The Phinisi will be operating liveaboards in Thailand and Myanmar with 4 different itineraries: 4, 6, 7 and 10 night dive cruises. Built in 2007 at the length of 34 meters she can comfortably accommodate up to 18 guests onboard in 5 Double or Twin cabins (fixed and flexible) and 2 quad cabins. Each cabins is equipped with individually controlled air-conditioner unit, fans, ensuite bathroom and toilet.

The Phinisi offers various itineraries in Thailand and an exciting new destination: Myanmar!
With 7 and 10 night itineraries, The Phinisi takes you to the best dive sites in the beautfiul Mergui Archipelago.

Communal areas include indoor lounge equipped with Plasma screen, library & music, outdoor / outdoor dining area, cushion loungers and sundeck where you can chill out and relax when you are not diving. During the cruise guests will be pampered with a choice of international and Asian cuisine served buffet style in the indoor dining area. They cater to special dietary requirements; please simply inform the reservations team prior to your trip to ensure that they have plenty of dishes to suit your needs. A range of carbonated soft drinks, fruit juices, black, green and herbal teas are available, as well as some 'naughty' treats should you feel hungry between meal times. Guests may also select beer, wine or spirits from our cocktail bar at reasonable price.

The Phinisi - prices

Prices are per person and in USD based on 2 persons sharing a cabin.
Exact pricing is available on the schedule here as prices vary dependant on the time year, destination and the length of the trip and sometimes special offers are available.

The trip price includes:

Full board accommodation during the cruise including 3 meals per day plus snacks
Tea, coffee, soft drinks, fruit juices and drinking water
All dives offered in the itinerary
Pick up transfer from airport / local hotel to the boat
NOTE : please inform us of your airport arrival terminal / hotel details so we can arrange your pick up accordingly
NOTE : transfer time from Phuket to Khao Lak (or vice versa) takes between 2 hours - 4 hours depending on pick up point

The trip price does not include:

Port, park and tax fees: Best of Thailand $115 per trip, Similans/Surin $50-65 per trip or Special trip $35 per trip
Alcoholic and other selected beverages
Dive equipment rental
Dive course
Nitrox
Non-standard tanks
Merchandise
Crew gratuity – cash only (All major currencies:USD, Euros, Thai are accepted and appreciated)
Travel & Dive insurance

This boat does not provide single cabin/room supplement for solo travelers. If you wish to have the cabin to yourself, this depends on availability. On certain times when the boat is not busy, the boat will probably let guest have it. Check with us for more details.

Terms and conditions:

Individual bookings:
Booking deposit:
30% of booking is required within 7 days of booking - non refundable
70 % is due to 90 days prior to departure - non refundable.
Balance due 90 days before your trip departure date - non-refundable.
Individual booking made less than 90 days before the departured ate are payable in full at the time of booking.
Cancellation at any stage involves forfeit of monies already payed.

Group charter:

Booking deposit:
20% - within 7 days of booking - non-refundable
Second deposit:
50% 180 days prior to departure - non-refundable
Balance due
30% balance 90 days before departure - non-refundable

Diving Equipment Rentals (USD) Per day
Full Set (regulator, octopus, BCD, wetsuit, mask, fins) $ 25
Regulator with octopus $ 8
Computer $ 8
BCD $ 8
Wetsuit (shorty 3mm) $ 7
Mask $ 3.5
Fins (+ booties as required) $ 3.5
Torch $ 3.5
Nitrox $ 25
15 L tank $ 10

The Phinisi - cabins

The Phinisi can comfortably accommodate up to 18 guests onboard in 5 Double / Twin cabins (fixed and flexible) and 2 quad cabins. Each cabins is equipped with individually controlled air-conditioner unit, fans, en-suite bathroom and toilet with amenities and hairdryer.

To see photos of the cabins please visit the schedule and click on the cabin name to see the photos of each cabin, availability and price.

The Phinisi - itinerary

There are several airlines that offer direct international flights to Phuket International Airport, though you may need to book a short hop from another local hub such as Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore. We recommend staying 1 night in Phuket/Khao Lak before cruise departure, so you are well rested before the start of the cruise. Please inform us in which hotel you will stay so we can organise your transfer. If you make your own way to the embarkation point, embarkation time is 18.00pm.
When you fly in on embarkation day, you can book our free transfer from Phuket Airport at 15.30hr. Please ensure that you arrive on time for this transfer.

