Thailand: 32 liveaboards available for upcoming departures
Thai Sea liveaboard in Myanmar is a 20m wooden-hulled vessel that accommodates 12 guests comfortably on board. Completely refurbished in 2014, they provide a personalised service on board with dive group sizes of only 4 to 1 attentive staff during the remote Myanmar cruises. Accommodation consists of twin or double share fan-cooled cabins, all located on the middle or upper decks with shared bathrooms, ideal for the budget minded traveller with a sense of adventure.
Lapat Liveaboard in Thailand offers the ultimate flexibility for a liveaboard cruise with departures every day. There are two types of cabins for her 16 guests. The master double cabins are ensuite, and the six twin cabins share the four bathrooms on board. The upper deck has an indoor saloon area with comfortable sofas and an entertainment system. Meals are served alfresco with both western and Thai cuisine. The top deck has a partially covered sundeck with mattresses.
Manta Queen 1
Manta Queen 1 Liveaboard in Thailand is the most popular boat in the well-known and highly regarded Manta Queen fleet of liveaboards. Manta Queen 1 runs 4 night trips to the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. She is 27 metres long by 5 metres wide and accommodates up to 22 guests in 10 comfortable air-conditioned cabins. Nitrox is available on board for divers who are certified or wish to obtain the qualification.
Andaman Tritan Liveaboard in Thailand is a 24 metre liveaboard vessel with a range of cabins that can easily accommodate 16 guests’ budgets. There is plenty of relaxation space on board with a large, shaded outdoor dining area that doubles as a saloon, plus an indoor saloon with air conditioning and an entertainment system. The sun deck is enormous and has cushioned loungers and a shaded area. The dive deck is spacious with storage areas and rinse tanks, and nitrox is available.
The Phinisi Liveaboard in Myanmar and Thailand is a 34 metre style that has seven climate controlled cabins to accommodate 18 guests in twin, double or quad share setups. All cabins have en suite bathrooms, storage and portholes. There is an indoor saloon with a full entertainment system and library, dining is alfresco with a covered outdoor area. The sundeck on the upper level has comfortable sunbeds for guests to relax in between dives. The dive deck has personal storage areas and Nitrox is available.
Manta Queen 5
Manta Queen 5 Liveaboard in Thailand is part of the well-known and highly regarded Manta Queen fleet of liveaboards in Thailand. Manta Queen 5 runs 3 night trips to the Similan Islands and Koh Bon. She is 26 metres long by 5 metres wide and accommodates up to 22 guests in 10 comfortable air-conditioned twin bunk cabins. Nitrox is available on board for divers who are certified or wish to obtain the qualification.
Genesis I Liveaboard in Thailand is a 25 metres steel vessel catering for up to 12 guests in her five twin bunk cabins and two single cabins. The sundeck is large, and dining is alfresco, there is an indoor lounge with entertainment system and library. The dive deck was custom built and designed with a camera station and nitrox available free of charge. She has three itineraries which include dives on day 1 of the cruise.
Marco Polo Liveaboard in Thailand is a 23 metres vessel with seven cabins for 14 guests with either a fan or air-conditioning. There is an indoor saloon with entertainment system, and a covered outdoor area serves as the relaxation and alfresco dining area. The dive deck is spacious with rinse tanks, and plenty of storage. Nitrox is available. The vessel departs from Phuket rather than Khao Lak, so it negates the need for a two-hour transfer.
Camic Liveaboard in Thailand is a 27m vessel touring Thailand with a maximum of 14 guests on board. There are two cabin types to choose from, all have en suite bathrooms and climate control, and there are both double and twin bed setups. She has an indoor lounge area with a full entertainment system, and dining is al fresco in the outside area. There is a spacious sundeck with mats and cushions to relax on between dives.
Manta Queen 3
Manta Queen 3 Liveaboard in Thailand is the most comfortable boat in the well-known and highly regarded Manta Queen fleet of liveaboards in Thailand. Manta Queen 3 runs 4-night trips to the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. She is 35 metres long by 7 metres wide and accommodates up to 28 guests in comfortable, air-conditioned cabins. Nitrox is available on board for divers who are certified or wish to obtain the qualification.