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Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi {MDV}

Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi {MDV}

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Notes: All prices are in US Dollars and are exclusive of taxes unless specified (by ++)

Tax Information
• 10% Service Charge (levied by resort. For info on this and how it's distributed, see this post)
• 12% T-GST (Tourist Goods & Services Tax, levied by the Maldivian government, current as of Oct 1, 2014)
• Total tax is 23.2%, not 22% as one would think. Example; $100 + 10% = $110, then add 12% on to $110 for a total of $123.20
• • Tip: To work out prices before the 23.2% taxes, multiply by 0.81169, i.e; 123.2 * 0.81169 = 100
• A Green Tax of $6pp/pn (levied by the Maldivian government) has been introduced starting from 1 November 2015. Points/Redemption bookings are exempt from the tax for up to two guests per room

Booking with points
• Bookings must be cancelled 30 days prior in order to avoid one full night's charge at BAR. (previously 14 days)
• Website and phone agents state that a cash deposit equivalent to the BAR per night will be taken when booking stays with points. This is an error. NO CASH DEPOSIT IS TAKEN WHEN MAKING A POINTS BOOKING
• Free night certificate: The phone agent states that a cash deposit equivalent to the BAR per night will be taken when booking your free night. This is an error. NO CASH DEPOSIT IS TAKEN WHEN USING YOUR FREE NIGHT CERTIFICATE

Transfers To and From Resort
• Waldorf Astoria Ithaafushi is located in South Malι Atoll, 23km southwest of Malι and Velana International Airport [MLE] (also known as Malι International Airport, previously known as Ibrahim Nasir International Airport)
• Transfer experience includes personal service for your group after luggage pick-up until arrival on the yacht; yacht includes dedicated server for champagne, non-alcoholic beverages, and light snacks. Departure experience on the yacht is the same, and your group be personally escorted through airline check-in until airport security.
• Pricing in 2020 is $600++ per person, and in 2019 it was $350++ per person per way ($1724.80 return inclusive of taxes for 2 passengers). The price for kids 5 and under is complimentary while kids 6-11 years old are charged $300++ per person. If the yacht is not available, a speedboat will be provided by the resort. If this happens, you may be refunded the yacht transfer fee.
• See this post for a detailed review of the yacht transfer (Courtesy of jphripjah)
• Third party transfers are not permitted by the resort.
• Transfer to / from Conrad Maldives Rangali Island: A private seaplane transfer from the Waldorf to the Conrad, taking approximately 25 minutes, is approximately USD 8,125++. Most guests travel between the resort booking the standard round trip seaplane from Male to Rangali and then the Yacht transfer round trip from Male to Waldorf.

Resort Information / Spa / Activities
• WA Ithaafushi is made up of three islands (95% man-made)
• There are 2 standalone OWVs (Over Water Villas) and 121 villas in total
• Click here (Hilton's website) or here (dedicated website) to visit the resort on the web
• The kids club (one of the biggest in the Maldives) is for children between 4 to 11 years. Click here for detailed information and here for the schedule. Click here, here and here for basic reviews and comprehensive sets of pictures (All courtesy of Traveler Dave)
• See this and this post for info on the Christmas Eve and New Years Eve Gala Fee
• Click here to visit the resort's listing on TripAdvisor
• Tennis courts: See this post
• For a new map of the resort click here
> For the old map of the resort click here * Note that this map is orientated north and so the SUNRISE and SUNSET written on it are incorrect. Also note that you receive a black and white map when you arrive and this is not as good nor as detailed as the one posted here. For comments on the quality of the map, click here
• Snorkelling spots and other info 3e4sd:Link to post: (Courtesy of AirForceFlyer)
• Scuba Diving pics :Link to post: (Courtesy of Traveler Dave)
• Activities Brochure (prices as of July 2019)
• Spa pics and review :Link to post: (Courtesy of Traveler Dave)
• Wellness Programme :Link to post: (Courtesy of AirForceFlyer)

