Royal Caribbean start India cruise tourism season

TurismoPlus.ORG

Mariner of the Sea a Voyager-class cruise liner of the Royal Caribbean International will reposition in her new home in Miami, Florida, but before the cruise liner which can carry 3,807 passengers is expected to give a great start to the Indian cruise tourism this year as the holiday season has begun.

According to The New Indian Express many Indians book for a seven-night cruise from Kochi to Dubai on board Mariner of the Seas.

The cruise liner routinely sails in both Northern and Southern Asia.

It sails short cruises to South Korea and Japan from Shanghai, China, during the summer season and to Malaysia or Vietnam from Singapore during the northern winter season.

Mariner of the Seas enjoyed unparallelled success in the Southeast Asian region, especially in India, where it single-handedly popularised cruise tourism by offering some of the best onboard amenities and entertainment avenues for guests.

Royal Caribbean added that It also provided particular attention to the Indian travelling community, from its India-themed menus and restaurants to extending various offers for group bookings.

Replacing the ship in Asia will be another gem from Royal Caribbean’s fleet – Voyager of the Seas, with Singapore as its home port. Beginning April 30, Voyager of the Seas will offer a combined total of 77 sailings from Singapore, Hong Kong and Shenzhen in China, offering countless adventures across Southeast Asia.

Royal Caribbean International Cruises offer the options of 26 ships traveling to 6 continents over 240 destinations from 72 countries. Kochi, India is one of the finest natural harbors on the Arabian coast of India, Kochi (also known as Cochin) was once known as the center of the Indian spice trade. Subsequently, the town has a distinct European feel, due to the fact that it was once inhabited by the Portuguese, Dutch, and English. Their influence on the town’s forts, palaces, museums, and old churches is still evident today. Which is why Kochi is known as the “Queen of the Arabian Sea.”

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