Como takes to the seas with Maldivian yacht

TD Guest Writer

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Como Hotels & Resorts, the group that operates luxury properties across Asia, is taking its high-end hospitality concept to the seas with the launch of a new yacht in the Maldives.

Serving guests at Como’s two Maldivian resorts, Cocoa Island and Maalifushi, the 68-foot (21-metre) yacht, named ‘Cameron’, is a live-aboard vessel that can take guests on trips around the Maldivian atolls and islands.

Usually anchored at Maalifushi, Cameron is available to charter for a few hours, or can be booked for multi-night itineraries for special occasions such as to watch a whale shark migration.

Onboard staff can be tailored to each excursion, such as chefs, diving instructors and marine biologists, and guests can spot schools of fish and larger marine life from the yacht’s 40-foot tower.

There are also three cabins – a master suite, queen and twin — all with en-suite bathrooms.
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