Resort Information - F&B and Menus
• The resort has 11 restaurants / bars
• Some restaurant menus are available in PDF format on the resort's website. Click here to visit the relevant page on their website
• For pictures of most of the menus: Part 1 and Part 2
• Dining Programme / restaurant opening times: See this post and the post below it
• IVD (In Villa Dining) menus: See this post
• Yasmeen - Menu version discussion here.
• Terra is $298.00++ per person. As of December 2019, the set menu includes Amuse Brioche (3 selections per person), a starter (tuna, avocado, caviar), 2 courses highlighting lobster and wagyu beef with a pallet cleanse in between, a dessert course, then finishing with 3 additional sweet selections per person.
• The Ledge - See this post. Note that this menu changes daily but there are probably only 2 for each day and 14 in total (7 for lunch and 7 for dinner). Chefs rotate to the resort from Burnt Ends in Singapore.
+ Peacock Alley 1/2 priced drinks daily after 9:30pm. High-quality cocktails and liquors available at a very affordable price ranging from $13-$15 post discount
+ Tasting Table full buffet breakfast with made to order entrees and complimentary Champagne for $65++/person or Free for Hilton Diamond / Gold
+ Glow and Yasmeen wine selections are priced in the $65 - $85 ++ range per bottle.
• Lunch can be purchased at the main pool or beach from Nava or The Ledge. The majority of lunch entrees cost $30-$50++. Lunch is also available at Tasting Table, Tangled, or In Villa Dining.
• A new pizza oven was flown in from Italy to replace the original oven installed at Nava, and an Italian chef traveled to the resort to work with the team to elevate pizza quality in early December of 2019.
• During festive season 2019, the resort introduced a lobster & champagne dinner on the beach, including tasting stations, free flow champagne, and a live band for $298++ per person.

Miscellaneous Information
• Villa pool depth: See this post
• Best snorkelling spots: See this post and this post
• Complimentary water (in villa): See this post
• Walking / getting around the resort: See this post
• Sunset / Sunrise at the resort: See this post and this post
• Power outlet configuration: See this post



Elite member benefits:

Hilton Honors GOLD MEMBERS:
  • Full breakfast at Tasting Table
  • In-villa VIP welcome bottle of wine and fruits
  • Complimentary daily afternoon delights (see here for pic) with a fine selection of beverages crafted by mixologist and sommelier from 16:00 to 17:00 at Peacock Alley
  • 50% special offer on selected beverages at Nava Beach Club from 22:00 to 23:30
Hilton Honors DIAMOND MEMBERS:
  • Full breakfast at Tasting Table
  • In-villa VIP welcome Champagne, sweet and savoury amenities
  • [Diamond only benefit] With a selected 60-minute massage, enjoy a complimentary additional 30-minute at Waldorf Astoria Spa
  • Complimentary daily afternoon delights (see here for pic) with a fine selection of beverages crafted by mixologist and sommelier from 16:00 to 17:00 at Peacock Alley
  • 50% special offer on selected beverages at Nava Beach Club from 22:00 to 23:30

Accommodation:
At opening the resort defined Beach Villas as the lowest category of accommodation (only this category bookable with points). The next highest category was Reef Villas then above that, the Overwater Villas. Note: villas on the Private Island do not count.
This will change in 2020. Quote from the resort "Please be informed that for next year we have changed our villa category. Kindly note that the Reef Villa will be our base category, next will be the Overwater Villa and then the Beach Villa. Basically the Beach Villa will be a higher category compared to reef Villa and Overwater Villa."
See this post for the conversation related to this. Pricing has changed as well to reflect this. See below for 2020 pricing.
Note that as of August 2019 the BV is still available to book on points in 2020. This may change, however.

Prices - Accommodation (2020):

***** March 2020 Figures *****
• Beach Villa USD 2630
• Overwater Villa USD 2430
• Reef Villa USD 1930


Prices - Accommodation (2019):

***** July 2019 Figures *****
• 2 Bedroom Beach Villa with Pool USD 3850
• 2 Bedroom Over Water Villa with Pool USD 4350

***** October 2019 Figures *****
• Beach Villa USD 2100
• Grand Beach Villa USD 2300
• Reef Villa USD 2300
• Grand Reef Villa USD 2500
• Overwater Villa USD 2500
• Grand Overwater Villa USD 2700


***** Upgrade Costs - Jul 2019 *****
• Two Bedroom Beach - US 2000
• Two Bedroom Grand Beach - US 2200
• Two Bedroom Reef - US 2200
• Two Bedroom Overwater - US 2400

***** Upgrade Costs - Oct 2019 *****
• Reef Villa USD 200
• OWV USD 400


Villa Types and Abbreviations used in this thread (listed in order from most basic to most luxurious)

-- BVs (Beach Villas) --

BV (Beach Villa)
GBV (Grand Beach Villa)

-- RVs (Reef Villas) --

RV (Reef Villa, the Garden Villa category shown in the pre-opening promo video)
GRV (Grand Reef Villa, also a type of Garden Villa shown in the pre-opening promo video)

-- OWVs (Over Water Villas) aka Ocean Villas in rewards booking --

OV (Overwater Villa)
GOV (Grand Overwater Villa)
SMR (Stella Maris Residences)

-- Occupancy Information --
See this post for maximum occupancy of each villa type

