Indian Government permits cruise ships to commence sailing October 1

   August 6, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

After 4 months of India experiencing lockdown, restricted movements, no summer vacations, and home confinement, as part of its Mission Begin Again, the Government announced that it will permit cruise ships to start sailing again from October 1.

In the light of the development, Jalesh Cruises announced the commencement of its MS Karnika sailings from November 6, 2020.

In line with its commitment to valued passengers to offer a safe and secure vacation at sea, Jalesh Cruises announced that it offers all passengers free rapid COVID- and all other flu-related testings at the time of embarkation. Travelers can receive their test results in 15 minutes, board the vessel without any worries, and set sail into the sea.

MS Karnika is being advertised as a home away from home with the best-in-class amenities. She offers the option of discovering the beauty of India while sailing in comfort. In addition to excellent dining, accommodation, and entertainment offerings, Karnika boasts first-rate hygiene and security practices.

MS Karnika has been at Port Mumbai (Bombay, India) since March 12, 2020.