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Updated by Lavinia Woolf on Aug 12, 2014
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Water Sports in Maldives – revel in awe-inspiring comfort

Maldives islands have a wide range of activities water-sports freaks. Appease your craving to play with water in Maldives Island Resorts to your heart's content. It adds a speck of adventure to your lifestyle.

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. Diving

. Diving

Anantara Naladhu Maldives offer courses on advanced open-water, wreck diving and rescue dives. Once in Naladhu, you would come across many adventures. At least 20 significant dive spots are close to the island. Your dive will be a guided one with utmost safety and reassurance. You don't have to bring your diving equipment, the Dive Centre has tem all. Your House Master will look into other affairs like your lunch.

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Waterskiing

Waterskiing

The Water Sports Centre has a good choice of skis to suit any skill level. Feeling the sun's warmth, you can well afford to cruise through waves with winds tossing your hair. Naladhu Maldives' lagoon is one of the most ideal locations to practise waterskiing.

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Snorkelling

Snorkelling

Do not forget your flippers before enjoying the Maldivian underwater world. Naladhu Maldives has a range of snorkeling expeditions to reefs, manta ray cleaning stations. This underwater space is dominated by pristine beauty. You can also opt to go for another memorable adventure in a Naladhu luxury speed boat to neighbouring underwater destinations.

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Windsurfing

Windsurfing

If you are a professional windsurfer, the centre got boards and sails for you with guidance to pick the best. The beginners will also have an opportunity learn how to handle wind and waves.

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Kayaking

Kayaking

Offered complimentarily by Naladhu Maldives, Kayaks are usually meant for early birds, but available at most times. It is a great chance to feel the tranquil lagoon.

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Canoe

Canoe

A canoe has several purposes: touring, white-water canoeing and recreation to name a few. Although this is a lightweight narrow boat, it demands strong construction due to its purposes. Today's canoes are mostly made of moulded plastic or fibreglass. Although it is now considered a water sport, it was a mode of transport during early times. In 1936 canoeing entered the Olympics.
In outer form, canoes resemble a kayak. Anyone would mistake kayak for a canoe. The best way to differentiate a canoe from a kayak is checking the paddles. The canoe paddles have one blade, whereas kayak ones have two blades.

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Wakeboarding

Wakeboarding

This water sport needs riding a wakeboard on water. This is combination of water skiing, snowboarding and other surfing methods.

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Surfing

Surfing

You should use the surfboard to paddle to a wave. With that the surfboard crosses the water. All it requires is your skill and adrenaline. Sometimes you may have to face unpredictable consequences, but that is what surfing is.

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Tubing

Tubing

A big rubber tube, which is circular in shape, is pulled from a boat at a certain speed. This does not require much skill. You need to hold on without letting yourself fall as the boat turns. This is also known as biscuiting. A pro can well afford to jump off the boat and be airborne. They can also roll out of the tube and get back to the tube with the same motion.