Measuring a relatively modest 41 feet in width, the ship’s spacious social areas and roomy cabins are a feat of nautical engineering. Whether you opt for a stateroom or a suite, you will enjoy a host of luxurious amenities that you would find in a luxury hotel. Expect the finest bed linen, spacious en-suites with rain showers and spa-quality bath products. Guests staying in one of the four suites will also have floor-to-ceiling windows and a separate seating area, making this one of the most luxurious ways to see India.
The ship’s staff are sure to impress even the most discerning of travellers. There's the welcoming hospitality team (who can mix up your favourite cocktail or make a morning coffee just the way you like it), the exceptional chefs who are experts in making both Indian and Western cuisine, and the pristine butlers who offer unparalleled levels of service. And the best part? Once they’ve finished their day job, the staff will be more than happy to indulge in a spot of cricket, paint ladies’ arms with henna or run a Bollywood dance lesson.