Azalea

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The 'floating palace'. Azalea is a voyage to paradise with a world-class cuisine. This liveaboard is a privately owned beautifully designed steel yacht with endless facilities including room service!

Step aboard your ocean home away from home. Azalea is a purpose built luxury steel yacht that meets the highest safety standards at sea. Exclusively rented out by its owner for both private charter and dive trips. Relish every moment of your voyage on our 40 metre long vessel comprising of three main decks and an additional sun deck.

Enter the vessel onto the main deck and walk through the dining area towards the 3 largest rooms on board.

Master Suite

Ocean View Master Suite

Welcome to our master suite, the most spacious room on board. Wake up to a world of infinite possibilities with spectacular views from the comfort of your bed fitted with the finest Egyptian linen. ?

With the front half of the room covered in windows, this room is nothing short of sheer luxury and comfort. Step into the sleek and modern bathroom fitted with the finest fixtures including separate shower cubicle and bathtub to further unwind on your holiday.

  • Luxury Bathroom with Bathtub
  • Air Conditioning
  • Shower Cubicle
  • Fresh Towels
  • Master Double Bed
  • Seating Area
  • Cold Water
  • Large Natural Light Sea View Windows
  • TV

Suite (2 People Sharing)

Ocean View Junior Suite

Our next set of rooms are located behind the Master suite, and are nothing short of luxury. These rooms are designed with every detail accounted for to add the perfect touch to your holiday. Feel at home and rest on our king/queen size bed, fitted with the finest Egyptian linen, as you take in the breath taking views through the ocean facing windows. The bliss of your stay with us continues as you enter your private bathroom fitted with sleek modern fixtures and shower.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Queen Size Bed
  • Luxury Private Bathroom with Hot Shower
  • Fresh towels

Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck

Our lower deck rooms are fitted with modern fixtures and luxurious amenities, including private bathrooms. As per your requests these rooms are available as twin or single bedrooms, and are specially designed to help you get the best of your journey with us.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Twin Beds
  • Toiletries
  • Private Bathroom

Route Options

North Male - South Male - Felidhe Atoll - Ari Atoll
8 Days 7 Nights

Diving North Male' Atoll
The sea bed east of Male atoll shelves steeply to 2000 metres and to the west less steeply to over 300 metres. The presence of deep, clear waters all around the atoll means excellent visibility, especially with ingoing currents. Pelagics such as barracuda, trevally and tuna, and big schools of fusilier, snapper and sharks all congregate at the entrance to the channels, attracted by the movement of water and the food sources carried with them . Depths inside the atoll are generally 40 to 50 metres and the bottom is mostly sand. There are many shallow water reefs inside the atoll and those just below the surface are clearly defined by sharp contrasts in water colour. Most of the diving in North Male’ atoll is in the channels, or Kandus through the outer barrier reef of the atoll. There are around 20 channels on the eastern side and 16 on the west. Drift diving is the most common method of diving. The channels on the western side are generally wider, some with big thilas across the openings. The greatest concentration of diving is in the southern end of the atoll where many of the resorts are located. This was the first area to be dived when resorts began springing up in 1972. Some of the finest sites are to be found here and although many of them have been heavily dived, in general, the sites remain in good condition. Most divers tend steer away from the populated island of Male because of the heavy boat traffic. The reefs in the north of North Male atoll are less frequently dived than those to the south and with an absence of any island between Helengeli and Meerufenfushi - a distance of 20km - a sense of isolation and freedom make the dives in this north region even more memorable.

Diving South Male' Atoll
North and South Male’ Atolls are seperated by the Vaadhoo Kanduwith a depth of 500 metres through which current streams can be very strong, attaining a rate of four knots or more. There are many popular dive sites with many spectacular dropoffs and caves along both sides of this channel. South Male’ Atoll has six channels on the eastern side, most of which provide excellent long drift dives, and 12 channels on the western side. There is one main channel - velassaru Kandu - in the north and another - Hathikolhu kandu - in the south. The eastern side of the atoll is characterised by two long reefs, the 14.5 km long Maadhoo Falhu and the 10.5 km long Fushidhiggaru Falhu, which is the most easterly point of the atoll. Depths inside the atoll are mostly betwenn 35 and 45 metres.

