Located in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the gem-like islands of the Maldives depict the rare vision of a tropical paradise.
It's attraction for scuba divers are the schools of fish that patrol the reefs in colorful packs. The reef's larger inhabitants include sharks, rays and Whale Sharks. Manta Rays can be seen year-round with the best encounters from May - November and Whale Sharks in April, May, October and November.
An Aggressor destination since 2009.
- Offering 7 and 10-night trips.
- Average of up to 18 dives on 7 night trips, 27 on 10 nights (multiple day dives and a night dive each evening).
- Depth Range: 40 – 100 ft (12m – 30m)
- Water temperature varies from 80F, 27C in the wet season to 86F, 30C in dry season.
- 3mm wetsuit recommended
All dives are from the Dhoni.
The comfort of the guests is the yachts priority; all dives are from the large spacious 60 foot Dhoni (tender) which is full equipped for 28 passengers.
Note: In January and February, the currents can be very strong, but the big animal activity can be fantastic. Divers should prepare themselves for the more challenging environment and be prepared for the rewards that effort brings.