the casino. As for the little ones, the Tibu Club provides non-stop activities throughout the day. Taking part in the shore excursions with the Horizon is another essential experience that guarantees to enrich every port. The first-class service, combined with the comfortable elegance throughout the ship, provides an unforgettable cruising experience.


Please note that Spanish is the primary language onboard the Horizon. Many staff members also speak English and announcements are made in Spanish and English. English-speaking guests looking to immerse themselves in the Spanish culture will enjoy a cruise on the Horizon.


 Ship Statistics 
Year Built1990
Refurbished1998
Remodeled2012
Tonnage47,427 tons
RegistryMalta
Length682 feet
Beam95 feet
Passenger Capacity1,828
Crew Size620
Total Inside Cabins151
Total Outside Cabins502
Cabins & Suites w/ verandas68
Suites16
Maximum Occupancy per room4
Age RestrictionsOne person must be 18 or older
Dinner Seatings2
Seating Assignments 
in Main Dining Room
Assigned
Dining Hours7:30 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.
Dining Room Dress CodeDining
Tipping Expected?Yes
Tipping GuidelinesThe daily rate for service charges is based on the sailing and will generally be between $13.50 and $14.00 per day, per guest. Service charges must be paid prior to sailing.
Onboard CurrencyUS Dollar
Onboard Currency NotesFor cruises departing from Europe, the onboard currency is the Euro.
   
Services & Amenities
Bars/LoungesYes
Beauty Salon/Barber ShopYes
CasinoYes
ChapelNo
Disco/DancingYes
ElevatorsYes
Hot TubYes
Cell Phone ServiceNo
Internet AccessYes
Internet CenterYes
Wireless Internet AccessNo
Laundromats (self service)No
Laundry/Dry CleaningYes
LibraryNo
Movie TheatreNo
Outdoor Movie ScreenNo
Onboard WeddingsYes
ShopsYes
ShowroomNo
SpaYes
Video ArcadeNo
Fitness & Sports Facilities
Basketball CourtNo
Fitness CenterYes
Golf Driving NetNo
Golf SimulatorNo
Ice Skating RinkNo
Jogging TrackNo
Mini-Golf CourseNo
Rock Climbing WallNo
Swimming PoolYes
Tennis CourtNo
Water SlideNo
Water Sports PlatformNo
Cabin Features & Amenities
24-Hour Room ServiceYes
Hair DryerYes
SafeYes
TelephoneYes
TelevisionYes
Kids Facilities
BabysittingNo
Children's PlayroomNo
Kiddie PoolNo
Supervised Youth ProgramNo
Teen CenterNo
Water Playground/Splash ParkNo
Special Needs & Requests
Adjoining Cabins
     (private connecting doors)
Yes
Single Occupancy CabinsNo
Single Share ProgramNo
Wheelchair-Accessible CabinsYes
Kosher MealsNo


Terms & Conditions

  • Inclusions: 
    Accommodation in the Ship on all-inclusive basis, which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner in the main
    restaurants (dinner according to assigned schedule), and in the buffet service, with the following drinks: water,
    juices, coffee, beers, tea, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages from leading brands.

    Exclusions: 
    1: International air tickets
    2: Visas, and/or government fees for entry to or exit from any of the countries included in the itinerary, which
    will be paid directly by the passenger if they are required by local authorities. Nor does it include tourist fees for
    accommodation, which shall be duly specified in the travel offer and that must be paid directly on arrival, or excess
    baggage, or vaccination certificates. Also, not included are optional packages of so-called “premium” beverages or
    similar, or any other products that are optional, or extras that are published in the travel package offer or in the
    program/catalogue, or the consumption of beverages in bars called premium, bottled water, bottled soft drinks,
    natural juices, and lunches and dinners at selected restaurants. Nor does it include spa services, hairdressing,
    beauty and well-being, purchases in duty free shops, Internet and Wi-Fi service in reserved areas, 24-hour room
    service, babysitting service, access to facilities and services of “The Waves White" “The Waves Black” and the “Sun
    Lounge”, laundry and ironing services, phone calls or messages to land, medical service and excursions and, in
    general, the price does not include any other service that is expressly listed as optional or extra in the program, or
    that it is not specifically contracted by the consumer and therefore does not appear in the contract.
    3. Excursions or optional visits. Their publication in the catalogue has merely informational character, and the
    consumer can decide whether to contract them or not.
    4. Extraordinary services contracted on board, which will have to be paid for by the Passenger on the last day
    of the Cruise

