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Maldives Yacht

The Maldives

Uncover a true island paradise in sheer luxury.

 Welcome to the Maldives

Famous for its turquoise lagoons, white-sand beaches and extensive reefs, the Maldives is an exquisite destination for your luxury private yacht charter.

With over 1 000 coral islands dotted across 90 000 square kilometres of Indian Ocean, there are always new treasures to be found. Our experienced team at Yachting Destinations is ready to help you discover them all.

Pad barefoot along dazzling beaches. Dive into the azure ocean and discover a new world hidden just beneath the surface. Watch the sunset from the deck of our luxury private yachts and toast to life - a chilled beverage in hand.

Every day is close to perfect. Every experience, unforgettable. All you need to remember is where you last left your shoes.



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Maldives Yachts
Luxury Charter Yacht's in the Maldives

85ft Azimut

Falcon 60

65ft Falcon


54ft Stealth

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45ft Lagoon

Customized Your Yacht Charter Package
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Day Charters

Resort pickup

Private Yacht


Things to do and see in the Maldives

Swim with the majestic manta rays, surf the perfect wave, or create your own paradise with a beach picnic on an uninhabited island. 

You describe your perfect day and we will make it happen. 

Read our blog to discover all the magic the Maldives has to offer you on your sailing holiday. 

More about the Maldives


The Maldives is a small island nation just southwest of Sri Lanka and India, with a chain of 26 atolls across 1 192 islands in the vast Indian Ocean. The unique coral islands sit no higher than 1.8 meters above sea level.



A tropical climate, hot all year round, with southwest winds from late April to September, and northeast winds from October to December. Expect an average temperature of 28°C (82°F) and sea temperature of 30°C (86°F) with rainfall occurring mostly in short downpours or thunderstorms.



Known to locals in their native language, Dhivehi, as ‘Dhivehi Raajje’, the Maldives has a rich, multifaceted culture steeped in tradition. Local customs, like music, food and dance, are heavily shaped by its proximity to the shores of Sri Lanka and South India.


“Not all those who wander are lost.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien,

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