- Travel Info
Liveaboard: MV Adora
Duration: 8 days 7 nights
Room Type: Standard Room
Promotion Price: USD1,690 (U/P: USD2,121)
Travel Dates Available
- 8 November 2015 - 15 November 2015
- 15 November 2015 - 22 November 2015
- 22 November 2015 - 29 November 2015
- 29 November 2015 - 6 December 2015
Standard room only
3 meals per day, afternoon snacks
unlimited drinking water, tea, coffee
1 BBQ night on an uninhabited island (if the weather and route conditions allow)
17 dives per week in total (2-3 dives per day but no diving on the first day of the trip)
Tanks, weights, Nitrox
Dive guides service
All transfers within Maldives
Green tax and government tax
Male city tour with local guide (upon request)
Rental of diving gear
Alcohol and soda
Other services that are not listed here or above and might be requested by the guest.
- No refund, cancellation or amendments allowed upon confirmation of booking.
- In the event of no show, booking will be forfeited.
- All booking is subject to availability, a full refund will be given should the boat is fully booked.
MV Adora | Maldives Liveaboard
Liveaboard MV Adora is a 123 feet trip deck fiber yacht operating in the Maldives. It has 11 spacious cabins each with private bath. Guest can enjoy a view of the ocean from the 4 ocean view suite located on the third deck. The liveaboard has a large intereior and exterior living space.
Diving in the Maldives
Maldives is renown for being one of the top diving destinations in Asia, and quite possibly the world. Its islands and surrounding waters are blessed with white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, teaming with an abundance of marine life, in particular, large pelagics like manta rays, tunas, giant trevallies and a variety of sharks, including whalesharks.
Most dive sites in the Maldives have medium to strong currents. The Indian Monsoon Current through the channels between the islands, bringing along with it rich nutrients to feed the abundant marine and coral life living in its waters.
It is possible to dive in the Maldives all year round, however, most liveaboard operators only run regular trips between November to May. The best months for diving are thought to be between January to April, with the best weather, visibility and overall diving conditions.
It is important to note that generally speaking, lower visibility could be caused by an abundance of plankton in the water, which could also increase chances of whaleshark and manta ray sightings.
Maldives lives up to its name for being a tropical resort location all year round and has a tropical-monsoon climate. The annual average daily surface temperature ranges from 25°C (77°F) to 31°C (88°F), with March typically being the hottest month and January the coldest month. February enjoys the most sunshine with almost 10 hours of sunshine daily on average. September is usually the wettest month with the most rain.
Water temperatures remain fairly constant year round as well, usually ranging from 26°C (79°F) to 30°C (86°F).