The Maldives is a fairly recent surf discovery made in 1973 by Australians Tony Hinde and Mark Scanlon. Three hundred and fifty miles southwest of Sri Lanka, the Maldivian atolls are a fantasy of perfect surf breaking in turquoise waters along coral reefs that are mostly unknown to the outside world.
Horizon II is a 78-foot, purpose-built surf cruiser that has spent the last few years probing the southern/outer atolls of the Maldives, uncovering the secrets of all those distant reefs – how they work, when they work, when to be there.
Ocean Oasis is a Fast Attack Surf Exploration Yacht Formerly Known as Horizon III.
Gurahali is 90 feet of traditional Maldivian comfort and class; a hardwood sailing cruiser that combines centuries-old Maldivian design with the best in 21st Century propulsion, navigation, communication, comfort, service and cuisine.
Feel at home on the Theia - 32 meters/105-feet plus of luxury designed to spoil guests on deck and in the water.
Chaaya Island Dhonveli is a not a surf resort, it’s a four-star resort that caters to surfers because it happens to have a perfect left wrapping around one side.