Dive trip route

Please note also that the itineraries are examples only, and will change depending on weather and logistics at the Dive Leader and Captain’s discretion.

Recommended diving experience:
Diving conditions in the Maldives can be challenging, especially on Deep South itineraries. We therefore strongly recommend the following dive experience:

Regular itineraries: Please note to being certified as AOW + 100 logged dives + experience in deep, current, and night dives.

Our dive instructors on board are responsible for everyone’s safety and would advise the best dive site to join if instructors believe divers are not experienced enough for a particular dive. PADI courses are available onboard and can be done during our trips.

Central Route

Day 1: Guests board vessel afternoon ; welcome briefing, documents; dinner
Days 2 – 6 or 7: Up to 3 dives a day
Day 7 or 8: Depart the vessel by 8 am latest. Due to the necessity of ready the vessel for our next cruise, we must strictly enforce this early departure.

Marine Life: Mantas, Turtles, Eagle Rays are frequently seen, as well as large residents like the Napoleon Wrasse, Gray Reef and White Tip Sharks, and large schools of Big Eye Trevally and batfish,yellow snappers and whale sharks in season.

Northern Route

Up to Nothernmost of Maldives. You will enjoy untouched underwater nature over there. Guitar Sharks and Mantas, school of fish, school of colorful soft corals.

Deep south Route

One of the most exciting dive area in deep south of Maldives. Tiger Sharks, Hammer Head Sharks, Marlin,Dolphins, school of Sharks,Silky Sharks and Whale Sharks.
Need to be a good experience for current Diving.

BAA Atoll Manta Cyclone route

Hanifaru Bay and the whole Baa Atoll are protected marine park which has been declared a UNESCO biosphere reserve. 
No longer diving in Hanifaru Bay, but snorkeling with Manta Rays and sometimes Whale Sharks.
However there are so many good divesites in Baa Atoll, Mantas,Sharks, Soft Corals Whale Sharks, Schooling of fish.