Why you should choose EcoPro Moonima:
Experienced Maldivian Dive guides, Internet and Nitrox is available at an extra charge.
The top 10 reasons to join a Liveaboard in the Maldives

The super comfortable yacht, EcoPro Moonima, is built in traditional Maldivian style and made from high-quality tropical wood.
It is 30 meters long and has a total of 10 cabins, each with its own bathroom and individually controlled air conditioning.
There are 7 standard cabins located on the lower deck, 5 of the cabins have double beds plus a single bed and can accommodate 2 guests and maximum 3 guests if required.
The 2 other standard cabins have only double bed. Each cabin on the lower deck is equipped with portholes.
On the upper deck there are 3 double cabins with a beautiful sea view window.
To provide the best diving experience and highest level of comfort, service, and EcoProDivers standards, the boat only allows a maximum of 18 passengers on board.

On board EcoPro Moonima, passengers will find a cozy and extremely pleasant atmosphere. You can relax on the various outdoor areas and enjoy the "Well Being" offers, which include Lavazza coffee, beer from a tapping system and various cocktails and mocktails during sunset.
The "Well Being" concept has been implemented on board Moonima aiming to address all passengers' senses during their stay.
It provides the opportunity to bring their body and soul into harmony and gather new energy for their stressful everyday life.
The highest value is placed on the selection of products to ensure the best possible experience for passengers.

At EcoPro Divers they strongly believe in the concept of merging liveaboard diving with the principles of marine conservation.
They have implemented several measures in their operations that are geared towards this goal.
One of their initiatives involves using drinking water that is generated through an osmosis and mineralizing system and they also provide refillable drinking water bottles, biodegradable shampoo and shower gel, reusable bamboo straws and serve draft beer instead of cans amongst other eco-friendly practices.

They have also been actively involved in marine conservation for many years and they are dedicated to imparting some of this knowledge to their divers through their detailed briefings.
Moreover, their guests have the opportunity to interact with employees of prominent organizations such as the Maldives Whaleshark Research Programme and Manta Trust, who often join the tours and offer insightful presentations on the subject of conservation.
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Some of the most frequently asked questions about the Maldives.
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Moonima - schedule

Moonima - prices and what's included

Prices are per person per trip and based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.
Exact pricing is available on the schedule here as prices vary dependant on the time of year, destination and the length of the trip and sometimes special offers are available.

Please note: The minimum experience level requirement for trips on EcoPro Mooninma is Advanced open water level and 50 logged dives for all trips.

The trip price includes:
Cruise 7 nights: Package 16 dives
Cruise 10 nights: Package 23 dives
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (in buffet style)
Mineral water, American coffee tea
Wi-Fi internet access (if available in navigation area)
Transportation to and from the airport
Maldivian GST 16%
Diving dhoni (with aluminum oxygen tanks 12 lt. And weights)
Island tours and barbecue on the beach (depending on the route)

The trip price does not include:
Flight ticket
Drinks (apart from Mineral water, American coffee tea)
Diving courses
Diving equipment rent
Maldivian green tax $ 6 per person per night to pay on the boat
Nitrox to qualified divers
Extra diving
Fishing trip
Tips (we suggest 10 US $ per guest per day)
Transport from and to the airport in speed boat or air in the calendar beginning of the cruise
Dive insurance is mandatory as is your own personal dive computer (You can rent one for the trip if you do not have your own).
As well as the Mandatory Dive Insurance we highly recommend Trip and Travel Insurance on the off chance of missed or cancelled flights / lost baggage, documents, money or passport / Covid issues or any other unforeseen problems that could possibly occur.
Dive Assure Insurance offers cover for all these eventualities as well as complete Dive Insurance all in one package.
Everything not described in “The trip price includes”
Please note: Due to the 40% rise in fuel prices in the Maldives there will now, unfortunately, be a $15 a night fuel surcharge levied by the boat to be paid on board

For a single cabin, non sharing, please add 50%, if you are a single diver and happy to share with another diver of the same sex the price is as stated originally.

Booking and Cancellation Terms and Conditions.
Booking deposit: 30% of your invoice total is required within 7 days of booking to confirm your booking.
Final payment of 70% is due to 90 days prior to the departure date to complete your invoice payment.
Individual bookings made less than 90 days before the departure date will be payable in full upon booking to confirm your booking.
Cancellation at any stage involves forfeit of monies already payed.
Payment can be made via Credit or Debit card (Visa, AMEX, Mastercard), Revolut pay, Wise, Bank transfer or Apple and Google pay at no extra charge.

