The Maldives has a similar surf season to that of Indonesia.
The best waves can be experiences from March to October, with the biggest swells likely to occur in June/July/August. The surf throughout the Maldives generally ranges in size from 4-8 feet, however bigger days have been experienced. A great variety of reefs breaks exist ranging in intensity from quite mellow and enjoyable "shreddable" walls to gnarlier. Hollow sucking dry pits. There is something for everyone when you surf the Maldives, and although crowded it is possible to get away from it all and enjoy some of the warmest most pristine water you will ever experience. It is a tropical island paradise and you will have no complaints bringing your non surfing partner or spouse for couple of weeks in the Maldives.
The best way to get the most out of a surfing trip in the Maldives is to get yourself on a surf charter boat and head south. This will ensure you get away from the crowds and get some classic waves. It does not com cheap though so start getting some overtime in!