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Sachika is a safari vessel built in 2007. The vessel measuring 33 meters in length and equipped with the most modern amenities cuts through the ocean at 12 knots per hour. The ultramodern look of the vessel together with the carefully designed and crafted interior gives the boat a truly magical touch. The experience on board the vessel with its fun filled activities is truly enchanting and offers you the chance to combine the best of both worlds - the beauty above and under the vast Maldivian seas bustling with colorful marine life. The vessel and its spacious rooms are equipped with all the comforts of modern living to ensure uncompromising comfort to you.

How you get there?
A short boat ride of 5 to 10 minutes will take you from the airport to the vessel which is usually anchored in the adjoining lagoon of the island of Hulhumalé

Accomodation

The cabins onboard are of 4 different standards.
3 cabin with king-size beds
1 cabin with 1 single and one double bed
1 cabin with twin bed
4 superior cabins double and single beds

Facilities & Services

Rooms: All rooms are fully air-conditioned, shower, hot/cold water, and private mini bar.

Dining: The vessel has an air-conditioned restaurant serving international and local cuisines on full board basis. Buffets are arranged three times daily and served by friendly and experienced crew.

Others: Other facilities available on board include - DVD and music CD player, Fully equipped dive centre, Salted bar with a wide choice of drinks, Sun-deck with chaise lounge and romantic top-deck star-gazing area, , Snorkeling, introduction to diving for beginners.

Recreation

Diving: Diving takes place from an accompanying smaller vessel which is fully equipped with the most modern equipments for diving available on rent. The vessel offers a diverse range of diving experiences including sunrise dives, wreck dives, night dives (3 dives per day). All diving activities take place under the watchful eyes of PADI qualified English speaking instructors with a vast knowledge of dive sites.