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Talking about the tie up, Nikhil Thakurdas, CEO of Odyssey Tours and Travels said ‘’Experienced Indian travelers are looking at newer destinations and experiences. MV Infiniti provides the ideal opportunity for adventure enthusiasts to discover the rich marine life in the un-explored Andaman Islands like Neil Island, Sir Hugh Rose & Cinque Islands staying in the comfort of a super yacht’’
MV Infiniti is a scuba-diving yacht called ‘’Liveaboard’’ which is the only practical option for exploring many of the dive sites in Andaman Islands. The 130 ft long Infiniti houses 12 cabins (three for crew members) with the capacity to handle 18-22 passengers at a time. All the cabins are air conditioned and have twin beds with large ensuite bathrooms. The yacht has manifold luxury amenities like state-of-the-art interiors, sunbathing decks and lounge areas and a dining area where delicious & nutritious meals are freshly prepared in the on-board kitchen by a dedicated chef.
A typical 5 day itinerary costs between Rs 55,000 – Rs 60,000 per person depending on the season. The price includes pick up and drop from Port Blair airport, all meals, snacks & soft drinks, & onboard leisure activities such as snorkeling, kayaking & barbecue under the stars. There are various itinerary options to choose from but the most popular one goes to Neil Island, Sir Hugh Rose Island & Havelock Island. For the more experienced divers, there are tours to Cinque Island, Passage Islands and Sister Island.
There are various PADI certified courses available onboard from basic discover scuba diving to open water, adventure diver to advance open water courses. For the non-divers, they can enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, surfing and island excursions.
The yacht sails from October to May. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sail on MV infiniti and discover the unexplored Andamans because Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. For more details visit http://www.odysseytravels.net/infiniti.htm