Jump aboard Maavahi Surf Charters for an authentic surf trip experience that you’ll remember forever. Top rated in the Maldives, Maavahi is a beautiful 85ft traditional cruiser and is the perfect charter boat to navigate and explore the wave rich and pristine Malé Atolls of the Maldives.
Maavahi accommodates up to 12 guests, with three spacious decks and six air-conditioned cabins with ensuite bathrooms. The shaded top level deck, offering panoramic views, is the perfect spot for a morning surf check or afternoon beers as the sun sets.
Maavahi is fully equipped with sun loungers, snorkeling and fishing equipment, an indoor games room and bar as well as a 16ft support dinghy for on-demand surf sessions or island adventures. With plenty of space to kick back and relax as the beautiful Indian Ocean passes by, Maavahi caters for both surfers and non-surfers alike.
The Malé Atolls
Get ready to be stunned by the breathtaking beauty of the Malé Atolls – a tropical paradise which ticks all the boxes for surfers and non-surfers alike. With crystal clear water, pristine beaches and waves aplenty, this is a dream destination for your next surf trip.
The Malé Atolls are made up of the North and South Malé Atolls, 107 islands, stunning reefs and some of the prettiest beaches in the world. Surfers can choose from 13 different waves, from Riptides in the South Malé Atoll, to Chickens, Cokes or Jailbreaks in the North Malé Atoll. This surf region has something for everyone, with a variety of reef breaks ranging in intensity from mellow shreddable walls to gnarly hollow pits.
The Malé Atolls promise an unforgettable Maldivian surf trip experience, and on board Maavahi you’ll be treated to a level of service and expertise that is truly unmatched.
7 & 9 Night Itineraries
Known as the top rated surf charter in the Maldives, Maavahi Surf Charters offers both 9-night charters in the Outer Atolls, and 7-night charters in the Malé Atolls. Maavahi’s Malé Atolls itinerary operates from July through to November, and is the perfect option for time-poor or budget-conscious surfers looking for the ultimate surf adventure in the Maldives. This itinerary allows guests the convenience of landing at the Malé International Airport and jumping on board Maavahi right away.
For surfers willing to go the extra mile for a truly remote experience, Maavahi’s origional Outer Atolls itinerary will be a surf trip you’ll never forget, and operates from February through to June. To reach the Outer Atolls, World Surfaris will arrange a short and scenic domestic flight from the Malé International Airport.
On board Maavahi, there are 6 spacious guest cabins. All 6 cabins have twin bunk beds (1 below and 1 above), and are located on the lower deck of the boat.
All cabins have air conditioning, ensuite bathrooms and hot and cold showers. There is also a small wardrobe for storage and a wall fan if you don’t like air conditioning.
Cabins are serviced twice daily by the Maavahi Surf Charters crew for optimal comfort while on charter.
After surfing or exploring the Malé Atolls all day, you’ll be ready for a delicious feast cooked by your own private chef.
On board Maavahi Surf Charters, the professional chef prepares three delicious meals a day, combining traditional Maldivian and international cuisines. As a guest on board Maavahi you can enjoy your meals in the spacious dining room, or take in spectacular views of the Outer Atolls up on one of the two upper decks. Snacks, tea and coffee are also available throughout the day and night.
The Maavahi crew are committed to the environment and sustainable surfing, and Maavahi produces its own fresh filtered water on board daily – up to 250 litres of fresh water per person, per day!
Surf Maavahi Surf Charters – Malé Atolls
A surf charter on board Maavahi gives you the best chance of scoring epic waves, sampling the best surf breaks the Maldives has to offer in the Malé Atolls. From novelty surf breaks like Cokes, Sultans or Chickens, to lesser known lineups that only the locals know of, you are bound to score memorable sessions all week long.
The surf season in the Malé Atolls is similar to Indonesia, with the best waves on offer from March through to October. If you’re chasing bigger waves, you’re likely to see more swell throughout June, July and August. The waves in the Malé Atolls are all in relatively close proximity, so you’re guaranteed not to lose too much valuable surf time while cruising between breaks.
Upon request, World Surfaris can arrange for a surf photographer to join your charter at an additional cost.
Previously off-limits, Jailbreaks is a long right-hander with three sections, including a mid-barrel section. When it’s lining up right, you can expect a super-fun 300m ride!
Travelling 20 minutes north you’ll find this fun right-hander which breaks off Kani Resort. It’s great for beginners to intermediate surfers. With an easier take-off, on smaller days, Ninjas is good for longboarders or cruising on a fish, and on bigger swells it’s lots of fun on a shortboard.
Cokes is one of the most well-known waves in the region. It’s a hollow right-hander which breaks at between 3 to 10 ft. It’s more protected from the southerly winds than Lohis and offers up deep tube rides for the more experienced surfers.
On the other side of Cokes, Chickens is the fastest left-hander in the North Malé Atoll. It’s a swell magnet and can handle swell from 3 to over 10 ft, with rides up to 500m long.
Sultans is one of the most consistent and user-friendly right-handers in the world. With long walls and barrel sections, Sultans has plenty of take-off spots, so crowds shouldn’t be a problem.
Quarters is a small, quick right-hander that works well in bigger swells. In the right conditions, surfers can enjoy punchy barrels in the inside section.
Breaking over shallow reef, Natives is a hollow right-hander suited to more experienced surfers. In bigger swells Natives serves up long, fast barrels.
This wave is widely known as one of the best lefts in the Maldives. With fun barrels and long 200 metre rides, Tucky Joes is one of the reasons you surf the Maldives.
When the swell is bigger, Riptides is a fast right-hander that breaks for more than 150 metres, with the occasional barrel section. It’s a great wave for surfers of all levels.
Kates is a fun, short left-hander with a steep take-off that works best in north-west and northerly winds and is softer on a higher tide.
With a consistent right as well as a left-hander, Twin Peaks is a swell magnet and one of the more relaxed waves in the region.
Located off Thanburudhoo Island, Honkeys is a super-fun left-hander with a mellow take-off, with a 90-degree bend offering a whackable wall. It’s fun, but not always consistent.
On a surf charter you need an experienced surf guide with knowledge of the local surf breaks. On board Maavahi, we provide the most experienced surf guides you will ever meet, many of whom grew up surfing the area.
Our surf guides are constantly checking surf conditions. They stay in contact with other skippers and surf guides in the area to find fun and empty waves for guests staying on board Maavahi.
You’re in capable hands with our World Surfaris surf guides who have a solid understanding of swells, tides and winds – and may even introduce you to a few secret spots!
You don’t have to be a surfer to have fun on board Maavahi Surf Charters, there are plenty of other things to keep you entertained. A range of recreational activities are available to help you explore the beautiful Malé Atolls and the local islands.
The Maldives are well-known for its abundant marine life and fishing is top of the list for many of our guests on board Maavahi. Guests can troll for tuna, mackerel, barracuda and may even be lucky enough to reel in a sail-fish! Maavahi is equipped with fishing equipment, however it is preffered that guests bring their own rods and gear.
Grab a snorkel, goggles and fins and explore the beauty of the Malé Atolls from the boat. With crystal clear water and an abundance of fish and coral species, the Maldives is rated as one of the top ten dive sites in the world.
Visit a Local Village
Learn about local culture with a visit to a local Maldivian village. A unique experience to soak up the culture and lifestyles of locals living in the Malé Atolls.