PADI Diving Courses & Holidays

Thailand Liveaboards

the andaman sea has some fantastic diving with a variety of dive sites and great marine biodiversity but as some of the best sites are a little remote a liveaboard is a fantastic way to get the most out of the diving on offer.  visit sites such as richelieu rock and koh bon from the comfort of your liveaboard with the chance of seeing some great reef life, macro and even the chance of a passing manta ray or whaleshark.
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  • Lionfish are common in Thailand
  • Various types of Anenome Fish are found around Thailand
  • Mantas are regular visitors to Thailand's reefs
  • Various types of turtles can be found throughout Thailand

Thailand Liveaboards

Ideal for: All divers

Thailand has long been a popular destination for travellers and divers. The welcoming nature of the Thai people, tropical climate, tasty food, picturesque beaches of the south and islands, and dense jungles in the north. The rich waters of the Andaman Sea his home to a huge variety of marine life and diverse dive sites offer divers the chance to dive reefs, pinnacles and wrecks. Home to a number of shark species including Leopard Sharks, Black Tip Reef Sharks, Bamboo Sharks and even Whalesharks and a tropical reef life with Hawksbill Turtles, Mantis Shrimps, Frogfish, Butterflyfish, Stingrays and much more to keep divers coming back year after year.

A liveaboard to the Similan and Surin Islands is an unforgettable experience. Cruising through the warm waters of the Andaman Sea and diving some fantastic sights from the breath taking topography of Elephanthead Rock to the diversity of life at Richelieu Rock and the regular Manta Ray sightings in Koh Bon and Koh Tachai there is something to keep even the most experienced divers attention.

Summary

  • Ideal for: Singles and couples
  • Experience Level: All
  • Big Stuff:****
  • Reef Life:****
  • Wrecks:**
  • Budget: £££

More Info

  • Time: GMT +7-8hrs

  • Flying Time: 12-16hrs (twin center recommended)

  • Language: Thai. English is often spoken on the boats by the crew
  • Climate: Thailand’s coasts have two seasons, the dry/high season and the wet/green/low season. From November to April the Andaman Sea islands are in high season and this is the best time to travel to get the best conditions both above and below water though diving is possible and still good in low season. April to November sees the better weather on the Gulf of Thailand side.
  • Currency: Thai Baht £1 = 40-50 BHT
  • Visa Requirements: A 30-day holiday visa is granted on entry for those flying into the country from most EU countries

Thailand - Liveaboards

Deep Andaman Queen, Thailand

Thailand, Khao Lak, Taplamu pier
From GBP 1,800 / 6 Nights

M/V Vilai Samut, Thailand

Thailand, Similan Islands, Similan Islands
From GBP 1,100 / 3 Nights

M/V Mariner I, Thailand

Thailand, Similan Islands, Similan Islands
From GBP 1,500 / 3 Nights

Thailand Aggressor, Thailand

Thailand, Phuket, Chalong Pier
From GBP 2,000 / 7 Nights

BUILD YOUR HOLIDAY

  •  All inclusive
     Full Board
     Half Board
     Bed & Breakfast
     Room only
  •  Twin
     Double
     Triple
     Quad
     Suite
  •  Silver
     Gold
     Platinum
  •  Whale Sharks
     Hammerheads
     Tiger Sharks
     Great Whites
     Manta Rays
     Threshers
     Reef Sharks
     Humpbacks
     Dolphins
     Oceanic White Tips
     Wrecks
     Caverns
     Coral reefs
     Ice
     Drift
     Walls
     Shore
     Macro
     Muck
     Technical
  •  Nightlife
     Quiet area
     Sea views
     Tennis courts
     Spa
     Kids area
     Suitable for non-divers
  •  Open Water
     Advanced O/W 20+ dives
     Advanced O/W 50+ dives
  •  Adults
     Singles
     Families
     New divers
     Experienced divers
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