Liveaboard diving, is simply a holiday where you eat, sleep and scuba dive from a big boat or a yacht, that all your needs are taken care of.
Wake up to witness beautiful sun rise from the boat in the morning and sun set for the evening. Before turning yourself to your crib on board the vessel, you would have started your evening sharing with other divers about your excitement of your dives during the day. It will be a hassle free trip for you and you will love the breath taking bays and island shores with sun shinning above your head with crisp clear dive sites below your feet we have a great list of offers for you to choose from.
There are mainly 3 locations, the famous one being the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock and a bit further up Surin Islands and Myanmar (Burma) or going closer to the Equator in South Andaman Sea islands like Koh Haa, Hin Daeng and Hin Muang. There is a substantial amount of boats to accommodate a wide range of needs and budget.
Please read through each of the 3 locations and have a look at the different boat types and get in touch with us to arrange you the perfect Liveaboard holiday for you.
The Similan Islands or Similans are listed as world’s top ten must see scuba diving sites. Consisting of 9 Islands in the Koh Similan National Marine Park has powder white sandy beaches with crystal clear blue warm waters, worldwide famous for Whale Sharks and Manta Rays. The dive sites are full of abundant life with large variety of different species. Mesmerising Manta Rays, majestic Whale Sharks, and some of the largest schools of fishes you won’t see anywhere else as well as, many rare other spices all living under your feet below your Liveaboard in those warm and ever inviting waters.
800 mostly uninhibited island groups make up the Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar. This is one of them – Once in a life time – opportunities to be able to see and dive in the most seldom visited areas in the world due to remoteness and not many boats being in operation in these waters, which in effect gives you the chance to be one of the few who had seen this untouched locations below and above the water.
These Liveaboards get sold out very fast, so don’t be late to book in advance.
Most probably you’ve never heard of Hin Daeng & Hin Muang or Koh Haa, or, but the later is Phuket’s second national Marine Park, on par with the Similans in natural beauty, marine diversity. Both two dive sites are hosting a great scale of visiting Giant Mantas, rivaling The Koh Bon in the Similan Island group for the high rate of sightings around the year. The Hin Daeng due to it’s vibrantly coloured corals is (translated as) Red Rock, simply because of the vibrantly coloured soft corals.