Liveaboard Review

As a member of the Maldives Boat Yacht Club, a liveaboard experience via Adora offers world-class services in terms of safety, personal attention from the crew members, and assured fun and memories above and under the water, and even within the yacht itself. With reputable cruising experiences since 2014, the yacht has successfully sailed the waters of Maldives and brought forth the most unforgettable diving memories to its guests. Everything that a guest expects from a diving safari is well-provided by the yacht as it is built with the principles of bringing satisfaction to the guests – divers and non-divers alike.

Our Overall Review


Things we like:

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    Several divers reported that the diving experience was great with lots of Manta Rays and Sharks.
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    Many people were happy that the liveaboard was in good condition and offered various activities.
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    Many divers said the naturalist was full of insight and made the hikes very interesting.
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Things we don't like:

  • check-markA couple of people noted that tuna was served regulary and that was not optimal when looking at it from a variety perspective.
  • check-markSome people were taken back by the waves hitting the boat at night.

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Diving on the Adora in the Maldives

With a length of about 38 meters or 123 feet, Adora showcases features and amenities that guests consider as true reflections of what a diving liveaboard should be.

The yacht is stylishly designed with a modern indoor saloon and bar area. It features an entertainment system where guests can watch movies or listen to their favorite music.

For guests who love staying in the sun, the sun deck is a perfect place to be. There are cushioned sunbeds where they can tan or perhaps enjoy the panoramic views from the reclined chairs, or just breathing the fresh sea air.

Apart from the communal areas, the yacht also has a library for some good reads and charging stations to prepare the gear for some underwater photography. Internet is also available.

The Cabins

With its spacious 11 cabins, the yacht can accommodate a maximum of 21 guests. The choices of cabins include Standard Rooms, Ocean View Suites, and Superior Rooms.

Aside from being comfortably large, each cabin is designed with individual temperature control systems, which can be adjusted according to the guest’s preferences. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with hot shower, towels, toiletries, and hairdryer.

There are TV sets in every room with a large library of films and documentaries to choose from.

Food and Beverage

Western and local foods headline the menu of the chef. With ingredients inspired from the best sources, prepared and cooked meticulously by the onboard chef, and served wholeheartedly by the crew – dining is always a nice experience.

With options made available for vegans and vegetarians, no one is certainly left out without trying the delicious food. The dishes are perfectly matched with drinks and desserts and dining can be enjoyed al fresco.

Snacks are well-prepared and served throughout the day with matching drinks – either hot or cold ones. Served in between the full meals or as needed, the snacks provide guests with the necessary energy to refuel their bodies for the next onboard or underwater adventures.

And if you’re looking for beers, cocktails, or wines – the bar area is where these are served.

Dietary restrictions will be accommodated through advanced notices upon booking. Although, it is requested that such restrictions be limited to inclinations to food allergies and religious beliefs.


Offering cruises all year round, Adora takes the guests to the best diving spots across the Maldives. The usual routes include North & South Ari, South Malé, Vaavu and the “wild south. Cruises typically last for 7 nights. Including the dhoni rides and land excursions, the liveaboard lives on to be one of the best diving liveaboards to grace the Maldivian waters.

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