2 cruise ships call at New Mangalore port

Our Bureau Mangaluru | Updated on March 04, 2018 Published on March 04, 2018


Two cruise vessels called at New Mangalore Port on Saturday. A press release said here that mv Costa Victoria with 1,771 passengers and 809 crew members and mv Insignia with 612 passengers and 407 crew members called at the port on Saturday.

These are the 19th and 20th cruise vessels calling at the port during 2017-18. It said that mv Costa Victoria, an Italian cruise vessel with passengers representing 35 nations, came from Colombo and sailed out to Salalah; and mv Insignia, a Norwegian cruiseliner with passengers from the US and Canada, came from Male and sailed out to Kochi.

Published on March 04, 2018

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