MUMBAI, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- India's first domestic cruise ship Angriya has flagged off from Mumbai to Goa, according to local media.
The cruise, operating on the Mumbai-Goa sea route from last Saturday, is a luxurious 7-deck, 131-m long passenger ship built in Japan.
Equipped with bars, restaurants, swimming pool, spa and discotheque, the ship can accommodate about 400 passengers.
This will be a 14-hour joyful journey from Mumbai to Goa over the sea. This luxurious trip also attempts to attract more tourists to India for experiencing a novel transportation.
The Mint reports explained the details of the cruise as "Ticket prices range from 58.33 USD for a dorm to 103.78 USD for a double room (plus 27.13 USD for meals), making it as expensive as off-season flights, but more time-consuming. Ticket booking can be done through a travel agent or the website of Angriya Cruise.