Boulder City

Boulder city is named after the massive boulders found around the heart of the site. Some of them are more than 25 meters tall and draw the outline of an amazingly rich in aquatic life dive environment.

Boulder City Similan Islands Map Islands 1 2 3As your liveaboard scuba diving adventures take you to the open ocean, you find that the currents around this area become quite strong. Nevertheless, for an experienced scuba diver it will be a breeze to let the currents guide you over the dive site.

In between these massive boulders you will encounter all kinds of colorful marine life. If you find you want further excitement, simply step out of the protection of the boulders and allow the currents to sweep you off your fins.

Other famous dive sites in this area include Shark Fin Reef and East of Eden, where you can snorkel and dive to your heart’s content.

 

Boulder City Dive Site Details

Live Aboard Similan Islands Boulder City - Manta Ray feeding

Recommended live aboard diver certification: Advanced Diver or higher

Maximum depth: 40 meters

Temperature: 27+ degrees

Visibility: 20+ meters

Divesite marine life: Different kinds of Stingrays, Mantas, Big Groupers, Angelfish, Unicorn fish, Puffers, Snappers and, last but not least, White-Tip Sharks.

 

More Similan Island Dive Sites

MV Scuba Adventure Schedule

SCHEDULE 2010-2011My

SIMILANS, KOH BON, KOH TACHAI & RICHELIEU ROCK CRUISE
4 Days / 4 Nights – 14 Dives
5 Days / 5 Nights – 18 Dives**
November to May
– Depart 5.00 pm – Return 5.30 pm

CRUISE NUMBER DEPARTURE 5 PM # DAYS RETURNS 5.30 PM DESTINATION
SA60/10 14. Nov 10 4D/4N 18. Nov 10 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA61/10 19. Nov 10 4D/4N 23. Nov 10 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA62/10 24. Nov 10 4D/4N 28. Nov 10 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA63/10 30. Nov 10 4D/4N 04. Dec 10 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA65/10 08. Dec 10 4D/4N 12. Dec 10 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA66/10 14. Dec 10 4D/4N 18. Dec 10 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA68/10 22. Dec 10 4D/4N 26. Dec 10 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA69/10 28. Dec 10 5D/5N 02. Jan 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA1/11 04. Jan 11 5D/4N 08. Jan 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA3/11 12. Jan 11 4D/4N 16. Jan 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA4/11 18. Jan 11 4D/4N 22. Jan 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA6/11 26. Jan 11 4D/4N 30. Jan 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA7/11 01. Feb 11 4D/4N 05. Feb 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA9/11 09. Feb 11 4D/4N 13. Feb 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA10/11 15. Feb 11 4D/4N 19. Feb 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA12/11 23. Feb 11 4D/4N 27. Feb 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA13/11 01. Mar 11 4D/4N 05. Mar 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA15/11 09. Mar 11 4D/4N 13. Mar 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA16/11 15. Mar 11 4D/4N 19. Mar 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA18/11 23. Mar 11 4D/4N 27. Mar 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA19/11 29. Mar 11 4D/4N 02. Apr 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA21/11 04. Apr 11 4D/4N 10. Apr 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA22/11 12. Apr 11 4D/4N 16. Apr.11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA24/11 21. Apr.11 4D/4N 25. Apr.11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA25/11 26. Apr.11 4D/4N 30. Apr.11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock
SA27/11 04. Mai 11 4D/4N 08. Mai 11 Sim/Sur/Richelieu Rock

HIN DAENG & HIN MUANG CRUISE
3 Days / 3 Nights – 10 Dives
December to May – Depart 5.00 pm – Return 5.30 pm

CRUISE NUMBER DEPARTURE 5 PM # DAYS RETURNS 5.30 PM DESTINATION
SA64/10 04. Dec 10 3D/3N 07. Dec 10 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA67/10 18. Dec 10 3D/3N 21. Dec 10 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA2/11 08. Jan 11 3D/3N 11. Jan 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA5/11 22. Jan 11 3D/3N 25. Jan 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA8/11 05. Feb 11 3D/3N 08. Feb 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA11/11 19. Feb 11 3D/3N 22. Feb 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA14/11 05. Mar 11 3D/3N 08. Mar 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA17/11 19. Mar 11 3D/3N 22. Mar 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA20/11 02. Apr 11 3D/3N 05. Apr 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA23/11 16. Apr.11 3D/3N 19. Apr.11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA26/11 30. Apr.11 3D/3N 03. Mai 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA28/11 08. Mai 11 3D/3N 11. Mai 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang
SA29/11 12. Mai 11 3D/3N 15. Mai 11 Hin Deang / Hin Muang

