India to become new hub for cruise

The government is developing a modern 2 lakh square feet terminal in Mumbai at an estimated cost of INR 225 crore to make it a landmark destination, which will have infrastructure to accommodate cruise ships with size for 4,000 passengers. The project includes hospitality, retail, shopping, and restaurants and will allow general visitors during non-cruise seasons. According to Gadkari, a decision has been taken to have passenger terminals at all major ports to cater to cruise tourists because such tourism is bound to boost the economy.

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