Six Senses Zighy Bay unveils its latest luxury experience for guests

New luxury Dhahab sets sail from Six Senses Zighy Bay, Oman

New luxury Dhahab sets sail from Six Senses Zighy Bay.
New luxury Dhahab sets sail from Six Senses Zighy Bay.

Dhahab, a restored classic Omani Dhow, is a 90 feet (27 meters) seafaring vessel capable of cruising the Musandam fjords at 10 knots.

Developed by Six Senses Zighy Bay and their team of designers, the vessel has a relaxed yet luxurious feel in tune with the Zighy Bay brand, offering a bespoke experience coupled with exceptional service levels.

Accommodating up to six guests in three well-appointed cabins (one king and two twins); the experience is perfect for families or groups of friends seeking a mini getaway.  With a central air-conditioned saloon, two sun decks, multiple dining areas and a large open galley Dhahab is perfect for a relaxing break.

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Offering a three day two night tailor-made itinerary Dhahab explores from Zighy Bay up the coast of Musandam past remote fishing villages and private bays surrounded by r rugged mountains.

Time aboard can be spent kayaking, fishing, swimming or relaxing, there are options  for cooking classes with your chef, diving or even having a spa therapist aboard.

Evenings can be enjoyed with stunning meals, followed by an on-board cinema or simply stargazing.

Six Senses Zighy Bay general manager Aaron McGrath said: “We are thrilled to launch this beautifully restored classic Dhow to our guests at Six Senses Zighy Bay.  We are committed to offering unforgettable memories, and we look forward to welcoming visitors to enjoy this breath-taking experience”.

Six Senses Zighy Bay offers three day, two-night bespoke itinerary priced at USD 22,000 (AED 80,300)

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