The RTA has announced the timings for all means of public transport on the occasions of the Prophet Muhammed’s Birthday, Commemoration Day and National Day.
For the Dubai Ferry, there is no change to the normal daily timings and routes which are shown on the Routes page.
All routes run 7 days a week and are as shown on the routes page unless advised otherwise.
It is likely that on the occasion of the public holidays that the ferries will be busier than usual and some of the more popular trips may book up quicker than others (e.g. from the Marina).
People are advised to get to the ferry terminal with 30 minutes or so to spare so that they can purchase tickets at the relevant ticket office for their trip (no tickets can be bought online or in advance yet).
The trips from Al Jadaf have been less busy since they have been introduced and you can access the Marine Station very easily from Dubai Creek Metro Station.
The RTA has announced the timings for the Dubai Ferry for the holiday of Eid al Fitr 2017.
The ferry services will all return to their normal timings after some of them were suspended for Ramadan and you can see the specific details of the timings and trips here.
In addition to the standard trips, a new trip has been added for Eid al Fitr which is a round trip service from Sheikh Zayed Road Station that will operate between 6pm and Midnight.
The trip lasts around an hour and the cost is the same as the standard trips that run from the Marina and Al Ghubaiba – i.e. 50 dirhams for Silver class and 75 dirhams for Gold class. It is free for under 5s and full price for over 5s.
It is a round trip that departs and returns to Sheikh Zayed Road Station and does not stop at any other marine stations.
A summary of the trips running throughout Eid is shown below:
With the commencement of services on the Dubai Ferry in the Dubai Water Canal, there have been a number of questions and comments on this site about those services and whether they are actually running.
The Dubai Water Canal is definitely a work in progress and there is still a lot of work to be done before the whole area along the canal is finished and it looks likely that this will take some time despite the work being ongoing right now.
However, the ferry services are running as advertised. Some of the stations may not be so easy to find as they seem to be in the middle of somewhat deserted areas, and the Dubai Water Canal Station is one of those, but it is there!
In terms of the Dubai Water Canal Station, you can approach it along the Beach Road from either side as it is pretty well signposted, but it is on the Deira side of the canal so that might be the approach of choice.
Once you take the slip road towards the sea, on the right side of the bridge that crosses the canal, you need to follow a bit of a winding path through somewhat deserted roads until you come to a small parking area just in front of the marine station.
The roads do look like they are still being built and the parking area is not too busy but you will see the Dubai Canal Marine Transport Station in front of you.
The current timings of the ferry from the Dubai Water Canal Station are as per below – please note that if they are changed in future, they will be updated on the Routes/Timings page so it is probably worth checking there for up to date information.
During Eid al Adha the timings of Dubai Ferry do not normally change and 2016 is no exception with the same services running at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6.30pm.
See the routes/timings page for details of each trip and whether it is a round trip or a trip between the two ferry stations.
Also remember that round trips only run where there are more than 10 passengers although during Eid it is likely that the trips will be reasonably busy so it may be best to arrive a little bit early to ensure you get a place on your selected trip.
The RTA has announced public transport timings for the holiday of Eid al Fitr and as such Dubai Ferry will resort to its usual timings which can be found on this page: http://www.dubai-ferry.com/routes/