Sailing superstar Opal adds glamour and excitement to Sri Lanka’s latest marine tourism offering
caption id="attachment_4498" align="alignright" width="200"Jeroen Misseghers, GM, Sail Lanka Charter.
Sailing holidays around Sri Lanka’s magnificent Indian Ocean coastline are fast becoming firm favourites among our rapidly increasing numbers of international tourists.
And top marine adventure provider Sail Lanka Charter is leading the charge with their magnificent new boat, the 53ft catamaran Opal, which can host up to 40 guests.
The Daily Mirror’s online Life magazine features the new offering, “a plethora of varied cruise experiences like whale watching tours, sunset cruises, and snorkeling expeditions, including private cruises tailored to suit your preferences”.
It reports: “Perched up front on the nets at the fore of the deck, chilled glass of fresh juice in hand, the gentle breeze caressing our faces offering respite from the gloriously hot day, gorgeous ocean vistas and scenic coastline obscured only by railings make for a heightened experience of relaxation and calm.”
It adds: “Sailing is truly an underrated pastime in Sri Lanka, and Sail Lanka Charter actively strives to to change this notion, offering a plethora of varied cruise experiences like whale watching tours, sunset cruises, and snorkelling expeditions, including private cruises tailored to suit your preferences.
“As of now, their catamarans operate from prime locations in the country such as Colombo, Bentota, Kalpitiya, Galle, Mirissa, Batticaloa, Passikuda, Trincomalee, Mannar and Jaffna.”
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