Launched in 1997, the Horizon 2 can sleep up to 14 passengers (but we will not accept more than 12 persons) in 7 doubles cabins. Each cabin has individual showers and toilets attached. The Horizon boat is a favorite among our surfers and the crew.
It will be cruising in the remote central and southern atolls during the surfing season. Pickup and dropp-off by Surfatoll will be at the local airport of Kaadedhdhoo (KDM) for the Southern atolls trips and at Kadhdoo (KDO) for the central atolls trips. The domestic flights will be organized by Surfatoll directly. Please provide us with your international flight schedule to ease the booking. Note that if the number of spots left is set to 10, it means that the boat is available for private charter (no other person than your group on board).
Size: 85 ft length / 25 ft width
Crew: 5 persons plus captain, cook and local surf guide
Min-max: 10-12 persons
Departs: according to the schedule available on the next page
Bar facility (soft drinks cost 2.50 USD, beers cost 3.50 USD)
Snorkeling and fishing gear
Open deck with chairs
Airport pick-up (at the domestic airport)
Airport drop-off (at the domestic airport)
3 meals a day
Coffee, tea, drinking water (1 bottle per day)
Accommodation in fully air conditioned rooms
Use of all on board equipment and facilities.
We are here for you! If you have any questions regarding our surf camp boat, what is included on the surf trip, or any other questions regarding the maldives surfing experience, please visit our FAQ page or contact us.
"Just came back from a trip on the Horizon 2. Captain and crew were fantastic and the surf was great too... loved it thanx heaps for sharing your world."Sheryl Walker, Sydney 1st of July 2014
"We had a wonderfull trip in the central atolls, all of us were stoked with boat,crew and service. Cant wait to go again next year!"Ken Vandewakker, Sydney 23rd July 2015
"Very nice boat, great team and very friendly crew. Amazing food and great fishing. Surf is awesome and if you like right handers I highly recommend Bluebowls. Be careful with reef cuts and fin rubs. Treat them everyday"Clint Loake, Jersey 20th Septmber 2015