‘Jalesh’ India’s Premiere Cruise Line to set Sail From Mumbai in April 2019
Like the deluxe Angriya Cruise that set sail last year from Mumbai to Goa, there comes further good news of a premium luxury cruise line! Zen Cruises, India’s Premiere Cruise Line is set to launch its first brand Jalesh Cruises from Mumbai in April 2019. The deluxe domestic and international cruise business, . Adding to its first-class facilities, the cruise is all set to offer the best of international hospitality, entertainment shows, adventure activities, authentic cuisines, facilities and rooms specially-designed for elderly and differently abled passengers and more.
Jalesh Cruises, meaning ‘Lord of Water’ in Hindi language is planned to stand true to its name. It is exclusively designed to offer a rich experience of Indian hospitality, culture, gastronomy while cruising over its beautiful landscape. The lavish range of offerings onboard caters to both for domestic and international travelers. The cruise will create the best of holidays in India for vacationers, corporates, wedding planners and event organizers to offer new experiences.
The first ship of Jalesh Cruises is all set to sail. Upholding Indian traditions, the 2,000-passenger vessel will have a traditional naming ceremony, post which the maiden journey is planned for the 17th April 2019.
Planned cruise circuits
The premier Indian Cruise Line is said to cover circuits that include Indian ports like Chennai, Kochi, Mormugao, Mumbai and Vizag. Also, cruises will sail for international destinations like Abu Dhabi, Colombo, Dubai, Muscat, Penang, and Singapore.
The onboard services of Jalesh Cruises offer the utmost luxury experience.
Entertainment: The entertainment options include Broadway shows, musical plays, spellbinding magic shows, live music concerts, dance shows, movie screenings and many more. Shopping while sailing the seas is to upgrade the excitement!
Dining: Fine dining restaurants aboard will present with enthralling choices for gastronomy. While you will be never hungry on board, you may feel spoilt with choices. The cruise line boasts of 14 dining options. There are restaurant that cater to various culinary preferences. The best of all, one can also relish Jain menu at the restaurant named Jain Heaven, prepared with special care for dietary preferences. Pampering your taste buds, there are plans of kulfi stations to fine Chinese food, an international grill station and a café, and much more.
While food will set your mood, there are also abundant options to get your favorite drinks. The cruise line plans to have bars at various locations around the ship. The most popular options including The Pool Bar, The Casino Bar and The Chairman’s Club.
Additional Amenities: The cruise will additionally have a fully equipped gym, spa and salon to take of you even sailing on the high seas.
Kids Zone: Families traveling with kids need not worry. They can have a great time and let the kids have a wonderful time too. To keep the little ones entertained, the cruise will have amenities such as LEGO zones, an arts and crafts area, air hockey and more. Furthermore, they will have options to enjoy activities like karaoke and scavenger hunts.
Cost of Cruise
The cost of the cruise will depending on your budget. There are various packages to choose from starting INR 10,000 per person, per day.
The Mumbai – Mormugao (Goa) – Mumbai package will cost around INR 15,840 per person per day, for three nights and two days. The Chennai – Colombo – Penang – Singapore package starts at about INR 99,792 per person for an eight day / seven night cruise.
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