MALDIVES Liveaboard Holidays
MV Emperor Voyager
LUXURY LIVEABOARD HOLIDAYS TO MALDIVES
A luxury modern, spacious liveaboard built to a high standard, Emperor Voyager is a 30 metre boat accommodating 20 guests in 9 twin and 1 double cabins, all ensuite with air-con and fan.
The FREE places below relate to the ‘boat space’ and do not include flights.
6 pay full price – 1 free
12 pay full price – 2 free
17 pay full price – 3 free
The main deck has a large outdoor dining table and a corner bar and drinks area. There are several tables inside for relaxing.
On the upper deck are comfy sofas, whilst outside is the VIP lounge with sofas and chairs facing the sea where relaxation and aperitifs are the order of the day.
The sundeck is the perfect place for catching those sunrays and simply relaxing.
9 twin and 1 double cabins, all ensuite with air-con and fan.
Upper Deck – 2 twin bed cabins
Main Deck – 1 twin bed cabin
Lower Deck – 3 double bed cabins & 4 twin bed cabins
Specification: Type: Wooden hull, Year built: 2004 (refurbished 2014), Length: 30m, Beam: 9m, Engine: 360 Hp Doosan Daewoo, Generators: 2 x 27 KW Kohler / 1 x 25 KW Onan, Water Makers: 8 Tonnes/24h RO Plant, Large diving dhoni fully equipped with compressors, tanks and oxygen kits.
Navigation / Safety: VHF radio, GPS chart plotter, Telephone, Mobile, Oxygen, First aid Equipment, Life Jackets, Life Rafts, Fire System
Dive Routes Include:
The Best of the Maldives: Rasdhoo Atoll, North Ari Atoll, South Ari Atoll, South Male Atoll, Vaavu Atoll and North Male Atoll
All diving is done from her large dhoni tender, giving you more living space on board and getting you to the perfect dive spot every time. Emperor Voyager is rebreather-friendly and able to support Poseidon MKVI, AP vision and manual Megalodon units. She also offers free NITROX, all diving and safety equipment as well as a photography charging station and two dive guides.
Schedule & Available Spaces
JORDAN RESORT DIVING
7 nights / 5 days diving
3 – 10 December 2019
26 January – 03 February 2020
The Dive Diaries
Insights, recommendations and dive experiences from our team
You would think, wouldn’t you, that when you have been to the same location 17 times, that your 18th trip there would be pretty much
“I couldn’t see a life beyond injury, I couldn’t see that road ahead.” A former soldier in the United Kingdom Special Forces Reserve, Jamie Hull
Diving Truk is something of a big wish for lots of divers. It takes a bit of planning and high-end coordination. Which is why the Diverse Travel team found it so pleasing when guest, John Hannah, sent them this warming feedback from his recent trip there.