For the final day aboard we schedule 3 dives to allow plenty of time for off-gassing before disembarkation and your flight home. Disembarkation at the end of the cruise will be just before 10.00am.
Phuket airport is about a 1 hour drive from the embarkation and disembarkation point. Please allow at least 2-3 hours for international flight check-in and 1.5-2 hours for domestic flights.

The Phinisi - The Best of Thailand - 10 Night Itinerary

The highlights of Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Haa, Koh Phi Phi, King Cruiser, the Similan Islands and, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock.
Schedule: up to 4 dives per day; 3 day dives and either a sunset or a night dive.

Itinerary
Please note: we wish to show you the very best diving possible but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, currents and how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director’s decision of which route the yacht takes. Whilst we attempt to ensure the number of dives we have scheduled is fulfilled, bad weather can hinder the yacht’s ability to reach a specified dive site in good time. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations should we be unable to visit those sites listed below:

Southern Thailand
Koh Phi Phi
With mini-walls and shallow coral gardens predominating, there are a host of dive sites to choose from around the Phi Phi national Park. Hin Bida, Koh Bida Nok, Koh Bida Nai, Pilay Wall, and Hin Dot all offer something special.
Wildlife is hugely varied across the sites with black tip reef sharks common, tigertail seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish, cornet fish, octopus, scorpion fish, blue fin trevally, barracudas and more.

King Cruiser
The King Cruiser was a car ferry that used to travel between Phi Phi and Phuket. In 1997, the cruiser’ hit Anemone Reef on her crossing and sank a short distance away. No lives were lost, but divers were left with a great wreck dive! While she is largely broken up now, she is covered with soft corals and hides some wonderful gems, as well as being home to several large schools of snapper. While currents can be strong and visibility sometimes challenging, this is a great site to dive as part of an Advanced Open Water course.

Shark Point and Anemone Reef
These pinnacles are part of the same reef system and are only a very short distance apart from each other. Both sites are covered with colourful soft corals and anemones with a variety of fish to suit all divers. From barracuda to seahorses and for the lucky ones of course, the iconic leopard shark!

Koh Haa
Possibly some of the most underrated diving in the whole of Thailand, Moo Koh Haa (literally ‘five island group’) sits almost halfway between Hin Daeng and Phi Phi and is part of the Ko Lanta National Marine Park. There are actually several dive sites around Ko Haa but the highlights are Ko Haa Lagoon, Ko Haa Neua, and Ko Haa Yai.
Around these amazing islands you can see pinnacles, walls, boulders, caverns, and swim-throughs. Ko Haa lagoon is ideal for night dives, courses, and snorkelling, while The Chimney and The Cathedral offer things that you cannot see on other Thailand liveaboard itineraries with caverns, swim-throughs and chambers littering the sites. Ko Haa has varied marine life too, with ornate ghost pipefish, morays eels, octopus, hawksbill turtles, sea horses, marble rays, and sometimes even leopard sharks.

Hin Daeng & Hin Muang
These two sites are pinnacles (translating directly as Red Rock and Purple Rock) in open ocean, reaching down to over 70m, and are best known for manta ray and whale shark encounters but, whether they are sighted or not, the sites also offer giant moray eels, pharaoh cuttlefish, schooling rainbow runners and snappers, barracudas, groupers, fusiliers and blue fin trevally. On the pinnacles, there are fields of Magnificent Anemones, walls of Hemprics soft corals, and huge gorgonian sea fans.
Almost perpetual good visibility and dramatic topography combined with huge fish number makes for excellent liveaboard diving.

Similan and Surin Islands
Similan Islands
The above water scenery will provide stunningly beautiful white sandy beaches with small forested areas. Dive some of the following sites; Boulder City, Sharkfin Reef, Anita’s Reef and Honeymoon Bay. Under the surface you may see: Leopard (zebra) shark, blue spotted stingrays, clown trigger fish, rabbit fish, scorpion fish, snappers, emperor fish, giant trevally and angelfish. The coral gardens, bommies and boulder formations are wonderful to dive.
Elephant Head Rock, visible from the surface, this is the biggest pinnacle in the Similans and has some fantastic swim-throughs. White tip reef sharks, batfish, trevally and barracuda can often be seen on the perimeter of the boulders.
If you look closely in the cracks and in the rubble you can see smashing mantis shrimp, porcelain crab, moray eels and cleaner shrimp.

