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Water Canal Dubai

Water Canal Dubai

Water Canal Dubai
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Water Canal Dubai


The water Canal Dubai: Overview

The Dubai Water Canal Project is an extension of Deira Creek, linking Business Bay to the Arabian Gulf. This environmentally friendly lifestyle development is comprised of three distinct zones.The Water Network, The Green Network and The Public Realm. The Water Network is made up of three bodies of water: The Canal, which runs 2.9 kilometers connecting Business Bay to the Arabian Gulf. The Arabian Gulf coastline that provides captivating beach frontage, and the Crystal Lagoon in Safa Park, which brings the coastal experience inland with beach and water access. The Green Network connects Safa Park to the new Jumeirah Beach Park, offering an unparalleled leisure experience. The Public Realm is the developable land located along the Canal. A network of food and beverage and retail outlets positioned along the five-kilometre boardwalk will enhance the existing fabric of Jumeirah, one of Dubai's most established, and popular residential communities.

  • Length: 3.2km, from JW Marriott Marquis to the Arabian Gulf

  • Width: From 80 metres to 120m

  • Depth: Up to 6m

  • Volume: 3million cubic metres of sand, 1.8m cubic metres of water

  • Amount of water taxis: Five from SZR to Arabian Gulf, four in Business Bay

 

 

 

About water Canal Dubai

The Canal itself is a sight to behold. The 3.2km extension ranges 80 to 120m in width and cuts through Dubai’s main artery, the Sheikh Zayed Road, across Safa Park and into the residential Jumeirah district, connecting with the Arabian Gulf. There is also a mechanical waterfall, where the Canal meets the Sheikh Zayed Road bridge. This motion-operated water wonder pumps water through the bridge in a constant flow, visible from the promenade, and can be switched off when a sensor detects a boat nearby. Five pedestrian bridges are also available, three across the Canal, allowing visitors to cross at key points, take in the stunning vistas and observe the passage of water vessels.


Travel by water

The taxi and ferry service that will operate up and down Dubai Water Canal in the coming weeks has been revealed. The whole city - from Dubai Marina Mall to Al Ghubauba, and no incorporating Dubai Canal - will be serviced by the Dubai Ferry three times daily, at 10am, 12pm and 5.30pm. Meanwhile the more common Water Taxi on the Creek will now run with extended hours of 10am to 10pm.

Two classes of fares have also been announced for the ferry, sliver (INR 300-INR 1000) and the gold class (INR 500-INR 1500). Taking 100 passengers at a time, it is already widely used from Dubai Creek to Dubai Marina. The taxi, meanwhile, which is an 11-seater vehicle and available only on demand, will cost anything from INR 1200 to INR 3800, depending on distance travelled. The whole taxi for an hour will cost INR 7500


Dubai Water canal Route/Timings:

  • The Dubai Ferry currently runs from four ferry terminals: Dubai Marina, Al Ghubaiba, Dubai Canal Station and Al Jadaf.

  • The first two stations to operate were at Al Ghubaiba and Dubai Marina, with a terminal at Al Mamzar introduced in October 2014 – However, this is no longer running at present due to lack of demand. Ferry services run 7 days a week. From November 2016 ferry services will start using Dubai Canal, trip details are shown below.

  • The Al Ghubaiba terminal is a minutes' walk from the Al Ghubaiba Metro station, near the creek abra stations. The Marina terminal is a short walk (about 500 yards to the left) from outside the Marina Mall. There are circular tourist type trips that run for approximately 1 hour from each terminal but there are now also trips that run from one terminal to the other (which also take 60-90 minutes).

Dubai Canal

The Canal itself is a sight to behold. The 3.2km extension ranges 80 to 120m in width and cuts through Dubai’s main artery, the Sheikh Zayed Road, across Safa Park and into the residential Jumeirah district, connecting with the Arabian Gulf. This adds 6.4km of waterfront to the emirate and creates 80,000 sqm for public space and facilities, plus a 3km running track and 12km cycling path. There is also a mechanical waterfall, where the Canal meets the Sheikh Zayed Road bridge. This motion-operated water wonder pumps water through the bridge in a constant flow, visible from the promenade, and can be switched off when a sensor detects a boat nearby.

Canal Ride

Take a ride on a ferry or a water taxi.The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has opened up more than 1,600 paid parking slots for the canal visitors in the Business Bay and Safa areas. The parking facilities are located on either side of the canal from one end to the other, including 652 slots bearing the Code G located at the Business Bay district and 628 parking slots allocated beneath Shaikh Zayed Road bridge and Safa Park. Dubai Water Canal is shaping into one of the most attractive tourist attractions for residents, visitors and tourists in Dubai, which requires the provision of key infrastructure, such as parking slots as they help facilitate movement around the landmark. Parking under the Shaikh Zayed Road bridge is the best place to leave your cars and walk along the canal with family and friends.

Dubai water Bus Tour 

The first sea and land bus tour in the Middle East that offers a fun-filled sightseeing tour in Dubai creek which will let you unfold the heritage marvels of Dubai. The total number of passenger capacity is 44. The bus is having comfortable & spacious seats, for passenger comfort and a large TV screen inside the bus. It takes you around the beautiful city sights and entertains you to dreamy sceneries of the classy past and the modern present of Dubai.


