Seafari Explorer Liveaboard

Scuba Diving Tips Did you dive with the Seafari Explorer liveaboard? Please Vote!

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
1.88/5 (8 votes)

It'd be great to hear about your experience!

Click here to share your recommendations Diver Smiley

The Seafari Explorer yacht is a purely blissful experience and is a top choice for many divers exploring the dive sites around the atolls of the Maldives. With standard itineraries ranging in length from 7 nights to 14 nights and stretching north to south, the Seafari Explorer also offers unique itineraries that will give guests the chance to see remote dive sites and cross the Equator. The 7-night itinerary explores the Central Atolls and covers both South and North Male and the atolls at Vavvuu and Ari, whereas the itinerary referred to as the North Atolls explores from Male up to the famous Baa Atoll. Divers can hope to see the impressive manta ray cleaning stations as well as encounter eagle rays, reef sharks and a wide variety of reef fish. For those qualified, Nitrox refills are available onboard.

The Seafari Explorer accommodates a total of 22 guests across its 6 en-suite, air-conditioned cabins. Cabins can offer 2 single beds, 1 double bed or a combination of 1 double and 1 single bed. The Seafari Explorer has 4 spacious decks to choose from, and guests can opt to spend their time in various common areas. The sun deck on the roof-top is a popular place thanks to its comfortable loungers and relaxing hot tub, or guests can choose to spend time in the shaded outdoor lounge. There is also the indoor saloon complete with air-conditioning.

Jan March 29, 2018

I recommend Dune. They are much better.


JANE PATRICE April 06, 2019

Possibly the worst staff ever…especially the French manager and terrible cabins.
This boat is run by the most awful crew of people ever to set foot in the Maldives though the native Maldivian staff are charming.
These Maldivian staff are however sleeping all over the boat lounge and passageways as they have no proper sleeping conditions.
The people who run this organisation have a poor reputation and on one particular trip The crew refused to board the boat with the manager (possibly due to the poor conditions)
A very depressing experience but they have a lot of discounts.
It is however, better to pay more and be properly welcomed and treated by mannerly staff (who know their place is to serve customers).
The whole organisation lacks the character and colour of the maldives and ruins the magic of this beautiful place..who wants to listen to the managers heavy metal after a dive…
So awful..they have no taste.


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *