Our Review of Maldives Boat Club:
Come join the Maldives Boat Club only if you wish to be mesmerised by; colourful marine life, friendly staff whom never fail in going the extra mile and luxury like you've never seen before. There are two live aboard boats to choose from at the Maldives Boat Club, Adora and Stingray. Adora, the 37.5m fibre yacht has 11 spacious cabins all fully air conditioned and with their own private bathroom, you may want to stay in the Superior Room or one with a tranquil view of the ocean, this is all possible on Adora, the Adora, really is one to be adored.
But, worry not! If you're looking to dive on a bit more of a budget, take a trip on the Stingray. Whilst a trip with Stringray lacks in price, it does not lack in comfort. The 31m boat is a combination of traditional Maldivian decor with modern day engineering, it has 9 cabins, that again come all with full air-conditioning and en suites.
The duration of the live aboard varies from 7-days to two-weeks, with the most popular trip being The Best of the Maldives. And it really is the best of the Maldives. Depending on the season, during this week you can expect to dive amongst, caves, pinnacles bejewelled with sessile life, healthy and bright coral, manta rays, whale sharks, hammerheads and so much more, but basically, expect big fish and beautiful architecture crafted by the underwater world.
Want to know that you're in good hands? Well meet Deko, at the core of the club, with over 6000 logged dives, he is a well-known character and diver on the island! The staff at Maldives Boat Club are what really makes the centre unique, always willing to go the extra mile and make sure that you'll have a stay that is one not to forget!