Diving North Ari Atoll Atoll
Ari Atoll has depths of around 300 metres on the eastern side, while on the west depths drop quickly to over 2000 metres. Rasdhoo is connected to the northeast part of Ari by a submarine plateau with depths from 183 metres to 274 metres. Depths within Rasdhoo Atoll are to 35 metres while in Ari depths are mostly between 35 metres and 55 metres but reaching up to 80 metres in one part. Ari Atoll has no long stretch of barreer reef and all faces of the encircling reef have many passages into the atoll, except the south face which has one break. The inside of the atoll is much encumbered with coral reefs, many of them dry at low tide, but the atoll has many thilas, for which the atoll is famous. Most of the thilas have interesting coral reefs that appear naturally designed to protect the atoll from the firce seas that prevail during the south-west monsoon. Heavy waves have pounded the west side breaking off chunks of coral rock and in some place long channels more than a metre deep have been cut into the reefs. On the eastern side the reefs are smaller with many more entrances, and as they do not get the heavy ocean swell of the western side, the corals tend to be more fragile.

Diving South Ari Atoll Atoll
South Ari Atoll has many excellent thilas, both within the atoll and in the channels. There are also four wreck dives. One of the feature area is the Dhigurashu Kandu, where the thilas spring up from the outer rim of the atoll like 10 pins in a bowling alley. There are around 12 thilas in the 4.5 km wide channel of which only handful are frequently dived. Some are quite deep and hard to find and the frequent swift currents and choppy seas can make diving conditions hazardous. Only experienced divers with knowledgeable boatmen should attempt the diving here at these times. The southern outside reef in the vicinity of Ariyadu Kandu, has become famous for the regular all-year round appearance of whale sharks. Mantas and sharks are also prevalent at many locations, with Madivaru being the most documented site for mantas.

Felidhe Atoll is more isolated and less developed than the other tourist atolls. It has excellent scuba diving and snorkelling, remote uninhabited islands, sandbanks and the islanders are friendly and hospitable. For these reasons Felidhe Atoll is a popular destination for safari dhonis and memorable trips and excellent diving is guaranteed. There are not many thila dives in this atoll, with most of the diving being in the 26 channels on the eastern side. These channels are mostly long and deep and suitable for advanced divers. Many have narrow entrances and when travelling down the eastern side of the atoll they can easily be passed unnoticed. On the outside of most of the channels, the reef plunges sharply to very deep depths, usually from the outside rim at around 35 metres. During the rock diving season of the north-east monsoon, the current flows inside the channels on the eastern side more often than it flows out, resulting in exhilarating, clear water diving, ideal for viewing sharks and pelagic fish. The channels on the western side, are not as exciting as those on the east, however with the current mainly flowing out of the atoll during the north-east monsoon, these locations have the advantage of attracting manta rays to feed on the zooplankton-rich waters. At the south end of the atoll near the island of Hingaahura is the remains of the Pioneer, which was wrecked on this reef on May 13 1958. The ship was on her way from Colombo to Male’ when she ran aground.

North Male - Baa Atoll
7 Days 8 Nights

Diving North Male' Atoll
The sea bed east of Male atoll shelves steeply to 2000 metres and to the west less steeply to over 300 metres. The presence of deep, clear waters all around the atoll means excellent visibility, especially with ingoing currents. Pelagics such as barracuda, trevally and tuna, and big schools of fusilier, snapper and sharks all congregate at the entrance to the channels, attracted by the movement of water and the food sources carried with them . Depths inside the atoll are generally 40 to 50 metres and the bottom is mostly sand. There are many shallow water reefs inside the atoll and those just below the surface are clearly defined by sharp contrasts in water colour. Most of the diving in North Male’ atoll is in the channels, or Kandus through the outer barrier reef of the atoll. There are around 20 channels on the eastern side and 16 on the west. Drift diving is the most common method of diving. The channels on the western side are generally wider, some with big thilas across the openings. The greatest concentration of diving is in the southern end of the atoll where many of the resorts are located. This was the first area to be dived when resorts began springing up in 1972. Some of the finest sites are to be found here and although many of them have been heavily dived, in general, the sites remain in good condition.

