Diving is done from the Dhoni, where the diving equipment remains during the whole trip.
Dives: 16-17th The first dive, a gentle acclimatization dive, is on the day of arrival (Sunday) as long as the arrival is no later than 13 o’ clock. Monday – Friday 3 dives each, including at least one night dive. Saturday morning a dive, at 14 – 15 o’ clock arrival in the Hulumale Lagoon. Optional visit to the capital Male.
Qualification: As the maldivian diving regulations require an advanced certificate for unlimited diving, we also require PADI Advanced Level or equivalent. For cruises we recommend a minimum of 30 dives in order to be able to participate fully in the diving operation (OWD has prescribed a maximum depth of 20 m for PADI). No beginner courses, AOWD on request).
Equipment: We expect our customers to be fully equipped themselves. A limited number of rental equipment is available for exceptional cases.
We operate as standard from the airport Velana, i. e. Hulumale lagoon. The map on the right shows the approximate routes we take regularly. Please refer to the Dates & Prices page for information on which route is sailed when.
Central Atolls (red):
Our most common itinerary, leading to many of the most beautiful dive sites in the Maldives!
Male Atoll – Ari Atoll – Vaavu Atoll – Süd Male Atoll
Nord Route (Black):
Male Atoll – Baa Atoll – Raa Atoll – Lhaviyani Atoll
Deep South (Blue):
Due to the large distances this tour can only be done in 2 weeks! Once from once to Gan and once from Gan back to Male (each in combination with a domestic flight Male – Gan or Gan – Male)
Süd Male Atoll – Vaavu Atoll – Meemu Atoll – Laamu Atoll – Gaafu Alifu Atoll Bis nach Gan
10 days to Thaa Atoll (Orange):
7 Atolls in 10 days!
Ari Atoll – Faafu Atoll – Dhaarlu Atoll – Thaa Atoll – Meemu Atoll – Vaavu Atoll – Süd Male Atoll
7 days Baa & Lhaviyani (Pink):
Male Atoll – Baa Atoll – Lhaviyani Atoll