Amet Cruise Goa

The five-star Amet Majesty starts its voyage from Cochin. There are three plans at the moment – High Seas and to Lakshadweep and Maldives. This luxurious cruise ship can hold about 700 passengers and 200 crew members. There are nine decks, 268 cabins and sea-facing rooms. Guests can enjoy their stay and be entertained at the casinos, pubs, bars, swimming pools, restaurants, health spa, Badminton court and entertainment areas.
The rooms are comfortably and sensibly designed, with ample space for luggage and washing. Spa and premium suites are also there for the extravagant traveller. Some rooms have ocean-view cabins and some have four-berth facility.

Guests can choose from Indian, Jain and International dishes on the cruise. The package fares include four complimentary meals everyday. Bars and pubs offer great wines and cocktails. Those who would like to host wedding receptions, parties and meetings can do so in the conference halls.

Check into the spa and health centre for massages and beauty treatments. You can also play badminton and table tennis. A lot of games and entertainment programmes have been arranged for children and the young. The Lounge bars, discos and dance floor are open to all.

AMET Shipping Private Limited owns Amet Cruises that operates the cruise ship. The other flagship services are Amet University, India's first Maritme University, Saraswathi Institute of Medical Sciences, a leading Medical College and Hospital in Uttar Pradesh.

The Cochin-High Seas is an overnight package, where passengers will be picked from Cochin Port and taken to about 12-15 nautical miles into the Arabian Sea. Cochin – Lakshadweep departs from Cochin to Lakshadweep, and guests can go on shore excursions, visit coral islands, islets, coral reefs and atolls. SCUBA diving, reef and lagoon snorkelling, kayaking, and glass-bottom boat rides are famous here.

The Cochin – Maldives package offers you the chance to visit and stay on the emerald islands of the Indian Ocean. You can go for shore excursions and individuals and group programmes such as whale submarine, photo flight, night fishing, diving, snorkelling, island barbeque dinners and day excursions.

The cruise will also include trips to Mumbai, Goa and Chennai soon. These are the ports other than Kochi that have good depth to accommodate large vessels and cruise ships.

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