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Magnificent Maldives, Itinerary Highlights…

Rasdhoo Madivaru – Rashdoo
Rasdhoo Madivaru Corner is located in the corner of the channel into the atoll. Madivaru has its fame amongst seasoned divers of the Maldives. It has one of the most spectacular and confusing reef formations found in Ari Atoll. Hammerhead sharks emerge in big numbers just before sunrise swimming in large groups. Dolphins, dog tooth tunas along with schools of black snapper are seen at the reef edge during the early hours. Divers get an opportunity to view white tip reef sharks, pelagics, trevallys, little tunas, jacks, ribbon eels, fish leaves tunas, napoleon wrasse and barracudas. Experience the thrilling scuba diving adventure amongst fine coral formations with highest underwater visibility.

Guraidhoo Kandu – South Male
Since the eastern side of the channel is open ocean, large predatory fish can regularly be spotted here. This site is famous for sightings of sharks, schools of eagle rays and the occasional sail fish and hammerheads. The best condition to do the dive is when the current is flowing into the atoll. The dive begins on the outer reef following the current into the atoll. Most of the pelagic species can be observed on the eastern side, where the reef drops off into the deep ocean. At the end of the dive in the channel, along the reef you can find overhangs with plenty of soft coral growth and small fish.

Fish Head – North Ari
Fish Head also known as Shark Point or Mushimasmingili Thila, fits the classic definition of a thila – a large isolated flat top reef rising sharply from the inner atoll floor at 40 to 50m to around 10m from the surface. It is one of the best sites for seeing sharks. Featuring a series of caves and overhangs in between where you can see thousands of blueline snapper against a backdrop of black coral bushes and large gorgonians.

Fotteyo Kandul – Vaavu Atoll
Considered by many as one of the best dive sites in the Maldives, the atoll offers pristine reefs on the eastern side and thrilling shark dives – look out for hammerheads and grey reef sharks. A more challenging dive site which is not really advised for novice divers. Reef hooks recommended.

All dive sites are subject to weather conditions and cannot be guaranteed.

Our home for the trip is the Blue Voyager:

Refurbished in 2015 ready for her move to the Maldives, M/Y blue Voyager is a 37 metre, steel hulled vessel that boasts three spacious double and ten twin cabins. She features a separate outdoor dining area, bar and sky lounge, as well as a Jacuzzi.

M/Y blue Voyager benefits from a separate tender and diving dhoni which allows for the best use of space on the liveaboard to explore the pearls of the Indian Ocean in comfort. The vessel is also equipped with a nitrox membrane and charging station.

This promises to fill fast so dont delay book today

£2695 per person!
Includes: Return flights London to Male, 10 nights full board accommodation on vessel, visa, internal transfers, all diving, single 12lt cylinder, lead weights, tea, coffee and water, Maldivian bed taxes, and a BBQ.

Please contact Waterfront Scuba on 01708 227122 or email info@waterfrontscuba.com for more information or to book on this fabulous Maldives safari!

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Learning to Dive With Waterfront Scuba
Waterfront Scuba is an established dive retail and diver training facility with PADI 5 Star Status. PADI 5 Star Dive Centre Membership is awarded to progressive PADI Diver Shops that excel in providing scuba divers with a full range of scuba certification programmes, scuba […] Continue Reading…

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Scuba Diving Calendar 2014 0

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Scuba Diving Free Gifts Just In Time For Christmas 0

Treat yourself to a brand new Suunto DX, D9tx, D6i, D4i, Vyper Air, or HelO2 and get a WIRELESS TANK PRESSURE TRANSMITTER for free. Contact your local dive shop and ask them about it! Offer valid from Nov 1st until Dec 31st 2013, as long as the stock lasts. The offer is valid for the current products only, excluding the 2014 […] Continue Reading…

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Scapa Flow Scuba Diving 1

Scapa Flow (/ˈskɑːpə/ or /ˈskæpə/; from Old Norse Skalpaflói, meaning “bay of the long isthmus”[1]) is a body of water in the Orkney Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, sheltered by the islands of Mainland, Graemsay, Burray,[2] South Ronaldsayand Hoy. It is about 312 square kilometres (120 sq mi). It has a shallow sandy bottom not deeper than 60 metres (200 ft) and most of it […] Continue Reading…

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ts 10am on Friday morning and 9 of us met at Waterfront Scuba, to collect tanks and buy those last minute bits of equipment, The weather forecast wasn’t looking fantastic, Sophie was already in Seahouses, local divers were predicting being blown out and having spoke to Graham our skipper, […] Continue Reading…

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PADI Full Face Mask Diver Specialty 0

New to Waterfront Scuba, PADI Distinctive Specialty Full Face Mask Diver. An exciting alternative to using a standard Scuba regulator. Using a Full Face Mask is easy, a lot of fun and offers some great advantages to using a standard Scuba regulator,  such as keeping your entire face warm during […] Continue Reading…

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