Learn about the yacht rally


Capital

Malé

Language

DV

Temperature

30°C

Sea temparature

22°C to 28°C

SAVAADHEETHTHA DHATHURU RALLY

The rally is scheduled to begin its journey on February 2022 starting from the most northern atoll of the country, Haa Alif Atoll, taking a course of 3 weeks to reach Baa Atoll. The rally is designed to visit a total of 11 inhabited islands giving guests the chance to see local heritage sites on those islands and experience the island lifestyle. There will be 6 designated anchor points where yachtsmen can anchor their boats. Sea transfer will be arranged by the organiser to the remaining islands.


OUR JOURNEY

‘Savaadheeththa Dhathuru’ is a sailing event organized by the Maldives Integrated Tourism Corporation (MITDC) which invites Yachtsmen from all across the globe to participate in a journey across the Maldives seas, making stops at local islands, exploring the heritage, experiencing famous dive sites, sandbanks etc. It is proposed to be made as an annual event depending on its success.


OUR GOAL

The aim of the organizers is to promote Maldivian culture & heritage, its rich history as well as yacht tourism and to exploit the benefits of strengthening these areas within the tourism industry of the country. MITDC highlights this event as a tribute to one of the greatest King (Sultan) to rule the small island nation, As-Sultan al-Gaazee Muhammad Thakurufaanu al-Auzam or more famously known as Bodu Thakurufaanu.


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