Velaa Private Island Maldives unveils ‘Rania’ luxury yacht

Velaa Private Island Maldives has introduced a new luxury experience with Rania, a 60-foot luxury Princess S60 yacht.

Guests can charter Rania, one of the first in the sport collection launched by Princess earlier this year, for an unforgettable excursion to neighbouring islands, whilst enjoying an exhilarating range of activities en route.

Sailing at 34 knots, Rania travels at speeds rivalling most speedboats with all the luxury fixtures and fittings expected from a Princess yacht. Relax on either the front and rear sun deck with the sunroof retracted to allow for maximum tanning time or try some Big Game fishing. Rania has been fully customised for Big Game fishing including fighting chair and outriggers.

Sail at sunset and spend the evening dolphin spotting whilst enjoying the catch-of-the-day in the timelessly elegant design and craftsmanship of this luxury private yacht.

Velaa Private Island offers the most extensive range of activities available in the Maldives, both on and offshore. In addition to the traditional jet skiing, windsurfing, kite surfing, pedal boating, water towable experiences and the largest collection of hydro flight toys, they have just added the new Flyride powered by waterjet and EZ-Fly technology, allowing ridders to self-balance and fly over water with little to no training.

If becoming PADI-certified is on the bucket-list, the Velaa Dive Centre delivers training using Scubapro equipment. These untouched locations are home to some of the most impressive fauna found in the Maldives.

Explore another world with an underwater journey in their exceptional semi-submarine. With the passenger cabin submerged a few metres below sea level, one can observe the exquisite marine environment in close proximity during the voyage.

Rounding up the experience, guests can capture precious underwater moments during the trip using the iBubble underwater drone; with integrated LED lights that automatically adjust to capture the true colours and hues of the surroundings, guests can use the iBubble to create impressive underwater short films and document the marine life.

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