Full charter:
Booking deposit:
10% - within 7 days of booking - non-refundable
Second deposit:
20% 180 days prior to departure - non-refundable
Balance due
90 days before departure - non-refundable

Moonima - Video

Moonima - cabins

There are 10 cabins for 18 guests with 3 on the Upper deck with a sea view and 7 on the Lower deck.

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    Double Upper deck cabin

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    Double upper deck cabin

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    Double or twin lower deck cabin

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    Double or twin lower deck cabin

Lower Deck Cabins
There are 7 standard cabins located on the lower deck
5 of the cabins have double beds plus a single bed and can accommodate 2 guests and maximum 3 guests if required.
The 2 other standard cabins have only one double bed.
Each cabin on the lower deck is equipped with Air conditioning, private bathroom and shower and portholes to let in the natural light.

Lower Deck Cabins
There are 7 standard cabins located on the lower deck
5 of the cabins have double beds plus a single bed and can accommodate 2 guests and maximum 3 guests if required.
The 2 other standard cabins have only one double bed.
Each cabin on the lower deck is equipped with Air conditioning, private bathroom and shower and portholes to let in the natural light.

Upper Deck Cabins
On the upper deck there are 3 double cabins with beautiful sea view windows.
Each cabin has air conditioning, sea view windows and a private bathroom and shower.
These cabins are more suited for couples.

Moonima - diving

Some of the most frequently asked questions about Maldives Diving
When is the Best time to Go / Maldives Dive Seasons
About Maldives Diving and the Dive Sites
How to get to the Maldives
The top 10 reasons to join a Liveaboard in the Maldives
What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving
Are these trips suitable for non-divers / snorkellers

Moonima - itineraries

Please choose your Itinerary

Central atolls
North and Central Atolls

Arrival and departure questions and answers..

What is the ideal check in time ?12pm

What is the earliest check in time ?12pm

What is the latest check in time ?4pm is the last scheduled transfer but for an extra charge later transfers can be arranged outside of these times at approximately $15 per person

Where are you met on the day of boarding ?You will be met by an Eco Pro Divers staff member in front of the arrival exit, after baggage claim, at the international airport

Is there a check out dive on the boarding day or it is the following morning ?On the day of arrival and departure there is no diving

What time does diving end on the day before check out ?Diving will end around noon on the day before dis-embarkation enabling you to fly the next day.

What time is check out on the last day ?7-8am

For your flight arrival times ideally you should aim to arrive around midday on the day of departure as due to a same day turn around of the boat the guests from the trip before will be departing in the morning. The rest of the morning the boat will be being cleaned and prepared for your arrival around lunchtime.
You can arrive on the day of departure as late as 10pm as the boat will not leave the Male area on the first day. Whatever time you arrive on the day of departure you will be met off your flight at the arrivals area by our boat representatives and taken to the boat, about 10 minutes from the airport.

If you would like to arrive the day before it is possible to stay in the airport hotel which is on the adjacent island (HulhulMale) as the airport (Hulhule island) or stay in another guesthouse on Hulhulemale Island for the night, we don’t recommend booking somewhere in Male as this involves a ferry ride to the next island.
If you stay on Hulhulemale island your hotel will then deliver you back to the airport the following day (the day of departure) where you will be met by the boats representatives and taken directly to the ship. Please check with your hotel / guest house if this is a free transfer as some of them charge for this service. Planes do not fly late into the night so you will be able to sleep.

We recommend that you check your travel insurance will cover anything interrupting your travel plans as well as offer great dive insurance
We recommend Dive Assure Insurance as it offers cover for all these eventualities as well as complete Dive Insurance all in one package.

Some of the most frequently asked questions about the Maldives.
When is the best time to dive the Maldives - How to get to the Maldives - The top 10 reasons to join a Liveaboard in the Maldives - Maldives Diving and the Dive sites - What are the advantage of a Liveaboard over Shore diving - Information about the Maldives - Are these trips suitable for non-divers / snorkellers - The Latest Maldives Travel Information - Other general FAQs