Koh Bon
Often, this the most likely place to see manta rays on this itinerary. You are likely to see Napoleon wrasse, sweetlips, octopus, blue fin trevally, giant moray eels, great barracudas, fire dart goby, spiny lobster and nudibranchs of many types. The dive sites vary from wall diving to gently sloping reefs and from submerged boulders to coral gardens.
Elephant Head Rock, visible from the surface, this is the biggest pinnacle in the Similans and has some fantastic swim-throughs. If lucky you might see some white tip reef sharks, batfish; trevally and barracuda can often be seen on the perimeter of the boulders.
If you look closely in the cracks and in the rubble you can see smashing mantis shrimp, porcelain crab, moray eels and cleaner shrimp.

Koh Tachai
This island is famous for its pinnacle dive site and more relaxed reef diving. Normally, turtles, barracuda, pipe fish, and nudibranchs can be found here. There is also a chance to see bigger species in this area like manta rays and whale sharks, especially by late January until April.

Richelieu Rock
This limestone pinnacle was named by Jacques Cousteau after General Richelieu, who was an important Danish officer in the Thai Navy. There are gorgeous purple dendronepthya soft corals covering most of the pinnacle and other areas covered in magnificent sea anemones as well. Barely breaking the surface at low tide, this horseshoe-shaped outcropping, slopes steeply to a sandy bottom at 18 to 35 meters (60-120 Ft). This site offers great diversity for such a small and isolated spot. It also offers excellent multi-level diving and, because it’s a high-profile reef, there’s always sheltered areas to hide from current. The marine life is prolific and includes amongst, many other things; Pharaoh cuttlefish, large octopi, all 5 varieties of anemone fish of the Andaman Sea, variety of moray eels, ornate ghost pipefish, smashing mantis shrimps, harlequin shrimps, tiger tail sea horses, Spanish mackerel, frog fish, many schooling snapper and occasional sightings of manta rays and whale sharks.

Surin Islands
Topside scenery of Koh Surin with evergreen forests, mangroves and small beaches, surpasses even that of the picturesque Similan Islands. Under water the reefs of Surin have the greatest hard coral diversity in Thailand. You are likely to see Napoleon wrasse, yellow-masked angelfish, bumphead parrotfish, tomato anemonefish and barramundi, as well as lots of turtles that still come ashore in this area to lay their eggs. Because of the remoteness not many liveaboard boats visit these islands and you will be able to enjoy the dive sites without sharing it with tourist hordes.

Khao Lak Wrecks
Before disembarking in Khao Lak, if conditions and timing are favourable there is a choice of easily diveable wrecks between the Similan Islands and the port of Tap Lamu. The Boonsung and the Premchai are old tin miners that were sank 25 or so years ago and are a treat for underwater photographers as well as lovers of life of all kinds!! Only in 18m of water they are covered in nudibranchs and various kinds of shrimps. Many quite unusual honeycomb morays also made these wrecks home. There are also huge numbers of schooling fish as well as rays d sharks that can occasionally be seen. Sea Chart 1 is a slightly more challenging dive and lies between 40 and 25 metres. Sunk during a storm in 2009 with a full load of teak, she is relatively new but already hosts an abundance of schooling fish.

Top Side
Along the route there are some incredible views from the boat including verdant forests, deserted beaches, and limestone karsts climbing vertically form the ocean. There will be several opportunities to leave the boat and take a walk on the islands. A walk up the trail to Sail Rock is definitely time well spent! You can even be entertained by marine life while relaxing on board with The Phinisi with dolphins cruising along with the boat not an unusual sight.

The Phinisi - Similan & Surin Islands - 6 Night Itinerary

The following is a sample itinerary of where you might dive during your holiday with us. We wish to show you the very best diving but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director’s decision of which route the yacht takes. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest’s requests are respected. Schedule: up to 4 dives per day; 3 day dives and either a sunset or a night dive.

