To celebrate the festive season ahead, Sail Lanka, the pioneer yachting and coastal cruises in Sri Lanka is launching an exciting new package - ‘The Massage Cruise’ on one of their 53 - foot catamarans.
This new offering of an once-in-a-lifetime romantic private sailing experience includes Ayurveda masseurs on-board to attend to their guests and is geared at couples but can be arranged for larger parties. For those looking to pamper themselves, their partners or friends, this is the ultimate relaxing one-of-a-kind escape.
To make the season truly memorable, this exclusive massage cruise is now available on the South Coast from Jungle Beach in Unawatuna and will continue through the Sinhalese New year till the end of April with a special 20 percent discount. This special cruise and massage promotion will also be available on the East Coast, from May onwards.
The cruise package includes a welcome drink and a meal, whilst the captain and crew ensure guests are comfortable. This is followed by a 1 hour massage, full body, head, face or reflexology by 2 professionally trained Ayurveda therapists working simultaneously on 2 state-of-the-art massage beds in the cosy comforts of the privatized covered deck with views of the shore and water. The massage session creates a uniquely soothing and rejuvenating, holistic mind-body experience combining the best of what Sri Lanka has to offer in terms of traditional, Ayurveda massage and the magical, scenic settings of Jungle Beach Bay gently swayed by the rhythm of the waves. Thereafter, the boat will set sail towards the Japanese Peace Pagoda and Unawatuna Bay, as the guests relax and enjoy the sunset with breath-taking views of the scenic Galle Fort and Lighthouse. Once the boat drops anchor a freshly cooked fish BBQ dinner will be served in the soothing ambiance of the tranquillity of this idyllic, exclusive and romantic bay.
Sail Lanka Charter (Pvt) Ltd is a Sri Lankan company founded in 2014 as an initiative of “Building A Future Foundation”. The foundation initiated Sail Lanka Charter (SLC) by rebuilding boats and infrastructure destroyed in the tsunami of 2004. In 2007, the foundation expanded into creating employment in sustainable socioeconomic industries related to the ocean.
In 2008, they formed the first whale watching company in Mirissa, Mirissa Water Sports, giving rise to the whale watching industry with 60 licensed boats in operation today.
The company is the pioneering force in the area of luxury aquatic tourism in Sri Lanka. Sail Lanka Charter is the first chartering company in the country, with a fleet of five boats in operation around the island, offering both short half-day cruises as well as longer 6-day cruise trips.
Sail Charter Lanka’s three-day and six-day trips in Jaffna are fast gaining in popularity amongst local and foreign tourists and offer an exciting new way to explore the northern coast.