Rebuilt in 2002, M/V Sea Spirit is the embodiment of a comfortable and spacious scuba diving liveaboard vessel in the Maldives. Her wooden hull has been specifically designed to optimize sailing throu...
Rebuilt in 2002, M/V Sea Spirit is the embodiment of a comfortable and spacious scuba diving liveaboard vessel in the Maldives. Her wooden hull has been specifically designed to optimize sailing through the waters of the Maldives, while her interior has been fitted out to heighten comfort and relaxation for guests on board.
The M/V Sea Spirit measures 26 meters in length with a beam of 7 meters. She caters to 12 divers and offers 6 en-suite and fully air-conditioned cabins, including two double berth and four double/ twin berth with comfortably fitted interiors. Located on the main deck is the saloon with separate dining and relaxation area. Guests looking to unwind can do so in the saloon and kick back and watch a DVD from the on board DVD library. Aboard the Sea Spirit you can also find a sun deck with superb views of the Indian Ocean.
The coconut palm and the yellow-fin tuna, symbols of the Maldives, say a great deal about this nation of more than a thousand islands. While for dive lovers, Maldives is also a perfect destination for scuba diving. Scuba diving is done at a leisurely drift pace as the Indian Monsoon Current sweeps along the island chains, moving nutrients and divers along. This nutrient-rich water flows up along the walls, feeding the sponges and soft corals clinging to the rock sides. And there are over 1100 species of fish, ranging from colorful reef fish to reef sharks, moray eels, and a wide variety of rays. The M/V Sea Spirit runs a variety of itineraries covering northern, central and southern Atolls around the Maldives, leading divers to famous dive sites such as Dhigala Haa in Baa Atoll and Fushi Kandu in Laamu Atoll and so on.