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Marina bandar Rowdha - Muscat
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Marina bandar Rowdha is a small fancy dock for cabin cruises and private yachts in Muscat, Oman. Marina is located at the eastern side of the city, midway between Al-Alam palace and Al Bustan palace hotel, just beside Sidab village. The vicinity of darkish color mountains and their contrast with the blue waters of Gulf of Oman are adding to the beauty of it.

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Uploaded: 29/03/2011
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Tags: marina bandar rodha; muscat; oman; sidab; yacht; club; boat; port; recreational; fancy dock; cabin cruise; harbour; bandar rowdha
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