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Blue Horizon Liveaboards

Blue Horizon Liveaboards

Blue Horizon Liveaboards

Blue Horizon has 3 liveaboards at the moment from basic to deluxe standard of vessels. With more than 20 years of experience, Blue Horizon Team can arrange your dive holidays to the areas where the action is. Maldives is 99% sea and 1% land archipilago consisting of 1’190 islands and with Blue Horizon team you get to see and Enjoy more of the Maldives. Come and enjoy rush of adrenalin in comfort and great atmosphere.

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Blue Horizon, Maldives Islands.1st Floor, H. Light Grey, Male’. (near UN Building).

Horizon Rani

Horizon II

Diving Seasons of Maldives.

  • The southwest season (May to October)
  • The end of May generally sees the change of monsoon season from southwest. The diving on the west side of the atoll in the southwest season is spectacular. You will regularly encounter large schools of pelagic fish like sharks, eagle rays and tuna.
  • Another noticeable feature of the southwest season is that the water temperature is usually one or two degrees lower that the usual 28º C (82ºF). This has an effect on both the behaviour and sightings of marine life, particularly the grey reef sharks and hammerheads , which seem to congregate in larger numbers and in shallower water at this time of year.
  • On the eastern side of the atolls, the southwest season is the best time to see manta rays and whale sharks. Here your visibility is not so good, but this is compensated for by the wonderful experience of diving with these huge plankton feeders.
  • The northeast season (November to April)
  • From November onwards the currents begin to flow from the northeast, visibility is superb and there is lots of action in the channels and thilas on the eastern side of the atolls from the sharks and other pelagic species.
  • Currents tend to be stronger in January and then ease as we move into February. From February the waters calm down and the surface of the sea is undisturbed by any major wind or wave action. The doldrums continue through March and April with easy diving and slack currents.
  • Throughout the northeast season, pelagic species such as shark and jacks are to be found on the current points on the eastern side of the atoll. In addition, there is usually a cornucopia of reef life. Manta rays and whale sharks, however, will only really be found on the west side during the northeast season.