2000 People Stuck On Mumbai-Goa Cruise After Crew Member Tests COVID-19 Positive

COVID-19 cases are rising in India all over again. According to the latest update, around 2000 people got stranded on the Mumbai-Goa Cordelia cruise ship following the COVID-positive report of a crew member. The crew member underwent a rapid antigen test and was found to be virus-positive. While the member has been kept in isolation now, authorities are testing 2000 travellers onboard before permitting them to leave.

IRCTC Launches The First Luxury Cruise Liner Of India From September 18 To Goa, Lakshadweep & More!

IRCTC launched India’s first indigenous cruise liner on September 18. IRCTC joined hands with Cordelia Cruises to bring India’s first indigenous luxury cruise line to allow travellers to experience a stylish, luxurious, and most importantly, inherently Indian cruise with unwinding views of the sea. The cruise liner is designed specifically for Indians catering to the way Indians like to holiday. You will be able to sail to some of the best destinations like Goa, Diu, Lakshadweep, Kochi, and Sri Lanka on this cruise liner. Cordelia Cruises will sail through these Indian destinations with its base at Mumbai in the first phase. The base destination will then be shifted to Chennai from May 2022 and set sail to destinations in Sri Lanka like Colombo, Galle, Trincomalee, and Jaffna.

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The Cruise Will Have Restaurants, Open Cinemas & Swimming Pool

The most popular tour itineraries of Cordelia Cruises are Mumbai-Goa-Mumbai, Mumbai-Diu-Mumbai, Mumbai-At sea-Mumbai, and many more. On the Cordelia Cruises, you will be able to enjoy many recreational and leisure activities such as restaurants, bars, swimming pool, open cinemas, theatre, and kids area. The crew will follow a slew of COVID-19 protocols such as hourly sanitisation, air filtration and, social distancing.

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The number of guests allowed on the cruise will also be limited. What’s more, the cruise will have a fully functional medical centre too.

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