Diving Sites and Trips

Local Dive trips can be organised on almost any day (weather permitting) – usually a minimum number of 4 divers is required for a boat dive.

Wreck Dives, Shore dives, Boat dives, Seal Diving

View some albums of our dive trips.


Maldives 2018


 live aboard luxury

Trip of a lifetime! Live aboard diving in the Maldives.

We are going to try to charter the whole boat to ourselves.

  • Up to 20 dives with tanks, weights and dive guides
  • To / From Sydney
  • Airfares via Singapore with Singapore Airlines
  • Overnight twin share accommodation in Male with breakfast
  • 7 nights twin share accommodation on board MY Maldives Master with 3 meals per day, daily snacks &  soft drinks.
  • Towels and linen

A complex formation of reefs has evolved from a huge volcanic mountain range. Ocean currents have eroded the atolls’ rims creating Channels or “Kandus” that allow water to flow in and out of the atolls to the open ocean. The Channels are deep and narrow, home to larger species feeding on smaller reef life and plankton which is swept through the channels by the ocean currents. The main attractions on Channel dives are the pelagics such as Eagle Rays, Dog Tooth Tuna, and schooling Grey Reef Sharks.

Circular Reefs or “Farus”, normally located in the ocean channels, rise up from the ocean floor. Usually between 1 – 30 metres deep, these reefs generally offer the easiest diving in the Maldives and is where you will find fan corals with macro life such as moray eels, nudibranchs, frog fish, leaf fish and glass fish.

The Maldives is also known for its Manta Cleaning Stations. Here you will find sometimes up to 20 manta rays gracefully hovering over the cleaning station, while cleaning wrasse nibble away at unwanted parasites.

Inside the atolls the currents are weak but on the side facing the open ocean currents can be very strong. Reef life is most prolific on the point of the current and the possibility of spotting macro life is high. There are a few wrecks but Maldives is most famous for its pelagic life – manta rays, whale sharks, reef sharks, hammerhead sharks and turtles are found in the Maldives year round.

Total Price from $4262

You missed :

TRUK (Chuuk) Lagoon June 2017

TIMOR and PALAU 2015



UEPI 2012

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 2011 – live aboard

SEALS at Montague Island 


FIJI 2009 luxury Pearl resort

TONGA – 2008