Most divers tend steer away from the populated island of Male because of the heavy boat traffic. The reefs in the north of North Male atoll are less frequently dived than those to the south and with an absence of any island between Helengeli and Meerufenfushi – a distance of 20km – a sense of isolation and freedom make the dives in this north region even more memorable.

Vessel Details

Year Built / Refurbished 2015
Length & Width 38m
Length & Width 8m
Speed 13 Knots
Speed 10 Knots
Engines 2 X caterpiller
Number of Cabins 9
Other Facilities 3 Bathrooms
Disalination & Water Capacitity 10000L
Diesel Capacity 45000L
Safety Features Radar
Depth Sounder
GPS
Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
E.P.I.R.B. Distress System
Safety Features Emergency Rafts & Life Vests
Safety Features Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers
Safety Features Oxygen
Safety Features First Aid Kits and first aid trained crew
Safety Features Fishfinder & Sounder
Safety Features Satellite & mobile phones
Safety Features Bilge pump alarm & Search light
Safety Features Engine room CCTV
Safety Features Continuous flow oxygen on board
Dive Tenders & Zodiacs Yamaha
Cylinders 15L Tank: 11 GBP / day
Equipment Rental Tanks, Weights and Belts
Full Equipment Rental 163 GBP / week
Wetsuits 4 GBP / day
Torch 4 GBP / day
BCD 8 GBP / day
Regulator 8 GBP / day
Dive Computer 5 GBP / day

Available Experiences

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Marcelina

Friday, 06 December 2013

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Lured by the promise of world-class reefs and adrenaline-fueled shark encounters Marcelina Jesus ventures to the wild islands of Fiji.

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What Our Customers Have To Say

Reviews from our Clients, Journalists, Photo Pro's and our own Experts

Our reviews and blogs are an additional guide to evaluate of the holiday is exactley what you are looking for or not. Some love an Eco-Resort, some love air-con and a flat screen TV, we aim to ensure you get what you are looking for, at great value for money.

Kuredo Express

Northern Region, Maldives

Kuredo Express is one of the most famous dive sites in the Lhaviyani Atoll. Express gets its name from the strong currents that can flow here. The Sandy channel leads to a corner where there are terraces of different depths, perfect for action encounters with grey reef sharks, eagle rays, large tuna, napoleons, stingrays and barracuda.

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Bathalaa

Northern Region, Maldives

Bathalaa on the northern side of Vinaneiy Faru in the Raa Atoll is a brilliant site with the dive starting in the sandy area of Vinaneiyfaruhuraa and slowly slopping down to a cliff at 18 metres where it vertically drops to 25 metres. Along this beautiful wall you will find patches of pink and black coral making unique colour scenery.

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Maadhoo Wreck

Northern Region, Maldives

Maadhoo Wreck is located on the south side of Dapparhu Island in the Haa Alifu Atoll. This beautiful 80 metres long wreck immediately presents you with 4 chimneys rising out of the water and it is easily accessible at a depth of 5 to 18 metres. As you descend to the deepest point of the dive, you'll see leopard sharks hiding from the moderate current beneath the stern.

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Hanifaru Bay

Northern Region, Maldives

The famous Hanifaru Bay, which is known locally as Vandhumaafaru Adi, is thought to be one the few places in the world where whale sharks congregate in to mate, although recent research suggests otherwise with the vast majority of the whale sharks seen there being young males. The bay also regularly sees some of the largest gatherings of Manta rays worldwide with up to one hundred individuals in the small inlet when the tide pushes plankton into the bay.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Nelivaru Thila

Northern Region, Maldives

With high chances of spotting Manta rays, especially during rising tides. The Thila (pinnacle) has several overhangs, with the most interesting parts are the west, east and south sides where you may encounter ghost pipefish, stingrays and Manta rays.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Dhigu Thila

Northern Region, Maldives

Dhigu in the Maldivian language means Long and Thila means pinnacle, and that is exactly what this dive site is, a long thin pinnacle in Baa Atoll, starting at 6m and descending down to 30m. Between 12 and 25m there are some interesting overhangs with some soft coral and Gorgonian Fan coral. Look out for Leaf Fish, Frog Fish and Stonefish, as well as nudibranchs, white tip reef sharks and perhaps the odd Manta passing in its way to it from Hanifaru Bay.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30

Vattaru Atoll

Ari Atoll, Maldives

Vattaru Kandu is a protected marine area, located in the channel south of Vattaru Atoll. The outside corner declines very sharply to about 45 meters, then steadily slopes to a deep sandy bottom where you will often find big sea fans and leopard sharks. The entrance of the channel is at around 32 meters, around which there are several caves and overhangs, not to mention outside of which, where you will find even more caves, ledges and overhangs. Near this corner, most caves are between 10 and 20 meters. The fish life here is very rich, with tuna, barracudas, trevally, schools of fusilier, turtles, manta rays, parrotfish, napoleon and white-tip reef sharks. At around 30 meters outside the channel entrance you will find a series of caves covered in soft coral, and many of them house black coral trees and seafans.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30

Dharavandhoo Corner

Northern Region, Maldives

The high concentration of plankton present in these waters gathers a large number of filter feeders, including the large manta rays. Some swim alone, but most are in groups of three, five, eight, even fifteen, twenty advancing in single file forming long undulating ribbons. Plenty of colourful coral structures can be seen with clown fish swimming between the tectacles of orange anemones. The synchronous and harmonic movement of a school of hundreds of yellow snappers is a beautiful view and you may even spot a turtle.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Dhonfanu Thila

Northern Region, Maldives

Dhonfanu Thila is a topographically beautiful dive site that has a pinnacle surrounded by changing currents. There are many overhangs and drop-offs around it, but the narrow swim-through is the most exciting part. It leads to a pool with a lighter current that is full of various species. This dive site is well-known for manta rays and larger pelagic fish as well as being full of cleaner wrasses, fusiliers, triggerfish, parrotfish, butterflyfish, and lots of soldierfish.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 25

Dhiggaru Kandu

Southern Region, Maldives

The best diving is on the outside corner of Dhiggaru Falhu, with lots of cavities and small swimthroughs, as well as lots of nice overhangs in the entrance to the channel. The area is covered in soft coral and hard coral groups grow up from the sandy patch, where white tip sharks and stingrays rest.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Dharavandoo Thila

Northern Region, Maldives

This dive site is a narrow and curved reef which is situated on the northern side of the island of Dharavandhoo. You can see Napoleons, stingrays and turtles. During the South West Monsoon, manta rays can also be spotted here.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30

Amilafushi House Reef

Northern Region, Maldives

Manta rays and sharks can be expected to be spotted here.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Kihavah Wall

Northern Region, Maldives

You can expect to spot both sharks and manta rays when diving at this site.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Feydhoo Caves

Northern Region, Maldives

Feydhoo Caves (also known as Feydhoo Finolhu or Feydhoo Wall) is located north of Malé, Maldives. The reef is an upright wall with lots of holes, clefts, and swim-throughs. At some places, there is almost a 90-degree drop-off. There are swim-throughs and small overhangs at shallower depths, and prolonged overhangs at the deeper areas of the wall. The wall is covered with sponges and corals. This site gives the divers an opportunity to explore caves, walls, reefs, as well as lots of marine life such as fish, sharks, eagle rays, turtles, sponges and corals.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30

Madivaru Kandu

Northern Region, Maldives

While crossing this dive site from one corner to the other, look in the sandy areas for stingrays and check above you for eagle rays flying in formation. The occasional white-tip and grey reef shark can be spotted swimming along the channel edge. As you approach the corners of the channel you have the chance to see schools of snappers and brightly coloured triggerfish.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30

Kehaadhoo Thila

Northern Region, Maldives

Divers can expect to spot both Manta rays and sharks at this dive site.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30

Fushifaru Thila

Lhaviyani Atoll, Maldives

The thila, with lovely soft corals, sits in the centre of a broad channel and attracts mantas, eagle rays, sharks, grouper, sweetlips and turtles. Cleaner wrasse abound on the thila, which is a Protected Marine Area.

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Goidhoo

Northern Region, Maldives

The island abounds with unique marine life. Divers will enjoy the chance to look at rays, dolphins, whale sharks and sea turtles at arm’s length.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30

Fenfushi Giri

Male Atoll, Maldives

Fenfushi Giri is part of Raa Atoll in the northwest part of the Maldives. This dive site is included in local liveaboards’ itineraries. Fenfushi Giri is famous for its numerous overhangs, which are common to this part of Maldives. Underwater explorations opportunities to photograph marine life.

Almost any month of the year is suitable for diving, except for the June monsoons. The water s warm, with temperatures between 27-30C/80-86F. The season for manta rays and whitetip reef sharks lasts from May to November..

While diving, divers may encounter butterflyfish, parrotfish, bannerfish, lots of fusiliers, unicornfish, surgeonfish, dolphins, green turtles, hawksbill turtles, manta rays, and whitetip reef sharks.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 32m
Dates Duration Route Room Type Price
25 May 2019
1 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
25 May 2019
1 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
25 May 2019
1 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
1 Jun 2019
8 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
1 Jun 2019
8 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
1 Jun 2019
8 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
8 Jun 2019
15 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
8 Jun 2019
15 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
8 Jun 2019
15 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
15 Jun 2019
22 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
15 Jun 2019
22 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
15 Jun 2019
22 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
22 Jun 2019
29 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
22 Jun 2019
29 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
22 Jun 2019
29 Jun 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
29 Jun 2019
6 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
29 Jun 2019
6 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
29 Jun 2019
6 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
6 Jul 2019
13 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
6 Jul 2019
13 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
6 Jul 2019
13 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
13 Jul 2019
20 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
13 Jul 2019
20 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
13 Jul 2019
20 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
20 Jul 2019
27 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
20 Jul 2019
27 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
20 Jul 2019
27 Jul 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
27 Jul 2019
3 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
27 Jul 2019
3 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
27 Jul 2019
3 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
3 Aug 2019
10 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
3 Aug 2019
10 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
3 Aug 2019
10 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
10 Aug 2019
17 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
10 Aug 2019
17 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
10 Aug 2019
17 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
17 Aug 2019
24 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
17 Aug 2019
24 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
17 Aug 2019
24 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
24 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4410
24 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2064
24 Aug 2019
31 Aug 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2581
31 Aug 2019
7 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
31 Aug 2019
7 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
31 Aug 2019
7 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684
7 Sep 2019
14 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
7 Sep 2019
14 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
7 Sep 2019
14 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684
14 Sep 2019
21 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
14 Sep 2019
21 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
14 Sep 2019
21 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684
21 Sep 2019
28 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
21 Sep 2019
28 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
21 Sep 2019
28 Sep 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684
28 Sep 2019
5 Oct 2019
7 Nights Manta Frenzy Master Suite £4006
28 Sep 2019
5 Oct 2019
7 Nights Manta Frenzy Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
28 Sep 2019
5 Oct 2019
7 Nights Manta Frenzy Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684
5 Oct 2019
12 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
5 Oct 2019
12 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
5 Oct 2019
12 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684
12 Oct 2019
19 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
12 Oct 2019
19 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
12 Oct 2019
19 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684
19 Oct 2019
26 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
19 Oct 2019
26 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
19 Oct 2019
26 Oct 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684
26 Oct 2019
2 Nov 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Master Suite £4006
26 Oct 2019
2 Nov 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Premuim Twin Cabin Lower Deck £2339
26 Oct 2019
2 Nov 2019
7 Nights Best of Maldives Suite (2 People Sharing) £2684