It’s fair to say that diving in the Maldives has something for everyone, with a variety of kandus and thilas where sightings of reef sharks, manta and even whale sharks can be considered commonplace. Throw in some of the best night diving, with hunting nurse sharks and huge rays, some of the most amazing corals in the Indian Ocean and impressive smaller creatures such as leaf fish and ghost pipefish and you have the perfect mix.
Diving can range from exhilarating passes to submerged pinnacles and sheltered atolls so there really is something for everyone in these tropical turquoise jewels. Currents are the norm in many spots in the Maldives so it is recommended that divers have experience beyond beginner level to ensure maximum enjoyment. Submerged pinnacles, or thilas, in clear blue water offer the chance for larger pelagics, while there are relaxing drift dives along the outer walls of the atoll for those who love to see coral covered vistas.
The 37-meter steel hulled Maldives Master was completely refurbished in 2015 and can welcome up to 26 guest on board. Specifically laid-out so guest can spend their holidays aboard in complete relaxation and benefiting from the separate tender and the largest diving dhoni in the area, there is more than ample space on the Maldives Master for guest to sit back and enjoy their diving cruise. A generous outdoor dining area, bar and sky lounge, and even a Jacuzzi make for a luxurious stay on board.
Sat 15 Sept 18Perth | Singapore | Male
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