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XLine Dubai Marina reopens with strict Covid-19 preventive measures – News

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Open Wednesday to Saturday from 3.30pm to 6.30pm, XDubai is giving thrill-seekers special discounts.

XLine Dubai Marina is set to reopen on Wednesday, June 3, action sport brand XDubai has announced.

At 1km long, running from a height of 170m and with speeds of up to 80kmph across the experience’s two ziplines, the reopening provides adventure-seekers with a thrilling experience on the world’s longest urban zipline, right in the heart of Dubai Marina.

Open Wednesday to Saturday from 3.30pm to 6.30pm, XDubai is giving thrill-seekers special discounts. Solo flyers can take the leap from Dh399 per person (regular rates at Dh650), while pairs can fly fast together on the XLine’s two ziplines for Dh699 per pair (regular rates at Dh1,200).

With health and safety at the forefront, here are some of the measures put into place:

> Limited capacity with a maximum of 4 customers per session

> Cashless Payment Only via pre-booking online at www.xline.xdubai.com or via card at the check-in booth in Marina Mall or XDubai Shop in Dubai Mall

> Social distancing measures in effect throughout the entire experience

> Mandatory mask and gloves to be worn throughout the entire experience

> Temperature checks for both customers prior to their experience, and for staff daily

> Deep cleaning and sanitation of transport and equipment before each session with hand sanitiser available to customers throughout the experience

> At present, only those between the ages of 13-59 will be able to experience the XLine Dubai Marina, and as before, all zipliners must be a minimum height of 130cm, weigh 50-100kg, and be in a good medical condition





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