Liveaboard Diving in Male Atoll

Male Atoll Liveaboard dive sites

Male Atoll is technically termed Kaafu Atoll, but by any name, it is the classic Maldives- best known and explored of all Maldives atolls. Male is divided into North and South Male Atolls, both of which were the first in the country to open to tourism, though the south opened before the north and still sports more resorts and dive sites. North Male has beloved manta cleaning stations, great topography, and a couple of coral gardens on par with some of the nicest reefs worldwide. South Male is famous for its kandus, which are channels that bring ripping currents of nutrient-rich water from the open ocean into the atoll, along with big pelagic fish following the food. While sharks are plentiful in both North and South Male, the southern atoll is best known for them. The north, however, is better-preserved and a bit quieter.

In North Male Atoll, Manta Point may be the most famous dive site. Its name speaks for itself- when you visit, get ready to see more mantas than you can keep track of, as well as sharks and other reef denizens. Nowhere else in the Maldives can you jump in the water to see mantas so close to your arrival at an international airport. The other top North Male location is Girifushi Thila, recognized as one of the premier Maldives dive sites. The current here is full-time, so expect a drift dive alongside scenery of colorful soft corals and water full of fish, including rays, sharks, and tuna.

The variety of dive sites in North Male Atoll caters to every taste. One of the best-loved and first-discovered is Banana Reef, which still showcases healthy thickets of branching corals. Along the curve of this banana-shaped reef, giant grouper and morays can be found. A huge school of bannerfish hangs in the current at the edge, and a few incredible caverns call for an investigation. In another area, the impressive 100 meter Maldives Victory Wreck, has enjoyed over thirty years of colonization by creatures of the sea. It's lucky there's a line for ascents and descents because the current can be strong. Once you find your sheltered areas, enjoy the big and small fish and invertebrates that have many this wreck their home.

More sharks are available at Miyaru Faru, where divers watch the blue-water show from the safety of an overhang on the wall. The incoming current at Miyaru Faru brings crystal-clear water and pelagics, including manta rays, eagle rays, tuna, and more. And for inexperienced divers, North Male actually has great sites available. Two stunning dive sites that are relatively free of current are Hans Haas Place with plenty of overhangs and little caves, and Back Faru, which offers good reef and pelagic life in incredibly low-stress conditions.

South Male Atoll's six big channels, or kandus, are not known for coral, but they have amazing pelagic life, big schools of fish, and tons of sharks. Cocoa Thila is one of the most famous South Male dive sites. If you've got the perfect amount of current, you can see rays and all the rest; luckily, there are some dips and caverns in the topography in which divers can rest as they watch the goings-on. Cocoa Thila is a big pinnacle rooted in deep, deep water, and it's located on the perimeter of South Male Atoll. This means you may well be doing a drift dive in the same currency that brings in the big ocean life.

Guraidhoo Kandu South is actually many sites under one name. This is a large area that cannot be covered in only one dive, and the variety of its topography adds to the feeling of many different dives sites. Here, divers can submerge on a vertical or horizontal plane, from walls to flats, to channels, to caves. At Guraidhoo Kandu South, sharks glide along the waterways while tons of different reef denizens enjoy their holes and hiding places. However, for buckets of sharks, it's Embudhoo Kandu that South Male offers at the top of the list. Embudhoo Kandu hosts a healthy population of white tip and grey reef sharks. Its marine protected area was established to make sure that's the case forever.

Besides Cocoa Thila, Kandooma Thila is known as the premier South Male Atoll dive site. At a thin channel along the side of this thila, an intense current brings a crazy amount of activity, including schools of barracuda and other big predators. Kandooma Thila is another dive where current must be dealt with; the pinnacle provides shelter during parts of the dive, but you'll eventually drift into the blue with a marker buoy for the ending. Other South Male dive sites include Vadhoo Caves and Kuda Giri Wreck. At Vadhoo Caves, one cave after another offers the chance to chill with reef inhabitants among a garden of colorful soft corals, while watching sharks glide by in the adjacent open water. At Kuda Giri Wreck, inexperienced divers have a great chance to jump in the water to explore the artificial reef and its inhabitants with little or no current.

