Ocean Divine Liveaboard

Ocean Divine Liveaboard

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9.8
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  • NitroxSurcharge
  • WifiSurcharge
  • Diving EquipmentNo
  • Tech Diving FriendlyNo
  • Fleet nameOcean Divine
  • Year built2005
  • Length34 m
  • Width9 m
  • Capacity14
  • MaterialWood

Ocean Divine is a luxury Liveaboard, that offers trips to stunning atolls of Maldives.

Boat Interior

Ocean Divine offers accommodation for 14 persons. There are 5 Deluxe cabins and 2 Master cabins on board. All are placed on a lower deck,have private facilities and equipped with individual air conditioning. For more comfort each stateroom supplied with wardrobes and fresh towels.

Lounge area of Ocean Divine is comfortable and spacious, perfect for relaxing after diving day. Here you will find cozy couches, where you can sit and enjoy ocean view in big portholes. Also, there are a lot of outdoor spaces on the board. Nice sunloungers will help you to relax and enjoy the warm rays of Maldivian sun.

Safety

To ensure your safety on board Ocean Divine has life vests, first aid kits, fire alarm fire extinguishers.

Photographer Friendly

Ocean Divine is a photographer friendly boat. Maldives is a famous destination for photo enthusiasts. The boat has a computer, that can be used for downloading photos that been made through the day, also charging points for photo equipment.

Diving on North Atolls

Ocean Divine offers diving on unspoiled dive spots of North Atolls of Maldives, like Lhaviyani and Noonu. Here divers will get a chance to visit manta cleaning station and shark cleaning station, discover walls, reefs, caves and pinnacles.

Itinerary

Ocean Divine itineraries include diving at The North and South Maldivian Atolls, visiting of Central Atolls, so you can see all treasures of this unforgettable country. Central Atolls represented by Laamu and Male. This destination is best for channel dives and also it’s a good opportunity to meet hammerheads. Southern Atolls is all about sharks. Whale sharks are often can be met here.

When to Go

Although diving on Maldives is available all year round, time from November to May considered as the best for diving here.

So if you are looking for luxurious and comfortable boat that can offer diving at all the most attractive diving destination of Maldives than Ocean Divine can be a perfect choice for you

 

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CabinsView deck plan

Master Stateroom

Master Stateroom

Deck:
Lower deck
Bedding:
Double bed + Twin bed (bunk-style)
Max occupancy:
2
Ensuite bathroom:
Yes
Aircon:
Yes
Number of Cabins:
2
Double lower bed /single upper bed, private facilities, porthole view, mirrored wardrobe, bathrobes, toiletries, fresh bath towels daily, independent AC units. If you are travelling with family or friends and you are interested in triple occupancy please make a request during your reservation
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Deluxe Staterooms

Deluxe Staterooms

Deck:
Lower deck
Bedding:
Double bed + Twin bed
Max occupancy:
2
Ensuite bathroom:
Yes
Aircon:
Yes
Number of Cabins:
5
One single bed, one double bed, private facilities, porthole view, mirrored wardrobe, bathrobes, toiletries, fresh bath towels daily, independent AC units. If you are travelling with family or friends and you are interested in triple occupancy please make a request during your reservation
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Amenities

Boat specification

  • Fleet nameOcean Divine
  • Year built2005
  • Length34 m
  • Width9 m
  • Capacity14
  • MaterialWood
  • LanguagesEnglish, French, German
  • Handicapped FriendlyNo
  • Number of cabins7
  • Generator2 x ONAN 35 KVA gensets
  • Compressors3 x Mariner BAUER
  • Tenders3 tenders - Dive boat 52 feet, 2 dhingy 18 feet, 85 HP engine and 11ft 15 HP
  • Power plugs onboard220v
  • Freshwater maker10 000 liters per day
  • On-board payment methodsCash
  • Water capacity8000 liter
  • Fuel capacity7000 liter

Crew

Ibrahim - Captain
Adam Shareef - Dhoni captain
Latheef - Maintenance
Maheesh - Chef
Razu - Second Chief
Chris - Barman
Harviy - Masseuse
Shifnad - Nitrox, Compressor Boy
Youssouf - Waiter and Room Boy
Hassan - Waiter and Room Boy
Ihusaanm - Waiter and Room Boy

Onboard Facilities

  • Laundry Service
  • Massage
  • Onboard Kayaks
  • Audio & Video Entertainment
  • Air Conditioned Saloon
  • Sun Deck
  • Sun Loungers
  • Open Air Saloon
  • Indoor Saloon
  • Bar
  • Child Friendly
  • Non-Diver (Snorkeler) Friendly
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi
  • SPA
  • Land Excursions
  • Fishing

Cabin Facilities

  • TV in Cabins
  • Air Conditioning
  • En-suite Cabins
  • Wall Fan
  • Lockable Storage
  • Towels
  • Bathrobe
  • Hairdryer
  • Toiletries

Food & drinks

  • Western Food
  • Local Food
  • Dietary Restrictions
  • Buffet Style
  • Alcoholic Beverages and Spirits
  • A La Carte
  • Hot & Soft Drinks and Cold
  • Snacks All Day

Photography Facilities

  • Camera & Photography Station
  • Separate Rinsing Tanks for U/W Camera
  • Camera Table
  • Special Storage for U/W Camera
  • Charging Stations

Diving and Safety

  • Radar
  • GPS Tracking
  • Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
  • Life Rafts
  • Life Jackets
  • Fire Fighting Equipment
  • Emergency Oxygen
  • First Aid Kits
  • Sounder
  • Satellite Phone
  • Bilge Pump Alarm
  • Searchlight
  • EPIRB (emergency position indicating radio beacon)
  • Emergency Flares
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Life Rings

Diving Facilities

  • Warm Water Showers
  • Rebreather Support
  • Compressors
  • Rinse Hosts
  • Tenders for Diving
  • Tech Diving
  • Dive Deck
  • Valve Fittings
  • Personal Storage Space

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9.75

Ocean Divine, MaldivesVerified review

Spent the second week in January on the Ocean Divine...beautiful boat/accomodations, very good food, excellent service. The highlight of the trip was diving with the manta rays. Unfortunately 80% of the coral in the Maldives, at least in Ari Atoll where we were, has died. The fish are beautiful and brightly colored, but it was sad to see all of the devasted reefs. I wish I had gone diving there last year before El Nino came along...
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