Discover Maldives with Dilan’s yacht tours

A yacht is known as a ‘liveaboard’ in Asia. 100 ft long and 30 ft wide, with an average number of 4 to 15 cabins, they can provide a different and exciting holiday.

Travel professional Dilan Jay is now offering yacht tours in Maldives to those travellers who want to enjoy, explore and experience the Asian surf breaks, dive sites and the Asian ‘liveaboards’. His new tour is geared to provide the best information available on Asian surf breaks and scuba diving and cruising.

Whether you are into diving, surfing, game fishing or just cruising, a liveaboard is a dream holiday. South East Asia and the Indian Ocean are the world’s hotspot of marine biodiversity and therefore the most ideal region for liveaboards.

Few places enjoy richer waters or such an abundance of marine life. The ‘liveaboard’ industry in this region has proliferated immensely in the last couple of years with the diverse options the region offers - from cruising along the Maldive Islands with its white sandy beaches and turquoise lagoons to surfing and diving.

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