Itinerary details

The length of liveaboard itineraries in Male Atoll usually ranges from 7 to 10 nights, with a budget from a bit over 200 to 350 euros per night. Male Atoll liveaboards go almost everywhere within the Maldives; there is a tour to fit virtually every diver's particular passions and timeframe. The shortest trips make a loop in the central atolls, sometimes dividing the tours into north-central and south-central options to fit in a bit more of Ari or Baa (to the north), or Vaavu/Meemu (to the south). Check out Scubaspa Ying and Yang, and many other boats, for these classic Maldives itineraries. Larger and larger loops or traverses go farther afield in all directions (example liveaboards include Carpe Vita and Carpe Diem). Liveaboards in Male Atoll are mostly MV yachts and luxury yachts.

The experience level required by Baa Atoll liveaboards ranges from zero to 100 logged dives, with a certification level of Open Water for some boats and Advanced Open Water for others. Entry-level divers can find some offerings around Male, but in general, expect many of the dives to be drifts, especially in the kandus of the southern area.

Liveaboard departures

Male is the main liveaboard departure location in the Maldives and the country's capital city. It is located on the southern edge of North Male Atoll. The main Male liveaboard departure port is Hulhule, next to the Male airport, making it virtually possible to jump off a plane and hop on to a boat. Divers bound for Male Atoll can take direct flights from Dubai, Singapore, and Colombo. Longer international flights from Europe, America, China, India, and Australia are also readily available, often connecting through the airports mentioned above.

Best time to travel

Diving is possible in Male Atoll all year round, but the northeast monsoon from December to May allows the calmest surface conditions and the least rain. However, even during the wetter part of the year, from June to November, Male Atoll receives less downpour than areas farther south in the country. Mantas are present throughout the year. The water temperature usually stays between 26 and 29 C, and visibility between 15 and 30 meters.


Male Atoll Diving Reviews

  • 9.2 Superb
  • 261 Verified Reviews
  • 6.8 Review score
  • Renee P
  • United States United States

Very cool action packed night dive

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Orion

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Lennay C
  • United States United States

We dove in Male North near a Tuna Factory (sounds weird but it was great!) This is where we saw dozens of moray eels. Some were enormous. There were all different kinds. We also saw the guitar fish here, and a sea turtle.

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Theia

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Michael W
  • United States United States

Excellent - highly recommended.

Diving Male Atoll in July on the Carpe Vita

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Kyle C
  • United States United States

Not too bad, the visibility wasn't great but the sheer volume of life made up for it.

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Seafari Explorer

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Paul C
  • United States United States

With stronger currents, we had better visibility and overall, each dive was very pleasant.

Diving Male Atoll in March on the Ari Queen

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Masumi T
  • United States United States

Shark tank was really fun watching fish go on feeding frenzy and multiple moray eels sharing one hole.

Diving Male Atoll in March on the Ocean Divine

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • David P
  • United States United States

The diving here was limited but it was a fantastic experience.

Diving Male Atoll in June on the Emperor Leo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Margaret Sheryl W
  • United States United States

So many fish—so little time!!!

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Scubaspa Ying

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Dana T
  • United States United States

Saw manta and many blue fusilier

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Klinger C
  • United States United States

Unique. Plenty of animals and colors.

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Kenneth M
  • United States United States

One dive was terrible. The next was good.

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Blue Force One

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Lindsay F
  • United States United States

We saw tons of sharks in Male.

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Emperor Voyager

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Saaliha K
  • United States United States

Great! Lots of sting rays in the area!

Diving Male Atoll in August on the Sachika

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Christopher C
  • United States United States

Had some of my great dives here. I won’t spoil it for you. The Sachika will show you the way

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Sachika

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Anne H
  • United States United States

So many pretty soft corals.

Diving Male Atoll in October on the Sachika

  • 9.2 Superb
  • DAVID H
  • United States United States

Tons of fish and other marine life.