Itinerary
Day 1 and Day 7 are reserved for embarkation and disembarkation; there will be no diving on these days. For the final day aboard we schedule 3 dives to allow plenty of time for off-gassing before disembarkation and your flight home. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest’s requests are respected.

Similan Islands
The above water scenery will provide stunningly beautiful white sandy beaches with small forested areas. Dive some of the following sites; Boulder City, Sharkfin Reef, and Honeymoon Bay. Under the surface you may see: Leopard (zebra) shark, blue spotted stingrays, clown trigger fish, rabbit fish, scorpion fish, snappers, emperor fish, giant trevally and angelfish. The coral gardens, bommies and boulder formations are wonderful to dive.
Elephant Head Rock, visible from the surface, this is the biggest pinnacle in the Similans and has some fantastic swim-throughs. If lucky, you might see some white tip reef sharks, batfish; trevally and barracuda can often be seen on the perimeter of the boulders. If you look closely in the cracks and in the rubble you can see smashing mantis shrimp, porcelain crab, moray eels and cleaner shrimp.

Koh Bon
Koh Bon is a dive site where manta rays may be seen. You are likely to see Napoleon wrasse, sweetlips, octopus, blue fin trevally, giant moray eels, great barracudas, fire dart goby, popcorn shrimp, spiny lobster and nudibranchs of many types. The dive sites vary from wall diving to gently sloping reefs and from submerged boulders to coral gardens.

Koh Tachai
Koh Tachai is famous for its pinnacle dive site and more relaxed reef diving. Normally, leopard sharks, marbled whip rays, turtles, barracuda, pipe fish, and nudibranchs can be found here. There is also a chance to see bigger species in this area like manta rays and whale sharks, especially by late January till April.

Richelieu Rock
This limestone pinnacle was named by Jacques Cousteau after General Richelieu, who was an important Danish officer in the Thai Navy. There are gorgeous purple dendronepthya soft corals covering most of the pinnacle and other areas covered in magnificent sea anemones as well.
Barely breaking the surface at low tide, this horseshoe-shaped outcropping, slopes steeply to a sandy bottom at 18 to 35 meters (60-120 Ft). This site offers great diversity for such a small and isolated spot. It also offers excellent multi-level diving and, because it is a high-profile reef, there are always sheltered areas to hide from current.
The marine life is prolific and includes amongst, many other things; Pharaoh cuttlefish, large octopi, all 5 varieties of anemone fish of the Andaman Sea, variety of moray eels, ornate ghost pipefish, smashing mantis shrimps, harlequin shrimps, tiger tail sea horses, Spanish mackerel, frog fish, many schooling snapper and occasional sightings of manta rays and whale sharks.

Surin Islands
Topside scenery of Koh Surin with evergreen forests, mangroves and small beaches, surpasses even that of the picturesque Similan Islands. Under water the reefs of Surin have the greatest hard coral diversity in Thailand. You are likely to see Napoleon wrasse, yellow-masked angelfish, bumphead parrotfish, tomato anemonefish and barramundi, as well as lots of turtles that still come ashore in this area to lay their eggs. Because of the remoteness not many liveaboard boats visit these islands and you will be able to enjoy the dive sites without sharing it with tourist hordes.

Khao Lak Wrecks
There is a choice of easily diveable wrecks between The Similan Islands and Khao Lak. The Boonsung and the Premchai are old tin miners that were sank 25 or so years ago and are a treat for underwater photographers as well as lovers of life of all kinds!! Only in 18m of water they are covered in nudibranchs and shrimps as well as large numbers of the unusual honeycomb moray. There are also huge numbers of schooling fish as well as rays that can occasionally be seen. Sea Chart 1 is a slightly more challenging dive and lies between 40 and 25 metres. Sunk during a storm in 2009 with a full load of teak, she is relatively new but already hosts an abundance of schooling fish.

Southern Thailand - 4 Night Itinerary

The following is a sample itinerary of where you might dive during your holiday with us. We wish to show you the very best diving but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director’s decision of which route the yacht takes. Whilst we attempt to ensure the number of dives we have scheduled is fulfilled, bad weather can hinder the yacht’s ability to reach a specified dive site in good time. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest’s requests are respected.
Schedule: up to 4 dives per day; 3 day dives and either a sunset or night dive.

