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MV Sawasdee Fasai

MV Sawasdee Fasai

MV Sawasdee Fasai liveaboard in the Similan Islands

The Boat

MV Sawasdee Fasai is one of the largest of the liveaboards in the region. She cruises the Similan Islands, Surin Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock.

Her steel construction allows a unparalleled ride through the Andaman Sea, spaciously sized and she promises plenty of room to chill out in between diving the turquoise waters around the Similan and Surin Islands National Parks. With a substantial dining area, modern and comfortable lounge and a maximum of 26 guests it is almost impossible not to find room to relax on this lovely vessel.

The huge air-conditioned saloon is equipped with WIFI, flat screen TV, DVD, sound system, karaoke, games and an extensive marine I.D library to help you log all the stunning creatures you can find in these amazingly diverse waters. Up top there is a large sundeck for topping up the tan or gazing at the stars on a comfortable, soft mattress.

5 Day / 4 Night Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock – 14 dives

All prices are per person

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 500 Baht per day (not including torch & computer)

Price is per person. Non Diver Entitled to 20% Discount. Single cabin supplementary is 80% of the second (full cabin) diver price. Prices do not include equipment or national park fees.

Regular dive guides can speak English, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian, French, Japanese and Thai.

Free Nitrox for the 2019 – 2020

The Cabins

10 double cabins all but the budget have their own toilet, shower and sink which provides guests privacy beyond most boats in the area and all cabins have individual air conditioners.

• 2 Master cabins – Main Deck: Queen size bed with en-suite bathroom: A/C and Sea View.
• 4 Deluxe cabins – Main Deck: Twin share with twin bunks and With En Suite. A/C and Sea View.
• 4 Standard cabins – Lower Deck. Either Queen bed or two singles. En-suite and small window.
• 3 Budget cabin – Twin Single beds. Shared Bathroom and A/C..

The Food

Exceptional! The 3 delicious main meals are served buffet style on the large outdoor shaded area, a pre breakfast and afternoon snack is also provided. Providing an abundance of Thai and European food along with delicious snacks. First evening complimentary welcome drinks including fruit juices and or red / white wine.

Safety Features

2 x Life Rafts, full complement of life jackets, Fully equipped medic first aid station, Oxygen supply 6,000 liters capacity, Closed circuit video on the dive station and in the engine room, Full complement of fire extinguishers, GPS Plotter, Depth Sounder, Cellular Phone, SSB Radio

What’s 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. Accident & recompression chamber insurance.

What isn’t included

National Park Entry fee and diver’s fee: 1,800 Baht ( for diver) National Park Entry fee: 800 Baht ( for non diver ) Equipment rental full set 500 Baht per day Torch for Night Dive: 100 Baht, Suunto Dive Computer: 300 Baht per day. Beer THB 80 per can, Sort Drinks THB 30 per can: Wine THB 750 per bottle: Chips, Chocolate and Ice Cream between THB 50 – THB 100.

Enquire about a Pawara Trip HerePawara – Trip Itinerary PDF

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MV Sawasdee Fasai Trip Schedules

October – November 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
SP01 16 Oct 19 – 20 Oct 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SP02 21 Oct 19 – 25 Oct 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SP03 26 Oct 19 – 30 Oct 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR01 01 Nov 18 – 05 Nov 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR02 – FULL 06 Nov 19 – 10 Nov 19 – FULL Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR03 11 Nov 19 – 15 Nov 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR04 16 Nov 19 – 20 Nov 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR05 21 Nov 18 – 25 Nov 18 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE06 – Full 26 Nov 19 – 30 Nov 19 – Full Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14

December 2019 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
SR07 01 Dec 19 – 05 Dec 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR08 06 DEC 19 – 10 Dec 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR09 11 Dec 19 – 15 Dec 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR10 16 Dec 19 – 20 Dec 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR11 21 Dec 19 – 25 Dec 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR12 25 Dec 19 – 29 Dec 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR13 *FULL* 29 Dec 19 – 02 Jan 20 – FULL Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14

January 2020 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
SR14 03 Jan 20 – 07 Jan 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR15 08 Jan 20 – 12 Jan 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR16 13 Jan 20 – 17 Jan 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR17 FULL 18 Jan 20 – 22 Jan 20 FULL Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR18 – Full 23 Jan 20 – 27 Jan 20- Full Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR19ull 27 Jan 20 – 31 Jan 20 – Full Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14

February 2020 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
SR20 1 Feb 19 – 05 Feb 19 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR21 06 Feb 20 – 10 Feb 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR22 *FULL* 11 Feb 20 – 15 Feb 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR23 16 Feb 20 – 20 Feb 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE24 21 Feb 20 – 25 Feb 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR25 26 Feb 20 – 01 Mar 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14

March 2020 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
SE26 01 Mar 20 – 05 Mar 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE27 06 Mar 20 – 10 Mar 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE28 11 Mar 20 – 15 Mar 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE29 16 Mar 20 – 20 Mar 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE30 21 Mar 20 – 25 Mar 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE31 26 Mar 20 – 30 Mar 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14

April 2020 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
SE32 31 Mar 20 – 04 Apr 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE33 05 Apr 20 – 09 Apr 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE34 10 Apr 20 – 14 Apr 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SE35 15 Apr 20 – 19 Apr 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR36 20 Apr 20 – 24 Apr 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
SR37 25 Apr 20 – 29 Apr 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14

May 2018 Departures

Trip Number Dates Destination Duration Number of Dives
VS04 *FULL* 30 Apr 20 – 04 May 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
VS05 05 May 20 – 09 May 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14
VS06 10 May 20 – 14 May 20 Similan – Richelieu 4D – 4N 14

Enquire about a MV Sawasdee Fasai Trip HereMV Sawasdee Fasai – Trip Itinerary PDF

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