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Dolphin jumping out of the water in the Madlives

Luxury Yacht Charter Activities Not to Be Missed This Summer

There is no better place to go whale or dolphin watching than in the Maldives on board your luxury charter yacht this summer.

The fabulous islands and coral reefs of the Maldives are postcard worthy, with swaying palm trees, alabaster sandy beaches and azure lagoons. This exotic paradise is a stunning luxury yacht charter destination, and, ranking among the top five places in the world for whale and dolphin watching, provides the wonderful opportunity for a yacht charter vacation with a difference. Cruise out to sea and spot the majestic blue whale or marvel at the acrobatic dolphins in the warm waters closer to the shore.

There are few places in the world where you will get the chance to see the ‘Big Three’ - Sperm whales, baleen whales and the enormous blue whales - all of which reguarly grace these shores. Boasting more than 20 different dolphin and whale species, including rare breeds such as dwarf sperm and goose-beaked whales, The Maldives waters house an abundance of marine life, meaning you may never go a day without viewing one of these exceptional creatures.

Witness the spinner dolphins in their thousands as they glide around the islands, acting playfully by day and feeding offshore at night. You will never have a better chance to see wild dolphins in their natural environment than in the Maldives.

Chartering a luxury yacht means you waste no time having to track down the infamous blue whale - the wildlife is right on your doorstep. An impressive selection of luxury yachts are currently available for charter in the Maldives. Take a look at the selection below for your chance to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime:

The 40 metre charter yacht Orion

The 30 metre Azimut charter yacht The Sultans Way 007

The 30 metre Azimut charter yacht The Sultans Way 001

The 28 metre custom charter yacht Aurora

Chartering a luxury yacht means you waste no time having to track down the infamous blue whale - the wildlife is right on your doorstep.


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