KOH PHI PHI & KOH HA CRUISE
3 Days / 2 Nights – 11 Dives
July to September – Depart 7.30 am – Return 5.00 pm

CRUISE NUMBER DEPARTURE 7.30am #DAYS RETURNS 5.00PM DESTINATION
SA30/11 01. Jul 11 3D/2N 03. Jul 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA33/11 09. Jul 11 3D/2N 11. Jul 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA34/11 13. Jul 11 2D/1N 15. Jul 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA37/11 21. Jul 11 3D/2N 23. Jul 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA38/11 25. Jul 11 3D/2N 27. Jul 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA41/11 02. Aug 11 3D/2N 04. Aug 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA42/11 06. Aug 11 3D/2N 08. Aug 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA46/11 17. Aug 11 3D/2N 19. Aug 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA47/11 21. Aug 11 3D/2N 23. Aug 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA50/11 29. Aug 11 3D/2N 31. Aug 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA51/11 02. Sep 11 3D/2N 04. Sep 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA54/11 10. Sep 11 3D/2N 12. Sep 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA55/11 14. Sep 11 3D/2N 16. Sep 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA58/11 22. Sep 11 3D/2N 24. Sep 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa
SA59/11 26. Sep 11 3D/2N 28. Sep 11 Phi Phi / Koh Haa

RACHA NOI & RACHA YAI CRUISE
2 Days / 1 Night – 7 Dives
July to September – Depart 7.30 am – Return 5.00 pm

CRUISE NUMBER DEPARTURE 7.30am #DAYS RETURNS 5.00PM DESTINATION
SA31/11 04. Jul 11 2D/1N 05. Jul 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA32/11 07. Jul 11 2D/1N 08. Jul 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA35/11 16. Jul 11 2D/1N 17. Jul 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA36/11 19. Jul 11 2D/1N 20. Jul 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA39/11 28. Jul 11 2D/1N 29. Jul 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA40/11 31. Jul 11 2D/1N 01. Aug 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA43/11 09. Aug 11 2D/1N 10. Aug 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA44/11 12. Aug 11 2D/1N 13. Aug 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA45/11 15. Aug 11 2D/1N 16. Aug 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA48/11 24. Aug 11 2D/1N 25. Aug 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA49/11 27. Aug 11 2D/1N 28. Aug 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA52/11 05. Sep 11 2D/1N 06. Sep 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA53/11 08. Sep 11 2D/1N 09. Sep 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA56/11 17. Sep 11 2D/1N 18. Sep 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA57/11 20. Sep 11 2D/1N 21. Sep 11 Racha Yai / Noi
SA60/11 29. Sep 11 2D/1N 30. Sep 11 Racha Yai / Noi

 

 

Deep Six

Deriving its name from its great depth, Deep Six boasts massive boulders laid on top of each other, creating a maze of caverns and areas to swim through. This really is the place to fine tune your buoyancy skills during your liveaboard scuba diving adventure in the Similan Islands.

Deep Six Similan Islands Map Islands 4 5 6 7As you swim away from the boulders you can drop down to depths of almost 50 meters, encountering a variety of fish and aquatic life. The best thing about this divesite is the Kuhl Sting Rays and the nearly extinct and rarely seen Andaman Sweetlips, which you can only see here.

Enjoy your dive, swimming with gentle Leopard Sharks and see the most fascinating colourful Mantis Shrimps.

Currents here change depending on the flow of the tide and they can are likely to pick up, nudging you away from the boulders; if you need shelter from the storm just head for the eastern part of Deep Six.

 

Deep Six Dive Site Details

Picture of a Mantis Shrimp at Deep Six divesite in the Similan Islands
Recommended live aboard diver certification: Advanced or higher

Maximum depth: 40-50 meters

Temperature: 27+ degrees

Visibility: 20+ meters

Divesite marine life: Plenty of small creatures like Harlequins, Pipefish, Octopus, Banded Sea Snakes, Nudibranches, Mantis Shrimps in the protected areas under the boulders, and Kuhl Sting Rays, along with Barracudas, Groupers, Snappers, Sweetlips and, last but not least, Leopard Sharks.

 

More Similan Island Dive Sites

Koh Tachai

A further 20 kilometers to the north of Koh Bon our luxury liveaboards will sail you to the island of Koh Tachai. This island boasts the paradise white sandy beaches you have been dreaming of and really is the place to visit, particularly if you are a fan of night diving.

The dive site is made up of a series of submerged pinnacles and many boulders, making for excellent swim-throughs. It is mostly famous for sightings of visiting Whale Sharks and Manta Rays but further for the vibrant life that dwells beneath the water.

