The first passenger ship of the ferry service relaunched between Sri Lanka and India following the end of war will sail from Tutokorin today.
The ship is to arrive in the Colombo harbor tomorrow.
The nine story ship has seating arrangements for 1044 passengers. It also has a 250 seat auditorium, restaurants, recreational facilities and medical facilities.
The shipping agent Arugambay Travels says that 10% is levied from the children up to two years of age, 50% up to 12 years of age and 40% from the senior citizens.
One way ticket is around 60 US dollars. A passenger can carry up to 100 kilos of baggage.
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