Itinerary
Koh Phi Phi With mini-walls and shallow coral gardens predominating, there are a host of dive sites to choose from around the Phi Phi national Park. Hin Bida, Koh Bida Nok, Koh Bida Nai, Pilay Wall, Hin Dot and Ao Maya all offer something special. Wildlife is hugely varied across the sites with black tip reef sharks common, tigertail seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish, cornet fish, octopus, scorpion fish, blue fin trevally, barracudas and more.

King Cruiser
The King Cruiser was a car ferry that used to travel between Phi Phi and Phuket. In 1997, the cruiser’ hit Anemone Reef on her crossing and sank a short distance away. No lives were lost, but divers were left with a great wreck dive! While she is largely broken up now, she is covered with soft corals and hides some wonderful gems, as well as being home to several large schools of snapper. While currents can be strong and visibility sometimes challenging, this is a great site to dive.

Shark Point and Anemone Reef
These pinnacles are part of the same reef system and are only a very short distance apart from each other. Both sites are covered with colourful soft corals and anemones with a variety of fish to suit all divers. From barracuda to seahorses and for the lucky ones of course, the iconic leopard shark!

Koh Doc Mai
Flower Island’ is a tiny piece of sheer rock sat between Shark point and Phuket but, although it is tiny, dives here can provide divers with amazing memories! From a spacious cavern to frog fish, ornate ghost pipe fish and even bamboo sharks, Koh Doc Mai never fails to surprise.

Racha Yai & Racha Noi
Racha Yai is an excellent trip for beginners and those that have not dived for a while. Indeed for any guests aboard carrying out Advanced Open Water courses on-board, Racha Yai offers the perfect opportunity for course dives, with sloping hard coral reefs, white sandy bottoms and a choice of wrecks on the west coast.
Racha Noi has some of the best visibility of all sites in the area. Often described as a mini Similans’ the granite boulder topography is also unique compared to other sites. It offers a choice of hard coral reefs, boulders with large swim throughs and the beautiful pinnacle on the south point of this island.
Strong currents can make the southern sites challenging, however, with a year round chance to see manta rays, it is worth the effort to dive here.

Koh Haa
Possibly some of the most underrated diving in the whole of Thailand, Moo Koh Haa (literally ‘five island group’) sits almost halfway between Hin Daeng and Phi Phi and is part of the Ko Lanta National Marine Park. There are actually several dive sites around Ko Haa but the highlights are Ko Haa Lagoon, Ko Haa Neua, and Ko Haa Yai. Around these amazing islands you can see pinnacles, walls, boulders, caverns, and swim-throughs. Ko Haa lagoon is ideal for night dives, courses, and snorkeling, while The Chimney and The Cathedral offer things that you cannot see on other Thailand liveaboard itineraries with caverns, swim-throughs and chambers littering the sites. Ko Haa has varied marine life too, with ornate ghost pipefish, morays eels, octopus, hawksbill turtles, sea horses, marble rays, and sometimes even leopard sharks.

Hin Daeng & Hin Muang
These two sites are pinnacles (translating directly as Red Rock and Purple Rock) in open ocean, reaching down to over 70m, and are best known for manta ray and whale shark encounters but, whether they are sighted or not, the sites also offer giant moray eels, pharaoh cuttlefish, schooling rainbow runners and snappers, barracudas, groupers, fusiliers and blue fin trevally. On the pinnacles, there are fields of magnificent anemones, walls of Hemprics soft corals, and huge gorgonian sea fans.

Top Side
Along the route there are some incredible views from the boat including Phi Phi’s famous beaches and limestone karsts climbing vertically form the ocean. There will be opportunities to leave the boat and take a sight-seeing trip on the dinghy.

