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Diving Holidays in the Maldives

December 28, 2010 Posted by admin

The other great thing about diving holidays in the Maldives is that they can be enjoyed year-round. There are several Maldives diving season. The best time to enjoy Maldives scuba diving holidays is between December and March, when the diving in maldives weather is at its driest and the visibility at its best. Diving holidays February is probably the best month of all to enjoy Maldives diving trips, but since most of us don’t have the luxury to enjoy holidays in the month of February, Christmas diving holidays are a great idea and you might even see Santa Claus diving! Imagine enjoying the glorious sunshine and crystalline waters of the Maldives while your friends and family back home are shoveling snow! If you can’t manage a trip at Christmas to visit scuba diving santa and you don’t have a chance to experience the best scuba diving in February, you can enjoy liveaboard diving holidays every scuba diving holidays month of the year. When you go on a Maldives liveaboard diving safari, the experienced crew will know the best diving sites according to the time of year, and they will make sure you get the Maldives best diving experience possible for the time of year that you visit.

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December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

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Whale Shark appearance today on Theia – Maldives diving liveaboard

December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

Every diver dreams about this moment: Whale Shark appearance during a dive!!! This happens one hour ago during a 10 nights liveaboard dive trip with Theia, one of the best liveaboard dive boats in Maldives. The boat is at present in Ari Atoll, coming from North Male via Rhasdhoo Atoll with a bunch of excellent dives on the way. See yourself:

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Whale Shark appearance today outside Kudadhoo Island, South Ari Atoll, Maldives

Monday 6th Dec 2010:
2nd dive:
Under extreme condition ( heavy rain and rough) maldives diving liveaboard Theia reports Whale Shark appearance outside Kudadhoo Island!!!! + Mobula + Manta Ray + Eagle Ray and  Sting Ray during the dive, yeeepeeeee!

1st dive: Thinfushi Ethere Thila – is a stunning thila between 8 to 25 meters featuring caves with sea fans and soft corals. Fish life is abundant and coral growth is excellent. The thila has one of the most spectacular display of sea fans to be found anywhere in the atoll. Along the walls of and inside the caves are large, healt…hy sea fans – an indication of the strength of the current flowing in and out of this channel.

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Seafan Thinfushi Ethere Thila, Ari Atoll, Maldives

 

Sunday Dec 5th 2010:
‎3th dive:
 Kuda Thila
2nd dive : Kudhi Maa Wreck
1st dive: Dhigaa Thila repeated

Saturday Dec 4th 2010:
3rd dive
 at Dhigaa Thila
2nd dive: Makaru Thila - Poor visibility but more than 15 Gray Reef Sharks and loads of White Tip Sharks.

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Grey Reef Sharks at Makaru Thila. Ari Atoll, Maldives

 

1st dive: Miyaru Ga Thila - White tip Sharks, Octopus and Barracuda

 

Friday Dec 3th 2010: 100% dedicated to shark dive
4th dive at Maaya Thila (night)
3rd dive at Maaya Thila 

2nd dive at Bathalaa Maaga Kan Thila: Poor visibility but lots of Gray Reef sharks

1st dive: Early morning Hammer Head dive at Rasdhoo Madivaru - no Hammerheads this morning…


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Maldives Diving Liveaboard Theia starts for a 10 night cruise – scuba diving in the maldives at it`s best

December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

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Theia – one of the most comfortable scuba diving liveaboard maldives

Maldives Dive Travel reports about this cruise day by day. Until now we have report from 3 diving days while the ship is set to sail direction Rasdhoo Atoll – maybe Hammerhead Sharks are waiting in Madivaaru….

Theia  started for a 10 night scuba diving safari this Monday afternoon with ten international scuba divers on board, mainly from UK and Danmark, spending their  maldives diving holidays on board Theia.
The orientation dive was done at Back Faru, a long outer reef – it`s a nice drift dive with a gentle current.

The 2nd dive was Nassimo Thila, The water in the ocean is warm – 29° Celsius ( about 84° F) – and fish life is just amazing.
3th dive was Lankan Manta Point with only two Manta Rays this time.