Koh Tachai is divided into two different kinds of dive sites. The Koh Tachai reef and the Koh Tachai Plateau.

Koh Tachai reef is the sheltered part of the dive site and makes for easier diving when the currents are too powerful. Mild currents here make for a slow drifting dive experience for all diver certification levels. Diving in the later part of the afternoon provides you with the opportunity to see a vast armies of aquatic life rising out of its shelter and playing around the magnificently coloured and widely varied corals.

Koh Tachai Plateau, on the other hand, makes for a more exciting, but also more challenging scuba diving adventure due to its strong currents. The Plateau consists of many sizes of granite rocks and rich gardens of soft and hard corals. In fact the garden on the Plateau itself, with its many shades of coloured corals, is by far the most spectacular in the area.

Currents in this dive site can be quite strong in the Plateau, sometimes making it simply impossible to dive, and rather mild in the reef, where the currents run from south to north.

 

Koh Tachai Dive Site Details

Recommended live aboard diver certification: Beginner

Maximum depth: 35-40 meters

Visibility: 20+

Temperature: 27+

Divesite marine life: home to a variety of Sea Fans, Anemonies, Sea Sponges and Feather Stars, Huge Napoleon Wrasse and schools of Bannerfish and Fussiliers, Koh Tachai is often by Yellow Tail Baraccudas and Whale Sharks. One also finds Octupus, Cuttlefish and a myriad of corals all around.

 

More Outer Similan Island Dive Sites

MV Scuba Adventure Boat Specifications & Technical Information

General Information Safety Facilities
Length 23 meters

Emergency First Aid
Beam 5.5 meters Dan Oxy Vac Kit
Tender 1 Inflatable Large O2 Cylinder
Main Engines 2 x 320 Hp 22 Life jackets
Fuel capacity 15,000 L 25 Person life raft
Generators 1 x 30 Kw 1 x 40 Kw Cabin Types Available
Compressors 2 x electric Comp 5 Twin cabins with AC
Nitrox Blending Panel 2 Double cabins with AC
Fresh Water 9,000 L Each cabin has its own air-con unit and fan
Communication

Portholes in the lower cabins providing natural lighting
Cellular Phone Entertainment
Mobile Phone TV
VHF Video
Citizen Band Stereo
Navigation Library
Radar Facilities
GPS 4 Toilets / Showers
Sonar  

 

Boat Layout Scuba Adventure Liveaboard Thailand

 

1 – Diving platform
2 – Diving area
3 – Salon
4 – Galley
5 – Staff cabin
6 – Shower/toilet
7 – Guest cabin
8 – Sundeck
9 – Bridge
10 – Engine room
11 – Captain’s cabin

 

 

Koh Bon West Ridge

Fun Diving in the Simlan IslandsTo the north of Similan Island number 9 lies Koh Bon island, famous for the massive Manta Rays swimming around its waters. As most other islands around Koh Bon are made of granite, this little island’s limestone outline is a stunning change from the surrounding scenery.

On the southeast side of the island there is a cliff which slopes down into the water almost vertically from the surface, thereby forming a wall of 33 meters. This levels off to a ridge filled with corals before it drops down to over 40 meters. This whole ridge features gardens of beautiful soft corals with an array of blue, yellow and turquoise colours, not usually seen in other dive sites. This makes Koh Bon a spectacular dive site with rare offerings to quench your diver appetite.

Koh Bon is also a spectacular divesite to visit for your liveaboard night diving. This is Lobster central, but bear in mind you are here to just look, not to catch your dinner!

As the dive site bay is sheltered, quite often there are no currents. However on the southwestern side two currents join together to create a rather unpredictable flow, making this site both exciting and exhilarating to the experienced diver. If you find yourself struggling against the currents, just hide round the corner.

 

Koh Bon West Ridge Dive Site Details

Recommended live aboard diver certification: Advanced Diver

Maximum depth: 35-40 meters

Visibility: 20+

Temperature: 27+

Divesite marine life: with currents transferring a wide variety of nutrients, much aquatic life is attracted to this site, including the Manta Rays mentioned above and also Reef Sharks and a large variety of Barracudas, Tuna fish and Trevallies. Within the cracks and around the ridge you will find Pipefish, Octupus, Nudibranches, Manta Shrimps, Cuttle Fish and all colour shades of Cowrie shells. Also Lobsters at night.

