Extra Indian Ocean trips for MV Sea Queen

Route for diving includes Ari, Rasdhoo and Felidhoo Atolls

Author: Pat
12th September 2013
 

Scuba Tours Worldwide have made some trip changes for their liveaboard MV Sea Queen in the Maldives. 

To give divers more choice, extra seven-night classic ‘Central Atoll’ trips are on the Maldives schedule for the coming ‘high season’ from January to March. These trips will visit all the seasonal hot spots in Ari, Rasdhoo and Felidhoo Atolls, and the spectacular dive sites of North and South Male Atolls.

But if a week isn’t enough for you, in 2014 MV Sea Queen will also be on extended 10 and 12 night trips which travel further afield. The ‘Central Atolls and Beyond’ itineraries take in northern sites including Baa, Raa and Shaviyani, as well as some newly discovered locations.

extended 10 and 12 night trips will travel further afield

If you have already been to the north and want to dive a completely different part of the Maldives, then MV Sea Queen has two special itineraries scheduled for next April. These trips will venture all the way from Male to the Equatorial Far South, or vice versa, diving in all the atolls en route.

You’ll be in safe hands. The experienced crew on board MV Sea Queen know plenty of very remote and exciting sites where divers have the opportunity to see mantas on cleaning stations, channels full of sharks, soft coral walls, and promise some pretty amazing night dives.  

Sounds good doesn’t it? If you want to join the MV Sea Queen on one of her 2014 voyages, give Scuba Tours Worldwide a call on 01284 748010 or check out the website.

 
 
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