How to book Mumbai-Goa Angriya Cruise Ship tickets online


Want to sail on the Angriya ship to Goa? Looking for information on the cabin accommodation ticket prices of Angriya? This article provides complete information about the type of rooms and berths on Angriya cruise ship, facilities and services and the online booking procedure.

Those heading to Goa via international cruise ships will be happy to know that they can now board India's very own domestic Cruise Liner, Angriya. It will sail both ways between Mumbai and Goa, the two embarking/destination docks being the Purple Gate of Princess Docks in Mumbai and the dock at Mormugao in South Goa. Bookings have opened for its first trip on 24th October and for later dates as well. Other than being a passenger cruise liner, arrangements can also be made for a private party, a wedding event or an offshore corporate meeting.

At the outset, it should be noted that Angriya will not sail at all in case of stormy weather and the voyage, in that case, will be cancelled.

The people and policies behind Angriya

Captain Nitin Dhond is the ship's sailor-owner; the company is Angriya Sea Eagle Private Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sea Eagle Cruises.

While no stone has been unturned to provide every luxurious comfort, the sailing vessel is also eco-friendly. The management is maintaining a zero-wastage policy in a majority of the areas of operation. What's more, it is committed to operating a plastic-free ship. As part of this commitment, drinking water in the rooms is provided in copper bottles. The coat of paint that covers the magnificent blue and white ship is non-toxic, to ensure that marine vegetation is not harmed. Special coats of paint have also been applied to reduce water-resistance which, in turn, reduces the consumption of power. Offshore, it supports research studies on marine conservation, these being facilitated with the Mhadei Research Center, Goa.

Angriya Ship photo

About Angriya and the crew

A former Japanese ship which has been overhauled and transformed into a luxury cruise liner, Angriya's name has been conceptualized from the name of Sarkhel Kanhoji Angre, the very first Admiral of the Maratha Navy.

Admiral Kanhoji Angre image

The 131-meter long ship has seven decks, manned by 25 marine personnel and 60 hospitality personnel. Qualified Officers will assist the ship's Captain with the navigation. While the powerful Pielstick 18PC 2-6 engines with 27000 BHP can achieve high speeds of up to 25 knots, the ship's crew will maintain a steady pace of 32 km per hour. This is to ensure that you truly benefit from the experience of sailing down the Konkan coastline, leisurely enjoying the scenic views of forts, the sunset and, of course, the grandeur of the vast blue Arabian Sea all around you.



Amenities and Facilities

Safety and Security

The very first thing passengers are required to do once they board the ship is to pay attention to the video on safety and evacuation procedures. You must also read the Safety instructions which are on clear display throughout the ship, including in the rooms. Check out the instructions on how to wear a life jacket which has been placed in your room. A member of the crew will give you the requisite assistance to locate and wear a life jacket in case of an emergency. CCTV cameras have been installed at strategic points for round the clock surveillance to ensure security.

Passengers are expected to bring their medicines and take the necessary health precautions, with the crew assisting in case of a medical emergency. The crew is also trained in first aid, with medical kits available on each deck, at the reception area and in the medical room.

Currently, there are no lifts, though future plans do include introducing motorized wheelchairs and other facilities for physically-challenged passengers.

Food and Beverages

In addition to the delectable local cuisine of the Konkan region, Continental, Italian, and Chinese food is served at the two restaurants. The Ancora restaurant includes a coffee shop which is open round the clock. The other restaurant is Coral Reef, which provides glimpses of the sea via portholes.
Restaurant on board Angriya

In addition to a welcome drink when you board the ship, the meal price includes high tea in the evening, buffet dinner at night and breakfast the next morning. The meal timings and restaurant are printed on the food voucher given to the passenger.

There are not just one or two, but six bars on board Angriya – Aguad, on the open deck at the very top of the ship; Gaaz, at the forward-most deck; Sorro Di and Sea Horse, located at the Fathom lounge, have foot-tapping music inviting you to hit the floor with some cool dance steps; Goaf, on the infinity pool deck; and Sea Breeze, which serves snacks and ice-cream.

Note: There is no room service and no food will be given in a parcel. You must take all meals at the restaurant.

Reading and Recreation

For those who are deep into books, there is a reading-cum-recreation room, 'Knots and Crosses'. The crew can also provide a few books, crayons, and simple games for the little ones.

Relaxation and Rejuvenation

At the Dry Dock Spa, which is managed by Sohum Wellness, you can get totally pampered with expert therapies. Foot and back massages are also offered onboard by the poolside.

The infinity pool is a plunge pool at the rear end of the ship, with superb views of the surrounding sea. It is a blissful place to simply let your mind distress under the sky. Remember, though, to wear the appropriate swimwear and remove footwear before entering the pool. No diving is allowed and drinking while swimming is not permitted. A lifeguard is present at the poolside for your safety.

Accommodation and Comfort

There are various types of accommodation on board Angriya. These include:

Rooms

  1. A large room for couples, with double beds and an attached washroom. A big window provides a sea view. Tariff: Rs. 7650/- per person.

