Compare ferries from Masirah Island to Oman
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About Oman

Oman nestles in the southeast corner of the Arabian Peninsula, at the mouth of the Persian Gulf.

The Omani landscape hasn’t changed much over the last hundred years, which is one of its most appealing features. Unlike the excessively lavish, high-rise buildings found throughout the peninsula, you’ll find sweeping sand dunes, tall mountains, ancient towns and untouched beaches in their stead. The ‘Empty Quarter’, the largest continuous sand desert in the world, is not to be missed, a place totally devoid of noise, offering a truly authentic Arabian experience. The capital, Muscat is a forward-thinking yet traditional city, having recently become a highly sought-after destination thanks to the new opera house, upmarket shopping centres and glorious Grand Mosque, home to the second largest handmade Persian carpet in the world.

Oman has many domestic ferry routes connecting the north coast, separated by the United Arab Emirates border, with the capital. There are also regular crossings from the popular windsurfing island of Masirah to the small port town of Shannah on the east coast.

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