The Maldives newly built motorized Safari Cruiser is a sturdy wooden structure combining traditional Maldivian boat building with Modern engineering. Most of the interior décor and furnishing in the vessel are handcrafted. This luxury cruiser offers you the cruise of a lifetime, gently traversing the clear lagoons and blue seas of the Maldives. Imagine yourself, with a glass of wine, relaxing on the sundeck of this magnificent vessel, basking in the warm glow of the setting tropical sun, with kaleidoscopic colour on the horizon.
Safari Cruiser offers you a relaxing cruise with locally built luxury safari Cruiser to experience the breathtaking views and scenery in Maldivian sea life to enjoy your holiday with sea and sand and nature. Our Sea and Sun Maldives have been planned with both the restless and adventurous as well as the person getting away from a hectic lifestyle for peace and quiet in mind. You could either surf, snorkel or dive, or if you would rather a slower pace, simply relax in the tranquil setting of calm and peaceful sea or lagoon, with just dolphins and a variety of tropical fish for company, or maybe you would rather just dip the line and break the record in fishing...night fishing, big game or simply trawling.
The cruisers will normally anchor at a resort island for the night, except otherwise requested.
Each tour begins in Male', the capital, and covers two or three atolls or more depending on the duration. The cruising is done during the daylight hours, passing by palm-fringed islands set over sugar-white sand beaches and turquoise lagoons. Normally the vessel is anchored in calm water by sunset, sometimes near an uninhabited island or a deserted sand bank, sometimes near an inhabited island, affording our guests an opportunity to witness the local arts, crafts and singing and dancing called boduberu. Barbeque on a deserted island is an enchanting experience. The water temperature pleasantly varies between 83° and 86° degrees Fahrenheit (28°-30° Celsius). The air temperature averages 86°F (30°C).