Angriya Cruises: India's first domestic Cruise Liner sailing alternating days between Mumbai and Goa (Video)
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.
The cruises depart every 2 days from Mumbai’s Victoria Docks at 4pm, giving passengers a view of sunset in the Indian Ocean, with the ship arriving 14 hours later at sunrise off Goa’s Konkan coast. The ship then departs Goa in the evening and arrives in Mumbai at 9am the following morning.
Angriya (formerly the ro-ro ferry Ogasa) is a budget cruise ship, it has no balcony cabins, although there are sizeable outside staterooms with double beds and ensuite bathrooms and there are around 10 passengers to each crew member.
Not all the cabins have private bathroom facilities, and on what used to be the ro-ro deck in the days when the ship carried cars, there are huge dormitories where passengers can buy a bed-space rather than a cabin.
Meals and drinks aren’t included in the cruise fare, but can be bought on-board from two restaurants and bars.