The Phinisi - specs

Built : 2007
Length : 34 metres
Breadth : 8 metres
Draft : 2.4m
Construction Material : Wood
Engines : Generators 1 x 380 HP 2 x 50 kW
Cruising Speed : 8 knots

The Phinisi - diving

Similan islands dive sites

Thailand liveaboard trips to the Similan islands and Richelieu rock generally last 4-6 days and leave either from Phuket island on the west coast of Thailand or Thaplamu one and half hours north of Phuket.
Travelling overnight they arrive in the Similan islands on the following morning to begin your first days diving. Continuing north over the course of the trip to Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and finally the amazing Richelieu rock. These liveaboards encompass the best diving that Thailand has to offer on the best boats Thailand has to offer.?
All our boats are liveaboards for people enthusiastic or serious about their diving but also welcome snorkellers and non-divers who will have their own separate itinerary.

Boulder City (Island Three - Koh Payan)

Boulder City lies some 200 meter south of Koh Payan. The dive site is completely submerged with two mooring buoys to mark the location, one at the north end and one at the south. Descending down the north line takes you to 20 meters and the south line to 30 meters. This is a dive in the 20 to 30 meter mark making it not a long dive but the underwater scenery here is spectacular with large granite boulders some bigger than a house, with swim-throughs and the chance of swimming with large pelagics. Eagle and manta rays cruise around the large boulders while large fan tail rays rest in the sandy bottom. This is also where I have been lucky enough on two separate occasions last season to witness the mating of leopard sharks. With a family of large humphead parrot fish and napoleon wrasse living in the area the beautiful soft corals and large gorgonian sea fans make this an eye opening dive site with the occasional whale shark cruising past.

Koh Miang # 4 Honeymoon Bay

Honeymoon Bay is a beautiful bay on the back side of island 4 with its quiet beach and tranquil bay it’s the perfect place for a snorkel or our sunset dives on the gentle slopping reef down to 24 meters. In the shallows around the coral heads you will find octopus, crabs and mantis shrimps on the hunt for food.

With the occasional hawksbill sea turtle and white tip reef shark patrolling the reef will keep you busy on your dive.

Koh Payu # 7 Deep Six

Deep six lies on the northern tip of island 7 and has a buoy line running down to 18 meters there as the name implies you can descend down to over 60 meters. Here the dramatic underwater boulders have formed some excellent swim throughs, tunnels and canyons that make this an exciting dive. But down in the soft coral garden the largest gorgonian sea fans in the Similans survive untouched. With the occasional manta ray gliding passed in the blue will make for an enjoyable dive.

Elephant Head, Hin Pousar

Deep six lies on the northern tip of island 7 and has a buoy line running down to 18 meters there as the name implies you can descend down to over 60 meters. Here the dramatic underwater boulders have formed some excellent swim throughs, tunnels and canyons that make this an exciting dive. But down in the soft coral garden the largest gorgonian sea fans in the Similans survive untouched. With the occasional manta ray gliding passed in the blue will make for an enjoyable dive.

Koh Bangu #9 North Point

North point lies on the west side of the island with a dramatic underwater scenery of large boulders with canyons and swim throughs. As you descend down the line passed the tall fin bat fish and head through the tunnels, keep your eyes open for a pair of Napoleon wrasse. In between the large canyons grow large gorgonian sea fans with excellent soft corals hiding harlequin ghost pipe fish but a look out into the blue can be rewarding with frequent visits from the graceful manta ray passing over head.

Koh Bon - The Pinnacle

Koh Bon island lies 12 nautical miles south of Koh Tachai island and the dive site is located around 150 meters north west of the island and has no bouy line so location is by GPS. When the captain signals its time to jump into the blue and descend down to the pinnacles. The top is around 18 meters and continues to run down to over 50 meters to the sand bottom were the docile leopard shark sleeps while white tip reef sharks patrol the reef in search of a meal.

These amazing pinnacles are covered with colourful soft coral trees, large gorgonian sea fans and barrel sponges running down the walls. With 5 species of clown fish in the magnificent anemones and their shrimp and porcelain crab hosts its difficult to keep your eyes of the pinnacles but a look out in to the blue can be rewarding with manta rays gliding around and the occasional whale shark. But don’t forget to keep a check on your air supply as its time to head back to the surface and leave these beautiful creatures behind.