 

More Outer Similan Island Dive Sites

MV Scuba Adventure Prices

PRICES 2009-2010

SIMILANS, KOH BON, KOH TACHAI & RICHELIEU ROCK CRUISE
November to May

DAYS / NIGHTS
DIVES
PRICE
4 / 4
14
28,700 Thai Baht
5 / 5
18
37,700 Thai Baht

HIN DAENG & HIN MUANG CRUISE
December to May

3 / 3
10
18,000 Thai Baht
KOH PHI PHI & KOH HA CRUISE
July to September
3 / 2
11
17,000 Thai Baht
RACHA NOI & RACHA YAI CRUISE
July to September
2 / 1
7
11,000 Thai Baht

 

Prices Include Prices Do Not Include
Transfers to and from your accommodation Alcohol & Soft drinks
Towels Marine National Park Fees
Freshly cooked buffet meals Diving courses
Snacks, fruits, drinking water, coffee, tea Rental equipment
Tanks, Torches, weights & weight belts  
Divemaster supervision  
2 FREE NITROX Dives per day  
   

Equipment Rental

Full set of equipment per day

750 Thai Baht

 

 

MV Scuba Cat Schedule

From November to May MV Scuba Cat is moored in the Similan Islands. Transfers take place from your hotel in Phuket to Tam Lapu resort by the beach, some 90 Kilometers to the north of Patong beach. Here MV Scuba Sport, our transfer vessel, takes you to the MV Scuba Cat Liveaboard. Below you will also find the departure dates for Scuba Sport transfers to Scuba Cat liveaboard. You can stay on board the Scuba Cat Liveaboard as many days as you wish without the need to return to your hotel. In fact, why book a hotel when you can stay on board and be ready for diving the following day.

From May to November, MV Scuba Cat Liveaboard is moored at Racha Yai, with daily Scuba Sport departures.

SCHEDULE 2009-2010
SIMILAN ISLANDS
November 2009 to May 2010
DAYS / NIGHTS
TRANSFER BOAT DEPARTURES
DIVES
2 / 1
Sunday
6
3 / 2
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
11
4 / 3
Sunday, Friday
16
5 / 4
Monday, Wednesday
21
Additional days after 6 days
+5
RACHA YAI & RACHA NOI
July 2010 to September 2010
1
Daily
2
2 / 1
Daily
7
Extra Day
Daily
+5

 

 

MV Scuba Cat Prices

PRICES 2009-2010

SIMILAN ISLANDS
November 2009 – May 2010

DAYS / NIGHTS
DEPARTURE
DIVES
PRICE
2 / 1
Sunday
6
12,000 Thai Baht
3 / 2
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
11
16,000 Thai Baht
4 / 3
Sunday, Friday
16
20,000 Thai Baht
5 / 4
Monday, Wednesday
21
24,000 Thai Baht
Additional days after 6 days
 

+5
+5000 Thai Baht
RACHA YAI & RACHA NOI
July 2010 – September 2010
DAYS / NIGHTS
DEPARTURE
DIVES
PRICE
1 / 0
Daily
2
3,100 Thai Baht
2 / 1
Daily
7
6,900 Thai Baht
Extra Day
Daily
+5
3,900 Thai Baht
DISCOUNT
Non-Divers
– 20 %
Snorkellers
– 20 %

 

Prices Include Prices Do Not Include
Transfers to and from your accommodation Alcohol & Soft drinks
Towels Marine National Park Fees
Freshly cooked buffet meals Diving courses
Snacks, fruits, drinking water, coffee, tea Rental equipment
Tanks, torches, weights  
Divemaster service  
   
National Marine Park Fees
400 Thai Baht Entry plus 200 Thai Baht a day, per diver
 

Equipment Rental

Full set of equipment per day

750 Thai Baht

 

 

East Of Eden

Located in southeast of island number 7, East of Eden is by far the most widely famous dive site across the Similan Islands. In the southern area of the site one finds a deep pinnacle which starts at 24 meters and ends somewhere around 12 meters.

Detailed Map Of The East Of Eden Divesite In The Similan Islands 1 2 3This is beautifully covered in massive Table Corals, Feather Star Worms of all colours, Sea Fans of all sizes and Anemones gently dancing to the rhythm of the waters of the site, all attracting a wealth of marine life.

East Of Eden is an ecosystem in its own right! You will find that it is the most filmed and photographed dive site in the world.

As your liveaboard diving cruise takes you into this area, you may catch your self wondering which other dive site can top this one. Not to worry, there are many wonders to be found in many other areas of the Similan Islands, promptly visited by our liveaboards. For now, just relax and enjoy the diversity of aquatic life living within the underwater walls somewhere East Of Eden.

Currents in this dive site are always gentle and run from the north to the south of the site. You can dive here quite comfortably.

