If you want to go on vacation in Andhra Pradesh without an occasion, Vizag is an immediately memorable place. Steps are being taken to set up a floating restaurant in Visakhapatnam. The Bangladeshi ship, which was stranded on the beach next to Kailasagiri in Visakhapatnam, will be transformed into a floating restaurant and turned into another wonderful tourist destination. This was stated directly by Andhra Pradesh Tourism Minister Muthamsetti Srinivasa Rao. Gilmarine has set up a floating restaurant. Visitors will also be allowed on board from the 29th of this month. What a floating restaurant looks like .. A floating restaurant has two parts with an open top and an under roof. There are 200 people on top of the ship and 300 people inside. Gilmarine members said it would cost about Rs 10 crore to turn the ship into a floating restaurant. MV What is our ship ..? This is how the ship ‘MV Ma’ sank off the coast of Bangladesh to Visakhapatnam in October last year due to the onslaught of the cyclone. The port and coast guards made several attempts to send the ship back to Bangladesh, but to no avail and were left stranded off the coast of Visakhapatnam. The ship’s owner also did something or left the ship with valuable equipment on board. With this, the Andhra Pradesh state government has turned the ship into a floating restaurant in an attempt to attract tourists.