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Aussie Divers Phuket – Luxury Speedboat

Aussie Divers Phuket – Luxury Speedboat

Private Charter – Advanced Bookings Required

With the advent of low cost air fares and discount accommodation holiday makers are now travelling in larger groups. It is not unusual now in Phuket to see groups or families of between 12 – 16 people.

Aussie Divers Phuket offer a range of different private boat charters which are now becoming more and more popular.

The advantage of a private charter is that you are in control of what you do, sure we will make recommendations however the ultimate decision will be yours. This gives you greater freedom and variety and better value for your money.

The is a wide range of destinations and prices however the most popular is the Phi Phi snorkeling and island tour.

Prices start from THB 40,000 (low season not including diving or marine park fees) and the speedboat can take up to 16 snorkelers or non divers.

Not included in the price is scuba diving or private snorkels guides.

The typical itinerary for this trip would be (weather and time dependant).

07:30: Pick up from your hotel in a private minibus
08:30: Arrive at Chalong Pier
10:00: Look for Dolphins at Mai Ton (weather dependant, not guaranteed)
11:00: Snorkel at Khao Bida Nok/Bida Nai
12:00: Visit the famous Maya Bay (Thai Authority – THB 200 per person surcharge to go on beach)
12:30: Visit the beautiful Lo Sama Bay
12:45: Cruise past Viking cave
13:00: Lunch on Phi Phi Don
14:00: Monkey Beach
15:00: Visit the stunning Bee Lay Bay
16:00: Leave Phi Phi for Phuket
17:00: Arrive back at Chalong Pier
17:30: Back to your hotel

In addition to a snorkeling the snorkeling and day tour we can also offer private scuba diving for one or all of the customers. Scuba diving does however reduce the amount of space on the boat which will limit the number of customers permitted.

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