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first_imgan arrangement with PRNewswire. PTI takes no editorial responsibility for the same.) Champions Yacht Club Introduces Cruises From Vijayawada to Amravati and Floating Cottages at Bhavani Island PANAJI and VIJAYAWADA, India, September 23, 2015/ PRNewswire/ –Champions Yacht Club today announced the launch of cruises from Vijayawada to Amravati and state-of-the-art floating cottages project along with numerous water sports and adventure sports at Bhavani Island [http://www.championsyachtclub.com/VJA.php ], Vijayawada. It is a complete holiday package for all types of travelers who want to explore Andhra Pradesh and its rich natural wonders. Cruises from Vijayawada to capital city Amravati, new age floating cottages and numerous water and adventure sports options like in Sentosa Island, Singapore are being introduced. These have been designed with international specifications in mind and provide the users with fun and enjoyment with utmost regard to safety precautions. Hema Malini Nidamanuri, Director, Champions Yacht Club, said, “We are enabling the vast inland waterways and coastal belt of Andhra Pradesh, which has numerous islands, water bodies and 950 km sea coast. Champions Yacht Club has been a leading pioneer in the country on waterfront initiatives with previous waterfront projects like Champions Yacht Club, Goa [http://www.championsyachtclub.com ] and other island projects like Champions Island, Goa [http://www.championsisland.com ]. AP has vast potential. We want to bring AP into the tourism bracket and introduce travelers to the unique experiences that have been hidden for long.” Speaking at the occasion, launching AP tourism mission, Chief Minister Chandra Babu Naidu said, “Creating infrastructure is not an easy task. Since government cant invest in this, we take private investors to create the wealth. Tourism projects create the highest volume of employment.” MORE PRNewswire PS PSadvertisementlast_img read more