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Big pelagics means it’s time to dive the Maldives

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Strong currents mean big pelagic encounters in the Maldives especially between January and April when sightings increase on the eastern side of the atolls.

Guests of Constellation Fleet Maldives have enjoyed some super sightings of mantas, whale sharks and marine life throughout 2015 and they say 2016 is shaping up nicely.

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With three established liveaboards, MV Leo, MV Orion and MV Virgo, covering a choice of routes from Best of the Maldives to Manta Madness, guests can confidently book their liveaboard holiday and enjoy savings on some special sailings in January from just USD 2018.00 on MV Orion to the ‘South Central 7 Atolls’.

0715 Orion anchored at sea ext

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What’s included?

Prices are per person sharing a twin/double cabin.
Shared cabin; 7 nights; 6 days’ diving, 3 meals a day; afternoon snacks; 1 BBQ dinner on uninhabited island (weather allowing); unlimited drinking water, tea, coffee; total of 17 dives (inc 1 night dive); guide, tanks, weights. Free Nitrox; return airport transfer; Government taxes and bed tax; separate diving dhoni.

All Constellation Fleet liveaboards offer free Nitrox.

Of course, the Maldives is an ideal year-round dive destination with mantas, whale sharks, turtles, reef sharks and hammerheads around all the time and the Constellation Fleet crew so experienced they know where to head for to find them.

Contact Constellation Fleet to book but be quick as these are going to go quickly.

For more information, visit www.constellation-fleet.com



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