Anastasia liveaboard joins Maldives fleet

Roomy motor yacht has room for 14 guests in complete luxury

Author: Pat
19th July 2012

A roomy new liveaboard named Anastasia has joined Scuba Travel’s fleet of boats in the Maldives.

Described as ‘impressively roomy’ with above average deck and cabin space, the vessel sleeps 14 guests across 7 cabins.

caters for Nitrox and CCR divers

Built of wood and stretching 28 metres stem to stern, the new addition is powered by twin 210hp diesels.

Forget the traditional Gulet or Junk-style boats, Anastasia is a thoroughly modern looking motor yacht. Basic twin guestrooms feature air con, TV and DVD as standard, with a ‘queen bedroom’ most luxurious of all.

There’s a lounge with 32” TV and Wii, saloon and bar, with that all-important sunning space on the upper sundeck.

There are two guides aboard, along with a RIB tender and a duo of compressors. The ship also caters for Nitrox and rebreather divers.

Current itineraries start from £1735 for seven days, including flights. Check out the Scuba Travel website for latest availability… and happy sailing.

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