~ Wave of laughter and gaiety fill the air as kids accompanied by their guardians explore the ship anchored at Bandra – Worli Sealink.
November 30, 2019 : Mumbai : A group of kids accompanied by their guardians arrived onboard the Mumbai Maiden cruise ship, at the Bandra jetty today morning. The kids from Jidd Special School run by the Thane Municipal Corporation were visiting the ship for a fun day trip onboard.
Some apprehensive but awed by the sea looked around with wonder, holding the hands of their respective guardians, and slowly as they were lead around the various decks of the ship, they let their guard down – dancing, clapping, singing and making merry.
“It is an absolutely wonderful feeling to see the joy on the faces of these kids, the laughter and shout out of thank you overwhelmed me and we feel more determined to make the experience for our visitors a one of a kind unique one.” Said Sanjeev Agarwal, CEO Mumbai Maiden Cruise.
“I am also grateful to Mr Sanjiv Jaiswal, Honourable Commissioner of Thane Municipal Corporation, Mr Rajdekar and Mr Joshi for their continuous support and guidance to make this event as reality.” continued Sanjeev Agarwal.
“The experience of the ship is meant to offer a wholesome family experience and seeing the kids enjoy themselves and let their guard down, reinstates Mumbai Maiden’s objective for being the most unique and holistic experience in leisure and entertainment”, added Twinkle Sehgal, Brand Ambassador of Mumbai Maiden who was seen interacting with the kids and the members of the corporation.
The kids strolled around the decks of the ship, even the beating sun did not deter their spirits as they danced their feet off to their favourite music. Laughing, making merry and just having the time of their life.
The kids surrounded the Captain as he explained the workings of the ship and narrated the importance of safety and other measures available onboard to the kids.
The fact that soon SSR Marine Services, the company behind Mumbai Maiden will be starting their services in Thane Gaimukh Creek was received with loud shouts of appreciation.