11 cruise ships disembarked 10000+ crew in Port Mumbai India

   June 13, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

Beginning on Friday, June 12, and ending on June 28, a total of 11 cruise ships will call at Port Mumbai India to disembark 10,000+ Indian crew stuck onboard after the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic halted cruise shipping worldwide.

Port of Mumbai (Bombay, India)

Nearly 20,000 Indian crew members working onboard cruise liners were left stranded all over the globe after the Coronavirus crisis forced cruise companies to suspend operations.

Cruise liners have sailed thousands of nautical miles to Mumbai India to drop off the stranded crew. Hundreds of crew members have also been repatriated on chartered flights arranged by the cruise operators to Goa-Mormugao and Mumbai over the past days.

More crew are still stranded overseas. 650 are stuck on Marella Explorer in the UK for 90 days.

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