• Accommodation
    • Sundeck w jacuzzi & sun loungers
    • Indoor / Outdoor dining & lounge area
    • Indoor Bar w fresh cocktails, liquors & wines
    • TV, DVD player & Hi-Fi system
    • Indoor / Outdoor resting & reading area w sofas
    • Open air swings on the upper deck
    • 10 double cabins(incl. a Junior Suite & a Master Suite w jacuzzi )
  • Individually Controlled Air-Conditioning
  • Wi-Fi Internet Access
  • Western and Asian Cuisines
  • En-Suite Bathrooms w Hot Water Available 24H

The Maldives is flat with white sandy beaches and excellent reefs with an abundance of marine life. Scuba diving is done at a leisurely drift pace as the Indian Monsoon Current sweeps along the island chains, moving nutrients and divers along.

This nutrient-rich water flows up along the walls, feeding the sponges and soft corals clinging to the rock sides. Inside the atoll lagoons, rock pinnacles – Thila – vault up from the bottom to scratch the water’s surface.

In the channels, there are swim-throughs, caverns and overhangs festooned with colourful sponges, invertebrates and gorgonians to explore.

Iruvai: Sunny Season

IRUVAI, meaning Sunny Season in Dhivehi, is a wooden boat built by local craftsmen in the Maldives. The wood used to build this boat was grown locally and are saltwater-resistant. The boat is stretched on 3 decks with indoor/outdoor dining areas, lounge and bar, sundeck with sun loungers and so on.

During the trip, our guests can enjoy diving, snorkelling in the best reefs, local island excursions along the beautiful islands and crystal clear waters. All the rooms are double occupancy with 5 rooms on the lower deck, 5 rooms on the upper deck. All cabins have en-suite facilities, with hot and cold water, Centralized Chilled Water Marine Air-condition system with private temperature control in cabins.

Check out the pictures below:


  • Lower Deck
  • Room 1 (1 Double bed) Master Suite
  • Room 2 (2 Single Beds)
  • Room 3 (2 Single Beds)
  • Room 4 (2 Single Beds)
  • Room 5 (2 Single Beds)
  • Upper Deck
  • Room 6 (2 Single Beds)
  • Room 7 (2 Single Beds)
  • Room 8 (2 Single Beds)
  • Room 9 (2 Single Beds)
  • Room 10 (1 Double Bed) Junior Suite
A Few Popular Dive Sites


Type of dive: Reef dive 

Description: One of the best dive sites for soft coral and fish life. The marine life here is so abundant, that the divers have named it ‘fish soup’. The Thila is in a circular shape and can be covered in a single dive at different depths if the current is not very strong.


Type of dive: Reef dive / Night dive 

Description: The Thila is about 80mters in diameter. The whole Thila can be done at different depths in a single dive. There are many caves and overhangs around the Thila. The large rocks on the northeastern side have large black coral trees growing on them. The site is famous for the sharks and a great barracuda which reside here. The site can be dived at any time of the day, each with different activity going on the reef. The best chance to get close to these creatures is at night time when they are hunting. You will see sharks, barracudas, rays and eels trying to grab a morsel.


Type of dive: Drift Dive 

Description: The northern tip of Magaa reef extends into Bathalaa Kandu, is home to a number of grey reef sharks and white-tip reef sharks. They can be seen patrolling along the reef looking for food.


Type of dive: Drift Dive / Reef Dive 

Description: The Thila is known for the abundance of soft coral growth on the Thila, particularly the blue/violet coloured variety that grows on the ceiling of the caves and overhangs, thus the name ‘blue caves’. In addition, a large variety of fish life can be observed here


Type of dive: Drift Dive/Channel Dive 

Description: Since the eastern side of the channel is Open Ocean, large predatory fish can regularly be spotted here. This site is famous for sightings of sharks, schools of eagle rays and the occasional Sailfish and Hammerheads.

The best condition to do the dive is when the current is flowing into the Atoll. The dive begins on the outer reef following the current into the atoll. Most of the pelagic species can be observed on the eastern side, where the reef drops off into the deep ocean. At the end of the dive in the channel, along with the reef, you can find overhangs with plenty of soft coral growth and small fish.