  2. Couple room on Angriya Ship

  3. A Buddy room: This has one large bed and a separate bed by the large sea-facing window. Tariff: Rs.6800/- per person.
    Buddy room on Angriya Ship


  4. A Couple room: This has Portholes with views of the sea and the sky. The room has a double bed and an attached washroom. Tariff: Rs. 6800/- per person.

  5. A Couple room: This has a double bed and an attached washroom but no windows. Tariff: Rs. 6250/- per person.

  6. A Buddy Room: This has separate beds and no windows, with a common washroom. Tariff: Rs. 5300/- per person.

  7. A Family Room: With a capacity for four people, this room is ideal as family accommodation. It has a double bed and kids' Bunk, with an attached washroom. The big window provides a superb view of the sea. Tariff: Rs. 6200/- per person.

  8. A Family Room: Like the above-mentioned family room, this, too, is for four persons, with a double bed, kids' bunk and an attached washroom, but has no window. Tariff: Rs. 6250/- per person.

  9. A Couple Rooms: This room is for two persons, with a seating area in addition to the double bed. There is an attached washroom and the room has portholes. Tariff: Rs. 7650/- per person.

Bunk Rooms

A bunk room accommodates four persons with a pair of bunk beds against each wall and a window in-between them. The washroom is common, to be shared. Tariff: Rs. 5700/- per person.
Bunk room on Angriya Ship

Luxury Pods

A luxury pod only has a double bed with no window and a common washroom. For double occupancy (two persons), the Tariff is Rs. 4650/- per person. The Tariff is the same for single occupancy (one person in the Pod).

Dorms

The beds are bunk beds, with a dorm having a capacity for 66 people. There is a common washroom and no windows. Tariff: Rs. 4300/- per person.

Important notes: The tariff mentioned is as per what was on the official website at the time of writing this article. Passengers are requested to check out the rates at the time of booking as these may differ as per date and deck selection. The meal charge is extra, at Rs. 2000/- per adult and Rs. 1000/- per child (Inclusive of GST). Infants: 6 months to 3 years; Child / Kid: 3 years to 8 years.

Rules and regulations

Pregnant women are allowed to board, but not after six months of pregnancy. Also, infants below six months of age will not be permitted on the ship. You can roam around the ship, but should not sit at the bow of the ship or stand on the sofa seats and chairs which are placed on the decks. However, a child must be accompanied by an adult at all times and should not be allowed to wander around alone.

You can take on the voyage check-in baggage up to 25kgs, which will be handed back to you when you disembark. Up to 10kg cabin baggage per person is permitted. In the case of children below 12 years, too, only up to 25kgs per child is allowed. One overnight handbag per person is permitted. In your hand baggage it is advisable to pack in your swimwear & accessories (swim goggles, flip-flops, sunscreen etc), a set of change of clothes for evening wear/night, ear plugs, a jacket, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc. regular medicines, medicine for sea sickness (all medicines which are in bottles should be sealed ones and not open bottles), diapers, sanitary pads, charger, etc. Don't forget your binoculars and camera!

Do not carry on board either in handbags or in cargo luggage items which are flammable and dangerous (liquids and explosives, lighter fluid and fireworks too), including candles and incense sticks. Knives, scissors, sharp objects, any type of firearm & ammunition (including a replica), HAM radios, electrical extension cords and multi-pin plugs are banned. You should also not carry any kind of self-defence gear, such as pepper spray, a nightstick, handcuffs, etc. These, along with illegal drugs, will be confiscated immediately by the crew.

Those wanting to enjoy a smoke should do so only in the areas designated for it. It is forbidden to smoke in the staterooms or any other air-conditioned enclosed areas which have not been allocated for smoking. If you do not adhere to this, you are liable for prosecution.



How to book Angriya tickets

The online ticket booking process for Angriya cabins involves a few simple steps.

The first step is to check the availability at the Angriya Cruises booking website and select the route (Goa to Mumbai/Mumbai to Goa) and the number of passengers.

The second step is to select the accommodation as per your requirement. The right deck should also be selected, referring to the colour coding provided -
Colour Coding for Deck Selection

Then choose the number of rooms and click on the "Add" button.

At the third step, the room booked as per your selection with the total cost is displayed.

Note: There will be an additional charge if you select a room for two persons and only one person will be staying there. That is if you select a room with the occupancy less than its capacity and one or more beds will remain empty, you will be charged by 70% of the sum of the remaining beds' rate as an extra. So, for example, instead of paying Rs. 8,800/- for a double occupancy room (Rs.6,800/- for the room+ Rs. 2000 for meals), you will be paying Rs.13,560/- for it.

Once you have checked your selection and the cost, on that same page on the right side you need to enter your name, address, phone number and email ID, city and country. Click on the button 'continue' and then proceed to the final steps, which will include payment.

Where to board Angriya

The Mumbai Domestic Cruise Terminal address: Victoria Docks 15, Purple Gate, off Ferry Wharf, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

The Goa Terminal Address: Mormugao Cruise Terminal, Main Land Sada, Mormugao, Goa, India.

Contact information

Helpline number: +91 83148 10440
Email: response@angriyacruises.com

[Source of all images: The official website - http://angriyacruises.com/]


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