Dubai Ferry

The Dubai Ferry is a relatively recent addition to the Emirate’s expanding public and tourist transport system and is being constantly improved and expanded. Dubai Ferry is run by the RTA (Roads and Transport Authority), the Ferry is more of a tourist trip as there are three trips that are run on the Dubai Ferry that start at the ferry station, tour round areas of local interest, and return to the same station, with each trip lasting for an hour. The ferry runs multiple times a day from each location, for a duration of an hour.

Water Taxi rta 

Water taxis are sure pretty - much more enjoyable. A relaxing ride on a water taxi is the most popular way to take the “scenic route” through an exotic location. A water taxi has much more flexibility in location and timing. It is ideal for more privacy and the more luxurious choice for tourists who don’t like to rub shoulders with other tourists.

Where's dubai located

Dubai is located in In the Middle East on the beautiful Arabian Gulf.. Dubai is one of seven emirates that comprise the United Arab Emirates. Dubai is one of the seven emirates of the UAE and is the most populated city of the Emirates (UAE). It is located along the southern coast of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula.

Water Taxi Fare

The taxi which is an 11-seater vehicle and available only on demand, will cost anything from INR 1200 to INR 3800, depending on distance travelled. The whole taxi for an hour will cost INR 7500

Water Transport in Dubai

Dubai has an excellent water transportation network. Hire the luxurious Dubai Water Taxi and and head into the Persian gulf or simply take an Abra ride in the Dubai Creek. Below are the 5 types of public water transport systems offered by the Dubai's Transport Authority (RTA).

Dubai Water taxis: Dubai Water taxies are the ultimate mode of seeing Dubai. You can hire the private water taxi from any of the 25+ marine stations located around Dubai, including prime tourist locations like Dubai Festival City, Creek Park, Jumeirah beach, Dubai Marina, Atlantis, Mina Siyahi, etc. The Water Taxi fare varies based on the distance travelled. 

Dubai Water ferry: Dubai water ferry are high speed catamarans cruising along the coast of Persian Gulf. Dubai Water Ferry is your best bet to see the awesome Dubai Skyline and take some great photos. The Water Ferry is air-conditioned with comfortable seats. You can get onto the deck once the ferry enters the Sea.

Dubai Water Buses: Dubai Water Buses are air-conditioned electric boats operated by the Dubai Road and Transport Authority. They were supposed to replace the traditional abra boat rides in the Dubai Creek. But that did not happen. The Water Buses now run in the Dubai Creek and the Dubai Marina. The Fares are nominal and the tickets can be purchased on board the water bus.

Abra Boat Rides: Abras are traditional wooden boats used for ferrying passengers across the Dubai creek. They are the oldest, fastest and cheapest means of transport in Dubai. Many residents prefer them over the traffic-heavy roads of Dubai. 

Electrical Abra Boat Rides: Electrical abras are the modern eco-friendly versions of the traditional abras. These are fairly new-introductions and they are ultimately set to replace the traditional abras operating in the Dubai Creek. The electrical abras accommodate upto 6 people and tickets can be purchased at the station itself. 

Dubai Train Station

The Dubai Metro Red Line runs between Rashidiya and UAE Exchange passing Dubai International Airport, though Deira and Bur Dubai and then following the Sheikh Zayed Road. Te Red Line Connects to the Green line at Union Metro Station and Burjuman Metro Station. Four Station on the Red Line are underground.

Sheikh Zayed Road Canal

Traffic diversions on Sheikh Zayed Road due to the Dubai Canal project are to start on Saturday. Dubai-bound traffic between Safa Park and Business Bay will be affected. The number of lanes will continue to be the same to ensure a smooth flow of traffic. The first will involve building bridges that will carry Sheikh Zayed Road traffic over the water canal. Phase two will be bridges built on Jumeirah Beach Road and on Al Wasl Road, as well as building a ramp linking Al Wasl Road with Al Hadiqa Street. And phase three will see canal digging works stretching for three kilometres, as well as a marina for yachts and the water bus being built.


Other Major Attractions in Dubai

Black Palace Beach

Black Palace Beach Dubai is an undeveloped plot of land located between the summer palaces on Al Sufouh road across from Knowledge Village.

Life's a Beach

No visit to Dubai is complete without a nice day relaxing on the beach whether you are looking for day access or weekly rates. Check out the top beach clubs in Dubai.

Burj Nahar

Further into Deira on Omar bin Al Khattab road, you will find Burj Nahar, one of three inland-facing watchtowers that were used to guard Dubai from attack by hostile desert tribes. Built in 1870 and set amongst beautiful gardens.

Desert Safaris

You haven't seen Dubai until you've experienced a desert safari, a real 'must do'. There are lots of companies offering exciting packages, which include camel rides
 

Yas Waterworld

Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi features 43 rides, slides and attractions and follows the story of 'Dana', a young Emirati girl, on a quest for the legendary pearl that had once brought prosperity to her village.

 

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