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We have some space become available on the Azores Liveaboard in the Philippines on their Tubbataha itinerary!
This stunning marine and bird sanctuary is a world heritage site, has been nominated to be one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature and is consistently voted in the top world dive sites. Due to its limited season and access, you would typically need to book a year or three in advance to secure space, but thanks to a recent cancellation, we have some highly coveted spaces that are sure to be snatched up quickly.
The Carpe Novo is Carpe Diem Cruises newest boat. Carpe Novo was built and began operations March 26, 2016. The Carpe Novo is another upgraded sistership of the Carpe Diem and has been built in the Maldives by the same person, Amir Mansoor, who built the Carpe Diem and the Carpe Vita. The Carpe Novo is bigger than the Carpe Diem and even slightly bigger than the Carpe Vita, catering for a maximum of 22 people in 12 cabins divided over 3 decks thus providing more space. The Carpe Novo like her two “sisters” caters for dedicated scuba diving, wave surfing and fishing trips for both individuals as well as groups.
The Carpe Novo, like the Carpe Diem and the Carpe Vita, provides 3 dives per day as standard.
Introducing the second boat owned by Carpe Diem Cruises, the Carpe Vita, the upgraded sistership of the Carpe Diem. The Carpe Vita means “Seize Life”. She was built in the Maldives by the same person, Amir Mansoor, as the Carpe Diem. The Carpe Vita started operations in 2011. The Carpe Vita, with her 38 meters in length, is bigger than the Carpe Diem, but still caters for a maximum of 20 people, with 10 cabins divided over 3 decks providing a lot more space. The Carpe Vita, like the Carpe Diem, caters for dedicated scuba diving, wave surfing, fishing, and tailor-made trips for both individuals as well as groups.
The Carpe Vita provides standard 3 dives per day on her dedicated scuba diving trips.
The Carpe Diem is the first boat Carpe Diem Cruises started operating in 2008 and the reason for the start of the company Carpe Diem Maldives Pvt. Ltd. The Carpe Diem was built in the Maldives fully out of wood by Amir Mansoor who is also the owner of the boat. The boat has 10 cabins divided over 3 decks and can cater for a maximum of 20 people. The boat is accompanied by a diving dhoni (tender) and a small speedboat (dingy). The Carpe Diem caters for scuba diving trips, surfing trips, fishing trips or tailor-made cruises for exclusive groups.
Our scuba diving liveaboard trimaran was designed for the dual purpose of serving the needs of those desiring a luxury dive liveaboard experience and for enjoying sailing vacation in the BVI. Complementing underwater exploring of reefs and wrecks, we offer eco adventures, shore excursions and gourmet dining.
With hundreds of large, Liveaboard dive vessels worldwide to choose from, Nautilus prides itself by differentiating themselves by offering a recently built ship that was custom built for divers to the highest possible level of comfort and safety. The layout utilizes every square foot of space efficiently and the crew ensures a clean vessel that runs exceptionally smoothly.