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Private Speedboat Charter

Private Speedboat Charter

Private Speedboat Charter

Enjoy a great day of diving in Phuket with Aussie Divers’s purpose-built scuba diving speedboat. Ideal for private diving charters and small groups of divers, Aussie Divers Phuket can tailor a diving package suited to your needs.

The Aussie Divers speedboat is a 42-foot boat speedboat, with 3x250hp outboard engines, custom built for scuba diving in Phuket and refurbished in 2022. With a total of 18 tank spaces, comfortable covered seating, a forward sundeck/seating area, and an onboard marine toilet. The private speedboat is ideal for groups of 8-10 divers doing a two-dive day trip and can take up to 14 divers plus staff.

Aussie Divers Phuket will customize the private trips to your needs, scuba diving, sightseeing, snorkeling, etc. All trips will include hotel transfers, light breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks, water & soft drinks, and light lunch.

Private Charter’s in October/November & April/May/June

Private Charter’s December, January, February, March

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Plan Your Own Day Trip

With a private speedboat charter, Aussie Divers can help plan out your own personal Phuket diving trip. You have the freedom to visit any of the dive sites in the day trip area, either Phi Phi/Shark Point/Anemone Reef/Koh Doc Mai or the Racha Islands.

Sample Itinerary For Private Phuket Diving Charter

Racha Islands Private Diving Day Trip

07:00 – Pick up from your hotel in a private minibus
08:00 – Arrive at Aussie Divers Chalong Office
09:30 – Morning Dive/Snorkel at Racha Noi
11:00 – Surface Interval, Snacks, and snorkel at Racha Noi Bay
12:00 – Second dive Racha Noi or Racha Yai
13:30 – Lunch on the boat or optional visit to Racha Yai for lunch on the island
15:00 – Return to Phuket
16:00 – Arrive back at Chalong Pier
17:00 – Back to your hotel

Phi Phi Private Diving Day Trip

07:00 – Pick up from your hotel in a private minibus
08:00 – Arrive at Aussie Divers Chalong Office
09:00 – Look for Dolphins at Mai Ton (weather dependant, not guaranteed)
10:00 – Morning Dive/Snorkel at Khao Bida Nok/Bida Nai
11:00 – Visit the famous Maya Bay (Restrictions on beach access, can snorkel/swim inside the bay)
12:00 – Second dive Turtle Rock, Maya Corner, Whaleshark Wall, or Palong Wall.
13:00 – Lunch on the boat or optional visit to Phi Phi Don for lunch on the main island
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

Half Day Phuket Diving Mai Tong & Coral Island

07:00 – Pick up from your hotel in a private minibus
08:00 – Arrive at Aussie Divers Chalong Office
09:00 – Morning Dive Mai Tong
10:00 – Light Snacks on the boat
11:00 – Second Dive Mai Tong or Coral Island
12:00 – Return to Chalong Pier
13:00 – Back to your hotel

The above schedules are estimated time’s only and can be customized based on your group’s needs.

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