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3 Dive Luxury Speedboat Full Day Trip – Phi Phi

3 Dive Luxury Speedboat Full Day Trip – Phi Phi

Luxury Speedboat Trip to Phi Phi

Enjoy some luxury speedboat day trip dives to the magnificent Phi Phi Islands with Aussie Divers Phuket.

Every Saturday / Sunday / Tuesday / Thursday

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3 Dive Luxury Day Trip to Phi Phi

Please note that due to the concern over the coronavirus the number of visitors and diver coming to Phuket has significantly dropped. This has made obtaining enough divers to run our speedboat without significant loss increasingly difficult. We are making every endeavor to run the speedboat on a daily basis to give our divers an alternate option to the bigger boats. However, there will be days where will not be able to do this. In this case we will default to the larger charter boat with our excellent staff. We will always attempt to keep you updated with any change of plans.

Hotel pick up will be between 7:00 – 7:45am & the Aussie Divers Luxury Speedboat boat returns to the pier approx. 5:00pm then 30-60 minutes travel time back to hotels around Phuket from the Chalong Pier

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The typical itinerary for this trip would be (weather and time dependant). Please note that this is just a sample itinerary & time’s and dive site’s may vary. Our instructors will get you to the best possible sites on the day based on conditions.

  • 07:00 – 08:00: Pick up from your hotel in a private minibus
  • 08:30: Arrive Aussie Divers Shop in Chalong
  • 09:00: Boat departs Chalong Pier
  • 09:30: Look for Dolphins at Mai Ton (weather dependant, not guaranteed)
  • 10:30: First Dive at Phi Phi
  • 12:00: Lunch around Phi Phi often at famous Maya Bay. Visit the beautiful Lo Sama Bay. Cruise past Viking cave
  • 13:00: Second Dive at Phi Phi
  • 14:00: Travel to Shark Point
  • 15:00: Dive at Shark Point
  • 16:00: Return to Chalong
  • 17:00: Arrive back at Chalong Pier
  • 17:30 – 18:30: Back to your hotel

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