An Easter flotilla dedicated to fun and relax, sailing in the Indian Ocean to discover the most suggestive coral atolls in the Maldives. You will find soft beaches of super white sand, green coconut palms overlooking a crystal clear sea, and uncontaminated coral reefs. A paradise to be explored, in flotilla and on catamarans equipped with all comforts. Our BeBlue skippers will make every moment of you holiday unforgettable, with breathtaking moorings, aperitifs and sunset barbecues on the beach.
|STYLE||RELAX, DISCOVER, SAILING, SNORKELING, FLOTILLA, EASTER|
|DEPARTURE BASE||Hulhumale Lagoon|
Check-in from 11 April Saturday 1 pm - Check-out by 18 April Saturday 10 am
1.250 per person in double cabin with A/C.
|Included services||Skipper, Travel assistance, Fuel, Final cleaning, Dinghy with outboard engine, Bed linen and towels, Harbour fees, Double cabin spot, Tourist tax, Transfer from/to the Marina|
|Language||Italian and english.|
Day 1 - Check-in:
Boarding in the late morning in Hulhumale.
The island, only 20 minutes away from Malé Airport by ferry, represents a special gateway for our cruise dedicated to the discovery of the enchanting archipelagos of the Maldives. In about half an hour, we will reach the Banana Reef, a spectacular dock just north of Malé: here you can snorkel and swim with mantas among colorful corals and transparent waters. After our lunchbreak, we will peacefully sail for about 3 hours to the north, passing through the Ari Atoll and reaching Kohdhipparu, where we will spend the night after a fantastic dinner on board.
After breakfast and a swim to explore the crystal clear waters and the white beach of Kohdhipparu, we set sail in the direction of Rasdhoo (4 hours). On this island you will be able to taste the local culture and have a refreshing tea or coffee in one of the many little cafes along the beach and near the harbor. In the lagoon, you can go snorkeling, take a walk on the beach and explore the little village before going back to the boat for the night.
We leave after breakfast from Rasdhoo, sailing for about 2 and half hours until we reach Genburugau, one of the best spots for snorkeling where we will stop for a dive, discovering its seabeds. Later on, we head for Dhigga, where we will stop for lunch and you can spend the afternoon swimming in the crystal clear waters and exploring the enchanting coral reef characterizing this island. Not far from Dhigga, we find the lagoon of Fesdhoo welcoming us in its calm waters, the perfect end to a wonderful day.
After a morning dive, we head for the lagoon of Moofushi and then to the near and uninhabited island of Enboodhoo. This little islet is a real pearl of the Maldives worth discovering, where you can swim and snorkel, walk along its super white beach and relax under the palm trees by the sea. We leave in the afternoon in the direction of Rahddhiggaa, an islet famous for its uncontaminated lagoon and its rich underwater life.
We lift anchor to sail peacefully to the southwest. We have the first break after 45 minutes, diving and discovering a wonderful coral reef populated by thousands of colorful fishes. Later on, we will reach the island of Theluveligaa where we will stop for lunch, enjoying the warm waters of this splendid atoll in total relax. In the afternoon, after a short sailing, we will arrive on the island of Dhangethi, which will welcome us with it picturesque cafes on the beach and the little local craft shops. Overnight stay on board.
This morning will be dedicated to a relaxing sailing across the archipelago of Ari, reaching its westernmost island: the enchanting Maamigili. Here we will spend the day exploring the coral reef and enjoying the verdant nature. With a bit of luck, you will be able to swim with the docile whale sharks, seeing them in their natural habitat. Dinner at anchor, under the magic starry sky of the Maldives.
We leave at dawn and dedicate the day to sailing. Direction south, lunch on the way, and relax on board before reaching the island of Rihiveli Huraa, where you can lay on the beach and swim with manta rays. A little over an hour and a half away, we will find the island of Guraidhoo that will enchant you with its waters of a thousand shades of blue and soft, white beaches from which we will admire the sunset before getting on board for dinner.
On the following morning, we begin our back trip to the east: last stop for diving and snorkeling in the suggestive lagoon of Enboodhoo Falhu, returning to the Hulhumale Marina at lunchtime.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain. This program is intended as indicative and non-binding.
CLASS: CATAMARAN - LEOPARD 384
The catamarans used by BeBlue for this cruise are equipped with 220 volts power generator, air conditioning and desalination system, as well as fishing and snorkeling equipment, to guarantee full autonomy and optimize comfort on board. The following photos are real.
|Sail area||76 sqm|
|Cabins||4 double+ 1 crew|
|Berths||8 + 1 crew|
|Extra||Electrical generator 220V, watermaker and A/C|
BeBlue reserves the right to substitute the boat presented in the catalog ( or not included in the catalog ) with another boat of similar class and characteristics.