Amadea Cruise Carrying 749 Passengers Has Dropped Its Anchor At Salalah Port, Oman

by Deeplata Garde
Amadea Cruise Carrying 749 Passengers Has Dropped Its Anchor At Salalah Port, Oman

Cruise luxury is a bespoke experience one should enjoy at least once in a lifetime. The vibe of floating on water and residing in cabins ranges from tiny ones with a window to luxurious ones that might remind you of opulent pads from the city. Irrespective of the preference, Cruise life is something that many nomads are eyeing currently. A cruise ship filled with such wayfarers has dropped its anchor at the Salalah Port of Oman.

Salalah Port Welcomes Amadea!

Salalah Port
Pic Creds: Chennai Port Authority

The famous and largest port of Oman has become a temporary home to this tourist-filled cruise, Amadea. The luxury cruise is en-route to cut across the strong winds and rumbling water to roam around multiple ports. Salalah is just one of these stops for this cruise. This cruise ship has an overall count of 749 passengers onboard out of which 439 sum to be tourists.

Now that the ship stands at the port, the tourists have made their way out to explore the city of Salalah. We anticipate their itineraries to be filled with visiting the beaches and souks that are Middle-Eastern traditional markets namely the Wilayat of Salalah.

The ship’s tourist itinerary, which began in Port Sultan Qaboos in the Governorate of Muscat and ended at the Port of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, included excursions to popular tourist destinations and historical sites in the Governorate of Dhofar.

Also Read: 10 Things To Do In Salalah- Oman’s Hidden Paradise

Did You Know?

Salalah Port
Pic Creds:Salalah Port

The port provides services to the neighbourhood and the surrounding area while operating a general cargo terminal and a container terminal.

Previously, the port was referred to as Raysut Harbour, Mina’ Raysut, or Port Raysut. Large ships with a draught of up to 16 metres can fit there. The principal Container Transhipment Terminal for the area.

The Amadea cruise liner arrived from the Jordanian port of Aqaba and will depart today for the Seychelles.

Due to its seaside location with views of the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, and Sea of Oman, the Sultanate of Oman welcomes numerous cruise ships every year. The Salalah Port has been Since it began operating in 1998, the Port of Salalah has just been rated as the second-most effective container port in the world for the year 2021.

Cover Image Courtesy:OmanMHT