Diving Male Atoll in July on the Horizon 3

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Saori S
  • United States United States

Good. Fish factory was my favorite

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Emperor Atoll

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Whitney H
  • United States United States

Fabulous. So many fish and wildlife it felt like you were in an aquarium.

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Emperor Virgo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Blanca G
  • United States United States

Beautiful Lots of marine life.

Diving Male Atoll in May on the Maldives Aggressor II

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • David E
  • United States United States

Loved Maagiri! Great visability and SOOO many fish.

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Karen J
  • United States United States

Too much shark & fish feeding going on. Lots of boats

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Princess Sara

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Becky Y
  • Canada Canada

I saw black-tipped reef sharks at 'Kurumba Corner' in North Male (1st time in Maldives!). There were green moray eel and sea lamprey (?) with suckers and lots of clown fish everywhere (anemone city?). At ‘Kura Giri’ wreck, I saw a huge cuttlefish, lion fish, a pregnant puffer fish with a big belly, there were one barracuda coming very close to us as well. It was at ‘Kandoma Thila’ in South Male that I saw up to 40 reef sharks of all sizes, swimming around., (Thank goodness that they were not interested in our small group of human divers as there were definitely more of them than us!) There were spotted eagle ray and lots of green turtles and small hawksbill turtles there too. On other dives, we saw octopus and Napoleon wrasses, and at a reef, a very green moray eel sharing its cave with a white spotted one moray eel. They were such a contrast in coloring that it was a very pretty sight indeed! Again, typically in Maldives, there would be at least one shark one could see in every dive, whether it is near or in the distance! Definitely shark country!

Diving Male Atoll in November on the Ari Queen

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Kota I
  • Australia Australia

Wreck dive was quite different from other dives and good to see different thing than coral and fish.

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Carpe Novo

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Beatriz G
  • Mexico Mexico

Amazing. I love the fish tank our last diving ... full of life and color

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Moonima

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Thorkild P
  • Denmark Denmark

Good, but knowledge of drift diving and experience of handling strong currents a must.

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Cihan B
  • Germany Germany

We were suprised that at all there are so many sharks to see.

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Seafari Explorer

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Niklas L
  • Sweden Sweden

Mantas, eagle rays, lack of coral

Diving Male Atoll in June on the Emperor Voyager

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Sara Skou A
  • Denmark Denmark

Amazing with hundreds of sharks and many eagle rays

Diving Male Atoll in June on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Hayley S
  • Canada Canada

Good, lots of channels and strong currents and lots of sharks

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Emperor Atoll

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Lui C
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong

Abundance of sharks, but the visibility was not the best during my trip. Good place to have warm up dives with small to medium current.

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Andre G
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Same, you'll see everything that can be seen, in cristal clear waters! WOW!

Diving Male Atoll in March on the Ocean Divine

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • David S
  • Australia Australia

Again, there were some exciting dives with excellent fish and/or coral, but also some average dive sites.

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Blue Voyager

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Oskar F
  • Sweden Sweden

Super clear water - great!

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Emperor Leo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Roger T
  • Singapore Singapore

Awesome.. Lots of sharks and manta rays

Diving Male Atoll in May on the Emperor Virgo

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Gina M
  • Australia Australia

A nice easy drift dive through a channel with turtles and sharks

Diving Male Atoll in May on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Gaetane L
  • Belgium Belgium

Very nice, a lot of fishlife

Diving Male Atoll in June on the Emperor Leo

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Wei Yee W
  • Singapore Singapore

Amazing. Currents can be strong; so only recommended for divers with more experience. Beginners may be taken aback by the challenging conditions.

Diving Male Atoll in June on the Emperor Atoll

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Pontus A
  • Sweden Sweden

Good but alot of the corals has suffered hard from human impacts

Diving Male Atoll in July on the Emperor Voyager

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Verona C
  • Australia Australia

The fish tank was incredible. 20+ rays, morays everywhere and fish galore

Diving Male Atoll in July on the Soleil 2

  • 6.8 Review score
  • andre V
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Less than Ari, more damaged reefs and less fish

Diving Male Atoll in August on the MV Ari Queen

  • 7.2 Good
  • Emily B
  • Canada Canada

We did our first and last dives on Male Atoll. A fish cleaning station on day one and a really cool drift dive at the end of the trip.

