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The best trip to the island of Jana and Jerid
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400.50 USD
* per group
A cruise on Bayada Island
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A cruise in Jeddah's most beautiful yachts Up to 20 Pax
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528.66 USD
* per person
Explore Yanbu Island for a Day Trip
4.0
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439.75 USD
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One-hour cruise
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400.50 USD
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Boat Trip in Umluj
4.0
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291.88 USD
* per group
Experience Yacht Trip in Jeddah (8 hours)
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1,207.67 USD
* per group
Wadi Hanifa Hiking
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93.93 USD
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Rent a luxury yacht in Jeddah
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400.50 USD
* per person
4hours Boating Trip in Umluj
4.0
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2,683.70 USD
* per group
A pleasant tourist trip to Half Moon Beach
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53.69 USD
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Boat Trips in Jeddah (8 hours)
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670.92 USD
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Rent a yacht for up to 30 people
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3,818.10 USD
* per couple
Luxury Yacht Experience – NEOM
4.0
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391.82 USD
* per person
Jeddah's best yacht boats for a wonderful vacation
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186.90 USD
* per person
Dream cruise ship & floating restaurant Large Boat (30.mins)
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21.47 USD
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Boat trip day with your family and friends
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66.75 USD
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Enjoy your breakfast on a boat
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134.19 USD
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Saudi cruise

Cruise ships are setting sail from the Red Sea coast for the first time in Saudi, offering guests of all ages a sumptuous getaway combining culture, adventure, and balmy summer sun. As you float between islands and sail towards the sea, flee to culinary feasts, luxurious spas, and boundless skies. The Red Sea is the gateway to a world of wonder from which atolls of white sand, lapping waves, and jewel-bright fish shoals beckon. By ship, and particularly from the opulent upper deck of a sleek, luxury liner, the best way to obtain an overview of this beautiful and diverse coastline is a cruise.

Red Sea Cruise

Adventure awaits in crystalline seas, atolls of white sand, and in an underwater environment stretching from ancient shipwrecks to tropical dive sites with rich coral ecosystems. The lapping azure waves and balmy, palm-fringed islands provide the ideal backdrop for those looking to relax and recline.

The Red Sea is truly the final frontier for divers and those interested in marine life, home to hundreds of endangered species that you will not find anywhere else in the world. Experienced divemasters will accompany anyone with a Cousteau spirit of adventure into the deep, searching for whitetip sharks, gliding guitarfish, and blue-spotted rays, while jet skis, wakeboards, and paddleboards also offer plenty of fun above the water.

Things to do on a cruise trip

Before dining on the bleached beaches, tourists can explore private islands; swim, snorkel, or kayak in the pink predawn, and see first-hand the sublime beauty of the longest coastline of the Gulf. Relax on the deck under a sky full of constellations at night as the sun falls over the sea.

The tropical utopia of Umluj has been known as the Maldives of Saudi Arabia, with over 100 unblemished remote islands. A private charter among the flawless beaches and turquoise waters of this archipelago illustrates the important conservation efforts of the kingdom, with its nature reserves protecting endangered nesting turtles and serving as a waypoint for thousands of migratory birds, in addition to providing the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to picnic and unwind on palm-lined desert islands.

Undoubtedly, the highlight of a chartered trip is that some of the restricted areas of the Red Sea, otherwise inaccessible to the public, can be explored. One such exclusive opportunity is to visit the protected islands that are part of the ambitious project in Neom, where the emphasis on sustainable development can be seen at the Sindalah Marine Sanctuary. For more kaleidoscopic underwater delights or the natural wonder of Wadi Tayeb Al-Ism, with its 600-meter high granite monolith and shimmering oasis stream, Be sure to map the course of the Georgian G wreck - sometimes referred to as the Saudi Titanic after it ran aground in 1978.

Best Cruise in Saudi Arabia

Silversea Cruises

Silversea has long been a pioneer in the ultra-luxury market with the romance of the oceans, small ship sizes, and an intimate atmosphere. Silversea's award-winning itineraries promote wanderlust and discovery by traveling to both famous and secluded ports. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, there will be something different for even the savviest traveler. A butler for each room, a free in-suite bar packed with your tastes, exquisite all-inclusive dining, award-winning onboard entertainment, and an unparalleled space-to-guest ratio all contribute to the experience of Silversea. Not to mention their renowned Italian hospitality, where their new face becomes old friends.

Cruise the Red Sea

Two Red Sea cruise itineraries are provided by Red Sea Spirit. The first spans three nights (four days), leaving from the port of King Abdullah in King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC), spending a day at Yanbu, Ras Abyadh, followed by a day at sea, before returning guests to KAEC on the fourth day. The second is a four-night (five-day) journey, departing from King Abdullah Port in KAEC, spending two days in NEOM, Magna, followed by a stop at Yanbu, Ras Abyadh, and returning on the fifth day to KAEC.

Frequently asked questions

What does cruise mean?

A cruise is a holiday spent on a ship cruising the ocean, stopping for sightseeing occasionally in ports. A cruise can also be a verb that aimlessly describes cruising around for pleasure. In a small boat, you could cruise the canals of Venice. To define a leisurely drive taken just for fun, a cruise may be used.

Is everything free on cruise ships?

Your cruise fare on a cruise ship often includes food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Not all venues that sell food, however, will be free. Your cruise fare will always include the main dining room and cruise ship buffet, though a few specialty items might cost extra.

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