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Two Manta Rays at Lankan Manta Point Dec 1st 2010

 

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Napoleon – a common fish found in Maldives

1st dive in morning was again Lankan Manta Point, to give it a further tray to see Manta Rays in Maldives.

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masses of fish at HP Reef in North Male Atoll

2nd dive was HP Reef, one of the best dive in the Maldives (01st Dec): with mild out going current: Eagle rays, Napoleon, Big eye travallies
3th dive in afternoon was Boduhithi Thila (01st Dec): Gray Reef shark, White tip sharks, Eagle Ray, Napoleon and Turtle
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Grey Reef Sharks at Boduhiti Thila – North Male Atoll

1st dive Dec 2. is Rasfaree in North Male Atoll

2nd dive is Voshimas Thila, and now – Theia is off to Rasdhoo atoll, heading Madviaru.

We will report again tomorrow what diving happens on Theia liveaboard in Rasdhoo Atoll, Maldives.

 


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Ten Reasons to Love Liveaboard Diving Cruises in the Maldives

December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

Going diving in the Maldives is one of those experiences in life that stays with you long after you’ve left the country’s pristine islands, swaying palm trees and crystal-clear waters behind. One of the top destination of choice for divers from all over the world, this tiny Indian-Ocean Republic is made up of more than a thousand tropical islands crowning an intricate network of coral reefs, which spreads over some 900,000 square kilometers. Just beneath the water’s surface lie some of the planet’s best dive sites; home to an incredible variety of marine species. With stable politics, white sandy beaches, a balmy climate and friendly people the country’s overwater charms are also second to none.

In other words, choosing the Maldives as a diving destination is a no-brainer. But choosing between land-based or liveaboard diving can leave even the most seasoned scuba diver confused. Here is our guide to what makes liveaboard diving in the Maldives a firm favorite of the international dive community.

  1. Mobility

    First things first: because they are mobile, liveaboards offer a level of freedom and ease that is unmatched by other kinds of diving in the Maldives. Imagine arriving at Male International Airport and, instead of facing a long transfer to a far-flung island, being personally welcomed and swiftly taken to your boat, which is already anchoring nearby. Then, imagine spending your days being chauffeured between the best dive sites in the Maldives, enjoying top notch onboard service and cuisine, visiting local islands and watching the exotic scenery pass by as you relax on deck.

  2. Variety

    Because of their unique geography, the Maldives are blessed with innumerable world-class dive sites, many of which are yet to be discovered. In terms of offering easy access to as many of the best diving sites in the Maldives as possible, liveaboard cruises are simply unbeatable: no long transfers, no bumpy speed boat rides. Whichever direction your route takes, at the end of the trip your logbook is sure to feature plenty of stunning, and in some cases legendary, dive sites.

  3. Big Fish

    One of the main reasons the Maldives are so popular with divers is their abundance of large marine animals. After all, whale sharks, manta rays and various kinds of reef sharks are among the common fish of the Maldives. Encountering one of these giants of the ocean is a riveting experience, not unlike seeing an elephant or a lion in the wild, which is why liveaboard cruises also often referred to as “safaris”.

  4. Adventure

    Overall, boat holidays in the Maldives offer an irresistible sense of adventure. As the boat makes its way through the atolls, it often stops off at local fishing villages, anchors near uninhabited islands and crosses channels between atolls. Scuba diving cruises allow you to discover several atolls, meet locals and discover authentic Maldivian culture in a relaxed way. Not to forget that, on many liveaboards in the Maldives, you can spend your time between dives doing other exciting water sports such as water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, fishing and canoeing.

  5. Friendly Atmosphere

    Whether you are a single traveler, on your honeymoon or coming with a bunch of friends, liveaboard cruises offer a wonderfully relaxed, flexible and social way to enjoy the best diving in the Maldives. Comfortable communal spaces offer plenty of opportunities to make friends and swap diving experiences over dinner, while the spacious layout of our ships allows you to find your favorite spot to read a book or watch the sunset.

