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Myanmar Burma Liveaboard

Myanmar Burma Liveaboard

Explore some amazing new dive sites on a Myanmar Burma Liveaboard Adventure

Why not try and exciting new scuba diving destination. Get yourself away from the hustle and bustle to the popular Thailand liveaboard sites and try Myanmar Burma Burma’s Mergui Archipelago and at the Burma Banks are relatively unexplored and with very few scuba diving liveaboard adventures sailing that for north it is a fantastic alternative to the standard trips in Thailand. This remote destination has over 800 stunning islands in the archipelago each trip feels like you are exploring a brand new world.


Dolphin Queen Similan Liveaboard Phuket Aussie Divers Scuba 4 Days 4 Nights from THB 19,800

MV Dolphin Queen

Thailand Liveaboard MV Dolphin Queen is a very popular choice for divers wanting to see the very best of the Similan Islands and Surin Islands on a tight budget. With 3 day/3 Night cruises to the Similan Islands available as well as the extended 5 Day/5 Night journey, we’re sure there will an outstanding experience to fit your plans all through the season. Three spacious decks ensure that there’s plenty of space to relax even with a fu [...]

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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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SY Andaman Diva Scuba Diving Liveaboard Phuket Thailand 5 days 4 nights from THB 88,200

SY Andaman Diva

The SY Diva Andaman is simply one of the most beautiful yachts sailing the Andaman Sea. She is a 35 metre traditional South East Asian Schooner. A capacity of just 14 guests guarantees privacy, and a generous crew of 10 ensures there is plenty of personal attention. After just a few hours on this boat, you will feel like royalty and never want to leave this very special Similan Islands liveaboard. This is truly one of t [...]

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Dive Race Class E Scuba Diving Liveaboard Phuket Thailand 4 days 4 nights from THB 40,000

Dive Race Class E

MV Dive Race Class E will be the most luxurious and modern scuba diving liveaboard vessel cruising the Similan Islands, Surin Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock in 2015. Specifically built this year, this magnificent vessel really raises the bar for Thailand liveaboards and due to it’s size and stability will also be running extended trips from North to South Andaman and South to North Andaman including. It can take a maximum [...]

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The Fhinisi Liveaboard Similan Islands Thailand Myanmar 4 days 4 nights from THB 39,500

The Phinisi

The Phinisi Liveaboard travels through the Similan Islands, Surin Islands and Myanmar. *Prices do not include park fees, equipment rental and some transfers. Prices and schedule are for 2020 - 2021 season. The sister boat to The Junk, The Phinisi Liveaboard, originally named ‘Cheng I Sao’. A brand new route for her will commence in 2018. Pronounced: Pinisi, she will be operating through [...]

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Free Pool Try Scuba Diver Aussie Divers Phuket Helpful Diving Info

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

This is a question that I often get asked, and really it is not as simple as YES or NO. If you want to become a certified scuba diver by doing the PADI Open Water Diver Course, the answer is yes. In the PADI Open Water Diver Course it is specified that you have to be able to swim 200 metres. This can be with any stroke. You also have to be able to tread water or float for at least 10 minutes. The reason for this is not for the fact that scuba diving requires you to swim. But rather it is for your and your groups safety. In the unlikely event that your BCD (Buoyancy Control Device) was to falter then there would be no device to kee [...]

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Strong Waves on a boatAussie Divers Helpful Diving Info

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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How to Treat Jellyfish Stings Helpful Diving Info

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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