Save $800 on the Maldives Aggressor21st June 2016 | Sandro Lonardi
Is the Maldives on your diving bucket list? Between manta rays, whale sharks and fascinating pinnacles, the Maldives is a diving wonderland. To help get you to paradise, Diviac Travel is now offering $800 off the Maldives Aggressor. Depart between October 2nd and October 30th to take advantage of this deal. However, this offer must be booked between June 15, 2016 and July 15, 2016.
The Maldives Aggressor sails 4 times in October 2016. Each of these is a departure for the Male and Ari Atoll 7-night itinerary. From Male, you’ll sail through the North and South Male Atolls as well as the Ari Atoll. For five days, you can focus on eating, sleeping and diving before returning to Male on the seventh day.
Keep in mind that this offer cannot be combined with any other money-saving promotion.
Book today and save big on your diving holidays in the Maldives. Paradise is waiting.
The Maldives Aggressor
The Maldives Aggressor is 115 feet (35.05m) long and 26 feet (7.92m) wide, and provides a wide range of diving fun. The boat was built with diver’s in mind, ensuring you enjoy every amenity necessary for a great liveaboard vacation.
There are 3 cabin types aboard the Maldives Aggressor: deluxe staterooms, twin staterooms and value twin staterooms. There is also AC on the boat. For your entertainment, the Maldives Aggressor offers a range of activity choices including movies, library, games and fish identification books and snorkeling.
The team of 10 ensures all divers enjoy a comfortable and safe experience aboard this ship.
Enjoy and explore some of the most exciting dive spots in the world - Lankan Manta Point, Banana Reef, Maldives Victory, Embudhoo Kandu, Kandooma Thila. After an exhilarating diving day aboard the Maldives Aggressor unwind on the sundeck or at the bar, enjoy fresh food or rest in your state cabin.
Scattered pearls in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives’ warm waters are a great place to see mantas rays, whale sharks and an incredible rich array of colourful reefs and fish.
Diving in the Maldives is a dream. Warm water, stunning marine life and all the comfort you ever wanted can be found around these islands.
Due to the sometimes very strong current, most of the dives in the Maldives are drift dives. You’ll jump into the water and glide along the reef in the direction that the current is going. The boat will come and pick you up when you surface.
There are mainly two typologies of dive sites:
Kandu: kandus are “channels”, drift dives along walls. They’re great locations for finding big pelagic fish and for covering long distances. Thila: thila are submerged pinnacles that can also experience heavy current. Here you can see colourful reefs and marine life.
- The deal is valid for all new bookings made between June 15 and July 15, 2016.
- The liveaboard trip must depart between October 2 and October 30, 2016.
- Money saving specials and other promotions don't apply.