  6. Affordability

    With the wide spread of luxury hotels and high-end services, the cost of scuba diving in the Maldives can be prohibitive. Though luxury liveaboards offer a superb level of services and facilities, prices are well below those of an island holiday. Also, package prices for cheap diving holidays in the Maldives tend to include numerous extras such as airport transfers, dive transfers, meals plus snacks and select beverages, island visits, sports activities and so on.

  7. Conquering an Uninhabited Island

    Most safari boat excursions in the Maldives include free visits to uninhabited islands and, if the weather allows it, dinner is served on the beach. Having an island (almost) all to yourself is an unforgettable experience: once you land on the island and venture away from the shore, you might well come across a variety of exotic birds, flowers and butterflies. On a few islands, you can even find remains of old settlements and temples.

  8. No Heavy Lifting, No Mosquitoes

    As mentioned at the beginning, diving from a liveaboard in the Maldives is easy. During the trip, there is no need to carry back and forth diving equipment, because all diving equipment is stowed directly on the “Dive Dhoni”, a refitted traditional Maldivian fishing boat, which acts as a floating dive base and accompanies the mother ship. Another great aspect of liveaboard diving in the Maldives is that, because there is usually a refreshing breeze and the ships anchor at a certain distance from the nearest island, you don’t need to worry about mosquito bites.

  9. Sleeping Under the Stars

    For many, no diving safari in the Maldives is complete without spending at least one night on deck. The stars over this part of the world are simply breathtaking and it is not unusual to see several shooting stars before being gently rocked to sleep by the waves.

  10. No Shoes, No News

    This famous holiday mantra is often heard on dive safari boats in the Maldives. If you want to completely switch off and get away from it all, there is no better place for it than a Maldivian liveaboard.

Contact Gundi or Barbara to book your next Maldives dream holiday!


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Scuba Dive Cruise Report from Maldives Diving Liveaboard MV ORION

December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

This scuba dive cruise report, made on board MV Orion between the 15th and 26th November 2010 may give you a taste about famous dive sites Maldives and diving from a liveaboard in Maldives.

Diving starts in the early morning and makes your breakfast on board after the dive extremly tasty. After having a rest on board, the second dive starts before lunch - maybe whale shark watching in ari atoll? Dive number three is usually offered in the afternoon, in between the dives you have plenty of time to enjoy the comfort on maldives diving liveaboard MV Orion, one of the best Maldives dive safari boat. This is the latest scuba dive cruise report:

16/11 – Kurumba HR (N.MALE) – White tips, eagle ray`s
             - Lankan Manta Point (N.MALE) – 3 manta ray`s on cleaning station. 2 hawkbills

17/11 – Rasdhoo Blue (RASDHOO) – 17 hammerheads @ 28m. 1 swam around whole group.
                Oceanic eagle ray
              - Rasdhoo Madivaru (RASDHOO) – white tip shark`s, jacks, trevallys, napoleon, 5 grey reef
                shark
`s @ corner
              - Gangehi Beyru (N.ARI) – after snorkelling with manta ray`s. tunas, napleon, white tip shark`s

18/11  - Miyaruga Thila (N.ARI) – 3 grey reef shark`s, juvenile white tips, bat fish, trevally…
              - Hafusha Thila (N.ARI) – aquarium dive no current. lots of white tip shark`s, trevally,
                juvenile eagle ray swam with us  for nealy 10mins
              - Maaya Thila (N.ARI) – 3 grey reef shark`s, white tip sharks`s, turtle`s, sting ray
              – Maaya Thila (N.ARI) - nite dive: sting ray directly under boat, hunting moray`s, white tips,
                1 juvenile grey reef shark, turtle`s

19/11  - Fish Head (N.ARI) - Jacks, trevallys, turtles, sting ray, 2 grey reef shark`s
              - Dega Thila (S.ARI) – yellow paper scorpion fish, jacks, trevallys, turtle, bat fish, white tip sahrk
              – Radhdhiggaa Thila (S.ARI) – baracudas, white tips, bat fish, tunas, nudibranch`es, flatworms…

20/11  – Machchafushi Wreck (S.ARI) – guitar shark @ 30m, sting ray`s, bat fish
              – Snorkeling with whale sharks @ Maamigili Beyru – check out the Video
              - Holiday Island (S.ARI) – 1 whale shark, 25mobulae, turtle`s, white tip shark`s
              – Ariyadhoo Beyru (S.ARI) – snappers, sweetlips, napoleon

21/11  - 5 Rocks (S.ARI) – strong current, crossed from main reef. big napoleon, giant baracuda,
                tunas, white tip shark`s..
              - Kuda Giri Wreck (S.MALE) – brown paper scorpionfish, jacks, trevallys, tunas, nudibranches
                Traveling back to Male….

