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Royal Caribbean reveals extra Dubai sailings

Date Posted: 11 May 2009
Royal Caribbean International has revealed that additional Dubai sailings will be added to its 2011 season onboard Brilliance of the Seas.

The itineraries will feature new ports such as Mumbai and Goa, while stops will include Abu Dhabi and Fujuairah in the United Arab Emirates.

Holidaymakers will also be able to choose from two 12-night round-trip cruises between Dubai and India on March 28th and April 9th. The trips will also see the vessel making its maiden port calls at the Indian cities of Cochin, Goa and Mumbai.

Recently, the cruise line announced its intention to enter the Qatari and Omani markets, with Michael Bayley, senior international vice president, saying there is great potential in the region.

Among the highlights of the shop is a rock-climbing wall, a country club with gold simulator and an Indian Raj-themed solarium.

Launched in 2002, the Brilliance of the Seas has a capacity of 2,501 and a cruising speed of 25 knots.

Written by Mike CotgreaveADNFCR-657-ID-19163586-ADNFCR

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