||Liveaboard / Safari
||Diving / Cruising/ Surfing
||16 Persons, 8 cabins
||Length 30 m, width: 10 m
||Separate Diving Dhoni, Night Diving, Diving, Unlimited Diving, Oxygen, Rental Equipment
|| Sun Deck, Big Game Fishing, Surfing, Bar Facility, Video Facility, Beach BBQ in a dessert island, Hot & Cold water, Internet service.
Built in 2003, MY Moonimaa sailing in Maldives is constructed with wood and modern engineering. The live-aboard vessel is 30 meters long and 10 meters wide motor yacht cruising with a speed of 14 knots. There are 8 spacious cabins on the ship with attached bathrooms. All cabins are well furnished and are equipped with air-conditioning.
MY Moonimana in Maldives has various utilities including two soundproof generators, 220 volts AC current, desalination plant with a capacity of 200 liters per hour, mobile telephone, GPS, CB radio, marine VHF and radio telephone. This handsomely built live-aboard vessel offers hosts of facilities to passengers, which include three decks, dining area, bar, boutique selling music items and souvenirs, safe deposits, board games, VCD/CD player, TV, library, coconut spa with 2 open-air Jacuzzi and massage room and rental equipment.
MY Moonimaa offers luxury facilities along with the best diving facilities. Three dives a day are offered to passenger. Diving, snorkeling, big-game fishing, night fishing, night diving, beach barbeque and isle visits will make your traveling onboard of MV Moonimaa memorable and adventurous.
Accomodation: 8 Cabins ( 4 King & 4 queen) All cabins are fully air-conditioned with attached toilet and Hot & Cold Water.
Facilities: PLarge lounge deck, air-conditioned living room with bar, lending library, TV monitor for VCR tapes and a stereo CD player
Equipment:Dinghy with outboard engine., Diving Dhoni , Marine Sound proof Generators, Desalination Plant , Snorkeling and fishing Gears. Air-conditioned cabins. TV, DVD/VCD
Navigation & Communication: CB Radio, Mobile Phone, G.P.S, Search Light, Binoculars
Sports & Excursion: Night Fishing, Snorkeling, BBQ on desert Islands, Island Hopping Visits to Resort Islands, Visits to Uninhabited Islands and Local Fishing Villages.
Last Refurbished: 2006