23/11  - Lankan Manta Point (N.MALE) – 6 manta ray`s on cleaning station, plus another 7 around station.
              – Feydhoo Finolhu (N.MALE) – nice wall dive, drift dive. green sea turtle
              – Maaya Thila (N.ARI) - lots of white tip shark`s hunting on top reef, along with 2 giant morays
                 fighting each other. Black spotted sting ray on top reef. 2 Hawksbill turtle`s and a cuttlefish

24/11  - Hafusha Thila (N.ARI) – Straight down to top reef, 6 adult grey reef shark`s, 1 pregnant, and
                1 juvenile grey reef shark, white tip shark`s, dog tooth tunas
              – Fesdu Wreck (N.ARI) – garden eels, nudibranch`es, white tip
              – Fish Head (N.ARI) - 5 grey reef shark`s with 4 white tip shark`s and 2 napoleon`s with hawksbill. lots of trevally
                and giant trevally, some sting ray`s in overhangs. end of dive 2 grey reef shark`s on top reef.
25/1 1 – Omadhoo Thila (S.ARI) – tunas, red snappers, sweetlips, soft corals
              - Black Coral (S.ARI) – turtle, sting ray, moray eal`s, black coral bushes, juvenile white tip shark`s
              - Dega Thila (S.ARI) – sting ray`s, overhangs, trevally, no leaf fish

26/11  - Radhdhiggaa Thila (S.ARI) – grey reef shark`s, soft corals, sea fans, trevally…
              - Snorkelling with 2 whale sharkscheck out the Video
              - Maamigili Beyru (S.ARI) – 1 whale shark on the dive!
              – Kudarah Thila (S.ARI) - short headed anemone shrimps, blue stripped snapper`s,
                seafan`s, soft corals

sounds good?

This could be your scuba diving holidays in maldives. See more details about the comfortable maldives diving liveaboard MV Orion here … We are happy to be at your service in case you have more questions or if you want to place your booking for your scuba dive cruise in Maldives.


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Your Maldives vacation package: Stay seven nights and pay only for five nights on the brand new MV Orion Maldives

December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

MV Orion is one of the best Maldives liveaboards and offers a sensational last minute price for maldives diving holidays.

seven nights on board for the price of five nights
only US $ 1,495  per person

Orion Your Maldives vacation package: Stay seven nights and pay only for five nights on the brand new MV Orion Maldives

MV Orion is brand new – Nitrox free of charge on board

The MV Orion is a brand new, luxurious super cruiser eager to chaperone guests to some of the Maldives most alluring dive sites. When on board, guests can enjoy a library, bar, jacuzzi and top of the line massage services. Nitrox, all dives and full board accommodation are included in the package price.

Orion private deck Your Maldives vacation package: Stay seven nights and pay only for five nights on the brand new MV Orion Maldives

MV Orion Maldives private deck for the Executive Suite

Stay seven and pay only five nights is valid for all bookings from 19 Nov 2010 for the following cruise dates:

29 Nov  – 6 Dec 2010
6 – 13 Dec 2010
13 – 20 Dec 2010
3 – 10 Jan 2011
10 – 17 Jan 2011
17 – 24 Jan 2011
24 – 31 Jan 2011

only US $ 1,495  per person

Orion dhoni2 Your Maldives vacation package: Stay seven nights and pay only for five nights on the brand new MV Orion Maldives

MV Orion Maldives diving boat

Check-in, check-out:
Cruise start and end is in Male. Meeting for transfer to the boat is at 1200 noon in Male airport on cruise start day. You will have checked out by 10:00am latest on the last day of the cruise.  Take these times into account when booking flights to and from the Maldives.

