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Welcome to a unique luxury cruise spa experience where traditional Asian therapies and the latest natural holistic treatments are created to embrace your whole being. Each spa treatment is designed to bring deep relaxation, optimum well being and rejuvenation. Yoga classes are offered in the secluded Thai Pavilion, with panoramic views of sea and sky, to energize, balance, strengthen and relax. Let all tensions dissolve with the ebb and flow of the Indian Ocean, as the mind and body are restored to a natural state of peace, harmony and balance.
There are four different room categories. Whatever cabin or suite you choose, you will enjoy spacious air-conditioned accommodation, finished in the most beautiful materials and to the highest standard.
Situated on the main deck, the Manta suites are the largest rooms on-board.
These majestic suites have huge three meters wide panoramic windows, set directly into the hull.
This lavish suite has a truly jaw-dropping en-suite, which houses the largest shower on-board.
Sumptuous and spacious sea star cabins are all situated on the lower deck.
The luxury Maldives itineraries offer you the best of this amazing country! Cruises begin and end on Saturdays. The South and North tours alternate on a weekly basis and will cruise in North and South Male Atoll, Vaavu Atoll, as well as North and South Ari Atoll.
Yoga classes are offered in the secluded Thai pavilion, with panoramic views of sea and sky, to energize, balance, strengthen, and relax. They are available to everybody daily at 07:00. The instructors teach basic of Hatha yoga with an accent on the breathing exercises, pranayamas.
You will experience snorkeling, sunset fishing, sunset cruise, island hopping, sandbank trip, and island barbecue during this journey.
All the instructors are certified yoga instructors from India.
This cruise will be taking you through North and South Male Atoll, Vaavu Atoll, as well as North and South Ari Atoll.
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You will be receiving barbecue on a sandy island and drinking water in this cruise. Canned juices and selection of speciality teas and coffees are also available every morning until the end of breakfast at 09:30. Sunset cocktail with alcoholic drinks will be served at the courtesy of Scubaspa on farewell night.
The restaurant will present the best traditions of fine dining with an international flair. The chef will be offering a varied cuisines, combining fresh produce with the finest wines, whilst delicious refreshments are in constant supply throughout the day from the two bars on-board.
12 spa treatments are included in the price of this holiday.
Please book your flight to arrive at Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (MLE). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Cruise Maldives will pick you up from the airport according to your flight arrival time. For those who are in the Maldives earlier, Cruise Maldives will establish the meeting point at the airport at an individually set time. They will transfer you back to the airport after check out at 10 a.m. or earlier, according to your departure flight time. They kindly request that you arrive no later than 4 p.m. on Saturday afternoons.
"I spent ten days cruising around the Male Atoll and those to the south and enjoyed every moment of it. Not on a luxury boat, big enough just for the twelve of us. Meals were a standout, all fabulously cooked on the boat. I would recommend it! "
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"I spent ten days cruising around the Male Atoll and those to the south and enjoyed every moment of it. Not on a luxury boat, but big enough just for the twelve of us. Meals were stand out, all fabulously cooked on the boat. I would recommend it."
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"This was the perfect trip for us. We are not interested in five star luxury villas as they look so sterile and lonely lined up there one after the other."
"This boat was the perfect size for five of us on the trip which was booked through G Adventures and conducted by Voyages locally. "
"There was a CEO Chief Experience Officer who was a male local and responsible for our seven days. In addition, there were two people who could "drive" the boat and a fourth person, our dedicated chef who created amazing meals in a small kitchen even when we were crossing straights - spans of water between atolls - where the waves some time rocked the boat around. We had three meals plus morning and afternoon "tea". There was plenty of drinking water. A bit sad it was bottled water. All those plastic bottles! They did take all the rubbish back to Male for disposal."
"We snorkelled multiple times every day and the CEO knew where the manta rays are, turtles, sharks (sleeping), and multiple coral reefs with abundant fish. We saw dolphins and sting rays. It was a wonderful trip. At one stage, the CEO took our GoPro and filmed, because he was able to dive deeper and that was wonderful to have that footage. We swam with the manta ray, sensational! They are curious creatures."
"Tip: if you are taking a GoPro get yourself a red filter as this will help the colors to show. "
"I thought of the boat as being a bit like camping except being on the water meant no bugs, mosquitos, or ants! Heaven!!"
"We had clean toilets, warm fresh water showers, and comfortable bunks. They provided clean bed linen, which was refreshed during the trip and nice towels, one bath and one for post swimming. There were clothes lines along the boat. Everything felt salty at the end of the trip."
