Blue Shark One is 30 meters in length and perfect for individuals or private charters up to 18 persons. All 9 cabins are located on the lower deck and each accommodates two guests either in a double bedded cabin or twin bed cabin. All cabins are equipped with bathroom, air conditioner and a fan and the bathrooms are equipped with a shower, sink and toilet.

With three decks this liveaboard is the ideal size and offers plenty of space on board.
On the main deck you will find a big living and dining area. There is also plenty of outdoor area on the main and upper deck for guests to sunbathe or or just to relax after diving to enjoy drinks at the coffee Bar.

During your liveaboard trip you can learn about marine protection in the Maldives and also how to identify cartilaginous and elasmobranch family such as the Sharks and Mantas of the Maldives and classify certain types of fishes and how to locate them throughout the year based on their migration behavior - Nitrox is not available on this boat.

Blue Shark One - prices

Prices are per person and in USD based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.
Exact pricing is available on the schedule here as prices vary dependant on the time year, destination and the length of the trip and sometimes special offers are available.

The trip price includes:

group transfer airport Male
acommodation 1/2 double cabin
2-3 dives per day (not on arrival/departure day)
dive guide service (max. 8 divers/1guide)
tanks, weights
fullboard – breakfast, lunch and dinner
snacks
drinking water, Nescafe, tea
Barbecue on a desert island (depends on weather)
Local island visits

The trip price does not include:

Rental equipment
Dive Course
Internet
Alcohol, Softdrinks, Lavazza coffee
Green tax 6 USD per day
Crew Gratuity
Wifi

Nitrox is not available on Eco Blue

Discount:

Non divers receive 10% discount from the trip price.

Group Policy:

For a group of 6 paying guests, you will receive 1 space free of charge in a Standard cabin. (The 7th guest is free of charge)
For a group of 10 paying guests, you will receive 2 spaces free of charge (FOC) in the Standrad cabins.
For a group of 17 paying guests, you will receive 3 spaces free of charge (FOC) in the Standard cabins

Diving Equipment Rentals (USD) Per week
Regulator with octopus $ 70
Computer $ 50
BCD $ 70
Wetsuit (shorty 3mm) $ 40
Mask $ 30
Fins $ 30
Torch $ 40
15L tank $ 50
DAN insurance $20
WiFI 2gb $20
PADI Nitrox course $200
PADI Advanced $300

Terms and conditions:

Individual bookings:
Booking deposit:
30% of booking is required within 7 days of booking - non refundable
70 % is due to 90 days prior to departure - non refundable.
Balance due 90 days before your trip departure date - non-refundable.
Individual booking made less than 90 days before the departured ate are payable in full at the time of booking.
Cancellation at any stage involves forfeit of monies already payed.

Group charter:

Booking deposit:
10% - within 7 days of booking - non-refundable
Second deposit:
20% 180 days prior to departure - non-refundable
Balance due
90 days before departure - non-refundable

Blue Shark One - cabins

The total of 9 cabins are all located on the lower deck.
All cabins are equipped with a double and single bed. All have an individual controllable air conditioning and additional fan for a pleasant indoor climate to care. To ensure the highest possible comfort, the number of guests is a maximum of 18 limited.

To see photos of the cabins please visit the schedule and click on the cabin name to see the photos of each cabin, availability and price.

Blue Shark One - itinerary

Blue Shark One requires a minimum amount of dives or experience level for these itinararies
Central Atolls - min 30 dives as an Open water diver or Advanced Open water level recommended
South to Thaa - min 50 dives as Advanced Open water level
Deep South - min 75 dives as an Advanced Open water level.
North - min 30 dives as an Open water diver or Advanced Open water level

1.Central Atolls

Atolls: North Male, South Male, North Ari, South Ari, Vaavu, (Rasdhoo)
Number of dives: 16-17 dives / 6 diving days / 7 nights aboard
Best time to visit: All year round. Itineraries prepared and specific dive sites carefully chosen depending on the monsoon.
Type of dives: Spectacular channel-drift dives, wrecks, pinnacles, world-famous night dives.

