The Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard – Overall review rating 9.2 out of 10 and 4.5 stars
If you’re set on scuba diving the Maldives, your next decision is whether you do resort based diving vs scuba dive from a liveaboard. But as you’re reading this Eco Blue liveaboard review, it’s possibly safe to assume you intend to dive from a liveaboard.
Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard review: A review of the Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard reveals a 32 metre (105 feet) custom-built boat for scuba divers. Sleeps 22 scuba divers across 11 cabins with en-suites and air conditioning. Western and local food served buffet style indoors with a saloon and bar. Dive trips of 8 days 7 nights to 15 days 14 nights.
The chance to see whale sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, turtles and more.
Features of Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard
The features that are included with your stay on the Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard are as follows:
- The Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard is 32 metres (105 feet) in length.
- Designed for up to 22 divers across 11 luxurious cabins.
- Cabins have private en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning.
- Daily housekeeping.
- Warm water showers.
- A sun deck for those sun-worshippers who like to relax and enjoy sunbathing in-between dives.
- Food includes western style and local food and is served buffet fashion.
- Specific dietary requirements can be catered for including vegetarian options.
- Indoor air conditioned saloon with bar.
- Paid for internet.
- Nitrox available at an extra charge.
- Non-divers are welcome.
- Scuba diving facilities include: DIN adaptors, separate rinse for underwater cameras and equipment and scuba gear rentals.
- Stand up paddle-boards on board.
Maldives Eco Blue scuba diving
The diving from the spacious Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard is highly rated and she was custom-built for scuba diving. On this scuba diving liveaboard, you’ll be in the hands of experienced and professional crew.
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Scuba diving options on the Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard:
- Central Atols (Male Atoll, North Ari Atoll etc) to Baa Atoll including Hanifaru Bay – 8 days 7 nights. 17 dives in total. Advanced open water certification required or similar + no minimum logged dives. The chance to see marine life that includes grey reef sharks, white tip reef sharks, nurse sharks, big schools of snappers, jack fishers, fusiliers, barracudas, moray eels and dogtooth tunas. You also see eagle rays, hawks-bill turtles, napoleon wrasse and of course the magnificent manta rays, and huge whale sharks.
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Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard review by customers
Scuba divers that have stayed on the Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard comments include: From start to finish the crew’s service and friendliness has been outstanding; Manta Rays, Pilot Whale Pod on trip south; Absolutely brilliant dive trip!!! Best guides I’ve ever met.
Here’s a review by a customer who rated the Maldives Eco Blue liveaboard 9.6 out of 10 and 5 stars:
Very competent dive guides that respect sea creatures. “Incredible encounters with manta rays. Great nurse shark night encounter, this was my fourth time doing this night time shark dive with different boats and this was the best approach to these animals.” Recommended for: Very good dive guides, very respectful of sea life, great manta and shark encounters, nice island visits.Carolyn S, United States
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