Kethi Liveaboard

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The Kethi was built in 1994 and has been cruising the Maldives for a number of years, showing guests from all over the world the fantastic diving and water activities the Maldives has to offer. Measuring 21 meters in length, the Kethi has a cozy indoor saloon/dining area complete with a bar, TV and DVD player, a library, music player and a variety of board games. The front deck is partially shaded and has shaded seating as well as sun beds that give guests maximum sun exposure. Guests can enjoy night time fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, free diving, surfing, island hopping and more. As part of the adventure, guests are treated to an island BBQ on a deserted island.

Guests can dive twice a day and can pay an additional fee to dive more. Dives are led by a friendly and knowledgeable dive guide who will add value to each diving experience by showing divers the best sites and letting them know what marine life to look out for.


The Kethi can comfortably sleep up to 10 guests per trip in any one of its 5 spacious cabins. All cabins have portholes and plenty of storage space.

2 Double Cabins

The double cabins have both a double bed and a single bed arranged in bunk bed style. The 2 double cabins have their own private bathroom.

2 Twin Cabins

The twin cabins each have a bunk bed with 2 extra wide single beds and a private bathroom.

1 Twin Cabin

The twin cabin comes complete with 2 extra wide single size beds arranged into bunk beds. The bathrooms for the twin cabin are located outside the cabin.

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