This last minute offer will sell out fast, so book your maldives diving vacation now and take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy terrific diving and cruising in the Maldives at an unbeatable price!

We are happy to be at your service in case you have more questions or if you want to place your booking:

contact us now!


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Theia Maldives diving liveaboard reports Whale Shark sighting @ south Ari atoll !

December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

That`s exactly what makes scuba diving holidays in Maldives perfect for divers: Whale Sharks, the highlight for Maldives liveaboard diving. Guests on board Theia this week were lucky to see the Whale Shark.

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 Maldives liveaboard diving at it`s best, seen this week on the Theia liveaboard dive trip.


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Last Minute Price on Black Pearl Liveaboard

December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

Hurry and take advantage of this extremely special price on the Black Pearl liveaboard.

50% OFF – JUST US$588 FOR 7 NIGHTS

September 20 – 27, depart from Male.

Just US$588 for 1 male guest on a 7 night diving safari on the comfortable and stylish Black Pearl in the Maldives.

NO on board charges appears.

Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to book!

Black Pearl Maldives Liveaboard Last Minute Price on Black Pearl Liveaboard

Comfortable & Stylish Black Pearl Liveaboard

Check-in & Check–out:

Please check in for cruise no later than 14:00 in Male on Sep 20th and check out by 10:00 on Sep 27th.  Please take these times into account when booking flights to and from the Maldives.


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Maldives Liveaboard Holiday – Special Prices on Stingray

December 27, 2010 Posted by admin

Book your Maldives diving holiday now or contact us today!

The Stingray Liveaboard is not only an extremely comfortable scuba diving liveaboard, but affordable as well, a combination which attracts divers from all over the world.

MS Stingray – Maldives Liveaboard

Stingray is a solid wooden boat and combines traditional Maldivian boat-building with modern engineering. 9 comfortable cabins (4 with double and 5 with twin beds) are all equipped with air conditioning and en-suite hot-water showers. All cabins offer external portholes.

The Stingray’s attentive crew will pay close attention to your safety and comfort throughout the duration of your Maldives diving holiday. Nitrox is available for certified Nitrox divers, and Padi/NRC Nitrox courses are available on board upon request.

If you want to see the best Maldives dive sites and Maldives marine life under the guidance of experts, MS Stingray is the right Maldives liveaboard for you!

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Special Prices on Maldives Diving Holidays aboard the MS Stingray

The following offers are valid for all bookings made September 3rd and onwards:

MS Stingray Maldives Diving Holiday – October 10 – 20, 2010

October 10 – 20: 10 nights for the price of 9 – only USD $1,512 per person

MS Stingray Maldives Diving Holiday – December 8 – 15, 2010

December 8-15: s 7 nights for the price of 6 – only USD $1,260 per person

MS Stingray Maldives Diving Holiday – December 15 – 22, 2010

December 15-22: 7 nights for the price of 6 – only USD $1,260 per person

Check-in and check–out in Male:

Please check in for the Maldives liveaboard cruise no later than 14:00 in Male on the cruise start date. Check out is 10:00 on the final day of the Maldives diving cruise.

***Please take these times into account when booking flights to and from the Maldives.***

Services Included in Special Priced Maldives Holiday

  • Airport “meet-and-greet” on arrival day’s until noon.
  • Transfers to and from the boat (before noon on arrival and departure days only)
  • Accommodation in air-conditioned rooms, en-suite shower (hot water), towels and daily room cleaning
  • Full board meals
  • Tea, coffee and chilled water (from water dispenser) are available free of charge at all times
  • Snacks are served after afternoon dive (fresh coconut, cookies, cake)
  • Tanks: 12lt aluminium DIN/INT, lead belts, security balloon, extra diving boat, instructor and   dive guide (Padi)
  • Local-style fishing gear and escorted snorkelling
  • Island visits and picnic/BBQ on an uninhabited island (depending on weather and availability)
  • Sightseeing and shopping in the Maldivian capital city of Male on last evening
  • 17 dives (including check dive and one night dive) are offered on a 7-day cruise
  • 35 dives (including check dive and two night dives) are offered in a 14 night cruise

Book your Maldives diving holiday now or contact us today!


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