Explorer is the Most Intimate Four Seasons Resort

Four Seasons has two resorts in Maldives, one at Kuda Huraa and the other at Landaa Giraavaru. Now they have added a new dimension to their presence in Maldives by launching the Four Seasons Explorer. It is a three deck luxury catamaran and has been positioned as the most intimate Four Seasons resort. It will start operating in the azure waters of the Maldives and allow the guests to reach the remotest idylls that can be accessed through a yacht alone. The luxury yacht can take the guests to Maldive’s untouched reefs, vibrant thilas, exciting channels and wrecks.

The Four Seasons Explorer offers luxurious accommodation for a maximum of 22 guests and an equal number of trained crew. Initially the Explorer will offer three, four or seven night cruises. Customized private charters will also be possible. Four Seasons sees the launch of the Explorer as an extension of the resorts that augments the luxury vacation experience. The explorer not only provides luxurious accommodation but superb dining as well.

The exciting experiences you can have on the Explorer is the Deep Sea Dive. Explorer provides opportunity for night dives where you can mingle with manta rays, whale sharks and other marine life. Or you can simply charter a private cruise and design it according to your interests. The menus on board the Explorer can also be tailored to suite your tastes. The Explorer will take you to remote towns and villages where you get a chance to experience Maldivian culture first-hand. The Explorer offers you every imaginable water sport. And to top it all a Four Seasons Explorer resident spa therapist offers natural therapies inspired by Asia’s ancient healing principles. And you can enjoy the relaxing treatment on a peaceful and isolated stretch of sand during one of the ship’s many stops to isolated islands.


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