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Manta Queen 8

Manta Queen 8

Manta Queen 8 liveaboard in the Similan Islands

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.

4 Day / 4 Night Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock – 15 dives

All prices are per person

The Cabins

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 capacity of 24 guests it is a very spacious and comfortable liveaboard. We especially love that most of the cabins have ensuite bathrooms for your comfort.

There is and abundance of space to enjoy the time in between dives and her comfortable saloon has HD-TV. She also has and wide open dining area and a large sundeck.

The Food

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 the Similan Islands and Koh Tachai.

What is Included

Air-conditioning in all cabins. All meals, fruits, drinking water, coffee, tea. Divemaster supervision, tanks, weights, weight belts. Limited accident & recompression chamber insurance and hopefully some excellent scuba diving.

What is not Included

National Park Entry fee and diver’s fee: THB 1,800 (for diver) National Park Entry fee: THB 1,000 (for non diver) Transfer to and from your hotel / dive vessel (THB 600). Rental Equipment (BCD/REG/FINS/MASK/SUIT only) THB 400/day, Torch for Night Dive: THB 100 Suunto Dive Computer: THB 300 per day.

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Manta Queen 8 Trip Schedules

October – November 2018

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ8 038 21 Oct 18 – 25 Oct 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 039 26 Oct 18 – 30 Oct 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 040 31 Oct 18 – 04 Nov 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 041 05 Nov 18 – 09 Nov 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 042 10 Nov 18- 14 Nov 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 043 15 Nov 18 – 19 Nov 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 044 20 Nov 18 – 24 Nov 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 045 25 Nov 18 – 29 Nov 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 046 30 Nov 18 – 04 Dec 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15

December 2018 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ8 047 05 Dec 18 – 09 Dec 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 048 10 Dec 18 – 14 Dec 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 049 15 Dec 18 – 19 Dec 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 050 20 Dec 18 – 24 Dec 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 051 25 Dec 18 – 29 Dec 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 052 30 Dec 18 – 04 Jan 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15

January 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ8 053 04 Jan 19 – 08 Jan 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 054 09 Jan 19 – 13 Jan 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 055 14 Jan 18 – 18 Jan 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 056 19 Jan 19 – 23 Jan 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 057 24 Jan 19 – 28 Jan 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 058 29 Jan 19 – 02 Feb 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15

February 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ8 059 03 Feb 19 – 07 Feb 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 060 08 Feb 19 – 12 Feb 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 061 13 Feb 19 – 17 Feb 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 062 18 Feb 19 – 22 Feb 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 063 23 Feb 19 – 27 Feb 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 064 28 Feb 19 – 04 Mar 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15

March 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ8 065 05 Mar 19 – 09 Mar 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 066 10 Mar 19 – 14 Mar 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 067 15 Mar 19 – 19 Mar 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 068 20 Mar 19 – 24 Mar 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 069 25 Mar 19 – 29 Mar 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 070 30 Mar 19 – 03 Apr 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15

April 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ8 071 04 Apr 19 – 08 Apr 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 072 09 Apr 19 – 13 Apr 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 073 14 Apr 19 – 18 Apr 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 074 19 Apr 19 – 23 Apr 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 034 24 Apr 18 – 28 Apr 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 035 29 Apr 18 – 03 May 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15

May 2018 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
MQ8 036 04 May 18 – 08 May 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15
MQ8 037 09 May 18 – 13 May 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 15

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