Koh Tachai Island - The Dome

Koh Tachai lies 22 nautical miles south of Surin, the dive site is located around 200 meters south of the island and is marked with a bouy line which descends down to 16 meters to reach the top of the plateau. From here you decide which way to go ? North or South. North takes you over the plateau to the beautiful coral garden at around 22meters to 26meters with some of the best soft corals and sea fans in the area, which will keep underwater photographers busy. South takes you down over the large boulders to between 36meters and 40meters to reach the sandy bottom looking for the docile leopard shark and large stingrays. Up above schooling great barracudas with tunas and trevallys darting down to catch the baitfish hanging around the reef. With a multitude of small creatures to look at try not to forget a look into the blue to see the manta rays gliding past and the occasional whale shark make Koh Tachai a spectacular dive site.

Richelieu Rock

Richelieu lies 7.5 nautical miles east of the Surin islands national marine park. Here this large rock pinnacle just breaks the surface at low tide and descends down to around 33 meters to the sandy bottom. The northern side has an excellent wall with lots of cracks and holes for you to look inside. The wall is covered with coral and zig zag oysters where you can find over ten species of moray eels like the commonly spotted white eyed, giant, yellow edged, and bartail morays or the shy dragon, leopard, honeycomb and zebra morays.

The wall is all so home to many species of shrimps from the cleaners, anemone, saron, squat and the colorful harlequin shrimps. The west side contains mostly soft corals and sea fans with ghost pipefish and tigertail sea horses hiding in between the branches. But its here where we all so encounter large schools of silver jacks and bluefin trevallys with chevron and great barracudas too.

Its also home to the gentle giant the whale shark anywhere from 2 meter babys to 8 meter subadults. The walls seem to move with so much life or look closely at the camouflaged scorpion, stone and lionfishes that blend in to the rock. A truly spectacular dive site no matter what the visibility.

Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai Islands - Koh Phi Phi

These two uninhabited islands lie south of Phi Phi and are a Mecca for leopard sharks. These harmless and docile creatures are usually sleeping around the sand and coral banks of the islands usually no deeper than 20 meters. With Bida Nok as the larger of the two it offers great hard and soft corals with turtles and sea snakes passing bye. The deeper of the two with depths to 30 meters on the west side wall teeming with life from lionfish to baby morays poking there heads from the cracks and well camouflaged octopuses blending in to the rocks will keep your eyes busy on this dive site.

Bida Nai island smaller and slightly shallower offers the chance to see the sleeping leopard shark anywhere from 1 to 10 sharks resting on the bottom in between the staghorn corals. Here the soft corals are abound with their beautiful colors but look closely at the sea fans to find the Tiger-tail sea horse. With two swim-throughs covered in small baitfish and shrimps, lots of colorful reef fish and schools of barracuda and trevallys darting over the reef, and not forgetting the many nudibranches along the way make this a wonderful dive site.

