Similan islands, Koh Bon, Richelieu Rock, Surin are the most popular dive destinations for Thailand. Burma Bank becomes popular and our liveaboard MV Deep Andaman Queen is operating once a month in Burma. You can find many liveaboards below that we offer to compare and make your choice. These are our selected best scuba diving liveaboard boats in different price ranges. The schedules start from October 2015- May 2016. If you got any questions about Thailand or Burma liveaboards, you can call us at +66 81 492 6953 or 081 492 6953(in Thailand). You can contact to send us your enquiries.
Deep Andaman Queen
The Deep Andaman Queen offers 11 en-suite, AC cabins, large dive platform with fresh water showers to rinse yourself after diving and camera rinse buckets. Explore the Similan Islands & Richelieu Rock
Explore the Similan Islands aboard the MV Hallelujah liveaboard. She is one of the most comfortable & largest dive liveaboards cruising the Andaman Sea from November - April. She has 13 en-suite cabins to cater to 25 guests
South Siam III is a Richelieu Rock liveaboard that offers divers the flexibility that other boats can’t match. The boat stays out at the islands all season (mid Oct to early May) and divers are transferred from the mainland to the liveaboard five times per week by speedboat.
The MV Pawara offers 4-night itineraries to some of the best dive sites in the Andaman Sea. Explore the Similan Islands and Richelieu Rock in comfort woth AC cabins, spacious lounge, sun deck and even karaoke
Tapana Liveaboard and Tapana Catamaran are owned and operated by Tapana Liveaboard Co.,Ltd. Tapana Liveaboard is established in 2004 and Tapana Catamaran in year 2014. We have year-round trip in various destinations. THAILAND Andaman Sea ( Both Similan National Park and In Famous South Andaman Area )
The MV Sawasdee Fasai is 37 meters (120 feet) in length with a beam of 8 meters (25 feet.) She takes 26 – 30 passengers plus crew. Her destinations include the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. Sawasdee Fasai cruises at 14 knots.