Rippling across the equator for nearly 5000km, Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands.
Handhu Falhi is one of the highest quality budget surf charter operating in the Maldives today. The low price point masks the overall quality of this experience which will certainly not dissapoint! You can expect quality accommodation, expert knowledgable surf guides and a welcoming crew. Launched in 2001, the surf boat comfortably accommodates up to 10 guests in five air-conditioned, ensuite twin cabins. She cruises through the surf rich North Malè Atolls at 10 knots, allowing you to discover the best surf spots available.
The Malè Atolls have over a dozen surf spots that break consistently betweenf March and October. User-friendly waves with deep water take-offs and long walls with some full on barrell sections. In the space of two hours travelling, you have an incredible wavepark!
Inbetween surfs you can kick back and relax on the upper decks and soak up the stunning scenery. Most of your meals will be served in the air-conditioned lounge, where you can also use the TV, DVD and stereo.
Length / Width: 78ft / 22ft
Rooms: 5 air-conditioned twin share cabins with en suites.
This charter accepts a maximum of 10 guests.
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Engine: One 225hp. One fibreglass dingy with 15hp outboard engine.
Other Activities: FIshing and snorkelling (all gear is onboard), as well as visiting resorts and uninhabited islands.
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Food is a mix of local and western dishes, with plenty of it to refuel you after surfing up to eight hours per day. The Chef on the Handhu Falhi is committed to preparing you a hearty meal using fresh local ingredients. Here you will find an example menu - trust us you won’t go hungry.
Breakfast: A light breakfast is usually served before an early surf to get you in the water sooner. Cereal, fruit tea and coffee will be laid out early and you help yourself before hitting the waves. This is usually followed by a hot breakfast served after your morning waves. Try toast, eggs, sausage, baked beans, coffee and tea plus everything your body craves after a morning of hard surfing.
Lunch: For lunch you’ll be served a range of dishes but typically you can expect – pasta, salads and vegies with meat and fish dishes.
Dinner: For dinner, look forward to a variety of curries, rice dishes, pasta, meat and fish.
Snacks such as fruit are available throughout the day and chocolates etc can be purchased.
This region of the Maldives experiences a similar surf season to Indonesia. The best waves can be had from March to October, with the biggest swells likely to occur in June/July/August.During these months the conditions are predominantly off-shore all day and the swell direction is mainly South South East (SSE). The surf generally ranges in size from 2-8 feet, however bigger days have been experienced.
A great variety of reef breaks exist ranging in intensity from quite mellow shreddable walls to gnarlier hollow pits. There is something for everyone. In the North Male’ atoll, between Male’ and Thulhusdhoo is an assortment of breaks.
North/South Male Atoll - Cokes (Right 4-8ft), Jailbreaks (Right 4-9ft), Chickens (Left 8-10ft), Guru's (Left 4-8ft) and Riptides (Right 2-8ft).
Private Charters: Minimum of 9 guests / maximum of 10 to privately hire this surf boat. There is a group discount, otherwise the price is based on 'Individual Rate'.
Charters start at Male Airport at approx. 10pm on day 1 of your charter.
Charters finish at Male Airport at approx. 3pm on the last day of your charter.
Minimum of 5 guests needed to charter.
Non-refundable deposit of £552 per person. Full balance due 6 weeks before departure.
The Maldivian Government curently charges 12% GST. If this increases prior to you paying your balance then you will need to pay the increased amount.
Prices can fluctuate due to fluctuations in currency. Enquire for latest availability and prices.
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Fly to Male airport where the team will greet you.
Charters start at Male airport approx. 10pm on Day 1 of your charter.
Charters finish at Male Airport approx. 3pm on the last day of your charter.
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