Typical dive sites:

MALE ATOLL

Lankan Beyru (Manta Point) *
The outer reef of the Paradise Island resort, not far from the airport island. The main attraction of the site are manta rays coming to the cleaning station during the southwest monsoon. The divesite is relatively easy to access, with small currents and is very often considered as a good dive to start the week. The cleaning station itself is a large coral block covered with anemones and full of fish life. It is also very common to come across whitetip reef sharks, turtles and napoleons.

Rasfari Corner

Large and shallow plateau (3-5 meters) on the west side of the atoll, right next to the wide lagoon of Rasfari. It is covered with hard corals and hosts a cleaning station during the northeast monsoon. The most common way to do the dive here is to start on top of the reef, which is protected from the currents and after spending some time with the mantas continue the dive towards the wall that drops down to about 25 meters. The wall is nicely covered with hard corals, rich with fish life and popular with turtles.

SOUTH MALE ATOLL

Kandooma Thila
Definitely number one in the ranking of the best dive sites in South Male atoll. Long thila, located in the middle of the channel, offers spectacular conditions to observe grey reef sharks, whitetip reef sharks, eagle rays, big schools of jacks and snappers both with incoming and outgoing current. North side of the pinnacle is nicely covered with soft corals with the top of the reef being home to many reef fish and green turtles. Currents can be pretty strong so negative entry and fast descent is often required. Current hooks should be ready to use. Rasdhoo atoll

Rasdhoo Madivaru
Channel dive between Rasdhoo island and Madivaru offering a spectacular ridge facing the ocean to observe grey reef sharks, whitetip reef sharks, eagle rays and large dogtooth tunas. More pelagics are visible during strong incoming currents, the use of current hooks is advisable. The ridge dropping down to 50+ meters on the outside, expands to a sandy bottom inside the channel where it is common to see stingrays.
If dived during the first rays of the sun, with incoming current and a bit of luck it is possible to encounter hammerhead sharks. In this case the dive starts in the blue. Depending on the air consumption and no- deco time we continue the dive on the ridge and then drift into the channel.

NORTH ARI ATOLL

Maaya Thila
The thila (a pinnacle) is about 80 meters wide in diameter and is considered one of the best night dives in the Maldives. Top reef at 5 meters makes it easy to access even with strong currents. The upcurrent side is always very active and busy with fusiliers and snappers. Big jack fish, whitetip reef sharks, stingrays and moray eels can be spotted easily. Some overhangs around the thila provide shelter for turtles. Even though it has a reputation for a night dive it is also quite popular during the day. A few separated coral blocks south of the thila create a tunnel and are full of beautiful coral bushes. With the right current this is a place to spot grey reef sharks as well.

Fish Head
One of the major attractions of the atoll, cannot be missed. Due to its exposure to the currents it offers rich presence of fauna and flora. Big schools of jacks and fusiliers on the upcurrent side as well as difficult to count amount of blue striped snappers hiding from strong currents inside the overhangs all around the thila are the highlights of the place. It is also popular with grey reef sharks, schools of barracudas and dogtooth tunas in the blue as well as turtles and moray eels on the top reef. With strong currents negative entry is recommended and current hooks should be ready to use.

Bathalaamaagaa Kanthila
Long coral ridge in the middle of a channel, extended from the outer reef and sloping gradually down to 25 meters and deeper offering good conditions for observing grey reef sharks, whitetip reef sharks, eagle rays and napoleons as well as schools of jacks and fusiliers. The dive site is active during both incoming and outgoing currents but might be more challenging during outgoing currents of northeast monsoon. Negative entry required and divers are recommended to hide below the depth of the top reef to to protect from the current. Current hooks strongly recommended.

