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6-night Shipwreck Diving Trip

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  • 6-night accommodation in a stunning hotel on a local island

  • Full Board Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner

  • Transfers: 1-hour return plane from Malé to Addu, in the South of the Maldives.

  • All taxes & charges: Green Tax, Service Charge and Goods & Service Tax

  • 6 dives in the untouched beauty of Southern Maldives

  • Dive at the British Loyalty Shipwreck, which was sunk by torpedo attack at the end of WW2 

  • Private Bikini Beach


This 6-night Shipwreck Diving Trip gives travellers the opportunity to explore the Maldives’ in an exciting manner. 

This trip is for diving enthusiastsshipwreck and nature-loving travellers on a mid-range budget who prefer to travel to the Maldives independently and enjoy the freedom of having a flexible self-guided Maldives holiday itinerary.

Perfect for couples, families, solo travellers and groups.

Local Island

Enjoy a scenic 1h10 minute domestic flight to a beautiful local island called Gan in the Deep South of the Maldives. 


This untouched paradise is famous for its thriving underwater world. A perfect place for those who wish to try recreational activities such as fishing, snorkelling, island tours and diving are to be mention a few.


With 7 affordable, comfortable and fully-furnished and equipped rooms, relax in modern and elegant design. 


Divers Home is a modern stylish hotel set aside beyond the equator, features a modern restaurant, free Wi-Fi and garden lounge. All rooms are fitted with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a kettle, a shower, a hairdryer and a desk. The rooms include a wardrobe and a private bathroom. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests. 


All meals are served in the 3S Lounge located in Divers Home, a 24-hour open restaurant. Breakfast Buffet is served from 7.30am to 10am. Lunch and dinner served à la carte. 

The British Loyalty Shipwreck in Addu, Maldives

The 1944 British Loyalty Shipwreck, is one of the most famous in The Maldives - with a fascinating history!

The impressive 5583-tonne oil tanker, British Loyalty was built in 1928 by Palmers Co. Ltd. in Newcastle, England. The ship was torpedoed twice by enemy submarines during WW2. The first torpedo was caused by a Japanese midget submarine in the Diego Suarez harbour in Madagascar on May 30th, 1942. As a consequence, the British Loyalty was damaged and taken to Addu Atoll in 1943 to be used as a storage hulk.


She was torpedoed again in Addu Atoll on March 9th, 1944. This time, by Germans! The German U-183 submarine had ingeniously fired through a gap in the submarine nets blocking Gan Kandu. The ship was damaged but not sunk and remained there for the rest of the war. The British Loyalty was finally scuttled on January 5th, 1946, before the British withdrew from Gan. According to Mr. Mohammed Ibraheem Loutfi, who was a Maldivian liaison officer during the war, the ship was towed by tug to its present location and finally sunk by the guns of a British warship.

Hotel Photos

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Room Amenities:

  • Air conditioning and fan

  • In-room safe

  • Flat-screen TV

  • Desk

  • Kettle

  • Hair dryer

  • Daily housekeeping service

  • Wireless internet access 

  • Diving Centre (PADI & SSI) 

  • Room service

  • Laundry service

More activities:

Activities at an extra cost:

  • Scuba Diving

  • Reef Snorkelling

  • Sunset Cruise

  • Dolphin Cruise

  • Reef Discover Snorkelling

  • Night Fishing Game Fishing 

  • Private Island Explorer

  • Private Island / Beach BBQ 

  • Addu Tour on Mini Bus

  • Resort Tour


Please note that this trip does not include your international flight to Malé Velana Airport.

Please advise us of any special dietary requirements in advance so we can prepare to accommodate these requests. 


Keep in mind that this hotel will not serve pork and alcoholic drinks as according to Maldives Law, as it is located on a local island. If you want to drink alcohol, check out our budget resorts.

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