Nautilus Two dive boat review
The 43 meters Nautilus Two is a liveaboard offering scuba diving cruises in the Maldives. The wooden ship was built in 2007 in the Maldives and fitted with modern equipment. The Nautilus Two’s itineraries are following the seasons but are mostly in Central Maldives, around Male and Ari atolls.
Boat Cabins & Layout
The Nautilus Two can welcome up to 24 divers on-board while journeying through the Maldivian atolls. Indeed, with 12 comfortable cabins and plenty of social areas, the dive boat promises a memorable cruise. The Nautilus Two proudly boasts to have the largest liveaboard cabins in the Maldives with average size of 20 square meters.
Moreover, the cabins feature both a double bed and a single berth as well as a private en-suite bathroom. The bathrooms are spacious as well and fitted with luxurious massage shower heads. Also, the cabins display a desk, a big wardrobe unit, a mirror and under bed storage.
Nautilus Two On-board Facilities
The Nautilus Two offers more than enough communal areas and each are overly spacious. Indeed, even with the cruise at full capacity, it’s possible for each guest to get away from the group and find some intimacy. First, the bow on the main deck features a nice outdoor lounge fitted with cozy couches. That’s also were you will find the jacuzzi tub and a great view of the Maldives. Secondly, the very top deck is an entire sundeck. Indeed, it’s super spacious and displays plenty of sun loungers.
Third and lastly, the interiors on the main deck are beautifully decorated, bringing a luxurious feel to the vessel. Indeed, all of quality wood confection, the dining room and indoor lounge will charm the most discerning guest. There’s plenty of space to comfortably eat with the restaurant like layout with the huge boat shaped buffet. Finally, the lounge boasts plenty of couches, a hi-fi sound system, flat screen television and bar where you can get drinks, beer, wine as well as any beverage.
The 43 meters wooden ship can compare to other big ships of the Maldives such as the Emperor Serenity or the Orion. Indeed, it’s much different from it’s sistership, the Nautilus One, which is way smaller but also welcomes nearly half number of divers.
You can peek at how the diving operation unfolds from the Dheriyaa Dhoni :
Scuba Diving with the Nautilus Two
The Nautilus Two is all equipped with modern navigation and diving technologies. Most noteworthy is that it comes with a separate diving dhoni which is a diving center on itself. Indeed, that allows a noise free and much more spacious mothership.
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Where does this liveaboard dive boat go?
Check out the fabulous places where this dive boat travels to.
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