A six-night cruise in the seas off eastern Sri Lanka is proving popular among expats and tourists. The Sail Lanka cruise which begins in Dutch Bay, Trincomalee, includes sailing in the Koddiyar Bay, a night-stop near the Koneswaran Hindu Temple, and snorkeling and paddleboarding at Sallitivu. It also includes swimming, seafood dinners and visits to Pasikudah, Kuchchaveli and the Pigeon Island Coral Reef National Park in Nilaveli viewing whales and dolphins on the way. These cruises are available from May to October.
Sail Lanka Charter has for several years been offering cruises in the seas around Sri Lanka. The cruises offer relaxation and enjoyment in classy comfort along the south coast, east coast, north coast and west coast of the island. Passengers have the option of snorkeling and enjoying the beauty of underwater marine life including corals; swimming in the middle of the sea; sunning on the deck and even fishing for their own meals. All this is done under the careful supervision of qualified and skilled mariners with an emphasis on safety.
Their fleet of 10 yachts provides an exclusive experience in stunning landscapes and pristine beaches along the 1,340 kilometre coastline and 10 national parks, showcasing an abundance of wildlife. The warm waters of the Indian Ocean which abound in whales, dolphins, tropical fish, corals and other marine life are perfect for relaxed and safe water sports.
“Our guests have both comfort and adventure,” said Kshanaka Wickremasinghe.
General Manger of Sail Lanka Charter (Pvt) Ltd. “The comforts are star class. We serve tea and coffee, fruit drinks, a succulent breakfast, lunch and dinner onboard. You could even use rod and tackle to fish for the next meal. The cabins are carefully equipped to give the maximum comfort. The waves gently lull you to a blissful sleep.”
“The yachts sail on both engine-power and wind-power. You can swim or float in mid-sea. You can snorkel and watch the colourful marine mysteries below the surface. It is a beautiful adventure and always under the watchful eyes of a qualified and efficient crew.”
For more information visit our website: sail-lanka-charter.com.