Emperor Atoll Liveaboard in Maldives is the most intimate of all the boats in the Emperor Maldives fleet. She measures 26 metres in length and only takes 12 guests on board. Guests are comfortably accommodated in 6 twin/double air-conditioned, en-suite cabins, with a full-size double bed with a single bunk bed above.
On the main deck is a large indoor lounge with four separate seating and table areas. There is a 38″ LCD flat screen TV with DVD player, home theatre system and library. For underwater video and photography enthusiasts, there are plenty of recharging points and playback facilities. Wi-Fi is available when there is a signal and is charged per week.
Emperor Atoll is fully licensed to sell soft drinks, beer, wine and spirits. Complimentary tea, coffee and drinking water are available throughout the day. In good weather, meals are enjoyed al fresco. The food is renowned for its excellent quality, with an impressive variety of both local and European dishes. Guests with special dietary needs are happily accommodated with advance notice.
Soak up some rays or relax in the shade on the sundeck, equipped with comfortable sun loungers. A large swim platform allows for easy access to the water. Here you will find freshwater showers and camera rinse tanks.
Diving is done from the boat or accompanying dhoni, depending on the dive site and conditions.
As Emperor Atoll is a smaller boat, she can offer much more personalised service and attention, with a particular emphasis on helping new divers wishing to gain experience. The size of this boat is also ideal for dive centres and small groups to charter. If your group has a high level of experience, the guides can arrange more challenging dives for you.
As with all Emperor Maldives boats, Nitrox is free. As an added benefit, Emperor Atoll is rebreather friendly, supporting several units.
Non-divers are very welcome and are entitled to complimentary use of snorkelling gear and a $50 voucher to spend on board.
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