louis cruises india

louis cruises india

Louis started operating short cruises out of Limassol, Cyprus to the Eastern Mediterranean from the 80s, a programme that is still in force. The company will offer itineraries of two nights/three days to Maldives and Sri Lanka and one night high sea sailing from Kochi Louis Cruises had drawn up major plans for India, making Kochi as the base port and initially offering three-night packages to the Maldives and Colombo, Louis Cruises started operating short cruises out of Limassol apart from a one-night high seas trip from December2 The launch of Louis Cruises India forms part of Louis Cruises’ strategy for further expanding its international operations by entering and developing new markets.

After the signing, Balakrishnan said the Kochi port was emerging as a major destination for cruise tourism. Louis Cruises India, a subsidiary of the Louis Cruises, the world’s fifth largest cruise operator has launched its operations in India with Kochi as its homeport. Kochi was a natural choice for Louis Cruises not just because it has all potential of an emerging cruise hub but also of the positive approach of the state government towards tourism. Louis Cruises, one among the leading cruise operators of the world, has launched its Indian subsidiary, Louis Cruises India, with Kochi as the home port.

Louis Cruises India, a subsidiary of the Louis Cruises has launched its operations in India with Kochi as its homeport. The launch of Louis Cruises India forms part of Louis Cruises’ strategy for further expanding its international operations by entering and developing new markets, as reported earlier by TravelBiz Monitor. Louis Cruises India is targeting 60,000 passengers in the first season of operations i.e. December 2009 to April 2010. The ship is a floating hotel and every care is taken to ensure you have an exciting voyage.