SOUTH ARI ATOLL

Moofushi Kandu (Manta Point)
Drift dive with a chance to spot manta rays hovering over the cleaning station at the depth of around 14 to 25 meters. If mantas are spotted it is recommended to use current hooks and stay around the cleaning station for a longer time. The dive site is quite popular during the northeast monsoon and sometimes might be overcrowded with divers. Whitetip reef sharks are common visitors around the deeper part of the cleaning station with blue striped snappers and fusiliers being permanent residents.

Kudarah Thila
The thila is a part of Marine Protected Area and is often considered the most beautiful site of the atoll with exceptional diving conditions. Overhangs rich in sea fans and the top reef nicely covered with healthy soft corals are the highlights. It is also known for big schools of blue striped and midnight snappers, fusiliers and jacks. It is worth to have a torch and look inside small caves where often you will find big groupers hiding. The water entry might be challenging due to its exposure to strong currents and with the top reef at 15 meters negative entry is recommended. The use of current hooks might be required if the current is strong.

Kudhimaa Wreck
50 Meters long cargo ship lying on a sandy bottom at around 30 meters depth, right next to a resort island called Machchafushi. It was sunk in 1998 and already offers good coral growth and a large variety of species living on it. Nurse sharks, batfish, stone fish, lion fish and moray eels are permanent residents and can be spotted around the wreck. There are a few entrances allowing to penetrate the cargo hall as well as the wheelhouse. The site is nicely protected from the current so the only concern will be no-deco time as you will spend most of the time below 20 meters.

Maamigili Beyru (Whaleshark search)
Located on the southern tip of Ari atoll within the Marine Protected Area of South Ari atoll. Shallow and very easy dive which might turn into a very exciting one as it is known as the best location in the Maldives for spotting the biggest fish in the world. Whale sharks can be seen cruising along the reef all year round. Most of the boats look for them from the surface. Once spotted, divers enter the water, go down and start swimming along with them. The code of conduct for whale shark encounters must be followed and is always discussed during the briefing.

VAAVU ATOLL

Miyaru Kandu
One of the channel dives that you don’t want to miss. With strong incoming current the list of possible encounters is impressive. Mainly grey reef sharks but also whitetip reef sharks, eagle rays, napoleons and tunas are quite common and with the visibility reaching 40 meters during the northeast monsoon it can be the highlight of the trip. Outgoing current offer worse visibility but the sharks are still there. The site is not recommended for beginners, negative entry is often required and current hook is a must to avoid causing unnecessary damage to the reef. Most o the time you will spend at the depth of 26 to 30 meters so checking air and no-deco time more often is strongly recommended.

Alimatha House Reef
Located on the south side of Alimatha island resort and considered one of the best night dives in the Maldives, being often a victim of its success and resulting in overcrowding of divers. Every night there is a show performed by a big number of nurse sharks, stingrays and massive jacks. Maximum depth will not exceed 15 meters and most of the time you will be kneeling on a sandy bottom waiting for the sharks to come closer. Definitely not to be missed.

2. Baa Atoll incl. Hanifaru Bay

Atolls: North Male, Baa, Raa or Lhaviyani / North Ari Atoll
Exact routing depends on the weather! We will choose the best routing!
Duration: 7 Nights
Number of Dives: 16-17 dives
Start/End Port: Male/Male

Hanifaru Bay – Baa Atoll
Hanifaru Bay is a sanctuary for people who love snorkeling with manta rays and whale sharks. This UNESCO biosphere reserve in the Maldives is legally designated as a Marine Protected Area. There are strict regulations are in place to protect and preserve this amazing wonder. The whale shark season is from May to December. In this period, planktons gets trapped in the funnel-like reef and concentration of planktons attracts whale sharks and schools of manta rays. At any time there could be over a hundred mantas and several whale sharks feeding off the coral reef. This is the world’s largest feeding station known to exist.
At Hanifaru Bay you can do snorkeling, diving is not permitted any more. At some point whale sharks and manta population in Hanifaru Bay went to a drastic drop. The creatures might have been disturbed by human intervention. Hence, the regulations are important to keep this amazing wonder preserved.

