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27 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 21:50 GMT+1



October 12, 2020

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Indian Jalesh Cruises won't resume operations who had been suspended because of the pandemic

The cruise company had begun to operate April 2019

Not even one year after the start of operations, the company Indian cruise ship Jalesh Cruises threw in the towel announcing that he won't resume the business that was has been suspended since last March due to the effects of Pandemic of Covid-19 and after that its only ship, the Karnika, had been seized in Mumbai by the court Admiralty at the request of the company's creditors. The Karnika,which was built in 1989 by the Italian Fincantieri for the Company Princess Cruises and christened with the Crown Princessname, is 245 meters long, 32 meters wide meters and has a capacity of 1,600-1,800 passengers.

Jalesh Cruises, through Zen Cruises, is controlled by Subhash Chandra, president of the Indian Essel Group, and his 25.75% of the company's capital is owned by Indian Delta Corp Ltd. Karnika's business began in April 2019 with cruises from Mumbai to Goa, and then expand their range to the Middle East with cruises departing from Abu Dhabi.


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