Leo Liveaboard

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MV Leo Maldives liveaboard operates 7-night and 10-night scuba diving trips where you can experience diving with manta rays and whale sharks at Male and Ari atolls.

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The MV Leo Maldives Liveaboard

This dedicated diving vessel stretches a generous 35m and provides accommodation for 20 divers across 10 en-suite cabins.

Dive Facilities

All scuba diving is carried out from a separate 14m diving dhoni, on which you will store your dive equipment for the duration of your dive safari.

Tanks are filled at their station so once you have set up your equipment once, there is no need to worry about a thing.

As well as 30 x scuba cylinders, the dhoni also carries medical kits, oxygen kits and has 2 compressors on board.

Nitrox is FREE and there is also support for rebreather diving (supporting Poseidon MKVI, AP vision and Megaladon manual units).

Every diver is required to be carry a Surface Marker Buoy (SMB) on each dive and you must also wear a dive computer.

General Facilities

This 3 deck liveaboard has plenty of amenities to keep you entertained whilst you are on board.

On the main deck you’ll find a spacious lounge and adjoining dining area. Relax on the sofas or enjoy a cocktail at the well stocked bar. At the bow you will discover a hot water jacuzzi and wooden decking area, which comes alive each evening with ambient lighting.

The wheelhouse is location on the upper deck, as is the executive suite and another double cabin. There is a small seating area at the rear of this deck where you can sit and relax.

On the top deck you’ll find a part-shaded sun-deck and wooden cushioned sun loungers, complete with mattresses.

On the lower deck you will find the guest cabin accommodation.

WiFi is available on board, though the availability and signal strength depends on the area. Internet may be not available at some places while cruising. There are no public devices that connect so you’ll need to take your own computer, tablet or smart phone to connect. WiFi is chargeable at a cost of $20 USD per week.

Menu

Meals on board are served buffet style.

Cabins

The Leo liveaboard can sleep a maximum of 20 guests across its 10 staterooms. Each of the 10 cabins is air-conditioned with a private bathroom, safe, hairdryer, minibar and TV with DVD player.

4 Double Staterooms (Lower Deck)

The double staterooms have a queen size bed and a porthole.

4 Twin Staterooms (Lower Deck)

The twin rooms have 2 twin beds and a porthole.

1 Double Stateroom (Upper Deck)

The double room on the upper deck has a window and a queen size bed.

1 Executive Suite (Upper Deck)

The executive suite has a window, a queen size bed and a bathtub in the bathroom.

Tommy, Bulgaria September 18, 2017

I really enjoyed my 7 night trip to the Maldives in December.

Having a designed diving dhoni made all the difference as diving was a simple affair with everyone having enough space to kit up and store their scuba gear.

The dive guides gave very informative briefings and made each diver feel at ease before entering the water each time, which I really appreciated as I hadn’t been diving for quite some time. It was wonderful to see the large marine life such as whale sharks and manta rays.

Recommended for: Professional dive briefings and well-organized dives

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Maria, Denmark September 18, 2017

Everything about the Leo Liveaboard experience was fantastic and I couldn’t fault a single thing.

The crew members were very dedicated to providing exceptional service and the diving team was very professional and knowledgeable.

The food followed a wide variation and there was always plenty to spare. The boat itself is quite luxurious for a liveaboard and it was especially nice to relax in the common areas in the time between diving.

Overall it is an experience I would highly recommend, especially as we got to dive with so many large creatures – whale sharks, mantas and nurse sharks, sometimes all in one day… simply fantastic!

Recommended for: Diving with nurse sharks

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