This Diwali, Take A Ferry Ride To Ratnagiri

To decrease the weight on open transport, the Mumbai Maritime Board (MMB) began ship administrations to Raigad and Ratnagiri from Wednesday.

An enormous number of individuals go to provincial Maharashtra amid the Diwali occasions. With the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) staff on strike, a great many people are thinking that its hard to go to Ratnagiri and Raigad, authorities said.

The MMB has presented the administrations for seven days of the happy season, and plan to proceed with it if the reaction is great.

The pontoon will leave from Ferry Wharf (Bhaucha Dhakka) in Mumbai to Dighi in Raigad and Dabhol in Ratnagiri region. The MMB will likewise give between availability amongst Dighi and Dabhol. While the cost of a ship ride from Mumbai to Dighi is Rs330, the ticket from Mumbai to Dabhol is Rs660.

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Atul Patne, CEO of MMB, stated, “We are excited about proceeding with the administrations and extending them to Malwan. Individuals are for the most part not used to a four-hour travel through ship, however we will think about the reaction throughout the following seven days.”

The limit of each ship is 35-40 travelers at any given moment. Travelers can visit for the ship timetable and timings.

On Wednesday, authorities said around 12-15 travelers took the ship from Mumbai to Dighi. “We showed signs of improvement reaction on Dighi-Dabhol course. We may get more travelers from Thursday,” said another authority from MMB.