Diving Male Atoll in August on the Ari Queen

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Khoa B
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Weather conditions were bit rough when we are there. Other than that, great dives with mantas and sharks

Diving Male Atoll in August on the Emperor Serenity

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Kazushige T
  • Japan Japan

I was sorry that no manta came out.

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Nautilus Two

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Manuela G
  • Italy Italy

Ok to get started at the beginning of the trip

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 7.6 Good
  • Benjamin K
  • Germany Germany

Fish tank is always worth a visit - Especially between 4 and 6 pm.

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Soleil 2

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Yevgeniya M
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Great dives, currents were quite strong at times.

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Carpe Novo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Barra O
  • Canada Canada

Great diving, the weather was better there. Our check out dive we had Mantas, great way to start the week.

Diving Male Atoll in October on the Ocean Sapphire

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Jensy H
  • Belgium Belgium

Good, but crowded at times

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Carpe Vita

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Samuel F
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Diving was great, wide range of fish and great rays

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Carpe Diem

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Arundeep K
  • Australia Australia

Male Atol was a bit crowded but dive sites are full of life so good

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Carpe Diem

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • David H
  • Switzerland Switzerland

The highlight of the Male Atoll was the visit of the manta cleaning stations.

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Carpe Vita

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Emil D
  • United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates

I think we were a bit spoilt in the other Atoll's so diving was less amazing in Male than elsewhere, but i would have to say that it was still good.

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Ocean Sapphire

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Ozgur T
  • Canada Canada

Poor visibility and marine life not very healty

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Carpe Novo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Jorge R
  • Spain Spain

Full of life and started to enjoy it from day 1!

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • yann R
  • France France

Wreck dive interesting Fish factory not so much

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Emperor Serenity

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Elisabeth A
  • Norway Norway

Great to see all the sharks, but the 3 dives in the channel were much alike. I very much liked the wreck with the pinneackle next to it because of many colours.

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Soleil 2

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Andrea R
  • Brazil Brazil

Not so good visibility but the dive with the many rays and guitar shark was good.

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Soleil 2 Live Aboard

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Foong Kiew N
  • Malaysia Malaysia

Pleasant surprise at fish factory..although the natural behaviour of creatures been alter by human feeding

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Emperor Serenity

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Emma C
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Visibility was not so great due to unforseen weather conditions. Currents were stronger than we expected too so be prepared!

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Emperor Atoll

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Chris L
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Best I have ever experienced

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Emperor Serenity

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Romain M
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong

Male attoll is mostly check dive, it s an easy one to get back to diving

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Emperor Serenity

  • 8.4 Very good
  • andre V
  • Netherlands Netherlands

good, South Male is better than north with some good sites like Kandooma.

Diving Male Atoll in August on the Sachika Liveaboard

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Phillip F
  • Germany Germany

Great experience, I wouldn't know how to top this.

Diving Male Atoll in August on the Sachika

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Agata P
  • Poland Poland

Mediocre. Visibility was not very good, not a lot to see in terms of sea life.

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Princess Rani

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Vasilij S
  • Lithuania Lithuania

Some rays, sharks and pipe fishes , good dive =)

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Emperor Leo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Juha V
  • Finland Finland

Nice basic diving would go any day again! Lots to see. Good visibity.

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Carpe Diem

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Rahool D
  • India India

It was basic and good for beginners and a wide variety of marine life

Diving Male Atoll in March on the Sachika

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • andre M
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Really nice Especially fishtank (murenes)

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Carpe Diem

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Matthias G
  • Germany Germany

Great visibility, small current and lots of shark life. Healthy reefs, turtles, rays... exceptional experience!

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Carpe Diem

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • sonia M
  • Germany Germany

Great to start checking our skills

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Princess Dhonkamana

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Nicole H
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Nice but not super special

Diving Male Atoll in July on the Horizon 3

  • 8.4 Very good
  • andre V
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Decent but north Male is becoming crowded and the reefs are damaged.

