25% off Maldives liveaboard trips in May

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25% off Maldives liveaboard trips in May

A discount of 25% off Maldives packages aboard M/Y blue Voyager is being offered by blue o two for all departures in May 2017.

The 37m steel-hulled  M/Y blue Voyager boasts 13 cabins as well as an outdoor Jacuzzi, a shaded seating area and three sun decks.

“One of the most outstanding features of M/Y blue Voyager is the custom-built diving-support dhoni blue Shadow,” says blue o two.

“This new 19m dhoni is spacious, fast, and equipped with all the modern conveniences that divers require. Each diver has their own station with plenty of space to store gear and kit up, and the dhoni crew are ready to assist. There are two toilets with showers located inside the main deck plus two handheld showers and separate camera and equipment rinse tanks.

Other current blue o two offers include:

  • A group-booking incentive available for M/Y blue Voyager or M/V Sea Spirit offering a free trip for one diver for every five full-paying divers;
  • A Maldives offer for its Loyalty Club members giving every guest booking a package on M/Y blue Voyager or M/V Sea Spirit entitlement to a 50% saving for another diver.

Details: www.blueotwo.com



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