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Dubai cruise terminal wins award

May 30 - DP World’s Dubai Cruise Terminal has won the World Travel Award for “Middle East’s Leading Cruise Port 2010”. This is the third consecutive year that the terminal has won this award.
Talking about the award, Tariq bin Khalifa, Account Director, Account Management, General Cargo, DP World, UAE Region said: “Receiving this award for three successive years proves that Dubai Cruise Terminal remains peerless in the Middle East.  It also reaffirms Dubai’s position as the region’s premier cruise destination.  DP World is truly honoured by this recognition.”
The cruise terminal is situated at Port Rashid and spans over 3,300 square metres. It can deal with four ships at the same time and has a duty-free shop, restaurants featuring Arab cuisine, and conference and communication facilities.
 

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