The Gulf, in this case, is the Persian Gulf, or if you prefer, the Arabian Gulf or, if you wish to, the Iranian Gulf. Regardless of which name one prefers, it is the body of water between Iran and the Arabic Emirates of Bahrain, Qatar, Dubai, and Oman/Muscat. It is also a popular cruising locale, with ships operating from Dubai to various ports of call. It also covers a considerable amount of geography, so side 1 concentrates on the water area from Kuwait/Iraq/Iran south to Bahrain and Qatar, along the coastline of the UAE to Oman and the Straits of Hormus, and along the coast of Oman to Muscat. It also includes inset maps of Manama (Bahrain), and Doha (Qatar), for the convenience of users. The second side of the map shows all of the United Arab Emirates and most of Oman, with insets of central Dubai and Muscat. Each side includes a listing of the top attractions of the side being shown. This is the third of ITMB’s growing range of cruising maps. We believe that the future of travel includes cruises as a popular means of exploring exotic travel destinations while retaining a comfortable environment. My wife and I cruised the Gulf a couple of years ago and found cruising to be an excellent way to explore several different countries that would be difficult to reach in any other manner. One day, I hope that cruises in this part of the world will extend to ports of call in Kuwait, Iraq, and Iran.
Map size: 27*39"
This map is also available in digital format and flat map for $39.95 (per side). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would want to place an order or for more information.
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