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Weekend Getaway with The Junk

Weekend Getaway with The Junk

The Junk – Southern Andaman – Weekend Getaway’s

Looking for a perfect weekend getaway? Then enjoy a weekend getaway with The Junk liveaboard.

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Book a Trip on The Junk Liveaboard Today

The Junk, also known as “June Hong Chian Lee” is one of Thailands premium liveaboard experiences. With the Similan Islands season finishing up for 2018/19, The Junk will now be offering the perfect weekend getaway’s. Exploring the Southern Andaman dive sites around Phi Phi & Phuket during the West Coast’s low season (May – October).

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This weekend dive trip will depart from Phuket every Friday morning & return to Phuket on Sunday evenings. Stopping at the best dive sites around Koh Doc Mai, Phi Phi, Shark Point & Anemone Reef, offering a great mix of different diving, corals & fish life.

Short weekend trips like this are the perfect introduction to the liveaboard diving experience, with the 2 nights onboard spent around the picturesque Phi Phi Islands. This liveaboard has a spacious indoor saloon & large deck space’s, giving guest’s heaps of room to relax & unwind between dives. The delicious buffet meals served in the saloon each day will also have you coming back for more.

10 Dives

With a total of 10 dives, over a great range of dive sites, it is also the perfect opportunity to do the PADI Advanced Open Water Course onboard. Doing the course will take only 5 dives, and the skills involved in the PADI Advanced course will not take away from the diving experience onboard at all. There is also the opportunity to include a night dive in the course.

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Scuba Diving Phuket Thailand Equipment Setup On Similan Liveaboard

Scuba Diving Phuket Thailand Equipment Setup On Similan Liveaboard

The weekend Southern Andaman’s trip will be a 2-nights/3-days liveaboard, doing up to 10 dives in total, with prices starting from just THB 12,800 per person (quad share). This will include hotel transfers before & after the trip, all meals including soft drinks, tea, coffee, drinking water, fruits & snacks. 12L tanks & weights also included onboard.

Onboard extra’s would be the Phi Phi Marine park fee (THB 1,200), equipment rental, beer & wine. Enriched Air/Nitrox is also available onboard. Advanced course onboard would be an additional THB 9,000 per person.

Book a Trip on The Junk Liveaboard Today

By Darren Gaspari

Proud owner and active PADI Gold Course Director of Aussie Divers Phuket, a professional and awarded PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Scuba Diving Centre. Member of the PADI Advisory Board for the eLearning modules 2019 and 2020.

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