MV Princess Lara

  • Cruising the Maldives with MV Princess Lara


    MV Princess Lara is a cruiser which will help make your Maldives holiday getaway a wonderful one. Essentially, MV Princess Lara is the most exquisite safari yacht throughout the Maldives will provide you with – wind surfing, fishing, diving, snorkeling, cruising as well as dropping by a variety of islands, which includes desert islands and certainly sailing around the Maldives, or perhaps, hovering within the tropical sea waters in Indian Ocean.

    MV Princess Lara is a hull type made of wood yacht built in November 2007. It measures somewhere between 10.610 meters in width, 35 meters in length and is 4.980 meters in depth. Its cruise speed is about 13 knots.

    MV Princess Lara liveaboard can accommodate no more than 20 guests within a totality of 10 exquisite cabins and also is readily available for full lease only. The entire rooms are perfectly air-conditioned with attached en-suite bathrooms as well as a hot and cold shower area. Within the lower deck, there are five state rooms that highlight twin beds that can be easily converted to a king bed. To the upper deck or even called as honeymoon suite, there are three suites that have double bed as well as a sight of the sea. The main deck is fully air-conditioned that has a bar and restaurant, saloon and open sitting area. To the sizeable sundeck, there is a large Jacuzzi by which to sit back and watch the Maldives cruise by or have a sip of an evening tropical drink. In addition, it’s the best area to get direct sunlight and become totally free from many other cruisers.

    The staffs of MV Princess Lara are mostly Maldivians, Spanish, Italians and almost everyone on the ship is speaking English.

    This luxury yacht provides a cozy multimedia area that features a television set, CD, DVD, tape player, library, telephone and internet as well as a charging station for 24 hours.

    The Maldives is just a perfect land of sun and water. It’s an ideal heaven for those who need to wind down and loosen up with liveaboard by MV Princess Lara.