Seaview & Standard Cabins
11 (3 Seaview & 8 Standard Cabins)
With a total number of 11 Cabins, Maldivian Dream can accommodate a total of 22 guests . 3 Cabins on the top deck are Seaview Cabins. The seaview cabins are spacious, beautifully designed and equipped with a luxurious touch and furniture. It also has a spacious bathroom with a bathtub. The lower most deck consists of the 8 standard rooms. 6 of these standard cabins are spacious and equipped with a double bed and a single bed with twin accommodation. 2 of the standard cabins are equipped with a bunk bed in each cabin. All cabins are attached with an en suite toilet & shower. All cabins in the boat are fully air conditioned.
The bar is well-stocked with Euro-pean beer, French wine and a variety of spirits plus a large variety of soft drinks. Tea, coee and drinking water is included in the package price. Outside, the deck space is massive with a large undercover alfresco lounge/dining area capable of seating at least 22 people. The cuisine is prepared by a resort-qualied chef with a strong European inuence and features Italian pasta dishes and salads along with fresh sh, vegetables, rice dishes, curry dishes and a variety of deserts
Year built: 2005 (First trip 23rd August 2005)
Length: 29.97 meters
Beam: 8.57 meters
Draft: 2.85 meters
Passenger capacity: 22 pax
Number of crew: 9 (3 Crew Dive Dhoni)
Cruising speed: 14 knots
Desalination: 6000 litters of fresh water/day
Fuel capacity: 7000 litters
Main Engine: Volvo Penta 450 HP
Two sound proof generators 40 Kva (24 hrs) 220 volts
Communication IDD telephone and VHF Radio set
Size: Length 90 ft, width 25 ftCruising Speed: 10 knotsGuest Cabins: 6 cabins (12 pax) with attached toilet and shower with hot and cold waterEquipment: 1 engine 350 hp (Cummins), 1 aluminium dinghy with 25 hp outboard engine, 1 desalina-tion plant 4800 litres/day, 2 sound-proof marine generators (22.5 kW and 17.5 kW), a diving dhoniNavigation and communication: CD radio, mobile phone, GPS, search light, binoculars, plotting tool kit, compass, and chart.
All diving takes place from a spacious, well equipped auxiliary dive boat (dhoni). Diving equipments and compressors are all stored on dive dhoni. There is a powerboat for delivering surfers to surf spots during surfing trip.