LVMH’s Cheval Blanc Randheli resort gets a 30 meter Azimut luxury yacht


From the house of LVMH, comes Cheval Blanc Randheli’s latest offering – a new 30m Azimut 98 Leonardo yacht, taking its luxury offering into high seas. Guests can now set sail in the luxury yacht for an extended diving trip, an ultra-private honeymoon experience, or even a family fishing adventure in the Maldivian turquoise waters.

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The Azimut Leonardo 98 is a ϋber luxury yacht with modern and bright interiors that is both sporty and elegant, an open deck Jacuzzi, four cabins that can sleep up to 10 guests who will have access to the yacht’s jet skis, fishing and dive equipment. A four-member crew will be available onboard to ensure a personalized journey. The yacht enables various cruises across the atolls, each catered to the guests’ interests and preferences.
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Maldives as everyone knows is a diver’s paradise. Guests at the Cheval Blanc Randheli have easy and quick access to the 54 islands of the Lhaviyani and Baa Atolls where divers can experience wall dives and a wide variety of fish including the bannerfish and redtooth triggerfish as well as tuna, barracuda and eagle rays. At the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll, divers can explore the reef and marine life left in pristine condition. Divers can also visit Shark Point, the perfect reef for spotting barracudas lying low in the current, grey reef sharks, leopard sharks, and huge manta rays. Both trips can be enjoyed over one, two or three days onboard the yacht – diving and snorkeling, dropping anchor for desert island picnics, water-sports, enjoying the pristine white beaches and watching sunsets.
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Honeymooners can enjoy even greater privacy by setting sail for a two or three night cruise during their time at the Maison. A discreet onboard team will ensure the newlyweds are pampered while operating on a ‘barely there’ basis, giving the lovebirds plenty of opportunity to explore the reefs, enjoy the sunset over the crystal clear waters and go skinny-dipping in the secluded bays.
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For some family time, a full or half-day cruise to an uninhabited island promises an outing filled with adventure and plenty of fun. From exploring the reefs, building sand-castles and sunbathing on the beach, enjoying a spa treatment onboard the yacht, enjoying the yacht’s water toys before lighting up a fresh family BBQ – there’s something to do for the entire family.

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If you’re looking to simply explore Maldives, the yacht can take you on a six hour journey cruising through the various Maldivian atolls, stopping only for lunch or a quick swim on an uninhabited island. There is also a two-hour sunset cruise around Randheli’s neighboring islands allowing the opportunity to spot pods of dolphin and turtles, whilst sipping a glass of champagne or enjoying a romantic dinner for two.

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Truly, one luxury yacht, unlimited luxurious experiences!