Индийский океан

Мале - Мале. Пример маршрута для парусного катамарана

Аренда яхты на Мальдивах - пример маршрута из Мале для парусного катамарана 


Day 1: Arrive at Banana Reef (North Male’ Atoll), a superb snorkeling site where visitors often see manta rays. Set sail towards the South Male’ Atoll and anchor in front of Gulhi Island. Dinner will be served at the anchorage there.


Day 2: Visit Gulhi Island the island and its peaceful little fishing village, where you’ll also see a small shipyard building local boats. Discover a paradise on earth, lunching at anchorage, swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking. Then sail towards the Ari Atoll and moor in front of Bodu Kaashi Huraa – an uninhabited island surrounded by a reef with abundance of marine life. Spend your evening anchored here.


Day 3: Visit Omadhoo Island’s fishing village with its beautiful white and green houses, which are embellished with well-kept gardens of breadfruit and mango trees. Take a walk through the village, pass through a small shadowed forest, and arrive at a shimmering white sand beach. After lunch, sail towards Meerufenfushi, one of the most breathtaking islands in the Maldives sheltered by a small lagoon.


Day 4: Come to the reef near Lily Beach at South Ari Atoll. In the morning, swim, kayak, snorkel, and relax. After breakfast, sail towards Raiy Dhiggaa or Dhigghiri – a private island with only two habitants. Both the islands are great spots to collect some shells and admire the elegant sea birds.


Day 5: Spend the early morning doing water sports or simply relaxing in paradise. After breakfast, sail towards Ranvaeli Beach Resorts. Guests can use the amenities of the resort such as the beach, the surrounding lagoon for snorkeling, and the restaurant and bars. In the late afternoon the boat will sail for Daghetti Island, where the small village seems to be pleasantly stuck in time. Eat dinner at anchorage.


Day 6: After breakfast, visit the village on Daghetti and its local history museum. Boutiques abound, but the true pride of the habitants is a huge, ancient banyan tree. After lunch, sail towards the South Male’ Atoll. Snorkel or relax on the sand bank, then cruise to Guraidhoo Island to visit the souvenir shops.


Day 7: Stay on Guraidhoo for breakfast, swimming, and snorkeling, then  cruise to Maadhoo Finolhu (South Male’ Atoll) or Kud Bandos (Noth Male’ Atoll).


Day 8: Hulhumale Lagoon