Musandam Sea Adventure launches New Oman Cruise Options

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 2 March 2009

Responding to demand for more boutique luxury cruise options in Omans unspoiled Musandam Peninsula, adventure cruise specialist Musandam Sea Adventure has announced its plans to operate two new vessels in the region.

The company will position the Majan, a twin masted yacht and the Monalisa, a Gullet class cruiser in the region where both vessels will operate a series of short cruise programs for small groups.

These include a combined day/night charter cruise program on board the Mona Lisa priced from US$4100 which includes all meals, overnight onboard accommodation, fishing and snorkeling gear and refreshments.

The Majan will initially operate a selection of three itineraries.

These range from a full-day cruise to over night and two-night cruise options complete with all meals and activities.

Prices start from US$1700 per person for a full-day cruise to the Khor Sham Fjord, a snorkelling expedition and dolphin watching and is inclusive of lunch.

The Majan has a seating capacity for groups of between 15-20 passengers making it ideal for short duration programs for groups and charters. She also features four berths for clients looking for longer cruise and overnight options.

The Monalisa has an overnight capacity for 12 passengers. Her onboard facilities include kayaks and a speed boat.

Musandam Sea Adventure also operates traditional dhow cruises, overnight camping and whale and dolphin watching programs in the Musandam Peninsula which is famed for its carved limestone fjords, wadis and empty beaches.

The company also caters to the regions growing popularity with SCUBA divers eager to explore the regions spectacular deep reefs and teeming marine life.

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