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The Phinisi

The Phinisi

The Phinisi liveaboard: Similan Islands – Surin Islands

The Phinisi Liveaboard travels through the Similan Islands, Surin Islands and Myanmar.

*Prices do not include park fees, equipment rental and some transfers.

4 Nights: Southern Thailand – 9 dives

4 Nights: Similan/Surin Islands inc. Richelieu Rock – 14 dives

5 Nights: Similan/Surin Islands inc. Richelieu Rock – 16 dives

6 Nights: Similan/Surin Islands inc. Richelieu Rock – 19 dives

10 Nights: Best Of Thialand – Northern & Southern Andamans – Lots of Dives

7 Nights: Myanmar- Similan/Surin Islands inc. Richelieu Rock – Lots of dives

The Boat

The sister boat to The Junk, The Phinisi Similan Liveaboard, originally named ‘Cheng I Sao’. A brand new route for her will commence in 2018. Pronounced: Pinisi, she will be operating through out the Similan and Surin Islands as well as Myanmar and will sail on four different itineraries with 4, 6, 7 and 10 night dive cruises.

While a remarkable history and character unites the two yachts, The Phinisi Liveaboard complements The Junk by offering various itineraries in Thailand and an exciting new destination: Myanmar! With 7 and 10 night itineraries, The Phinisi takes you to the best dive sites in the beautiful Mergui Archipelago.

The Cabins

The Phinisi comfortably accommodates 18 divers in 7 beautifully finished, spacious cabins. All have en-suite facilities, hot showers and independently controlled air-conditioners. Cabins have overhead reading lights, bath towels, lockable safety boxes and cupboards.

• 2 x private twin bed cabins
• 2 four berths cabins

The Food

Excellent! The meals on The Phinisi are served buffet style inside the atmospheric Teak Wood saloon. A wide variety is served at every meal ensuring all guests have the opportunity to taste the unique flavours of the wonderful Thai cuisine as well as various tasty western style dishes. We always receive great customer feedback regarding the food.

Aussie Divers Phuket Similan Island Liveaboards

Aussie Divers Phuket Similan Island Liveaboards

Safety Features

Patient area with 2 x large oxygen tanks, 40 life jackets, life raft for 25 people, 3 x VHF radios, 2 x CB radios, Sat nav, Depth sounder, fire extinguishers.

What is Included

Air-conditioning in all cabins. All meals, fruits, drinking water, coffee, tea. Divemaster supervision, tanks, weights, weight belts. Transfer to and from your hotel / dive vessel.

What is not Included

National Park Entry fee and diver’s fee: 1,800 Baht (for diver) National Park Entry fee: 1000 Baht (for non diver) Equipment rental full set 800 Baht per day (not including torch 100baht & computer 250bht per day) Myanmar Entry Fee USD$ 200

Enquire about a The Phinisi Similan Islands Liveaboard Here

The Phinisi Gallery


The Phinisi Trip Schedules

October-November 2022 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
01 15th Oct 22- 19th Oct 22 Southern Thailand 5D – 4N 14
02 19th Oct 22- 25th Oct 22 Similan & Surin 7D – 6N 19
03 26th Oct 22 – 01 Nov 22 Similan & Surin 7D – 6N 19
04 1st Nov 22 – 5th Nov Southern Thailand 5D – 4N 19
05 6th Nov 22 – 10th Nov 22 Southern Thailand 5D – 4N 14
06 10th Nov 22 – 16th Nov 22 Similan & Surin 7D – 6N 19
07 17th Nov 22 – 22nd Nov 22 Similan & Surin 6D – 5N 16
08 22nd Nov 22 – 126th Nov 22 Southern Thailand 5D – 4N 14

December 2022 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
09 11th Dec 22 – 17th Dec 22 Similan & Surin 7D – 6N 19
10 18th Dec 22 – 22 Dec 22 Similan – Surin Islands 5D – 4N 14
11 22nd Dec 22 – 28th Dec 22 Similan -& Surin 7D – 6N 19
12 29th Dec 22 – 2nd Jan 22 Southern Thailand 5D – 4N 14

January 2023 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
13 2nd Jan 23 – 8th Jan 23 Similan – Surin Islands 7D – 6N 19
14 9th Jan 23 – 19th Jan 23 Best Of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots!
15 120th Jan 23 – 30 Jan 23 Best of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots!
16 31st Jan 23 – 10th Feb 23 Best Of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots!

February-March 2023 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
17 11th Feb 23 – 21st Feb 23 SBest Of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots!
18 22nd Feb 23 – 4th Mar 23 Best Of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots!
19 5th Mar 23 – 15th Mar 23 Best Of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots!
20 16th Mar 23 – 26th Mar 23 Best Of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots!
21 27th Mar 23 – 6th Apr 23 Best Of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots

April 2023 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
22 13th Apr 23 – 17th Apr 23 Similan Islands 5D – 4N 14
23 18th Apr 23 – 28th Apr 23 Manta Trust Expedition* 11D – 10N Lots
24 29th Apr 23 – 9th May 23 SBest of Thailand 11D – 10N Lots
25 10th May 23 – 16th May 23 Similan & Surin 7D – 6N 19

Enquire about The Phinisi Similan Liveaboard
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The Phinisi 10 night Myanmar – Trip Itinerary PDF
The Phinisi 7 Night Myanmar – Trip Itinerary PDF
The Phinisi 4 Night Southern Thailand Trip Itinerary PDF

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