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Diving in Addu Atoll

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Addu Atoll The most southern atoll of the Maldives, which is located south of the equator and used to be a British Royal Air Force base. Here are some possible sites you may visit: The Manta Cleaning Station in Maa Kandu is located inside the northern channel at a depth of 17-20 meters.
The British Loyalty is 134 meters long and sits at a depth of 33 meters, lying on its port side. From the surface, when visibility is good, it is possible to see the starboard-side railings 15 meters below. The propeller is at a depth of between 23m and 28m and originally had 4 blades, each 2m long. The top blade is missing today, but the remaining 3 are complete and covered with corals.

When to dive in Addu Atoll

Everyday morning when the incoming current starts we see a couple of mantas on cleaning stations.
the best thing is we don't have a season for mantas, it's all year round.

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Common marine life sightings for Addu Atoll

More Information

Gan has an International Airport. There are few flights a day with Maldivian airlines from Malé. Once you arrived hotel can arrange vehicles for your welcoming. 
Five beautiful islands are connected with  bridges, and all the amazing dive sites are also very close 30-45 mins.

Time Zone
230 V
C, D, G, J, K, L
1st Stage
INT / Yoke / K
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