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Blue Voyager – Maldives

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Why Book With Us?

  • 20+ years experience in diving tours.
  • We ourselves are experienced passionate divers.
  • $20 of every booking donated to Shark Guardian

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7, 10 & 12 nights
Tour Description

MV Blue Voyager operates year-round, alternating her schedule between the Northern and Southern Atolls, trips into the deep south and Hanifaru Bay as well as specific trips such as ‘The Best of the Maldives.’  The deep south trips are specifically known for Manta Rays and Whalesharks and you may even be fortunate enough to witness schooling Hammerheads around Rasdhoo – Read more.

Booking process
  • Pay nothing now. Make a reservation and we confirm the availability with the dive operator
  • We confirm your booking and email you your invoice within 24 hours
  • Breathe, take 48 hours to organize your travel plans and pack your dive gear. Pay your invoiced deposit and start getting excited!

International airport(s)

Velana International Airport (MLE)




English, Dhivehi

Male, Maldives

Male, Maldives

Know before you go

The Blue Voyager changes her itineraries depending on the seasons in the Maldives.  All trips are based upon 3 dives per day with additional night dives planned by the Cruise Director upon embarkation. 

7 nights – Central Atolls – Male/Male

10 nights – Best of the Central Atolls – Male/ Male 

7 nights – Baa and Central Atolls – Male/ Male

10 nights – Manta Trust expedition – Male/ Male

10 & 12 nights – Best of the Northern atolls – Male/ Hanimaadhoo/ Male

10 & 12 nights – Best of the Southern Atolls – Male/ Kooddoo/ Male

10 nights – Project Shark – Southern Atolls – Male/ Kooddoo

10 nights – Project Shark far south – Kooddoo/ Gan/ Kooddoo

7 nights – Far South – Kooddoo/ Gan

We recommend that divers should be comfortable with current, qualified as Advanced divers and have logged over 50 dives before making a reservation for a Southern Atolls or Far South itinerary. 

Closest international airport: Malé (some itineraries require domestic flights)

Departure locations: Vary depending on the itinerary and date of choice 

Languages spoken on board: English & Malé

Passports should be valid for at least 6 months and include a Machine Readable Zone (MRZ).  All tourists entering the Maldives can obtain a 30-day visa, free of charge.  Fees apply to visits exceeding this time period. If you are unsure, please check with an embassy within your home country.  Access to the Maldives is via the Ibrahim Nasir International Airport, also known as Male International Airport.

Price Includes

  • Accommodation including towels, linen, air conditioning and en-suites
  • Full board including 3 meals and snacks, drinking water, tea and instant coffee
  • Up to 3 guided dives per day
  • 12l Aluminium cylinder, weights & air fills

Price Excludes

  • International and domestic flights
  • Juices, soft drinks, alcoholic beverages – beer, wine and spirits are available
  • Travel and dive insurance (compulsory)
  • Maldivian Green Tax (compulsory)

Cancellation Policy

  • 180 days or more before the trip : 15% cancellation fee
  • 180-91 days before the trip: 40% fee applies
  • 90-0 days before the trip: 100% fee applies
  • Warm water diving with great visibility
  • Shark diving with chances of Hammerheads and Oceanic White Tips
  • Great value for money
  • Very comfortable liveaboard

I’ve never done a liveaboard before, what does it mean?

Liveaboard diving entails staying on a boat or ship for some time without returning to land. The advantage of this is that it enables the divers to reach those reefs which may be too far from land to visit by day. You may have seen the saying “Dive, eat, sleep, repeat” in the diving world, this is precisely what you do on a liveaboard.

Are there any hidden charges?

No, we specify what you are paying for such as the liveaboard, crew, meals, diving, and accommodation, and list optional extras that you can purchase onboard.  Click on our included and excluded tabs to find out more.

Do they cater to specific diets?

Yes, they do. The Blue Voyager has exceptional chefs onboard and they deliver food for a variety of dietary requirements given prior notice.

I sometimes struggle to get out of the water in dive gear, can I remove it in the water?

Yes, the crew are well trained in assisting their guests in and out of the water. 

We are travelling a long way to get there. Is it possible to do more than one trip?

It certainly is. With multiple bookings, we can also offer you a discounted rate. Get in touch and let us know what you would like to do and we will advise on your best options.

More information

– rather than operating small tenders or dinghy’s, the Blue Voyager utilises a Dhoni with its own dedicated crew.  This Dhoni is the dedicated dive platform allowing the crew the flexibility to manoeuvre divers into exacting positions over the dive sites.  

Accommodation is provided via 13 spacious cabins with 3 doubles and 10 twins. All cabins are furnished with air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms. 

Outside of individual cabins, Blue Voyager boasts an indoor salon, indoor and outdoor dining areas,  Sky lounge & bar and a jacuzzi to relax and enjoy the sunset in.  With two upper sundeck areas, you can be sure to find your relaxation space anywhere onboard. 

World-renowned for its beauty, the Maldives is a cluster of 26 atolls in the Indian Ocean.  The islands are simply beautiful with white sands and a large number of luxury resorts to cater to the relaxation expected of a tropical getaway.  The Maldives are effected by 2 seasons dictated by the changing wind.  During the monsoon season, December to May, the wind blows northeast, and water visibility is 20-30m with the calmest sea conditions in the east and a reduction of visibility to 10-20m in the east.

The remainder of the year sees a reversal of the wind and an increase in the sea swell creating choppier conditions but also a reversal of the visibility conditions east to west.  Be sure to select your trip wisely as some of the destinations can be tricky for new divers and conversely there are many reefs more suitable to the lesser experienced diver. Whichever you need you can count on the Maldives being a superb adventure.


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