3. North and Central Atolls

Start/End:
Where: North Male, Baa, Raa, Lhaviyani, Noonu and North Ari Atoll
Exact routing depends on the weather! We will choose the best routing!
Duration: 10/11 Nights
Number of Dives: 2-3 dives per day

Hanifaru Bay – Baa Atoll
Hanifaru Bay is a sanctuary for people who love snorkeling with manta rays and whale sharks. This UNESCO biosphere reserve in the Maldives is legally designated as a Marine Protected Area. There are strict regulations are in place to protect and preserve this amazing wonder. The whale shark season is from May to December. In this period, planktons gets trapped in the funnel-like reef and concentration of planktons attracts whale sharks and schools of manta rays. At any time there could be over a hundred mantas and several whale sharks feeding off the coral reef. This is the world’s largest feeding station known to exist.
At Hanifaru Bay you can do snorkeling, diving is not permitted any more. At some point whale sharks and manta population in Hanifaru Bay went to a drastic drop. The creatures might have been disturbed by human intervention. Hence, the regulations are important to keep this amazing wonder preserved.

4. South to Thaa Atoll 7 to 11 Nights

Number of dives: 2-3 dives per day
Where: North Male, South Male, Vaavu, Meemu, Thaa
Who: Advanced divers with minimum 50+ dives. Experience with drift dives required. Nitrox recommended! Type of dives: Mostly channel dives. Sites exposed to strong or very strong currents.

Typical dive sites:

South Male Atoll

Kandooma Thila ***
Definitely number one in the ranking of the best dive sites in South Male atoll. Long thila, located in the middle of the channel, offers spectacular conditions to observe grey reef sharks, whitetip reef sharks, eagle rays, big schools of jacks and snappers both with incoming and outgoing current. North side of the pinnacle is nicely covered with soft corals with the top of the reef being home to many reef fish and green turtles. Currents can be pretty strong so negative entry and fast descent is often required. Current hooks should be ready to use.

Vaavu Atoll

Miyaru Kandu ***
One of the channel dives that you don’t want to miss. With strong incoming current the list of possible encounters is impressive. Mainly grey reef sharks but also whitetip reef sharks, eagle rays, napoleons and tunas are quite common and with the visibility reaching 40 meters during the northeast monsoon it can be the highlight of the trip. Outgoing current offer worse visibility but the sharks are still there. The site is not recommended for beginners, negative entry is often required and current hook is a must to avoid causing unnecessary damage to the reef. Most of the time you will spend at the depth of 26 to 30 meters so checking air and no-deco time more often is strongly recommended.

Alimatha House Reef **
Located on the south side of Alimatha island resort and considered one of the best night dives in the Maldives, being often a victim of its success and resulting in overcrowding of divers. Every night there is a show performed by a big number of nurse sharks, stingrays and massive jacks. Maximum depth will not exceed 15 meters and most of the time you will be kneeling on a sandy bottom waiting for the sharks to come closer. Definitely not to be missed.

Meemu Atoll

Muli Corner **
The reef is known as home to a lot of sharks during incoming currents but it also welcomes manta rays on a large cleaning station during outgoing current. Entering the water with empty BCD and not wasting time on the surface is often recommended, specially with strong currents.

Thaa Atoll

Whaleshark point *
There is no specific place where diving would guarantee an encounter with a whale shark but the common practice is to use a strong light in the evening at the back platform of the boat to attract the zooplanktons which will further attract the whale sharks. Scuba diving while having the shark at the back of the boat is rather discouraged as the bubbles may disperse the mass of the plankton. The best experience is to grab a mask, fins and gently enter the water on the side of the boat, not to scare the whale shark away and then enjoy the view while snorkeling. Sometimes the whale shark will stay for hours, more than one visitor is also possible. Instructions given by the dive guides have to be followed and a code of conduct must be respected by all snorkelers to enjoy the moment to the fullest.

