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Marine Transport
Updated on 04 January 2017

Dubai has a combination of water taxis and ferries to move people around the city.

Dubai Water Taxis are a private service that will come to the station nearest to you. They operate between 10am to 10pm and cost Dhs 400 per hour.

Dubai Ferry service is available from Ghubaiba and Marina Mall stations. Tickets cost Dhs 75 Gold (14 seats) and Dhs 50 Silver (84 seats - 2 seats for special needs).

You can also find Motorised and Rowing Abra's and Water Buses to transport you around Dubai Creek and Dubai Marina.

To book Marine Transport visit www.rta.ae or call 800-9090 for more information.

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