The Oman Sea is a waterfront connecting the Persian Gulf to the Indian Ocean.
Iran and Pakistan are in the north, and the countries of Oman and the UAE are in the south.
The Oman Sea is connected to the west by the Strait of Hormuz to the Persian Gulf and from the east and south-east to the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean.
Oman located in the south of the Oman Sea. The length of the Iranian coast along the Oman Sea, from Goetar Bay to Bandar Abbas, is 784 kilometers.
The southern shores of Iran are from the Strait of Hormuz to the port of Goetar, and this is half the southern coast of Iran.
The depth of this sea is around 3398 meters.