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Sun, sand and surf, a thousand ‘Robinson Crusoe’ islands, massive lagoons with different depths and infinite shades of blue and turquoise, fantastic waves breaking on the reefs, dazzling underwater coral gardens; a perfect natural combination for the ideal tropical surfing holiday destination.

The surf throughout the Maldives generally ranges in size from 4-8 feet, however bigger days have been experienced. The best waves can be experienced from March to October, with the biggest swells likely to occur in June/July/August. A great verity of reef breaks exist ranging in intensity from quite mellow and enjoyable shred able walls to ganglier hollow sucking dry pits. There is something for everyone when you surf the Maldives, it is possible to escape the crowds and enjoy some of the warmest most pristine water you have ever experienced.

Due to location of the dive sites it is not viable to surf all the spots staying in one island resort. Most of the surfers make use of live- aboard to surf the different spots found on North and South Male' atoll, Meemu and Dhaalu atoll, Suvadiva atoll and other atolls. This is a brand new experience for the surfers and has the chance of surfing as many spots as one likes.

Touring on boats allows total flexibility, maximizing your surf time. Wake up to perfect waves at sunrise, followed by hearty breakfast, another surf and maybe sample some of the best fishing in the world. Lunch is on the deck - it could be that huge fish you caught in the morning or during the night fishing the night before.

Cruising in the Atolls of Maldives provides tranquil sailing conditions, short distances between breaks, your choice of lefts and rights, and your choice of intensity.

Important Factors For Wave Surfers In Maldives

Surfing areas will be visited by boat. The surfing area is very limited and to avoid getting crowded, the numbers are limited to 25 to 30 people. Note that, this depends on the rout of the surf trips.

All Surfers have to appreciate that they have to be responsible for their Own Safety. Albatros Top Boat will not be held responsible for any injury or accident that may occur while Surfing.


During the last few years, the travelers to the islands of Maldives have discovered the wonder and art of surfing, for the energetic Holiday makers.

There are surfing spots throughout the country, but due to the geographical distribution of the islands, more further away surf points are untouched in Southern atolls. Albatros Top Boat will take you to amazing surf points undiscovered till the southern tip of Maldives.


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The archipelago of the Maldives: geography and territory The Maldives are an oblong ring-shaped double-range of large atolls. The archipelago of the Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean, mostly just north and slightly south of the Equator, between 7°6’30” latitude north and 0°41’48” latitude south and between 72°32’30” and 73°45’54” longitude east. The Maldives comprise 26 atolls stretching north to south for about 764 km. and east to west for about 128 km. India is about 595 km. away from the archipelago to the north, Sri Lanka about 670 km. to the north-west and the Chagos islands about 550 km. to the south. The atolls comprise a circular coral reef which contains the internal lagoon around and within which the numerous islands of various sizes are clustered. The 26 atolls include a total of 1,190 coral islands covered in vegetation.

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