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Manta Queen 5

Manta Queen 5

Manta Queen 5 – Budget Scuba Diving Liveaboard

The Thailand liveaboard Manta Queen 5 is one of the cheapest boats on which to sample the clear blue waters of the Similan Islands National park.

You’ll find no extravagant extras on board but what you will find is simple, comfortable accommodation and wonderful diving at a great price.

A generous sundeck, an air-conditioned saloon with TV and music media player and a dinghy available to take you to some stunning beaches ensures guests have plenty to do in between dives.

3 Day / 3 Night Similan Islands and Koh Bon Only – 11 dives

All prices are per person

The Cabins

10 twin share, air-conditioned cabins. None of them are en-suite but with a max of 20 guests, the queue for the shared shower and toilet facilities is never long.

The Food

Simple, delicious and plentiful Thai fare served buffet style in the open air dining area.

Safety Features

Radio/communication system, GPS, Furuno Radar, Depth Sounder, Auto Pilot, AIS Transponder, Medical Oxygen, Extensive First Aid Kit, 2 x Life Raft (20 pax each).

What is Included

Air-conditioning in all cabins. All meals, fruits, drinking water, coffee, tea. Divemaster supervision, tanks, weights, weight belts. Accident & recompression chamber insurance.

What is not Included

National Park Entry fee and diver’s fee: 1100 Baht (for diver) National Park Entry fee: 500 Baht (for non diver) Transfer to and from your hotel / dive vessel (600bht). Rental Equipment (BCD/Reg/Fins/Mask/Wetsuit only) THB 400/day, Torch for Night Dive: 100 Baht, Suunto Dive Computer: 300 Baht per day.

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Manta Queen 5 Trip Schedules

October – November 2018 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Dives
MQ5 #196 25 Oct 18 – 28 Oct 18 Similan – Kon Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #197 28 Oct 18 – 01 Nov 18 Similan – Kon Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #198 02 Nov 18 – 05 Nov 18 Similan – Kon Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #199 06 Nov 18 – 09 Nov 18 Similan – Kon Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #200 10 Nov 18 – 13 Nov 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #201 14 Nov 18 – 17 Nov 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #202 18 Nov 18 – 21 Nov 18 Similan – Kon Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #203 22 Nov 18 – 25 Nov 18 Similan – Kon Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #204 26 Nov 18 – 29 Nov 18 Similan – Kon Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #205 30 Nov 18 – 03 Dec 18 Similan – Kon Bon 3D – 3N 11

December 2018 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ5 #206 04 Dec 18 – 07 Dec 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #207 08 Dec 18 – 11 Dec 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #208 12 Dec 18 – 15 Dec 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #209 16 Dec 18 – 19 Dec 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #210 20 Dec 18 – 23 Dec 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #211 24 Dec 18 – 27 Dec 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #212 28 Dec 18 – 31 Dec 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11

January 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ5 #213 01 Jan 19 – 04 Jan 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #214 05 Jan 19 – 08 Jan 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #215 09 Jan 18 – 12 Jan 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #216 13 Jan 19 – 16 Jan 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #217 17 Jan 18 – 20 Jan 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #218 21 Jan 19 – 24 Jan 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #219 25 Jan 19 – 28 Jan 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #220 29 Jan 19 – 01 Feb 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11

February 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ5 #221 02 Feb 19 – 05 Feb 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #222 06 Feb 19 – 09 Feb 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #223 10 Feb 19 – 13 Feb 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #224 14 Feb 19 – 17 Feb 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #225 18 Feb 19 – 21 Feb 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #226 22 Feb 19 – 25 Feb 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #227 26 Feb 19 – 01 Mar 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11

March 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ5 #228 02 Mar 19 – 05 Mar 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #229 06 Mar 19 – 09 Mar 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #230 10 Mar 19 – 13 Mar 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #231 14 Mar 19 – 17 Mar 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #232 18 Mar 19 – 21 Mar 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #233 22 Mar 19 – 25 Mar 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #234 26 Mar 19 – 29 Mar 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #235 30 Mar 19 – 02 Apr 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11

April 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ5 #236 03 Apr 19 – 06 Apr 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ2 #237 07 Apr 19 – 10 Apr 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #238 11 Apr 19 – 14 Apr 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #239 15 Apr 19 – 18 Apr 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #240 19 Apr 19 – 22 Apr 19 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #191 24 Apr 18 – 27 Apr 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #192 28 Apr 18 – 01 May 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11

May 2018 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ2 #193 02 May 18 – 05 May 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #194 06 May 18 – 09 May 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11
MQ5 #195 10 May 18 – 13 May 18 Similan – Koh Bon 3D – 3N 11

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