Join our Marine Biologist aboard the Four Seasons Explorer

Join our Marine Biologist aboard the Four Seasons Explorer

We have some superb underwater photographs to share with you this month, as our marine biologist Hannah joined the luxury liveaboard on a cruise around the atolls.
There was also the exciting sighting of a Leatherback Turtle – very rare to spot and photograph in Maldivian waters !

From Fish Lab to Megafauna

From Fish Lab to Megafauna

Read about Maldivian ‘megafauna’, and join the students from Kendhoo School on a tour of the Fish Lab.
Then take a close look at our Clownfish eggs, before setting sail on the FS Explorer to video whalesharks and dolphins !

Marine Biology Aboard the Four Seasons ‘Explorer’

Marine Biology Aboard the Four Seasons ‘Explorer’

Cruise around the islands and atolls of the Maldives aboard the Four Seasons ‘Explorer’, accompanied by our expert marine biologists. And then watch our ‘Amazing Underwater World’ videos in HD, compiled from the very best clips from the past 18 months.

Fish Lab Facts & Explorer Excursions

Fish Lab Facts & Explorer Excursions

We start in Landaa Giraavaru’s fish lab to see the baby Clownfish, and then head out to the open ocean on the Four Seasons Explorer.
Then we take you snorkelling and diving, to explore this month’s underwater world of guitarfish and whale sharks.

Life & Death at the Fish Lab

Life & Death at the Fish Lab

We bring sad news from our Fish Lab, and report on the experiments we have started with different types of commercial fish foods.
And thanks to a new lighting system we discover glowing corals in our very own marine aquarium, and share some fantastic marine life photos from safari on the Four Seasons Explorer.

Gentle Giants Expedition With The Manta Trust

Gentle Giants Expedition With The Manta Trust

A rare opportunity to join one of the world’s top manta ray experts aboard the luxurious Four Seasons Explorer, for a thrilling research expedition to study the Maldives’ most exciting residents: manta rays and whale sharks.