Liveaboards in Maldives

Liveaboards in Maldives

The Maldives are great for both beginners and experienced divers alike. Their incredible biodiversity is unparalleled, and you’re sure to see plenty of sharks, caves, caverns, reefs, sponges, and coral. Many large aquatic animals call the Maldives home, and the channels attract a whole different variety of sea creatures.

Departing Male, Republic of Maldives, the motor vessel Carpe Vita Explorer accommodates 20 passengers in 10 air conditioned cabins. Seven and ten night itineraries ply the waters between atolls while diving on spectacular seamounts. All of the diving is done from the Dhoni where dive equipment remains set up for the entire cruise. All of the diving in the Maldives are 100 feet deep or less.

MV Virgo is part of the “Constellation Fleet” – a guarantee for professional cruise management and safe diving. 105 feet long and 30 feet wide, with 15 berths over eight en-suite guest rooms. The Maldives is warm and fascinating, and provides rich marine life with coral reefs teaming with activity, visited by schools of fish and playful dolphins. With 26 atolls consisting of outer and inner reefs, The Maldives is one of the most diverse scuba diving destinations in the world.

Paradise on earth is partial without its underwater realm, which makes the Maldives one of the most appealing dive destinations in the world. Warm and fascinating and sharing rich marine life with coral reefs teeming with activity, visited by schools of fish and playful dolphins. With 26 atolls consisting of outer and inner reefs, the Maldives is one of the most diverse scuba diving destinations in the world. Amazing channel dives draw animals from the deep, which will leave you spellbound.

The Emperor Serenity is a contemporary spacious liveaboard that offers large comfortable cabins and plenty of space to spread out between dives.

This 35 meter liveaboard is sure to make your diving trip to the Maldives memorable. With plenty of space she accommodates 24 divers with 12 beautiful cabins. Diving is done from a large 20 meter dhoni tender making it easy to get you to and from the dive sites. The Leo also offers free nitrox for its divers. You don’t want to miss out!