Information of Facilities Onboard Ocean Life

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M.V. Ocean Life is one of the most stylish, modern and comfortable cruise ships. Fully refurbished in 2008 for a cost of Rs. 100 crores, this 9 deck vessel can accommodate up to 574 passengers in 231 cabins. The ship has a large swimming pool, 3 hot tubs, a kid’s zone, a gaming zone, shopping & a casino. Keeping in mind the needs of an Indian traveller, the cruise provides an international experience with an Indian touch. Most of the cabins can accommodate up to 4 passengers, kids up to 5 sail free, food by TAJ including Jain meals are some of the features of the cruise.

The onboard facilities include a spa & wellness zone, sun decks, shop, DJ, live entertainment, chill out zone and pool bar & lounge restaurant, serving both Indian and International cuisine.

Leisurely Pastime:-
 :: Live Band.  :: Night Club & Disco.
 :: Pool side entertainment.  :: Swimming.
 :: Aerobics and Gymnasium.  :: Deck Sports.
 :: Dance Instructions.  :: Spin on Dance Floor.
 :: Jog on Deck.  :: Free entry to Casino.
 :: Shopping.  :: 24 hour room service.
 :: Direct dial telephone & fax.  :: Medical facilities.
 :: Bank & Postal facilities.  :: European Style Spa & Sauna.
 :: Beauty Parlor.  :: Try your luck at Casino.
 :: Enjoy drinks at the Ship Bar. Unlimited drinks Card available at Rs.1,500/- per person per day. (Premium Scotch Brands & Single Malts not included.)  :: Shore Excursions.
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M.V. Arabian Sea

The popular package tour Coral Reef is a five-day cruise on the new passenger ship M.V. Arabian Sea which takes tourists to Kavaratti, Kalpeni and Minicoy or Kadmat for day excursion. During the day lunch and refreshments will be served ashore. Night spends onboard the ship.

The organized activities include shore excursions, water sports and entertainments that include folk dances and cultural activities in different islands. Swimming, boating, snorkeling and other water sports is arranged during the day tour.

Bangaram Island

The world's 10 best secret beaches (Sunday Times Travel Magazine Feb 8th 2004) that is just an hours’ flight from Kerala’s cultural capital of Cochin. This teardrop shaped piece of land is encircled by creamy sand. For a perfect outing, there are three uninhabited islands in the same atoll, Tinnakara, Parali-I and Parali-II. The deep, warm, clear waters of Indian Ocean with its myriad flora and fauna are an irresistible invitation to the scuba diving fraternity of the world.

The exquisite coral formation including the black coral formations, the variety and number of coral fishes - the angel, the clown, the butterfly, the surgeon not to mention awesome -looking but harmless sharks, mantarays, sting rays moray eels and turtles make diving at Bangaram an addictive experience.

Agatti Island

The Gateway of Lakshadweep, Agatti Island is Located 459 kms. from Cochin. Agatti and its satellite islands of Bangaram, Tinnakkara, Parali-I & Parali-II presents a breathtaking spectacle of sparkling coral reefs, turquoise blue lagoons, silvery beaches and lush green coconut palms that sway to the rhythm of the sea.

Agatti is the only island with an airport. The sea around the island offers excellent scope for water sports and fishing. Coral growths and multi coloured coral fishes are abound in its lagoons.

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