Ocean Sapphire Liveaboard

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The Ocean Sapphire is a luxurious liveaboard offering 2 different itineraries to explore the magnificent Maldives. Guests can opt for the Magic of Mantas route or the Best of Maldives route and are most unlikely to be disappointed with either itinerary. Custom-made to cater to its diving guests’ every need, the Ocean Sapphire can host up to 22 guests.

Ocean Sapphire

The Ocean Sapphire Liveaboard

Guests on board the Ocean Sapphire can opt to stay in any one of 11 roomy and comfortable cabins. All the cabins are air-conditioned and have en-suite bathroom facilities, however the top-deck cabins (which are suited for double occupancy) also feature a bath tub for added relaxation. Ocean Sapphire guests also have a saloon and dining room at their disposal as well as open-air seating with fantastic views from the vessel’s on-board bar. There is a spacious sundeck on-board as well as a Jacuzzi, adding to the wonderful comforts of this unique liveabaord.

Divers will descend into the blue waters by way of the Ocean Sapphire’s diving dhoni which gives each diver plenty of room to kit up and get ready. Diving in the Maldives is almost guaranteed to be fantastic, with great visibility, pleasant conditions and the exciting knowledge that a beautiful manta ray may be just around the bend. The dive sites generally offer an abundance of vibrant coral species, large schools of smaller fish, hammerheads and possibly even whale shark sightings.


The Ocean Sapphire provides comfortable accommodation for up to 22 guests. There are 11 airy cabins all of which are air-conditioned and en-suite. The cabins include a TV, closet and a dressing table with chair. Cabins are arranged over the upper and lower decks and details can be found below:

4 Double Cabins (Upper Deck)

The upper deck doubles have a double bed and a relaxing tub for bathing.

4 Double Cabins (Lower Deck)

The double cabins found on the lower deck have a double bed and a single bed. The en-suite bathroom includes a shower.

2 Twin Cabins (Lower Deck)

The twin cabins have 2 single beds, not arranged into bunks. The bathroom features a shower cubicle.

1 Family Cabin (Lower Deck)

There is a small double and a regular size single bed within the Family Cabin on the lower deck. The en-suite bathroom has a tub for relaxed bathing after a long day of diving.

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