By Stacey Leasca
Updated March 05, 2020
Courtesy of Four Seasons Resort

Like to think of yourself as the modern-day Jacque Cousteau? This ultra-exclusive cruise through the Maldives is just for you.

For one week only starting on March 9-16, 2020 divers will descend on the Maldives for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure cruise on board the luxury catamaran, the Four Seasons Explorer.

Courtesy of Four Seasons Resort

According to The Four Seasons, the cruise will begin in South Malé Atoll, the first of four lesser-known southern atolls in the Maldives, giving guests unprecedented access to some of the world’s last untouched waters.

On the ship and in the water guests will be guided by a crew of experienced dive masters as well as Four Seasons staffers. The team will take guests on daily explorations in the waters along the Laamu, Huvadhoo, and Fuvahmulah Atolls.

“In these undisturbed and rarely dived waters, adventurers can get lost among shoals of hump head wrasses, grey and white tip reef sharks, eagle rays and barracudas at sites chosen for their incredible array of fish and turtles, vibrant thilas and abundant coral gardens,” Four Seasons explained in a statement. It noted, divers have an extremely high chance of also catching sight of tiger sharks, thresher sharks, hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, and manta rays on their dives.

Courtesy of Four Seasons Resort
Courtesy of Four Seasons Resort

Perhaps best of all, guests will get plenty of one-on-one attention as the catamaran only comes with 11 cabins, which means total guests are limited. And, for those on board, there is still plenty of room to stretch out thanks to the multiple sundecks, open-plan lounges, and even an onboard spa to relax in after a long day of diving.

To book one of the just 22 spots on board contact Original Diving at tel: +44 (0) 20 7978 0505 or email: Ask@originaldiving.com. And, if you can’t make it on this cruise that’s okay. All you need to do is start planning your dive journey to one of these fantastic locations around the world instead.

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