Economic class Liveaboard Thailand Similan Islands by All4Diving
Liveaboard 3 days / 3 nights, 11 dives to Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock
Book 90 days prior the departure and get 5% discount.
MV Manta Queen 2 offers a unique option for divers who want to get in the water to experience the best diving Thailand has to offer. Her 3 days and 3 nights cruises avoid the large number of boats which sometimes fight over the best Similan Islands dive sites, and sail north to the slightly more challenging diving destinations of Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, and the world-famous Richelieu Rock. On the way back, she stops off at one or two wreck sites to perfectly finish off the cruise. This season the number of dives aboard Manta Queen 2 has increased to 11, making trips even more enjoyable and better value.
Manta Queen 2 is a professionally-run boat that offers air-conditioning, excellent food and lots of comfort and safety features. There are 3 types of cabin available, including 4-bunk shared, twins and doubles cabins. During last season 2013-2014, Manta Queen 2 liveaboard trips were our best sellers. The guests got to see plenty of Manta Ray and Whale Shark.
Every trip went as smooth as silk, with the fun but professional team of western diving staff and local crew taking good care of everyone on board. You don´t need to be a professional or highly-experienced diver to enjoy the more challenging dive sites which the trips visit, Recommended levels are Advanced divers and those with more than 20 logged dives so will be able to enjoy your dives longer than inexperienced divers.
All meals, tea, coffee, drinking water and snacks are all for free on board, as are pick ups from Phuket and Khao Lak, and dropping guests off at the end of the cruise. Nitrox is available.
Prices* & Options
4 Bed Shared cabin
Twin Bed Cabin
Double Bed Cabin
Full Set Equipment (computer not included)
Nitrox for all 11 dives
* Prices not include park fees. Please check on "Booking Information" below
Boat and Similan Liveaboard Booking Information - itinerary, photos, technical description
RATES ARE PER PERSON AND INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
► Transfers from Phuket Area
► All Meals, Tea and Coffee, Fruits and Snacks
► Instructors 5:1 Ratio
► Towels, shampoo, 24 Hour Medical Service
► Similans National Park Fee - 1´800 Baht that you pay cash on board.
► Your certification card and log book
► Small amount of money for extras and tip.
The National Park Fee is set by the National Park and is subject to change without notice. Park fees are payable cash at your arrival on the boat.
To secure your booking, we need minimum 40% deposit for early bookings of more than 90 days before departure. The balance payment of 60% must be paid 3 months before departure. For any special early booking discounts, full payment is asked.
- Length: 23 m
- Width: 4 m
- Hull: Wood
- Generator: 1x 40 KW, 1 x 50 KW
- Engine: 2 x Hino 350 HP
- Air Compressor: 2
- Fresh Water Capacity: 14,000 Liter
- Cruising Speed: 8 - 9 knots
- Dinghy: 1
- Max. passenger: 18 pax
- Double bed cabin: 3
- Twin bed cabin: 5
- Quad (bunk beds) cabin: 1
- Shared Bathrooms: 3
- Maximum guests: 20
All cabins with air-condition.
Cabins are a little small but clean and functional. After all, you are going to dive all the day :-)
Bathrooms are shared and not en-suite.
Spacious upper and lower deck.
Rinse tanks are provided for the camera enthusiast.
Sun Deck, Shaded Areas, Shaded Dining Area
Entertainment - Saloon with TV, DVD, Music, Books
Food - Thai and Western. Vegetarian on request
Pick-up from Phuket and Khao Lak from 14:30-19:00,
depends on the area. Check-in dive center by 19:00-20:00 and have dinner offer at the restaurant.
Day 1 - 3 dives at Koh Bon and 1 Sunset dive at Koh Tachai pinnacle
Day 2 - 1 dive at Koh Tachai and 3 dives at Richelieu Rock
Day 3 - 1 dive at Koh Bon and 2 wreck dives including Boonsung wreck
Around 5pm arrive at the pier and transfers for Khao Lak and Phuket
The itinerary is subject to weather and sea conditions. The changes are at the discretion of the tour leader and / or the captain. Safety first!