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This service enables you to commute using Dubai Abra. There are 3 types of Abras in Dubai: Petrol Heritage Abra: It is a new Abra with a traditional design. This Abra has a Diesel engine and can accommodate 20 passengers including passengers of determination. The Abra is equipped with the highest safety and security standards and provides the needed means for the comfort of the passengers so they enjoy the traditional Abra with a modern touch. Electrical Abra: It is an environment friendly Abra that can accommodate 8 passengers. It is the tourists’ favourite choice for their leisure aquatic journeys through closed lakes such as Burj Khalifa and The Global Village to enjoy the breathtaking landmarks. Air-conditioned Abra: This Abra which can accommodate 20 passengers is known for providing the best ambiance throughout the year especially during the summer season. The marine station in Al Jaddaf is the first station that has a special building to provide this service from Dubai Station to Dubai Festival City.
All individual customers are eligible to benefit from this service.
Transport using Abra.
The validity varies according to the trip type.
Through Abra stations:
Air-conditioned and electrical Abra:
Petrol Heritage Abra:
Note: The customer can purchase NOL red ticket from Dubai creek to use the heritage petrol Abra.
Answer 1: For lost and found items, the customer must head to the Ghubaiba office within 24 hours. After that period, the office will give the found items to the police department (Emirates IDS or passport). In case of regular belongings, they will be kept at the office until the customer takes them.
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