Karnika Premium cruise kicked off its operation yesterday from Mumbai. Passengers reached Goa's Cruise Terminal this morning after an overnight journey.
The ex-P&O Pacific Jewel cruise ship, is a fourteen-story Premium cruise, having a passenger capacity of two thousand seven hundred people. The 250-meters ship is owned by Zen Cruises and operated by Jalesh Cruises. She has all the facilities of a 7-star hotel and is homeported out of Mumbai, India.
Jalesh Cruises - meaning 'Lord of Water' is designed to offer a rich experience of Indian culture, hospitality, and food to domestic and international travelers.
The ship will offer 15 departures in April and May, including both cruises to nowhere and an itinerary calling on Goa, with all departures using Mumbai for turnarounds. The ship will then move to Dubai until mid-September before she repositions back to Mumbai.
Mr. Jurgen Bailom, President and CEO, Zen Cruises that operates Jalesh Cruises, said, “This is India's first Premium cruise ship and we have taken best care of hospitality. We have also taken the utmost care that the passengers get the best of experience on the trip. From shopping to entertainment, we have made all the arrangements. We have also made sure that the passengers get the best culinary experience on board this Premium cruise.”
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