  • As per the Regulations of Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO), we advise all the clients to purchase Travel Insurance (Emergency Hospital/ Medical and Trip Cancellation/ Interruption). A Signed Waiver is required should the clients decide not to purchase at the time of booking.
  • Please self prepare your own valid visa & passport (Min 6 months expiration). 
  • Passengers are responsible for all belongs.
  • The package is subject to special economic conditions of contracting, with the following cancellation costs percancelled passenger applicable:
  • Cancellations made more than 91 days prior to the date of departure are subject to management costs inthe amount 60 USD per person.
    Cancellations made more than 61 days and less than 90 days prior to the start date of the journey are subject to a charge of 50% of the price of the trip/Cruise 
    Cancellations made than 31 days and less than 60 days prior to the date of departure are subject to a charge of 80% of the price of the Cruise trip.
    Cancellations made within 30 days prior to departure are subject to a charge of 100% of the price of the trip
  • There shall be no obligation to compensate when:1) The cancellation is due to the fact that the number of people registered for the trip is less than the numberrequired and the Consumer is advised of this in writing to the consumer prior to the deadline set for that purpose inthe Contract at least 10 days prior to the start date of the trip.2) If cancellation of the trip, except in the cases of overbooking, is due to reasons of force majeure, whichconstitute circumstances beyond the control of the person invoking them that are abnormal and unforeseeable, theconsequences of which could not have been avoided, even if one had acted with due diligence.
  • The Ship is not equipped for the assistance of pregnancies and deliveries. Hence, no reserves are accepted forwomen who, on the date of completion of the trip, are in the 24th or later week of a pregnancy. At the time ofembarkation, pregnant passengers must provide a medical certificate attesting to the good health of the passengerand the baby, specifying the expected date of delivery and the medical capacity of the passenger to participate inthe trip. Pregnant passengers shall be the only parties liable for complying with the requirements established fortheir embarkation. For security reasons, and, in particular, due to the absence of incubators intended for thecarriage of new-born infants, or other equipment necessary for their care on board, reservations will not beaccepted for infants who have not completed the age of six months at the scheduled date of embarkation, exceptfor transatlantic cruises, voyages of three or more consecutive sea days, where the infants must be at least twelve(12) months old, on the first day of the cruise.
  • The passenger must behave in a manner that does not jeopardize the safety, calm and the enjoyment of the cruiseon the part of other passengers; shall adopt the reasonably enforceable rules of prudence and diligence and comply 12with legal and administrative provisions relating to the trip, and should observe the Conduct Policy and rules forconsumption of beverages on board. It is prohibited for the passenger to board the Ship with merchandise, alcoholicbeverages, live animals (except for recognized guide dogs for those suffering from visual impairment), weapons,ammunition, explosives, flammable, toxic or dangerous substances without the written consent of the Organizer. Itis strictly forbidden to embark or use in the cabins of the Ship of any appliance or electrical heating equipment suchas clothing irons, water heaters, tea, pots or electric kettles, heaters, radiators etc. No food may be taken from theShip’s restaurants to the cabin berths if not ordered from 24-hour room service or under medical prescription. Nofood or drink may be taken ashore that has not been previously purchased in the designated establishments formarketing and sale on board. Embarkation is not allowed of any type of vehicle, regardless of whether the traction ishuman, animal, electrical or mechanical, except those employed by people with reduced mobility and as necessaryto ensure their autonomy. In the event of non-compliance, any equipment found will remain under the guard of onboardpersonnel and may not be used until the end of the cruise, at which time they will be returned to theirrespective owners. The Passenger shall be liable for any damage that the Organizer and the Ship should suffer as aresult of the misconduct, culpable conduct or gross negligence of the passenger.
  • The Cruise has itineraries that include stops in different ports for visits ashore. Each time the passenger disembarksin a port within the contracted itinerary, it shall be the duty of such passenger to return to the Ship in advance ofthe time and date of departure from the port and according to the instructions given aboard the Ship. If thepassenger does not arrive at the time given for embarkation after the stopover for reasons attributable to thepassenger, the passenger will be responsible for the consequences thereof.
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