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Economy Liveaboard Vessels

Economy Liveaboard Vessels

Economy liveaboard vessel in the Similan Islands

Here are a list of some nice economy liveaboard adventure. Great diving at a great price with a few little pleasures for your dollar. Please contact us if you have any further questions about these vessels.

Please note, Similan Island, Surin Islands and Burma Liveaboards only operate between mid October and mid May only. The Similan and Surin Islands are closed for diving outside this period.

Economy Liveaboard Vessel Options

MV Lapat Similan Islands Liveaboard Thailand Phuket Scuba Diving 4 days 4 nights THB 26,900 All Inclusive

MV Lapat

MV Lapat runs 4 day/4 night scuba diving liveaboard trips to to the world famous scuba diving sites of the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. All prices are per person The on board cook serves meals on board which are served buffet style and freshly prepared from the on board kitchen. Snacks and fruits are served in between dives. The dinghy also allows you to spend some time on the beautiful beaches of t [...]

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Manta Queen 6 Ariel Aussie Divers 4 days 4 nights THB 22,900

Manta Queen 6

Manta Queen 6 runs 4 day/4 night scuba diving liveaboard trips to to the world famous scuba diving sites of the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. All prices are per person and for the 2020 - 2021 Season. Manta Queen 6 has twin bed shared cabins that accommodates 16 guests all in air conditioned comfort. This scuba diving liveaboard Vessel is 22 meters long and 4 meters wide wooden hull built liveaboar [...]

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Deep Andaman Queen Scuba Diving Liveaboard Phuket Thailand 5 days 4 nights From THB 31,500

Deep Andaman Queen

The MV Deep Andaman Queen was custom built scuba diving liveaboard constructed in 2003 solely for the purpose of cruising the stunning Similan Islands and the rich waters of the Mergui Archipelago. Undergoing the latest refurbishment in 2019, this sleek looking vessel is a popular choice and often booked up months in advance. Most importantly there is plenty of space on this large vessel, the air-conditioned saloon is roomy and comfort [...]

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Manta Queen 8 Scuba Diving Phuket Liveaboard 4 days 4 nights from THB 24,500

Manta Queen 8

Manta Queen 8 runs 4 day/4 night scuba diving liveaboard trips to to the world famous scuba diving sites of the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. All prices are per person and for the 2020 - 2021 season. Manta Queen 8 is a wooden hulled boat with teak floors. It's length is 27 meters and has a beam (width) of 7.5 metres makes it one of the largest boats in the Manta Queen fleet. With a maximum capac [...]

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Manta Queen 3 Running Scuba Diving Liveaboard Phuket Thailand 5 days 4 nights 21,500

Manta Queen 3

The Manta Queen 3 was custom built in 2011 specifically as a day trip and liveaboard boat to serve the Similan Islands and Koh Bon. She accommodates 31 guests in three different styles of cabins having one master en-suite cabin, 2 deluxe en-suite cabins and six standard cabins that can sleep either two or three guests. The Manta Queen 3 will spend the whole season in the Similan Islands and had daily transfers by her transfer speed boat th [...]

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Somboon 4 Similan Island Liveaboard 3 days 2 nights 22,900

Somboon 4

A nice budget liveaboard vessel sailing through the Similan and Surin Islands. The MV Somboon 4 and her sister ship MV Somboon 3 are unique amongst Phuket liveaboards. They have no fixed schedule, allowing you the flexibility to hop on and off at your convenience making them the easiest boats to plan your liveaboard adventure around. They are both very large vessels with plenty of space. During the busy season they can be feel a [...]

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Book Now 2020 – 2021 Similan Island Liveaboard Season

Book now for the 2020-2021 Similan Island Liveaboard Season as it is fast approaching. It is the perfect time to plan and book now your dive trip for 2020/2021. As many scuba divers know the Similan Islands are currently closed and should be re-opening around the 15th October. It is now the ideal time to look into the available trips for the upcoming season. Some of the liveaboard boats offering some very good "early bird" discoun [...]

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What are the Similan and Surin Island National Park Fees?

When budgeting for scuba diving liveaboard from Phuket to the Similan Islands or Surin Islands you must take into account the cost of National Park fees. Here we explain what the Similan and Surin Island National Park Fees are? In 1982 the Similan Islands (including Koh Bon) were deemed to be a nation park and as a result fees were introduced for the care and up keep of the islands. For the 2015 - 2016 Season the price for entering each [...]

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Somboon 3 Similan Islands Overnight Liveaboard Scuba Diving Phuket 3D/2N 22,900

Somboon 3

Somboon 3 is a nice budget liveaboard vessel sailing through the Similan and Surin Islands. The MV Somboon 3 and her sister ship MV Somboon 4 are unique amongst Phuket liveaboards. They have no fixed schedule, allowing you the flexibility to hop on and off at your convenience making them the easiest boats to plan your liveaboard adventure around. They are both very large vessels with plenty of space. During the busy season they can b [...]

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Do I Need to Know How To Swim to Scuba Dive?

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Tips on How to Prevent Seasickness

As boat travel is a common part of scuba diving and unfortunately seasickness/ motion sickness effects 70% of the population. Here are some tips on how to prevent seasickness. Some are legitimately research and some may be myth. Motion is sensed by the brain through different pathways of the nervous system including the inner ear, the eyes, and the tissues of the body surface. Your body has a few different motion sensory systems. They are located in the inner ear and eyes. We also have skin pressure receptors, and the muscle and joint sensory receptors. When the body is moved intentionally, for example when walking, the input fr [...]

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What is the best way to treat a jellyfish sting?

Jelly fish sting are unfortunately part and parcel of diving and can ruin a days scuba diving. Luckily in most cases, self treatment is all that is needed and the effects will go away within 24-48 hours. In nearly all circumstances jellyfish stings are not life threatening and this is more so in Thailand. Not all jellyfish are dangerous. Most people think that all gelatinous,swimming marine animal encountered at the sea are "jellyfish" and moreover that they all sting. But not all jellyfish are stinging; many are harmless to humans, but it is always best to avoid touching them. However in Australian the Box Jellyfish (Cubozoans) and [...]

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