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If you are looking for a scuba diving holiday in the Maldives, look no further. The best way to experience Maldives’ under water scuba diving paradise is to join one of our luxurious liveaboards the Carpe Diem or the Carpe Vita.
You will be cruising in style, pampered by our crew, while scuba diving 3 to 4 times a day, guided by our experienced Maldivian dive guides. During our 7 or 10 night liveaboard cruises throughout the year, we will do our utmost best to show you a little bit of everything the Maldives has to offer. From the big “stuff” like whale sharks, manta rays, sharks to the small nudibranches, shrimps, ghost pipe fishes and much much more. Come and ‘ Seize the Day’ – Carpe Diem – with us and book your liveaboard holiday now.
We are also pleased to inform you that as of 2012 we have started wave surfing trips during summer time, which we will continue to offer in the next years.
Air Conditioning, En-Suite, Equipment Hire, Non-Divers, Paid Nitrox, DIN, Meals included, Valve Adapters, Yoke
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The Carpe Vita is a beautiful boat, luxurious in every way. Spacious cabins, comfortable common areas with air conditioning and enough seating for all the passengers. The crew was friendly and helpful, the divemasters were patient with divers at all skill levels and were excellent critter finders.
We dove North and South Male Atolls, North and South Ari Atoll and Vaavu Atoll. The diving was spectacular: something for everyone, spotted eagle rays, Manta rays, whalesharks, grey & white tip reef sharks, turtles, napoleon (bumphead) wrasse and huge schools of reef fish. Along with the big stuff, there were plenty of anemones of all colors, healthy soft corals and hard corals, nudibranchs, bubble shrimp, coral crabs, mantis shrimp and the usual eels and lobster.
The wall dives were beautiful beyond words, so much life and diversity. The conditions were perfect all week, we were able to do drift dives, reef hook dives in channels while looking for sharks (we found them!) and were fortunate to have mantas seek us out for a night dive and then another night dive with nurse sharks, that was probably my favorite of the entire trip.
This trip was wonderful and one that I will repeat, the only change will be that I make sure it's a 10-day trip instead of just seven.
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I would definitely recommend Carpe Vita without hesitation! I had two other groups of friends dive with them prior to my trip and they had a similar experience. While it isn't an inexpensive trip, I do think that it's less than you would pay to stay in landbased resort in the Maldives and you get to see so much more. I was in a lower level cabin and it was spacious and quite comfortable. The Carpe Vita is a bit more than her sister-ship, the Carpe Diem, but you get four dives a day instead of three and some different itineraries. Hope you can make it! It's worth every penny!
Thankyou Tracey. It does seem a good option and even though more expensive than i would normally pay for a holiday it sounds worth it for the diving. I will look online and hope to be on one of the trip soon!
Nice report, thank you. Maldives is definitely on my list to get to.