Villa Selection
• See this post and this post
• Privacy - Beach Villas: For pics, info and opinions, see the following posts; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10


Travel & Safety Information
• The Maldives is listed in Category 1 (the highest category) on the
WHO Zika virus classification table. However, don't let that scare you because as of April 13, 2017 there has only been one confirmed case of Zika in the Maldives
• Click here for information related to the single Zika infection in the Maldives (reported in January of that year)


Contact
• General Enquiries: [email protected]
• Reservations Department: [email protected]
• Tel: +960-4000-300


Weather:
Note: since the resort is close to Mahibadhoo (where there is a weather station), I have added this info from the Conrad Maldives thread as both resorts are close by and the weather will be the same as far as forecasts go (MaldivesFreak)
• General info on weather in the Maldives: Link 1 Link 2 (Maldivian government website)
• Recommended Android weather app: eWeather HD. See this post for detailed info on the app, settings, tips and general weather info (Courtesy of MaldivesFreak)
• Want to get an idea about the weather in the month of August? Click here to read a post from a FT member that spends 2 weeks at Rangali during this month (Courtesy of Splotly)


Pictures - Resort under construction:
• January, 2018 :Link to post:
• June, 2018 :Link to post:
• Approx October, 2018 :Link to post:
• January, 2019 :Link to post:

Pictures & Videos - Post-opening:
• General pics of the resort (July, 2019) :Link to post: (Courtesy of jphripjah)
• The Stella Maris exclusive! :Link to post with links to videos: (Courtesy of alanslegal)
• Breakfast buffet at Tasting Table - Post #1 :Link to post: (Courtesy of alanslegal)
• Breakfast buffet at Tasting Table - Post #2 :Link to post: (Courtesy of jphripjah)
• Breakfast buffet at Tasting Table - Post #3 :Link to post: (Courtesy of Traveler Dave)
• Breakfast buffet at Tasting Table - Post #4 :Link to post: (Courtesy of Another Getaway)
• IVD(in villa dining) :Link to post: (Courtesy of Stivelio)
• Terra (views from all 7 'cages') :Link to post: (Courtesy of jphripjah)
• Terra and Family Pool :Link to post with link to video: (Courtesy of alanslegal)
• Reef Villa with sunset view :Link to post: (Courtesy of Stivelio)
• Views in the direction of Male (night & day pics) :Link to post 1: (Courtesy of wekxbrainx) :Link to post 2: (Courtesy of jphripjah)
• Bicycle tour :Link to post:
• Various resort and villa pics from a stay in November 2019 :Link to post: (Courtesy of aspenedelen)

Reviews:
• Review by goldelite8
• Review by escape4
• Review by Falcons05 (text only)

Historical Information for high rollers:
+ $135 shisha, Check out this post
+ If you do NOT have Gold/Diamond status with Free breakfast AND you decide NOT to pay the $65++ for full buffet at Tasting Table, then you may or may not encounter a $35 charge for a single egg
+ 106,000 dollar bottle of wine: Click
here for a picture of the wine menu (reactions follow on subsequent pages)




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Old Aug 26, 19, 8:26 am
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@goldelite8
I appreciate your awesome review. I have a quick question- how was your snorkeling experience in front of your villa? It would be even more helpful if you can tell us your villa # as well.
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Old Aug 26, 19, 8:46 am
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Originally Posted by noeatbutgo View Post
@goldelite8
I appreciate your awesome review. I have a quick question- how was your snorkeling experience in front of your villa? It would be even more helpful if you can tell us your villa # as well.
Didn't go snorkeling directly behind our villa (in the 700s) but the dive center was close by and the water on the other side of the 700s seemed to be rife with marine life.
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Old Aug 26, 19, 8:48 am
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Originally Posted by goldelite8 View Post
The daily reception at Peacock Alley was also great in the sense that the free non-alcoholic/alcoholic beverages were also unlimited. You could have six or seven drinks and no one will say anything. The food is not substantial but was generally of a high quality.
Haha, I wonder what the record is. I didn't manage more than three beers it's only an hour and the service isn't that fast. I think the key is just to order two drinks for yourself whenever they come by.

Originally Posted by goldelite8 View Post

And as a FYI, you can get unlimited free water in the gym. You get a few bottles every day in your villa but it's amazing how quickly you go through them. Some restaurants were charging $12 or $13 for one bottle of water so the costs can add up quickly and you should figure out ways to avoid paying it.
You can get free apples in the gym too. They don't replenish the fruit bowl in the room. In fact, on day 3 or so, they removed the fruit from my bowl even though the fruit was still perfectly edible.

