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MALDIVIAN
REGALDIVE
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Liveaboards
The sheer scale and diversity of diving on offer
in the Maldives makes this destination just
Maldivian
perfect for liveaboard diving. The freedom to
move between atolls and follow seasonal
variations affords you the chance to dive the
best sites that each area has to offer throughout
Liveaboards
the year. Besides the spectacular diving, you
may have the opportunity to visit uninhabited
islands and experience traditional Maldivian life
Dive the length and breadth of the
beyond the reaches of everyday tourism.
A RANGE OF ITINERARIES
beautiful Maldivian atolls
Whether you are looking to visit the renowned and
established sites close to Male, or want to
discover remote atolls in newly charted waters,
Regaldive operate a range of liveaboard itineraries
so you can choose your ideal Maldivian diving
experience. Itineraries are flexible, and vary
according to the season and prevailing weather
conditions to ensure the best diving available. Our
Maldivian liveaboards are also available for full
boat charters. Each liveaboard is supported by a
‘dive dhoni’. All dives are conducted from the
dhoni, which also carries cylinders, equipment
and compressors.
ITINERARIES OUT OF MALE
Over the past thirty years, an incredible range of
world class dive sites have been charted in the
atolls surrounding the capital Male. M/Y Mariana,
Fathima and Ari Queen visit many of the Maldives’
best known dive sites whilst following a flexible
itinerary that takes account of local diving
conditions. Itineraries out of Male usually dive
sites in North Male, South Male, Ari, Felidhe, Baa
and Lhaviyani atolls. Itineraries will incorporate
some (but not all) of these areas over a typical
week’s diving.
SOUTHERN ITINERARIES
Based on Medhufushi island, Meemu atoll,
M/Y Sheena dives the rarely visited southern
atolls of Laamu, Thaa and Meemu atolls as well as
both North and South Nilande. Operated by
award winning Werner Lau, M/Y Sheena promises
to deliver world class diving in an area that is
remote, even to Maldivians.
NORTHERN ITINERARIES
Haa Alifu is the most northerly atoll in the
Maldives, with a sizeable local population and
virtually no tourism development. This is
adventurous and pioneering diving, characterised
by waters that are heavily populated with rays,
game fish and abundant corals. Regaldive’s
Haa Alifu itineraries are conducted from
M/Y Amba, one of the first liveaboards to operate
in these waters. This area will appeal to divers
looking to travel well beyond the tourist map and
experience some truly original diving. Access to
Haa Alifu is via Male and involves an internal
flight. Visit www.regaldive.co.uk for full details.
CRUISE AND STAY
Regaldive liveaboards are ideally combined with
an island resort before or after your stay on the
boat. The use of daily scheduled flights on Sri
Lankan and Emirates Airlines affords complete
flexibility to determine the duration of your
holiday. Twin centre islands stays can also be
arranged and quotes for Maldives flights on
charter airlines are also available.
OTHER LIVEABOARDS
AVAILABLE
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