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Overview of Theia

Theia is launched in January 2010 and offers abundant space for 16 guests (up to 18 guests for full charters). The ship is run by a young team of Maldivian dive safari experts. The brand new vessel boasts tasteful interiors and a professional, attentive crew. Groups and single travelers are welcome.

Accommodation aboard Theia

Accommodation on Theia Liveaboard is provided throughout eight luxurious guest cabins:
Sea View Suites - Both Suites are located on the upper deck and feature one double bed.
Superior Cabins - There are four Superior Cabins located in the lower deck, each with one big double and one single bed and one Superior double bed cabin is available on the main deck.
Deluxe Cabin - Located in the bow of the lower deck, the Deluxe Cabin features one double bed and a day bed.
All cabins have:
  • Air-conditioning
  • Portholes
  • En-suite bathrooms with hot water shower
  • Power supply
  • Room service
  • Towel service
  • Furnished in a modern Asian style
  • 230V / 24 hours
  • Adapters are provide
An air-conditioned saloon is at your disposal with TV, DVD, HiFi, a Playstation 3 and a Wii for your entertainment.

Drink & Dine

The cuisine on board of Theia is a mixture of Asian and European dishes and food service alternates between buffets and table service. Main meals consist of breakfast, lunch and dinner.
All meals are included in the package price, which also includes tea, coffee and one bottle mineral water. Soft drinks, drought beer, wine, spirits and cocktails are available at the bar at moderate prices.

Technical Specification

Built: 2010
Length: 31.5m
Breadth: 9m
Power: 230V / 50Hz supplied by two diesel generators
Max of guests: 16
Number of cabins: 8
Number of crew: 11
Safety Equipment: First aid box, Medical oxygen, Fire extinguishers, Life vests

Diving Facilities

Diving facilities include 2 or 3 dives per day. Every ship is accompanied by a Dhoni, a separate diving vessel, from which all dives are carried out. The dive gear and compressors are kept on the Dhoni for the entire safari and there is no noise on the mother ship, which makes the dive experience extremely comfortable. A DAN emergency case, GPS and oxygen are also on the Dhoni.
12l Aluminium tanks with DIN/INT valves, Lead, Belt
Scuba equipment, Dive insurance

Liveaboards Departures in Maldives

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