Thailand

A unique country which offers guests amazing culture and cheerful diving. Also known as the country of smiles, the influence of hundreds of years of Buddhism can be felt deeply in the culture and heart's of the Thai people. There are many islands all around Thailand can offer scuba diving service, however, most of the best dive sites are found primarily along the western coast of Thailand, in the Andaman Sea.


Liveaboard Diving Regions :

Similan Islands | North Andaman Sea
The famous Similan island liveaboard trips includes both Similan and Surin National Parks, it's usually 5 or 4 days trip, most of the diving to the Similan Islands is done between November to April when the park is open to tourist.

South Andaman Sea
Further down Phuket in the South Andaman Sea, it includes islands like Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Ha, Koh Lanta, Koh Rok, Koh Phiphi... South Andaman Sea offers varied dive sites, from slopping coral reefs, submerged sea mounds, massive stacked boulders with swim through caves, mini-walls, and wrecks, it is all there to be dived and explored. Msot of the diving to South Andaman Sea is done from August to October each year.

Koh Tao
During the south west monsoon arrive yearly (from May through to September), the diving on the west coast of Thailand is most limited, however, the east coast of the country is still relatively calm, and go onboard join for a liveaboard diving trip around Koh Tao tends to be a new fashion now. It will take you to visit different dive sites around Koh Tao and Chumphon including Chumphon Pinnacle and Sail Rock.

Featured boats

Hallelujah is a professional dive yatch running by the biggest dive operator in Thailand - BIG BLUE, it offer a regular 5D/4N liveaboard trips in the Similan Islnads, it can hosts a max. of 25 guests per trip.

Raja Manta is a deluxe liveaboard runs by professional dive team - Manta Fleet, formerly kown as White Manta, it offering dive liveaboard trips all around Indonesia, it can accommodate up to 22 guests.

Giamani is an awesome dive liveaboard that offers dive liveaboard trips in the Similan Islands, Burma Banks, as well as South Andaman Sea area, it can host only 10 guests per trip.

Manta Queen 3 is a professional liveaboard offering 4 days and 4 nights trips to Koh Similan, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. It can host up to 31 guests on board.

Coming trips

30/12/2017 to 01/01/2018

Similan Islands

Somboon 4 is the sister ship of Somboon 3, it offer the most flexible Similan liveaboard trip schedules, it can host a max. of 28 guests.

30/12/2017 to 03/01/2018

Similan Islands

Deep Andaman Queen is a good value dive liveaboard that offers dive liveaboard trips in the Similan Islands - 5D/4N and Burma Banks - 8D/7N, it can host up to 21 guests per trip.

30/12/2017 to 05/01/2018

Similan Islands

The Junk is currently running by a professional dive team under the Siren Fleet, it offers a regular 7D/6N and 5D/4N trip in the Similan Islands during the diving season, it can host up to 18 guests.

30/12/2017 to 06/01/2018

Similan Islands

Thailand Aggressor is a professional dive yatch runs by Aggressor Fleet, it offers dive liveaboard trips in the North Andaman Sea - Similan Islands. It can accommodate up to 16 guests.

31/12/2017 to 03/01/2018

Similan Islands

Somboon 3 is a large and comfortable dive liveaboard running by a professional local team in Phuket, it offer the most flexible Similan liveaboard trip schedules, it can host a max. of 28 guests.

31/12/2017 to 03/01/2018

Similan Islands

Manta Queen 2 is a professional liveaboard offering 3 days and 3 nights trips to Similan Islands (Koh Bon / Koh Tachai) and Richelieu Rock. It can host up to 20 guests on board.

31/12/2017 to 04/01/2018

Similan Islands

Manta Queen 3 is a professional liveaboard offering 4 days and 4 nights trips to Koh Similan, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. It can host up to 31 guests on board.

31/12/2017 to 05/01/2018

Similan Islands

Similan Explorer is a budget liveaboard which offers guests a great value for money when look for a budget diving liveaboard trip in the Similan Islands, it can host up to 20 guests per trip.

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