Blue Shark One - specs

Year built:2002
Length:30m
Beam:9m
Top speed:12 knots
Cruising speed:10 knots
Max guests:18
Number of cabins:9
Number of bathrooms:9
Tenders:1 dhoni diving
Water capacity:6000 liters
Fuel capacity:10 tons
Freshwater maker:6 tons per day
AirCon in each room

Bars

3 decks
Lavazza Coffee Bar

Blue Shark One - diving

The Maldives offer the best that diving and snorkelling has to offer, Manta rays are guaranteed on pretty much every trip and there are a myriad of sites where you can see these beautiful creatures of the sea.
All of our liveaboards will do the best to give you the best experience possible dependant on the current conditions on the date of your trip and our boats are liveaboards for people enthusiastic or serious about their diving but also welcome snorkellers and non-divers who will have their own separate itinerary.
One of the highlights of any Maldives safari is the possibility to see one of the gentle giants of the ocean. Whale sharks are unusually common in the Maldives and are seen nearly year round in some areas and all our liveaboards will do their utmost to give you this chance encounter of a lifetime.
Diving from a liveaboard in the Maldives is without doubt one of the cheapest and easier ways to experience the best that the Maldives has to offer and these are, in our opinion, the best liveaboards in the area in terms of value for money, comfort and quality of service.

Maldives dive sites

Ari Atoll - Some of the popular dive sites

Kudarah Thila

Type of dive: Reef dive
Description: One of the best dive sites for soft coral and fish life.
The marine life here is so abundant, that the divers have named it ‘fish soup’. The thila is in a circular shape and can be covered in a single dive at different depths, if the current is not very strong.

Maaysa Thila

Type of dive: Reef dive / Night dive
Description: The thila is about 80mters in diameter.

The whole thila can be done at different depths in a single dive. There are manycaves and overhangs around the thila. The large rocks on the north eastern side have large black coral trees growing on them. The site is famous for the sharks and a great barracuda which reside here. The site can be dived at any time of the day, each with different activity going on the reef. The best chance to get close to these creatures is at night time, when they are hunting. You will see sharks, barracudas, rays and eels trying to grab a morsel.

Bathala Maaga Kanthila

Type of dive: Drift dive
Description: The northern tip of Magaa reef extends into Bathalaa Kandu and is home to a number of grey reef sharks and white-tip reef sharks. They can be seen patrolling along the reef looking for food.

Maalhos Thila (Blue Curves)

Type of dive: Drift dive / Reef dive
Description: The thila is known for the abundance of soft coral growth on the thila, particularly the blue/violet colored variety that grows on the ceiling of the caves and overhangs, thus the name ‘blue caves’. In addition a large variety of fish life can be observed here.

Rasdhoo Madivaru

Type of dive: Drift dive / Channel dive
Description: The reef on the southern side of Rasdhoo drops vertically to the ocean depths. The site is home to a school of Scalloped Hammerhead sharks (sphyrna lewini). In the early hours of the morning they rise from the deep waters off the atoll into the shallower depths, accessible to divers.

South Male Atoll - some of the more popular dive sites

Guraidhoo Kandu South

Type of dive: Drift dive / channel dive
Description: Since the eastern side of the channel is Open Ocean, large predatory fish can regularly be spotted here. This site is famous for sightings of sharks, schools of eagle rays and the occasional Sail fish and Hammerheads. The best condition to do the dive is when the current is flowing into the Atoll. The dive begins on the outer reef following the current into the atoll. Most of the pelagic species can be observed on the eastern side, where the reef drops off into the deep ocean. At the end of the dive in the channel, along the reef you can find overhangs with plenty of soft coral growth and small fish.