"They had advised to bring soft baggage or backpack vs hard case and this is definitely essential as there is not much room in the cabin and there are draws under the bunk for storing."
"A few things essential to take: sunscreen and lots of it. The sun is hot and one of our group was badly burnt on the first day. Apply loads of sunscreen the minute you get on the boat. The breeze is cooling and therefore deceptive."
"Take a "rashie" for snorkelling and swimming. "
"We stopped at a couple of small islands and there were mosquitos - definitely need insect repellant."
"There are playing cards and UNO cards on board. There is a library of books, we left a couple of ours. Tip: definitely take your own reading material. You can read at night as there is a generator so there is light for reading."
"Maldives is a Muslim country; do not expect to be drinking alcohol. We didn't miss it."
"The crew were amazing, especially as we were there during 2016 Ramadan and they can only eat between sunset and sunrise. They fed us and took care of us with a level of customer service that is nothing short of exceptional."
"For example, any time any of us were moving about the boat there was a helping hand offered. When using the small dinghy, we used to reach the snorkel reefs there was extra care to ensure we were safe and in and out of the boat with a degree of dignity; even though it's pretty difficult to stay dignified getting in and out of those dinghys! Thank you to our helpers. We travelled a long way in that week and the reefs further away from Male were full of abundant life and fish and corals It was a magic week and I would highly recommend it for anyone wanting an adventure and seeing fish and reefs."
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"When people think of the Maldives, they see luxury lodges and cottages over the turquoise lagoons. Unfortunately, they also see the exorbitant prices for all this luxury. I always wanted to visit the Maldives, but not only could I not afford the prices, I didn't want to be in a fancy lodge with very little chance of seeing the islands, sand banks, and the native people. I am a photographer and adventurer. Fancy dinners and spas meant nothing to me. I was so lucky when I e-mailed Michelle at Koamas Luxury Tours in Male. She arranged a two-week cruise for me aboard the Yasawa Princess. "
"A visitor could also opt for a one-week cruise. We would cruise various Atolls, spend time on deserted islands and sand bars. I have never seen beaches and blue water like those in the Maldives. The Caribbean doesn't come close!!! I spent time swimming in the warm turquoise water, taking many photos, walking along the secluded beaches (no crowds at all) in daily temperatures in the mid to high nineties! There were many opportunities for snorkeling. Some of the people on board were avid scuba divers who went out everyday. There were even some night dives. I am not a scuba diver, but I was shown some of the photos they took. Absolutely amazing!! Sharks, huge manta rays, and fish that had such saturated colors that I thought they were photoshopped! "
"All meals were included (buffet). There was a BBQ night when we were transferred to a beautiful beach (with all the decorations) for a magnificent barbecue. One night a week, we had a Maldivian dinner (native food). Almost everybody really enjoyed it. Unfortunately, it was too hot for me! One of the huge advantages of this trip was the terrific staff. They were tremendous!! They knew everybody by name. I never thought that I was just a number. I was their friend and they were mine! "
"I took over 1000 photos in two weeks. I marvel at the absolutely wonderful time I had. I e-mailed some photos to one of the staff who was with us on the islands! I will never forget this trip. If you truly want to see the beauty of the Maldives (with or without the extra scuba diving), forget the 2500 USD a night and prices for luxury pampering (unless that is your thing). Take a cruise on the Yasawa Princess. I am sure Michelle(at Koamas Tours) can book this tour for you."
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"We bumped into this neat operator (through Google) prior to our departure to the Maldives. We were going to stay in two resorts in the South Male Atoll, merely six kilometers from each other, so we needed an inter-island boat transfer when going from one resort to the other. The prices that were quoted by the two resorts that we were going to stay at, were insane and ridiculous: between 300-360 USD (including taxes) for a 15-minute boat ride! So the cheaper solution came from Cruise Maldives who transferred us for a "mere" 200 USD. Perfect and fast email communication with their reservation desk (thanks Mari!), a comfortable, safe speedboat that showed up on time, and a friendly crew. According to their website, they also do affordable and attractive cruises (i.e. their core business)."
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"We made a day trip with Cruise-Maldives.com. Their service is spotless and they didn't charge us a fortune. "
"We cruised in the morning and head to this sandbank in the middle of the Indian Ocean. We had the place to ourselves. We ate, jumped of the boat's roof deck, we danced, and enjoyed the whole day with friends."
"Overall, a day worth to be glorified and reminisced over and over."
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