Feel at home on the Theia - 32 meters/105-feet plus of luxury designed to spoil guests on deck and in the water.
Theia is 105-feet of luxury designed to spoil guests with a crew of 10 overseeing as many as 18 guests (10 surfers maximum).
Accommodation is in comfortable luxurious cabins on three levels where relaxation, food, drink and entertainment can make even the saltiest surfer smile after an all day session in the tropical sun.
Theia is powered by a 480 hp Doosan Daewoo marine engine and is accompanied by a 17-meter support dhoni and small tender to access the surf breaks.
Theia is a 105’, timber hulled motor yacht with all the beauty, style and finish of the finest traditional timber motor yachts but thoroughly fitted with every modern feature for fun, safety and comfortable cruising.
Theia‘s sun deck adjoins the ‘Sky Bar’, so you can soak up the sun and your favorite drink while watching the picture-perfect surf and tropical islands. Most meals are eaten in the shade of the dining terrace.
The on-board chef, sous-chef and waiter are dedicated to bringing you the finest, and most filling, selection of Asian and European dishes. There’s also a spacious air- conditioned lounge with a bar, Wi-Fi, panoramic views, flat screen TV, video, DVD, PlayStation 3 and a Wii.
Guest accommodations on Theia include a deluxe double cabin, five superior rooms and two Sea view Suites. All rooms are air-conditioned with en-suite facilities.
Most rooms are double occupancy, however two can be converted to triples on request, giving a maximum of up to 18 guests per trip (10 surfers maximum). The luxurious Sea View Suites feature fine linen, polished timber paneling and big picture windows providing views of sapphire blue waters and palm clad tropical islands.
All bookings are for exclusive groups only. Non-surfers are very welcome and a special non-surfer rate is available.
The Surf Season runs from mid February to November, when low pressure systems in the southern Indian Ocean generate consistent swells. The early part of the season has the most stable weather, with light, favorable winds. Swell consistency and size improves from February, with March, April and May having very clean conditions.
June to August have the most potential for big swells, although tropical storms can be more common in these months.
September and October are also very consistent months for swell, with winds less variable and tropical storms becoming less frequent. November is still quite consistent for small to medium size waves and the weather is usually perfect for a beach holiday.
Theia focuses on the surf in the Central Atoll zone primarily around 4 atolls: Laamu, Meemu, Thaa and Dhaalu.
These atolls host a number of breaks that go by different names depending on who you talk to; some include Finnimas (L), Mikado (R), Machines (R), Malik’s (L) and Haymark (L). Our experienced surf guides will make sure you are in the right place at the right time.
The Maldives in the middle of the Indian Ocean is known as the flattest country in the world. The highest point in all of the Maldives is less than 10 feet above sea level. That unique geography makes the Maldives wide open to wind, weather and swell.
The Maldives have two seasons based on the monsoons that form over Asia: From November to April is Northwest monsoon season when hot dry air flows toward the equator and over the Maldives. The clear skies from November to April attract snowbirds from all over Europe and the world. This is prime tourist season for the Maldives but not prime surf season.
In April and May at the start of the northern hemisphere summer, Low pressure areas attract cool moist winds flowing from the Indian Ocean in the southwest across the Maldives. The southwest monsoon lasts from May to October, which is also prime surf season as southern hemisphere winter Low pressure systems off Antarctica spray long energy bands NW across the Indian Ocean.
As the Maldives straddle the equator the effects of the Monsoon Seasons are minimized. Rain and wind squalls pass through mainly June through August. Air temperatures are in the 80s and 90s while the water temperature is in the 80s year-around.
To sum it all up, the surf in the Maldives is best from late February through October, with the biggest months, June, July and August often getting rain from the wet winds of the southwest monsoon.
The Maldives are Water World, so anything fun you can think of above and below the surface of the water is first rate in this archipelago: diving, fishing, spear fishing, SUP, kite surfing. The comforts of Theia make it perfect for resting and relaxing, catching up on reading and just plain snoozing for hours at a time – knowing the surf will be there when you wake up, followed by wining and dining.
Resort island visits can be arranged for a disco night; band or cultural show and for use of a Spa or Dive Centr.
|Surfer #||Group Rates P/P|
|8 Surfers||$ 4,425 per person|
|9 Surfers||$ 3,995 per person|
|10 Surfers||$ 3,638 per person|
|11 Surfers||$ 3,588 per person|
|12+ Surfers||$ 3,536 per person|
|Individuals, Open Charters||$3,765 per person|
|Rates above include roundtrip Inter Atoll Flights, Maximum 8’6 length for board bags on domestic flights|
$1,000 nonrefundable deposit per person due upon confirmation. Final payment due 90 days prior to departure. Price subject to fluctuation.
|1||June 01 – 11||12 Spots|
|2||June 11 – 21||12 Spots|
|3||June 22 – July 02||12 Spots|
|4||July 02 – 12||12 Spots|
|5||July 13 – 23||12 Spots|
|6||July 23 – Aug 02||12 Spots|
|7||Aug 03 – 13||12 Spots|
|8||Aug 13 – 23||Booked|
|9||Aug 24 – Sept 03||12 Spots|
|10||Sept 03 – 13||12 Spots|
|11||Sept 14 – 24||12 Spots|
|12||Sept 24 – Oct 04||12 Spots|
|13||Oct 05 – 15||Booked|