Kandooma Thila

Type of dive: Drift dive / reef dive
Description: Located in a channel, the reef is subject to strong currents at times. The ocean currents carry lot of nutrients to the reef, supporting an abundance of sea life. The site is well renowned for the soft coral growth, turtles, diverse fish life and invertebrates found on the reef. At the reef slope you may find sharks and eagle rays.

Embudu Kandu (Express)

Type of dive: Drift dive / channel dive.
Description: Similar to Guraidhoo Kandu, but more sharks are likely to be spotted here. The currents can be very strong at times. The stronger the current however the better chance of seeing sharks. Under the guidance of an experienced dive guide, the dive can be managed done easily.

Blue Shark One - faqs

Where is the pick up for the boat? Will I be met when I arrive?

Guests arriving at Male Airport on the check-in day will be met by the boat representative. You can see him holding an Eco Pro Divers Maldives sign at 12 pm (earliest check in) in front of the arrivals exit door. Later arrivals will be collected directly at the respective flight times.

When is the check out time?

Check out time is at 7am on departure day. The boat will arrange transfer back to airport from boat between 7am and 9am.
Latest check out is at 9am. If you need a late check out, there will be an extra transfer fee at 15 USD per person.

Is Internet available onboard?

Our boat is equipped with Wi-Fi and internet is available when a mobile signal is present normally only nearby or in port. This service is for limited internet browsing and to connect with communication applications.
We offer 2GB for US$20. Signal strength can vary which may result in intermittent and/or slow connections.
This service is dependent on the local mobile provider.

Can I buy a local phone card?

Phone cards are available for sale at the airport. They are gprs enabled so you can pick your email on your phone nearly anywhere on the trip at very reasonable rates. Please make sure you tell you guest rep that you want one before you leave the airport.
The SIM card could be useful in case you would like to make calls.
SIM card normally costs USD 3.
Data plan: USD 20 (up to 4 GB)

Blue Shark One - schedule

CENTRAL ATOLLS - Special offer $300 off, down to $1,399 per person
16 spaces available
21 Jul 19
embark: 
Male
28 Jul 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,399 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS - Special offer $300 off, down to $1,399 per person
14 spaces available
28 Jul 19
embark: 
Male
04 Aug 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,399 USD
14 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS - Special offer $300 off, down to $1,399 per person
16 spaces available
04 Aug 19
embark: 
Male
11 Aug 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,399 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS - Special offer $300 off, down to $1,399 per person
16 spaces available
11 Aug 19
embark: 
Male
18 Aug 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,399 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS - Special offer $300 off, down to $1,399 per person
16 spaces available
22 Sep 19
embark: 
Male
29 Sep 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,399 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS
16 spaces available
29 Sep 19
embark: 
Male
06 Oct 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,699 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS
16 spaces available
13 Oct 19
embark: 
Male
20 Oct 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,699 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS
16 spaces available
20 Oct 19
embark: 
Male
27 Oct 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,699 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS
16 spaces available
03 Nov 19
embark: 
Male
10 Nov 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,799 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
BEST OF MALDIVES 14 nights
15 spaces available
10 Nov 19
embark: 
Male
24 Nov 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
3,199 USD
15 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
84.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
CENTRAL ATOLLS
16 spaces available
24 Nov 19
embark: 
Male
01 Dec 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,799 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
42.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
SOUTH TO THAA
16 spaces available
01 Dec 19
embark: 
Male
11 Dec 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
1,570 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
60.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
SOUTH TO THAA
16 spaces available
11 Dec 19
embark: 
Male
22 Dec 19
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
2,827 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
66.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?
BEST OF MALDIVES 14 nights
16 spaces available
22 Dec 19
embark: 
Male
05 Jan 20
disembark: 
Male
embark:
Male
disembark:
Male
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Standard 
3,598 USD
16 spaces

Mandatory extra charges per person

Green tax
USD
84.-
Booking Request
Whats Included?