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Dive trips in the Maldives with Ocean Dancer

Introduction
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65 million years ago the islands of the Maldives were part of a huge volcanic mountain range. When the volcanoes ceased to be active they submerged sinking at a rate slow enough that coral formations could grow on their rims. This coral growth eventually became the fringing reefs of the atolls. Recent surveys have discovered that the depth of coral on the fringing reef is as much as 2100m (6400ft), a remarkable statistic when you consider a coral massif may grow just 2mm (0.08in) annually.
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"Ocean Dancer" in the Maldives
To experience the best of the diving in the Maldives, you need to move with the seasons and the currents. Diving from the “Ocean Dancer” allows this and gives you the optimum chance of seeing thrilling animals such as sharks and manta rays.
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Testimonials
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Diving Gallery
Visit the Gallery! The archipelago which forms the republic of Maldives is consisted by an innumerable quantity of atolls worked by the coral reef...
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Requirements

In order to scuba dive, divers need to bring their log books or other evidence of certification. All internationally recognised certification is accepted. Divers holding PADI "Open Water" or equivalent certification and fewer than 20 logged dives need to dive with an instructor.

Most diving trips take place in North and South Male Atolls, Felidu  and in Ari Atoll. The water temperature remains warm...

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Itinerary Sample
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Enriched Air/Nitrox

Nitrox: Trying to decide if it is right for you

What is Nitrox?
Nitrox is air that has been enriched by taking away some of the nitrogen using a membrane system to release the excess gas or using a blending system to add more oxygen than the 21% which is found in air...

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Planning Guide
You will find in these pages useful information about your diving trip !
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