The most popular routes of Maldives
8days/7nights : Classic Central Route
This is always a popular itinerary with almost year round departures that delivers what it says on the itineray of Classic route - the Best of the Maldives! Dive the classic sites that made the Maldives so famous. Focusing on the hottest sites around Male & Ari atolls, there are plenty of pelagics, such as manta rays, eagle rays, different type of sharks and even whale sharks. Not to mention the famous night dive at Alimatha reef where you will dive with large number of massive nurse sharks and giant stingrays at night!
8days/7nights : Felidhoo - Mulaku Route
The Channel dives of the eastern coast of the Maldives are the main order of the cruise. These Kandus, as they are known in the local language, attract grey reef sharks, dog tooth tuna and eagle rays. In addition to manta rays, Meemu Atoll is home to dolphins, whale sharks, nurse sharks, grey reef sharks, mobulas, moray eels, groupers, Napoleon wrasses, eagle rays, and snappers. If you are lucky, look up to the surface frequently and you may even see a few sailfishes.
8days/7nights : Extreme Deep South Equator
Addu atoll has the only manta ray cleaning station in the Maldives where you can see reef mantas all year round. On top of that there lies the only World War wreck in the Maldives – British Loyalty from WWII. Fuvahmulah is where more oceanic manta rays and tiger sharks sightings are recorded than anywhere else in the Maldives. Other species of sharks that can be seen here are the thresher, whale sharks, silvertip sharks and schooling hammerheads. In Huvadhoo (Suvadiva) you can expect to encounter up to 300 grey reef sharks during the same dive in a few specific north east channels.
8days/7nights : Tiger Shark Expedition
This is a special expedition cruise with departures mainly from October to mid december that delivers the dream of most scuba divers - Dive with the Tiger shark at close distance! Focusing on 2 atolls by the equator, Addu and Fuvahmulah. There are plenty of oceanic pelagics, such as giant manta rays, eagle rays, tiger sharks, hammerhead sharks, thresher sharks and even a possibility of Oceanic sunfish.
All divers are obliged to bring along with you the dive logbook and dive certificate.
All divers must hold an adequate Diving Insurance for all itineraries of the Maldives.
The first dive is always a check-dive, which is compulsory for all divers.
Dives are always guided by experienced and qualified dive masters.
The use of a diving computer, Service Marker Buoy and torch (for night dive) is compulsory.
Diving equipment is kept on the accompanying dive vessel Dhoni. Oxygen, a DAN emergency case and a mobile phone are available on the Dhoni in case of emergency.
English/Italian/Spanish is the official language on board.
ONLY USD(New bank notes) and EURO are acceptable onboard.
Credit cards are NOT acceptable onboard.
Dive equipment rental (charges applicable) must be requested in advance.
Alcohol is prohibited to be brought into Maldives.
Check in: From 11:00 -13:00PM or 18:00PM till midnight
Check out: Latest 07:00AM
According to local regulations, no diving activity to be conducted within 24 hours before flight departure.
*Remarks: All itineraries depend on current conditions, time of year, weather, decision of captain and cruise director as well as guest preferences. We promised to do our best to bring you to the best sites possible on every dive when situation allowed.