The Phinisi - schedule

Best of Thailand (10 nights)
7 spaces available
01 Nov 19
embark: 
Chalong Pier
11 Nov 19
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Chalong Pier
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
5 spaces
+3 options
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
2 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
full
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Similan & Surin Islands (6 nights)
16 spaces available
11 Nov 19
embark: 
Khao Lak
17 Nov 19
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
1,900 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
1,900 USD
4 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Similan & Surin Islands (4 nights)
16 spaces available
22 Nov 19
embark: 
Khao Lak
26 Nov 19
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,200 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
1,550 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
1,550 USD
4 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Similan & Surin Islands (6 nights)
18 spaces available
30 Nov 19
embark: 
Khao Lak
06 Dec 19
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
1,900 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
1,900 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Similan & Surin Islands (4 nights)
18 spaces available
09 Dec 19
embark: 
Khao Lak
13 Dec 19
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,200 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
1,550 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
1,550 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
13 Dec 19
embark: 
Chalong Pier
23 Dec 19
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Chalong Pier
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Similan & Surin Islands (6 nights)
14 spaces available
23 Dec 19
embark: 
Khao Lak
29 Dec 19
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
1,900 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
1,900 USD
2 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Similan & Surin Islands (4 nights)
8 spaces available
29 Dec 19
embark: 
Khao Lak
02 Jan 20
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,200 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
1,550 USD
full
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
1,550 USD
full
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
04 Jan 20
embark: 
Ranong
11 Jan 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
17 spaces available
11 Jan 20
embark: 
Ranong
18 Jan 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
full
+7 options
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
full
+4 options
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
full
+6 options
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (10 nights)
13 spaces available
19 Jan 20
embark: 
Ranong
29 Jan 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,900 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
1 space
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
4 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
30 Jan 20
embark: 
Ranong
06 Feb 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Manta Trust Expedition (7 nights)
17 spaces available
06 Feb 20
embark: 
Ranong
13 Feb 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
7 spaces
+1 option
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Similan & Surin Islands - Manta Trust Expedition (7 nights)
12 spaces available
13 Feb 20
embark: 
Ranong
20 Feb 20
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,750 USD
7 spaces
+1 option
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,205 USD
3 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,205 USD
2 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
04 Mar 20
embark: 
Ranong
11 Mar 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
full
+8 options
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
full
+4 options
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
full
+6 options
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
16 spaces available
12 Mar 20
embark: 
Ranong
19 Mar 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
+2 options
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (10 nights)
8 spaces available
20 Mar 20
embark: 
Ranong
30 Mar 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,900 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
full
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
full
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (10 nights)
12 spaces available
01 Apr 20
embark: 
Ranong
11 Apr 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,900 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
full
+4 options
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
11 Apr 20
embark: 
Ranong
18 Apr 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
full
+8 options
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
full
+4 options
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
full
+6 options
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
19 Apr 20
embark: 
Ranong
26 Apr 20
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
full
+8 options
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
full
+4 options
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
full
+6 options
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
28 Apr 20
embark: 
Khao Lak
08 May 20
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
01 Nov 20
embark: 
Chalong Pier
11 Nov 20
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Chalong Pier
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
11 Nov 20
embark: 
Khao Lak
21 Nov 20
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
22 Nov 20
embark: 
Chalong Pier
02 Dec 20
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Chalong Pier
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
02 Dec 20
embark: 
Khao Lak
12 Dec 20
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
13 Dec 20
embark: 
Chalong Pier
23 Dec 20
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Chalong Pier
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
23 Dec 20
embark: 
Khao Lak
02 Jan 21
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
03 Jan 21
embark: 
Ranong
10 Jan 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
10 Jan 21
embark: 
Ranong
17 Jan 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (10 nights)
18 spaces available
18 Jan 21
embark: 
Ranong
28 Jan 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,900 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
29 Jan 21
embark: 
Ranong
05 Feb 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
05 Feb 21
embark: 
Ranong
12 Feb 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (10 nights)
18 spaces available
13 Feb 21
embark: 
Ranong
23 Feb 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,900 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
24 Feb 21
embark: 
Ranong
03 Mar 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
04 Mar 21
embark: 
Ranong
11 Mar 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (10 nights)
18 spaces available
12 Mar 21
embark: 
Ranong
22 Mar 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,900 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
23 Mar 21
embark: 
Ranong
30 Mar 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
31 Mar 21
embark: 
Ranong
07 Apr 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (10 nights)
18 spaces available
08 Apr 21
embark: 
Ranong
18 Apr 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,900 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago (7 nights)
18 spaces available
19 Apr 21
embark: 
Ranong
26 Apr 21
disembark: 
Ranong
embark:
Ranong
disembark:
Ranong
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
1,950 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
2,450 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
28 Apr 21
embark: 
Khao Lak
08 May 21
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
01 Nov 21
embark: 
Chalong Pier
11 Nov 21
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Chalong Pier
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
11 Nov 21
embark: 
Khao Lak
21 Nov 21
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
22 Nov 21
embark: 
Chalong Pier
02 Dec 21
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Chalong Pier
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
02 Dec 21
embark: 
Khao Lak
12 Dec 21
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
13 Dec 21
embark: 
Chalong Pier
23 Dec 21
disembark: 
Khao Lak
embark:
Chalong Pier
disembark:
Khao Lak
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Best of Thailand (10 nights)
18 spaces available
23 Dec 21
embark: 
Khao Lak
02 Jan 22
disembark: 
Chalong Pier
embark:
Khao Lak
disembark:
Chalong Pier
Booking Request
Whats Included?
Quad Share Lower Deck 
2,500 USD
8 spaces
Twin Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
4 spaces
Twin/Double Share Lower Deck 
3,150 USD
6 spaces
Mandatory extra charges per person by destination
Similans/Surin $50 or Best of Thai $115 per trip
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