Diving Male Atoll in August on the Carpe Vita

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Fernando R
  • Italy Italy

Many fishes, colorfull coral reef in very good condition too and many sharks an turtles.

Diving Male Atoll in August on the Horizon 3

  • 7.2 Good
  • Tamara T
  • Denmark Denmark

At Male harbor, behind the fish factory there were hundreds of sting ray and some guitar sharks. But you hear the sound of boats all the time

Diving Male Atoll in September on the Horizon 3

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Michael H
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Plenty of fish life - all the usual suspects put in an appearance. Pity about the lack of healthy corals - coral bleaching has certainly taken its toll. Not one gorgonian sea fan in evidence, just stumps where they used to be.

Diving Male Atoll in November on the Blue Voyager

  • 6.4 Review score
  • Lulu V
  • Finland Finland

Amazing, beautiful and rich

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Blue

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • 슬기 김
  • South Korea South Korea

Very nice, sharktastic experience

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Emperor Explorer

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Gary C
  • Australia Australia

More eels than I've ever seen !

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Susan C
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Good. Night diving is a must even if you are not a fan of night dives!

Diving Male Atoll in January on the Scubaspa Yang

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Alison W
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Good more reef dives would have been good

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Blue Force One

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Ella C
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Great wildlife, guides knew the dive sites well, although visibility wasn’t always the best

Diving Male Atoll in February on the Carpe Vita

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Elisa Analia M
  • Chile Chile

Nice Corals and dibersity of sharks

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Emperor Leo

  • 5.2 Review score
  • Sandra S
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

very similar to the Ari Atoll

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Ari Queen

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Joaquin R
  • Spain Spain

Fantastic: Bull shark & Tiger shark Stingray

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Ari Queen

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Michael K
  • New Zealand New Zealand

Comfortable and filled with life.

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Blue

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Marion S
  • Switzerland Switzerland

more touristic and many divers and snorklers, some nice reefs

Diving Male Atoll in April on the Emperor Serenity

  • 9.2 Superb
  • sean C
  • Canada Canada

Visibility was not the best but lots to see

Diving Male Atoll in May on the Sachika

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Christoph P
  • Switzerland Switzerland

due to weather conditions a bite rough, but overall good

Diving Male Atoll in May on the Emperor Explorer

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Jolene H
  • Singapore Singapore

Surprisingly good, so many sting rays just in North Male

Diving Male Atoll in May on the Adora

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • ANURAG B
  • India India

Really good..but will recommend to come here during season time as the visibility was just ok....

Diving Male Atoll in June on the Amba Liveaboard

  • 7.2 Good
  • Stephen S
  • Australia Australia

reasonable, with poor visibility

Diving Male Atoll in June on the Carpe Vita

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Lucas M
  • Germany Germany

Many stingrays. Awesome as well.

Diving Male Atoll in June on the Emperor Leo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Naseef V
  • India India

Perfect for macro photography.

Diving Male Atoll in July on the Sachika

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Michael B
  • Germany Germany

Great, the variety of fishes, sharks, corals, are incredible!

Diving Male Atoll in July on the Emperor Virgo

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Michael A
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Diving at Hulhumalé was depressingly bad, the water is full of junk.

Diving Male Atoll in August on the Carpe Vita

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Daniel A
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Unfortunately most dives with poor visibility but still a lot of fishes (in particular huge sting rays) to encounter.

Diving Male Atoll in October on the Horizon 3

  • 9.2 Superb
  • David F
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Good. Especially the Manta and the dive in front of Male port entrance with sharks and rays

Diving Male Atoll in November on the Horizon 3

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Ingemar H
  • Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia

Great, sharks and mantas of all types

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Princess Sara

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Rafael M
  • Brazil Brazil

Nice dive with lots of coral and plenty of sealife

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Maldives Aggressor II

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Mark R
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Good, great intro dives and good immediate shark action!

Diving Male Atoll in December on the Emperor Serenity


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