Shinas ferry port in Oman connects you with Dibba in Oman with a choice of up to 1 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Shinas to Dibba crossing is from 2 hours 30 minutes and the crossing is operated by National Ferries Company.
Shinas is a coastal town situated on the northern coast of Oman, near the border of the United Arab Emirates, bordering the Gulf Of Oman. The port only serves domestically to other coastal cities to Oman, including crossings to Khasab, Dibba and Lima.
The sleepy, quiet town of Shinas doesn’t lend itself to a long stay in Oman, but for a peaceful few days amid an imposing, mountainous terrain encompassing a host of historical and religious buildings, Shinas is perfect. There is little to do in Shinas outside of the hotels and resorts, but luckily for visitors, the accommodation is excellent; luxury bars, deluxe rooms and refreshing swimming pools adorn the setting, with friendly, welcoming staff adhering to your every need.
Aside from the numerous grand hotels, much of the activity resides at the port, which is the main source of revenue for the area. The ferry industry brings a large income, and the seafood is served at the restaurants, bringing prominence to the culinary scene.
The town is very small so most choose to travel by foot, or ask for a transfer from one of the hotels.
Shinas Ferry Terminal
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