Oman National Transport Company (Mwasalat) and the National Ferries Company (NFC) are launching another adventure between Muscat to Khasab by sea-land route, beginning from August 24. The new Khasab Muscat ferry routes give a one of the best experience through using Mwasalat transports via land, and afterward moving to ferries.
The Khasab Muscat ferry trips at different times and duration and the journey won’t surpass the current ferry route from Muscat to Khasab by sea means.

This line will likewise give the flexibility to begin or end the trip in different cities in the Sultanate without incurring extra expenses.


Khasab NFC (National Ferries Company) is owned by the Government of the Sultanate of Oman and offers fast ferry benefits between various points along the Omani coast including Muscat, Khasab, Lima, Shinas, Dibba, and Masirah. The 3,000-kilometer long coastline of the Sultanate of Oman makes the NFC service a need for local people and


sightseers by giving a fundamental connection between Muscat to Khasab by sea and make an extraordinary sparing in travel time. NFC has the 2 quickest rapid ferries that are Shinas and Hormuz, both fit for arriving at paces of more than 55 knots, these 65-meter longships can convey up to 208 travelers and 56 vehicles. Onboard you’ll locate a decision of agreeable Economy, Business and VIP class seating has television screens, drinks, and light refreshments. During the crossing be sure to take in the pleasant and glorious coastline from Khasab Muscat ferry.

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The Khasab ship offers the opportunity for a quiet break around the shoreline. The port just offers ship courses to different ports around Oman, especially Muscat.

Fleets Capacity

Fleet Capacity Brief:capacity
Crews:6 (max)
Vehicles:38 (car)

The sailings are genuinely rare and can vary from season to season, so it is prudent to check for live updates of Khasab Muscat ferry and in the return trip you can also enjoy the adventure, views, and scenery from Muscat to Khasab by sea routes

Fleet Speed

Fleet Speed Brief:speed
Service Speed:15 Knots
Max Speed:18 Knots


Explorers from Oman soon take a visa-free ferry to Iran as the main ferry service connecting the two nations will run from Khasab in Oman to Qeshm Island. The ship can carry 120 travelers and 20 vehicles and will run three days per week. A full circle keeps going three hours. As indicated by an understanding marked between Oman’s National Ferries Company (NFC) and authorities at the Qeshm Free Zone Organization, if the Khasab Qeshm ferry route ends up being a triumph, ferries on different routes like Shinas-Qeshm, Sohar-Qeshm and Muscat-Qeshm could likewise be launched.


The Khasab to Muscat ferries operates 4 days every week, leaving Muscat Sundays and Wednesdays 12:00 pm noon and leaving Khasab Tuesdays and Fridays at 12:00 pm. You can pick your desired time and board your tickets to see the beautiful view from the Khasab Muscat ferry. On the other hand, the Muscat to Khasab by sea routes costs around 23 R.O per individual (one way), which is sensible for a 5 hours ship ride that spares you from driving ~500 km.


The Shinas Khasab ship routes associate Oman with Oman. Right now there is only the 1 ferry organization working this ferry service, National Ferries Company.SHINAS TO KHASAB FERRY

The intersection works up to multiple times every week with cruising duration from around 4 hours.
The Shinas to Khasab ferry timing are listed below;
Days: Sunday and Thursday

Departure time: 3 pm
Arrival Time: 7 pm