Cruises to Goa

Cruises to Goa (Mormugao)

With a uniquely singular style amongst Indian cities, this marvellous old Portuguese and Hindu city studded with vibrant temples and majestic churches is a meld of cultures. Goa boasts a stunning Baroque cathedral completed in 1619, the Sé Catedral. Portuguese rule over Goa lasted 450 years, and its legacy remains strong in quaint, colourful Panjim. Sun worshipers will want to head to one of the area’s exquisite beaches. The local Goan cuisine, a hybrid of colonial and local flavours, is a highlight.

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Celebrity cruises and other cruise lines offer cruises to goa via dubai from southampton in the uk. Go to for information and cruise schedules.

Goa draws you in and keeps you under its spell. Centuries as a Portuguese colony flavour every aspect of life here, from the whitewashed 17th Century churches to the distinctive cuisine. 

Above all, beach life is at the heart of the Goan experience. On your Goa Cruise, relax into the seductively slow pace of life; lazing on the soft sands of a palm-fringed beach, the crystal clear waters of the Arabian Sea lapping gently at your feet. 

If you can tear yourself away from the beach, a tour of the capital, Panjim, is a must, to marvel at temples, churches and architectural gems that tell the story of the region’s history. Stop for lunch, enjoying a Goan fish curry or one of the many Portuguese specialities on offer. 

As evening draws in, the famous nightlife begins. Soak up the atmosphere before returning to your Celebrity cruise for a well-earned rest

In this part of India, Goa has a tropical climate and is hot and humid all year round. At it its height in May to June it’s above 30 degrees Celsius, falling to the mid-twenties in January.

Light clothes are advisable and depending upon the time of year, a layer for the evening. Rains come in the summer months, when waterproof clothing will be useful. Most importantly, for your Goa cruise, pack your swimwear and sun cream to make the most of those beautiful beaches.


A trip from Mumbai to Goa is nothing new, with many people making the journey either by road, by train or by air. But travel by all three means can be a bit boring, and that is where cruise ships come into play.

A number of Mumbai to Goa cruises have been introduced recently that not only take you to your destination, but also provide you with the ultimate entertainment that will keep you occupied throughout the trip onboard the ships. Plus, it would be a whole new experience altogether getting to view the sunrise and sunset in the middle of the ocean.

Mumbai to Goa Cruise

Jalesh Mumbai to Goa luxury cruise

Among the Mumbai to Goa cruises on offer, is the one provided by Jalesh Cruises, which is a brand of Jalesh Cruises Mauritius Ltd and India’s first multi-destination cruise line that has the best of entertainment shows, adventure activities and exotic authentic cuisines packed with international hospitality on the high sea. On-board the Karnika, the cruise ship with a capacity of 2,000 passengers, travellers are accorded the best in accommodation and entertainment, not only for the adults but children and teenagers as well.

Mumbai Goa cruise schedule

Jalesh Cruises offers passengers a range of rooms like Ocean View, Interior, Balcony or Minisuite according to their requirements. The bedding configurations include twin, double, triple and quad share. The Mumbai to Goa (Mormugao) journey by the Karnika takes 3 days and 2 nights or 4 days and 3 nights depending on the plan the person opts for. The first goes from Mumbai to Goa (Mormugao) and back to Mumbai, while the second goes from Mumbai to Goa (Mormugao) to High Seas and back to Mumbai.