As for water, I wouldn't be surprised if you could just ask your housekeeper or concierge for more water and you'd get it. I haven't heard of them charging for water except in the restaurants.

Originally Posted by goldelite8 View Post
Personal Concierge

A joke. Our personal concierge, after checking us into the villa, literally disappeared. We were unable to make contact on our first day, and, after many phone calls, we went back to the reception area only to discover that our concierge had left the island. No one informed us of this, reservations we wanted had not been made, and management did not really seem to care. We got a replacement concierge but this kind of left a bad taste in our mouths. When a resort is charging these amounts, they need to be flawless when it comes to this sort of thing.
This is pretty surprising. I thought the system here was that concierges are expected to be VERY attentive and whenever I called for a buggy they would ask my room number and send my concierge if he was available.


Originally Posted by goldelite8 View Post
You get around the resort on bikes (or you can be driven in a buggy). At night time, there are virtually no lights anywhere and the buggies go at exceptionally high speeds. As an attorney, I could never imagine approving this setup from a liability perspective. You need to be VERY careful at all times, especially at night, as the buggies are going quickly and often from hidden turns and, sadly, think it's only a matter of time before someone gets injured. There are not any lights on the bikes. Be careful.
We've heard a few reports of this now. I never noticed it but I absolutely wouldn't have ridden a bicycle at night there. At night, we took the buggies.


Originally Posted by goldelite8 View Post
DO NOT leave anything out in the open on your villa deck. Our bikes were stolen from our villa, which means that someone literally went through our front door and onto our deck to retrieve them. There's no way to prevent this as you cannot lock the outside door to the villa area (you can obviously lock the villa itself). Thankfully, there was nothing of high value in the bikes but disconcerting that this happened at all. What was even more alarming was that the staff did not seem particularly upset about this. We spoke with a couple other guests who reported that the same thing happened to them so seems to be a common occurrence and hopefully they figure out a way to prevent this in the future.
What the hell? People are stealing bikes? Who? Why? Like other guests are coming inside your villa gate to take a bicycle? Why? Do they not have enough of these free use bicycles for every guest when the resort is full?

Or are professional type local bike thieves raiding the resort in the middle of the night and stealing bicycles and then putting them on a boat and slipping away before anyone wakes up?

For those who haven't been there, the resort has a bunch of bicycles available for guests' use and if you tell your concierge you want bikes he or she will have them delivered to your villa inside the gate. I think every villa has an outer door/gate out front but it's not lockable.

One thing I thought was poorly planned with the bikes is that they are all the same color and model. So at breakfast, for example, there may be a couple of dozen identical looking bikes all lined up next to each other and it's invariable that someone is going to get on the "wrong" bike and then that sets off a chain reaction of "well my bike is gone, so I'll just take this one." And then you have to readjust the seat and the gears each time, etc.

If instead of having, say, 200 bikes in green they got 50 each in green, blue, red, and yellow, I think it might cut down on this confusion. Or they could number the bikes. Or just make some removable luggage type tags saying "Villa 104, Villa 609, etc." and put those on the bikes when they are assigned to a guest at the start of the guest's stay.

I do recall riding our two bikes to Tasting Table, and then when we were leaving only two bikes were parked there, but when we started to ride off some guests said "those are ours," and I said "Well, ours were here and now they are gone I think they're first come first served" and then a staff member intervened and said I could take them, but maybe I was being a dick there.

Anyway, if they have a bike shortage and are telling some guests "Sorry, no bikes for you, only two per villa" and now guests are raiding each other's villas for bikes, then I think it's time for them to buy more bikes. Handing out 150 identical looking free use bikes to 250 guests at a high end resort is a great way to create strife and conflict among the guests.
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Old Aug 26, 19, 8:53 am
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Originally Posted by goldelite8 View Post
...............After experiencing the yacht transfer, I actually think the price of $300/pp + 23.2% service charge/tax each way is kind of reasonable.............
Thank you for your detailed review. It would be nice if WA can offer different transfer prices based on yachts.
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Old Aug 26, 19, 10:37 am
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Originally Posted by Traveler Dave View Post


I would just follow the directions they emailed you. No way they go against what they previously emailed you. If they give you any hassle tell them, nicely, you are more than willing to let them get you in their boat for free. Let them know you expect them to honor their commitment, but are willing to work with their new policy. Again, be nice, don’t threaten.

TD
Have had a few friendly emails back and forth with the WA. They promised by email to me on early May that private transfer is possible, but now they have changed their mind, and apperantly are not planning to honour that promise:
"We regret to inform you that we are unable to allow the third party boat to enter to our resort premises." and "We would like to inform you that we are unable to provide any further discount for our transfer fee." Further discount being the standard pricing of 300++.

