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Royal Caribbean Adds Dubai Stop

Global cruise liner Royal Caribbean has announced a new route that will have Dubai as the home port. The cruise liner will sail 13 times between January 2009 and April 2010, with each cruise being of seven days duration. The Royal Caribbean will also sail to Oman and Bahrain.

Source: www.ameinfo.com
 

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