Scattered across the equator in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the gem-like islands of the Maldives depict the rare vision of a tropical paradise. The big attraction in the Maldives are the schools of fish that patrol the reefs in colorful packs: humpback and black and white snappers, trevally jacks, barracuda, batfish, unicornfish, yellowback fusiliers and harlequin sweetlips almost comical in design. The reef's larger inhabitants include sharks and manta rays. Whale sharks are often seen cruising in the blue. The new 20-passenger Maldives Aggressor yacht offers two unique itineraries. One dives the North Malé, South Malé and Felidoo Atolls. The second route explores sites around the Ari Atoll. Seven-day charters depart from Malé.
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