FAQs

The duration of the cruise is one hour.
A single ticket includes a fun-filled, hour-long evening cruise on a boat with a live DJ performance, three Goan folk dances and sightseeing along the river Mandovi.
Any child above the height of 3 feet has to buy a full ticket. Any child below this height is free.
No, it does not - food & beverages can be bought at an additional price on each boat.
Yes, there is a toilet on the boat.
The four main boat cruise operators have come together to create a single window system of ticketing at the Panjim Jetty. The operators are Paradise Cruises, Royal Cruises, Coral Queen and GTDC (Goa Tourism Development Corporation)
All the boats only differ in size and capacity - the program, itinerary, duration, setup, music etc are all standardized.
No - the boats operate on a rotation basis every evening. If you are willing to wait for a particular, you can. All the boats have a similar setup and program.
Passengers are not allowed to carry any liquor from outside - there is a bar counter which sells liquor on each boat. Food for infants is allowed - other food items are not allowed - there is a snacks counter which sells snacks on each boat.
Heavy bags and luggage are not allowed - ladies are allowed to carry a purse and gents, a backpack. No other bags are allowed. The bags will be checked by our security staff.
No, there is not storage room - we recommend that you keep your bags in your hotel room or car.
No, the seats are on a first-come-first-serve basis - the boats do not take more passengers than the number of seats.
Goa Boat Cruises, Tourism Jetty, Below the Mandovi Bridges, Panjim - Goa.
No, the bar and snacks counters does not accept credit card payments.
Yes, cameras for pictures and videos are allowed on the boat. However, professional filming cameras and other equipment are NOT allowed and any recorded content cannot be used for commercial purposes without the consent of the management of the boat.
When it comes to safety on board, we don't make any compromises. Health, safety and security are our foremost concerns.
  • We have certified staff on-board trained in ship handling and life-saving techniques.
  • First-Aid kits are available on board at all times.
  • Safety equipment such as life jackets, ring buoys, rescue tubes, fire extinguishers are all available.
  • Emergency rafts are available if needed.
  • We are equipped with a VHS radio receiver.
  • We have functional telephone communications on board.