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Emperor Voyager - Rooms
 
     
 
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the boat accommodates 20 guests in 7 twin and 3 double ensuite, air-con cabins and a fan. (Please note: A 10% supplement is applied for the two Upper Deck cabins.) 80% surcharge for single cabin. All the cabins accommodate two guests either in a double bedded cabin or twin berth cabin. Cabins are pre-sold and allocated prior to arrival.
 


 
 
Rooms:
Number of Rooms: 10
Air Conditioning: Yes
Porthole: Yes
En-Suite: Yes
Hot Water Shower: Yes
Power supply: Yes
Room Service: Yes
Towel Service: Yes


 
Additional Information

House -keeping:
You will be provided with two towels on check in, one for showering and one for use on the sundeck. Dive towels are available on the diving dhoni. The housekeeping crew will clean your cabin daily, generally after your first or second dive of the day. Towels and bed linen will be changed every three days.

Air-conditioning:
All Emperor Maldives liveaboards have air-conditioning throughout. Air-conditioning uses a lot of power and energy so we ask you to please be kind to the environment and don’t leave the air conditioning on in your cabin when you are elsewhere onboard.

Bathrooms:
All bathrooms are equipped with a shower, sink and toilet; some suites have a bath tub/Jacuzzi. Please take extra care in the bathrooms not to slip and always use the shower curtain/door. Placing toilet paper down any toilet onboard is not acceptable. This not only risks blocking the system but it also finds its way in to the delicate reef systems causing irreparable damage. Waste paper bins are provided in all bathrooms and are emptied regularly.