A garland shaped chain of 26 atolls stretching 750 kilometers across the equator in the Indian Ocean the Maldives is the idyllic holiday destination. White sun kissed sand beaches and pristine blue waters beckon every visitor.

One of the most ideal ways to explore the beauty of the Maldives is on a live aboard. Dive safaris, as they're locally known, are the easiest and most rewarding way to discover the scattered groups of tiny island atolls and delve into incredible reefs of this dazzling marine wonderland.

Even If you don't dive or snorkel, there are few more idyllic holidays than cruising around the beautiful white sands and aquamarine lagoons of this hideaway paradise.

The Maldives is home to a hospitable people who have a reputation for friendliness and warmth offered to travelers. Coupled with world class hospitality service the Maldives is one of the most coveted vacation destinations for any person and occasion.

Vacationing on a live aboard is without doubt the ultimate way of experience the unique beauty that the Maldives has to offer.

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How to Get to the Maldives
Maldives is well-connected to Dubai, Doha, Colombo and Singapore. In addition to airlines which regularly fly to Maldives such as Emirates, Sri Lankan, Indian, Singapore Airlines and Qatar Airways, there are a number of charter flights from various European cities and other airports which carry tourists to the Maldives.

What to Pack
Everything that is required for a sun and sea holiday. From t-shirts to togs. Please bring lots of sun screen and light clothing made of a material such as cotton. Long sleeves and pants are recommended when visiting local islands as well as mosquito repellent.
Although diving equipment and gear is provided aboard, you are welcome to bring your own.
And of course, a camera is a must to capture all those memorable moments.

The Maldivian currency is Rufiyas and Laaris ( 1MRf = 100 Laaris ). The exchange rate for US Dollars is Rufiya 12.75 for one US Dollar. The Rufiyaa comes in notes of 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500. The American Dollar is the most common foreign currency. Payments can be made in most hard currencies in cash, traveller's cheques or credit cards. The most commonly used credit cards are American Express, Visa, Master Card, Diners Club, JCB and Euro Card.

The climate is generally warm and humid. Sun shines all year through with average temperature around 29 - 32 degrees Celsius and the Average water temperature is 29° Celsius
The Maldives is located in the equator and there is sunshine throughout the year. However, the monsoon rains are more prevalent in the Southwest monsoon which runs from May to November. The Northeast monsoon is drier and falls within the peak tourism season.


As the Maldives is a muslim country the import of alcoholic beverages is prohibited by law. Bottles containing alcoholic beverages will be confiscated at Customs upon arrival and returned to you at departure.  Alcohol however is available on board the boat and served to guests.

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