India’s biggest domestic cruise Angriya started to operate between Mumbai and Goa from Saturday. The 131-metre-long Angriya has 104 cabins and has a capacity to carry 350 passengers at a time. The ship has lavish sleeping quarters for all the passengers. The fare for travelers will lie between Rs 6,000 and Rs 11,000, depending on the class you are travelling in.
The ship is lalso laced with Premium Suite, Premium Suite Couple, Premium Rooms for four and two persons and a dormitory for groups. The giant ship has a ‘couple pod’ making it a perfect place for lovers and newly married ones.
Not stopping there, the luxury ship includes two restaurants, three open decks and a 24×7 coffee shop where you can hop on anytime even if you have a late night coffee addiction. The lavish ship also consists of a swimming pool.
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Siddhartha Nevalkar, the captain of Angriya, said that the cruise was operating between Japan and Ogasawara Islands. “It was bought by an Indian company about one and a half years back and was refitted at Mumbai port. The cruise will not ply on the high seas but would travel close to the coast so that the people are able to view the scenery.