Carpe Vita

Description:

Carpe VitaThe M/V Carpe Vita is a 125-foot wooden-hull safari yacht with a 65-foot custom matching dhoni built by one of the Maldives’ most accomplished boat builders. It provides guests with an exceptional and luxurious yachting experience with its large hotel-style staterooms, Jacuzzi and unmatched open-air comfort.

On the vessel you will find an indoor salon/restaurant that includes a lounge and TV area,  outdoor shaded sitting area complete with comfortable cushioned benches, a galley equipped with spacious commercial refrigerators/freezers, an office, common restroom, dive equipment rental/storage area, swim platform, al-fresco dining area with a fully equipped main bar, a Sundeck with an ample shaded area and a Jacuzzi.

Accommodation:

This 20-passenger vessel has 10 cabins all offering a private bath and shower, separately controlled air-conditioning and plenty of storage space. The 2 upper deck VIP Suites are very large with a king bed or double beds and study area; the 2 Main Deck Staterooms can accommodate 2 individual with 2 double beds or a couple in 1 queen; the 6 Lower Deck Staterooms offer a queen bed and a twin bed.

Diving:

Staffed by a crew of 13, the Carpe Vita is ideally sized and equipped for divers. Four dives are conducted daily directly from a 65-foot Dhoni, which is fully equipped with a bathroom, hot-water showers and air and nitrox compressors. The dhoni is well-stocked with quality diving gear for each guest for those passing through the area as part of a longer trip; nonetheless, the crew's experience and qualifications are well suited for those traveling specifically to experience one of the most amazing diving destinations in the world.

The reefs of the Maldives are teeming with life and divers encounter many different species found in few other places. There are lion fish, anemone fish, octopus as well as many species of moray eels. The Maldives are also known for the big animals. Whale sharks, mantas, and dolphins are often seen and sea turtles are seen on almost every dive. It's not unusual to find sleeping white tip reef sharks during the day dives and then see them hunting at night. The dive guides are very good at finding rare creatures like blue ribbon eels, frog fish and scorpion fish. The coral reefs in the Maldives are healthy and colorful with schools of beautiful tropical fish in abundance. Diving with Mantas, wreck dives and very exciting channel dives are also offered during the week.

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