We have different kinds of boats available for diving, from spacious traditional dive dhonies to smaller speedboats.
We have top of the line dive equipment available for your use.
Included in the diving price for both, courses and fun dives are:
- Dive computer
- Tanks (including Nitrox for certified divers)
- Boat rides
Please note that our wetsuits are 3mm shorties and our fins are full foot fins – if you prefer different equipment please bring your own.
Absolutely, if you have a 67mm thread on your housing and cannot find the right model, you can always use an adapter-ring like the one which is usually shipped with the Nauticam SMC:
If you don’t have this adapter-ring, have a look at this product:
Please ask for more details.
You will be required to complete a medical and liability release in order to participate in any diving activities. Should you have any medical issues or concerns on eligibility, please inquire with us if this will affect your diving or consult a doctor prior to booking any services.
Here is a price list of dive activities with Deep Blue Divers:
Have you ever tried scuba diving with a Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV)? Deep Blue Divers has state of the art, powerful and hands-free DPVs which are guaranteed to thrill and ramp up the adventure! You’ll feel like you’re flying underwater and can also explore a larger area of the dive site while eliminating the need to kick. A must-try for certified divers looking for a brilliant adventure!
What about Fluro night diving? We also offer the extraordinary night dive with UV lights and yellow filters – see the underwater world in a different light!
Manta rays are known as the gentle giants of the ocean and here at Six Senses Laamu, although sightings are not guaranteed, we are lucky enough to be able to encounter them year-round. Join the Manta Trust and Deep Blue Divers to explore our local manta point, Hithadhoo Corner and dive with the manta rays of Laamu. Each of the manta rays has a unique spot pattern on their belly which allows them to be individually identified. Before the dive, a researcher from the Manta Trust will give a briefing on how to take the perfect ID shot, how to interact with manta rays, provide insight into the research being carried out and answer any manta related questions you may have. After returning to the resort you will be emailed a Manta Memo including photos and information about the manta rays encountered on your dive. This exciting dive is suitable for confident, certified divers but due to the strong currents which are sometimes encountered at this site, a prior dive must be completed with Deep Blue Divers at a less challenging site. Ask us about getting your PADI Maldivian Manta Ray Specialty certification, which can be done as a speciality or can be a part of the PADI Advanced Open Water Course!
06:30 – 08:30 Early morning dive – Early morning dives are a great way to start the day! Enjoy a leisurely breakfast after your dive.
09:00 – 15:30 Early morning dive – These trips go out to two channels and are geared towards the more advanced divers. Nitrox recommended. For 2-channel trips , a light lunch is provided on the boat (or beach if possible) and there is a surcharge of $65USD++/person.
19:00 – 21:00 Night Dive – Night dives are great in Laamu! We go out on inner reefs where there is no current and also do night dives on our house reef where no boat rides are necessary. See for yourself what changes on the reef at night!
19:30 – 21:30 Blackwater Dive – Blackwater dives are for divers who love the weird and wonderful! With strong lights attached to a drift line we dive inside the atoll where we attract critters which display a show for us. Did you ever try a Blackwater dive?
To accommodate all divers’ needs, we schedule our dive boats to go out 3 times a day. Choose the option(s) that suits you best. All our boat dives include a light snack (fruit skewers, pastry, coffee, tea and drinking water).
07:30 – 10:30 Breakfast – breakfast starts early, to give divers enough time.
09:00 – 13:30 2-Tank dive trip – these trips often go out to one channel dive followed by one inner reef dive. The channel dives are geared towards the more advanced divers, as often these sites are exposed to stronger currents. For these dives Advanced Open Water and Nitrox are recommended.
10:30 – 12:30 1-Tank dive trip – these trips are for those who want to sleep in or only want to do 1 dive and typically take place at a close by dive site where there are no currents, making for very relaxed, easy dives.
15:00 – 17:00 1-Tank dive trip – these trips are for those who only want to do 1 dive, or a second or third dive of the day and usually take place at a close by dive site where there are no currents, making for very relaxed, easy dives.