There is only one answer to all the evil that persists in our daily lives and for all the sadness that gets shot – a Goa plan!
Don’t you think so?
Well, for us, the people who are mostly broke, going to Goa takes months-long planning, a lot of savings, begging and sometimes even cutting on meals, for a flight to Goa is almost always an expensive affair.
But fret not, because from now on if you don’t want to fly to Goa, well, you can just ferry your way to paradise.
Union minister Nitin Gadkari recently announced that ferry service from Mumbai to Goa will commence in the first week of December.
— PIB in Goa (@PIB_Panaji) November 7, 2017
Goa to Mumbai has been a very popular route for as far as our memory goes and adding more options will only generate more revenue and tourism. Travelling by sea will not only abate the pollution, but it will also give a unique experience to all the travellers.
— That Goan Boy (@schmmuck) November 8, 2017
Mumbai To Goa Ferry Service To Start In December And We Are Super Excited and waiting to take a trip.
This is called #Vikaas@BJP4India @narendramodi @AmitShah @Dev_Fadnavis @MrsGandhi @TajinderBagga @sagrikaofficial @vijayrupanibjp
— Gaurav Mehta (@gmjecks) November 12, 2017
Mumbai to Goa ferry service about to start in December 2017. Excited
— ADDALA (@RAJENDRA_ADDALA) November 11, 2017
Mumbai to Goa ferry starts next month. Heard so many stories from family about their ferry trips. Must say I’m excited!
— Sharon (@sharroness) November 10, 2017
A ferry from Mumbai to Goa 😍
— Dharaaa (@WandererD17) November 10, 2017
The travel time through this ride is expected to be 7 hours and will stop at Ratnagiri district and Malvan before hitting Panjim.
The ferry is also expected to be a luxurious affair, accommodating close to 200 to 300 passengers.
Source of news : Indiatimes