It’s fair to say that diving in the Maldives has something for everyone, with a variety of kandus and thilas where sightings of Reef Sharks, Manta and even Whale Sharks can be considered common place.
The 37-metre steel hulled Maldives Master was previously called Blue Voyager and has been completely refurbished in 2015. Specifically laid-out so guests can spend their holidays aboard in complete relaxation and benefiting from a separate tender and the largest diving dhoni in the area, there is more than ample space on the Maldives Master for guests to sit back and enjoy their diving cruise.
The Maldives Master can welcome up to 26 guests on board and offers three spacious Double Suites and ten Twin Cabins.
- DOUBLE SUITE - MAIN DECK - Spacious double suites with bathroom, air conditioning and sea view.
- TWIN BEDS CABIN - CONTROL BRIDGE DECK - Double with small window, air conditioning and bathroom in the suite.
- TWIN BEDS CABIN - BOTTOM DECK - Double cabin on lower deck with air conditioning, private bathroom in suite and portholes.
A generous outdoor Dining Area, Bar and Sky Lounge, and even a Jacuzzi make for a luxurious stay on board. There are many options to put your feet up after diving; take your pick from three Sundecks with comfortable seating and loungers or remain in the shaded Lounge on the Mid Deck.
FOOD ON BOARD
All meals will be served buffet-style, the onboard Chef will make sure you have a variety of dishes to choose from. Evening meals and Lunches usually consist of vegetables, rice, pasta, soup, chicken, beef or fish - whatever you choose - it is sure to be good food. Water, tea, coffee, juices, snacks between meals and after dives, soft drinks are all included in your dive package.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING WITH ME?
Liveaboard lifestyle is relaxed and informal. Essential items include T-shirts, shorts, swim wear, long trousers / sarong/ long skirt, sturdy footwear for island visits and a warm jacket or pullover for cooler nights. Shower gel is provided on board, however guests should bring any hair care or personal beauty products they require, along with sunscreen. We have a fully stocked first aid kit on board, but guests should bring any personal prescription medications with them (with doctor’s note).