The Middle East cruise market, based primarily out of Dubai, and the Indian sector, based primarily out Mumbai, has seen the largest-ever capacity increase in a single year, with a year-on-year jump […]
India’s cruise source market could exceed China’s in the coming years if more cruise lines homeport in Mumbai, according to Nalini Gupta, Head of Costa Cruises India.
The cruise ship Karnika, newly delivered to Jalesh Cruises following a major refurbishment in Singapore, has docked in Goa, becoming the first Indian-owned mainstream cruise ship ever to do so.
Pacific Jewel of P&O Australia has been handed over to Jalesh Cruises in Singapore ahead of her dry-docking and refurbishment for a new life as the cruise ship Karnika.
Jalesh Cruises, India’s newest and first mainstream cruise line, has released a range of cruise itineraries sailing from April this year onwards, with Dubai included as a port of call on Mumbai […]
Jalesh Cruises will become the second domestic cruise line targeting the Indian cruise market when it launches operations in April next year.
Angriya Cruises is the first-ever Indian owned and operated cruise line in the country, and it’s now offering 2-night round-trip cruises from Mumbai to Goa.
In a major effort to cater more to the growing Indian cruise market, several cruise lines homeporting in the Arabian Gulf out of Dubai have announced new Mumbai to Mumbai getaway cruises.
The luxury cruise arm of Royal Caribbean, Azamara Club Cruises’, will sail from Dubai twice in 2019 aboard its little cruise liner, Azamara Quest, with one of the voyages featuring a total […]