There is a choice of six vessels to choose from including dhonis, traditional Turkish gulets and two luxurious catamarans.
Being water-based provides the opportunity to thoroughly explore the atoll, discover deserted beaches, go snorkelling or diving, and visit the villages and islands few tourists ever see. A little known fact is that the Maldives is a world-class surfing destination and the boats are ideal for exploring the surf breaks and you are dropped off right in the surf-zone without having to wade and swim out through the breakers.
Prices vary from £80 pp per night to £200 pp per night on a full-board basis. All prices are based on two people sharing a cabin and full occupancy. The holidays afloat can also be combined with a stay on an island, providing a genuine two-centre holiday with a difference.
The Bounty (http://www.fleewinter.co.uk/
The Felicity (http://www.fleewinter.co.uk/
The Stella 1 (http://www.fleewinter.co.uk/
Perfect for a group of friends or a large family, the Stella 1 sleeps 4 people in two bedrooms whilst the slightly larger Stella 2 sleeps 6 people in 2 triple cabins. Both boats have a full crew to look after guests. From £200 pp per night full board.
The most cost effective way in which to enjoy a Maldives Boat Safari is by getting together with a group of friends or extended family. For example a week staying aboard The Bounty costs from £1495 pp when six people share the large 12 berth boat including international flights, transfers and full-board accommodation.
For further information call 020 7112 0019 or visit www.fleewinter.com.