I have now asked the reservations deparment to get a confirmation from the General Manager of the hotel that they'll not honour their promise nor give a discount. I did actually think they would honour their promise, silly me. Anything else that could be done? Besides the social media bashing
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Old Aug 26, 19, 11:09 am
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Originally Posted by mikamal View Post
Have had a few friendly emails back and forth with the WA. They promised by email to me on early May that private transfer is possible, but now they have changed their mind, and apperantly are not planning to honour that promise:
"We regret to inform you that we are unable to allow the third party boat to enter to our resort premises." and "We would like to inform you that we are unable to provide any further discount for our transfer fee." Further discount being the standard pricing of 300++.

I have now asked the reservations deparment to get a confirmation from the General Manager of the hotel that they'll not honour their promise nor give a discount. I did actually think they would honour their promise, silly me. Anything else that could be done? Besides the social media bashing
That’s so ridiculous. I didn’t get email directly from them that private transfer is possible, however, as I was communicating with WA, the reservation manager said, “Being a Waldorf Astoria and staying true to our communication, we honored any guest who we communicated via email that we do accept 3rd party transportation. And this applied to that guest only who we addressed in that email.“
LOL They aren’t going to honour anything they said. Great service WA!
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Old Aug 26, 19, 1:47 pm
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What a bunch of unorganized, unprofessional.....{insert improvised abusive text here}!!

Don't worry folks, there's very likely to be a revelation as far as their analattitude goes with 3rd party transportation policy. Stay tuned.

As for you guys who have already been told you can take 3rd party transportation to get there, stick to your guns!
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Old Aug 26, 19, 4:15 pm
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Originally Posted by MaldivesFreak View Post
What a bunch of unorganized, unprofessional.....{insert improvised abusive text here}!!

Don't worry folks, there's very likely to be a revelation as far as their analattitude goes with 3rd party transportation policy goes. Stay tuned.

As for you guys who have already been told you can take 3rd party transportation to get there, stick to your guns!
Do you know sometime we don't know or are you thinking that the WA is hearing enough flack that they will have to play nice??
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Old Aug 26, 19, 5:00 pm
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With respect to all of the transfer discussion, I explicitly told management in person that their failure to disclose the mandatory nature of the yacht transfer is an opening for legal liability for them and that they need to be careful. They told me they recognize there are issues with disclosures on the website and sounded like they were going to be making changes.

Another complaint I have is that for anything that goes wrong, they seem to apologize profusely and then do nothing about it. One of my pet peeves. I got multiple people who work here to say to me that the transfer pricing is ridiculous and not competitive.
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Old Aug 26, 19, 7:44 pm
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Originally Posted by goldelite8 View Post

Another complaint I have is that for anything that goes wrong, they seem to apologize profusely and then do nothing about it. One of my pet peeves. I got multiple people who work here to say to me that the transfer pricing is ridiculous and not competitive.
We had a fire alarm go off and on island-wide in all villas loud enough to wake the dead from 11 p.m. - 11:15 p.m. one night and there was no apology at all.
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Old Aug 26, 19, 7:46 pm
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Originally Posted by mikamal View Post
Anything else that could be done?

Tell them you booked flights in reliance on their promise to allow third party transfer and ask if they'll cancel your reservation and cut you a check for $2,000 for the canceled flights. I mean, I'm assuming that's true. I don't know. Only you know that. They could ask to see the airline booking dates and proof. Or they may not and might just reduce the transfer fee further.
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Old Aug 27, 19, 3:24 am
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Hi - maybe I misread but are some people getting the OWV for 120k per night? I know the BV is 120k per night and that's what I was going to book...
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Old Aug 27, 19, 4:04 am
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Originally Posted by windk View Post
I also emailed them to change 2/5 nights from BV to OWV free of charge for our April 2020 stay! Thanks all for sharing this (we saved 400x2x23.2%!)
What have I missed -- are there free upgrades to OWV? We got an April 2020 stay as well.
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Old Aug 27, 19, 5:49 am
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Deleted, double post.

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Old Aug 27, 19, 5:52 am
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Originally Posted by Traveler Dave View Post
SCUBA Pics

Quick BIO: I am 52 years old. Have been diving since I was 15. Most of my vacations since I was 25+ have had diving/snorkeling in the mix. Done several dive boat charters.

I can tell you this is hands down the best dive boat I have ever been on. I get that everything is brand new, but they know how to do this right.


Thanks for the insight! Staying there next week and was wondering how much it costs to dive there? We are PADI Advanced Divers and would not need a refresher dive if that makes a difference.
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