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Cruises visiting Uligamu & all Uligamu cruises for  2019

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Uligamu (Uligan) is one of the inhabited islands (500 persons) of the Haa Alif Atoll in the Maldives, an island chain lying off the SW coast of southern India, in the Indian Ocean. Uligami lies at the furthermost north of the archipelago. It is sought out for its stunning beaches, coral reefs and tropical fish. It is also a way point for yachts from the east heading for the Red Sea or Persian Gulf. And those visiting must respect local muslim customs. Rainwater is collected as there are no fresh water supplies on the islands. The islands also have a fine name for honestly, friendliness, and no corruption.

There is a small marina on the west side, opening to an extensive reef on the NW side of the island. The shallow waters are accessible only by yachts, and ships tender to the long pier. The tall radio/telecom mast is conspicuous. The turquoise water is so clear, one can see the sea bed at 20 m. Interestingly, as the country will be inundated by the ocean if sea levels rise, Uligamu has the world’s first hybrid AC Coupled Renewable Energy Micro Grid that will help reduce its dependence on fossil fuel, which in turn will contribute to reduce the effects of climate change.

The Republic of Maldives (population 430,000) is a tourist paradise. The island chain of 26 atolls attracts more than 1.5m visitors every year. This muslim nation in the Arabian Sea lies 430 to the SE of the southern tip of India, and due west of Sri Langka. Its 26 ring-shaped atolls consist of 1192 coral islands that stretch 850 km north to south, straddling the Equator. The islands rise on average only 1.5 m above sea level, the highest point about 3 m. The atolls sit on a ridge rising sharply from the Indian Ocean, and thus are somewhat protected from tsunamis, though devastated by one in 2004.

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