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MV Gentle Giant

MV Gentle Giant

MV Gentle Giant

MV Gentle Giant is a 27 metre long and 6 metre wide wooden boat and can easily accommodate 20 divers with fully air-conditioned twin shared cabins.

Her Cabins

Gentle Giant Standard Cabin

Gentle Giant Standard Cabin

The master cabins serve couples while standard cabins are twin share. All the cabins have en-suites including shower and toilet.

The saloon has a massive 55” screen TV equipped with 100’s of movies and agreat place to relax after a long days diving.

There is always ample space for you to enjoy your free time on board. Our spacious sundeck will offer those who want to enjoy the sunlight and sea breeze of the Andaman sea.

She tours the world famous Similan islands along with the South Andaman with awesome dive sites such asKoh Haa and Hin Daeng and Hin Muang. It is becoming more well known and popular in the past few years among divers. Giant pelagic such as whaleshark and mantas can also be spotted from time to time. Coral reef and fish life are still healthy due to less tourists that visit here.

The trip is 6 days 5 nights with total of 18 dives. Enjoy both the South and North Andaman in one trip.

Nitrox is available on board and their package price for it is very reasonable.

Gentle Giant Sundeck Similan Island Liveaboard

Gentle Giant Sundeck Similan Island Liveaboard

6 Day / 5 Night Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock – 18 dives

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MV Gentle Giant Trip Schedules

November 2020

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
1 16 Nov 20 – 21 Nov 20 South -Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18

December 2020 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
2 16 Dec 20 – 21 Dec 20 South – Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18

January 2021 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
3 11 Jan 21 – 16 Jan 21 South – Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18
4 24 Jan 21 – 29 Jan 21 South – Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18

February 2021 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
5 05 Feb 21 – 10 Feb 21 South – Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18
6 23 Feb 21 – 28 Feb 21 South – Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18

March 2021 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
7 06 Mar 21 – 11 Mar 21 South – Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18
8 18 Mar 21 – 23 Mar 21 South – Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18

April 2021 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
9 06 Apr 21 – 11 Apr 21 Full Full Full
10 19 Apr 21 – 24 Apr 21 South-Similan – Richelieu 6D – 5N 18

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