 

East Of Eden Dive Site Details

East Of Eden - Liveaboard Diving Adventures - Ghost Pipe Fish
Recommended live aboard diver certification: Open Water

Maximum depth: 35 meters

Visibility: 20+ meters

Temperature: 27+ degrees

Divesite marine life: Purple Fire Goby, Dart Goby and Garden Eels can be found at the sandy bottom of the site. In the morning one also finds Leopard Sharks as well. A wide variety of tropical fish can be seen as you drift upwards to more shallow areas, along with Octupus, Banded Sea Snakes, Hawksbill and further up Green Turtles. On the southern edge of the site you will find the Bommie attracting an surprising wealth of aquatic life. Smaller creatures include Ornate Ghost Pipe Fish and Nudibranches.

 

More Similan Island Dive Sites

MV Scuba Cat Boat Specifications & Technical Information

General Information Accommodation
Length 30 meters

Maximum 20 divers
Beam 7 meters 10 clean & spacious cabins
Steel Vesel designed specifically for diving Twin share with upper and lower berths
Catamaran hulls providing maximum stability and the largest possible deck space Individual reading lights
High ceilings & Proper staircases Bed fan
Huge dive deck and low level platform Lockable strong box
Safety equipment Family room available on request
Full first aid equipment Cabin windows for natural lighting
DAN emergency oxygen kit with demand valve and a large oxygen supply tank Wash Rooms (newly refurbished in 2008)
Life vests for every person on board 3 guest toilet / shower combination
Cellular telephone for direct contact with shore and DAN 1 staff toilet / shower combination
Reliability 1 toilet on dive deck
Double redundancy built in through dual systems for all major mechanical components 2 showers on dive deck
Entertainment NITROX
Stereo, TV, Video Available on board

 

Boat Layout MV Scuba Cat Liveaboard

 

 

1 – Salon
2 – Galley
3 – Storage Equipment
4 – Crew Cabin
5 – Engine & Compressor
6 – Shower / Toilet
7 – Diving Platform
8 – Guest Cabin
9 – Sun Deck

 

 

SY Nakamal Prices

CHARTER PRICES 2010
Sailing Live Aboard Crewed Cruises from Thailand to Malaysia
Thailand, Malaysia
1 Dec – 18 Dec 
19 Dec – 8 Jan 
9 Jan – 28 Feb 
1 Mar – 30 Nov
1 – 2 guests
€ 480
€ 880
€ 580
€ 380
3 – 4 guests
€ 590
€ 880
€ 690
€ 490
5 – 6 guests
€ 600
€ 990
€ 800
€ 600
Discount: 14 days booking -> 10% discount off the standard charter price
 
Sailing Live Aboard Crewed Cruises from Thailand to Burma (Myanmar) Mergui Archipelago
Burma (Myanmar) Mergui Archipelago
1 Dec – 18 Dec 
19 Dec – 8 Jan
9 Jan. – 30 April
1 – 2 Guests
€ 710
€ 980
€ 710
3 – 4 Guests
€ 840
€ 1120
€ 840
Plus Burma entry fee $ 200.- bis 250.- per person depending on length of stay
 
Sailing Live Aboard Crewed Cruises to The Andaman Islands (January – April)
16 Days Phuket – Andaman Islands – Phuket
The Andaman Islands (Indian Territory)
19 Dec – 8 Jan
9 Jan. – 30 April
1 – 2 Guests
€ 880
€ 580
3 – 4 Guests
€ 880
€ 690
These prices exclude your entry Visa

 

 

SY Ruby Prices

CHARTER PRICES 2010
Sailing Live Aboard Crewed Cruises Burma (Myanmar) Mergui Archipelago
Burma (Myanmar) Mergui Archipelago
Nov
Dec – Feb
22 Dec – 8 Jan
Mar – 15 May
16 May – Oct
2 – 4 Guests
€ 1365
€ 1575
€ 1730
€ 1365
N/A
5 – 8 Guests
€ 1495
€ 1705
€ 1860
€ 1495
N/A
 
Sailing Live Aboard Crewed Cruises to The Andaman Sea and Malaysia
The Andaman Sea & Malaysia
Nov
Dec – Feb
22 Dec – 8 Jan
Mar – 15 May
16 May – Oct
1 – 2 Guests
€ 920
€ 960
€ 1160
€ 920
€ 840
3 – 4 Guests
€ 1060
€ 1060
€ 1350
€ 1060
€ 920
5 – 6 Guests
€ 1260
€ 1350
€ 1450
€ 1260
€ 1160
7 – 8 Guests
€ 1360
€ 1420
€ 1550
€ 1360
€ 1160
9 -10 Guests
€ 1450
€ 1510
€ 1640
€ 1450
€ 1250
 
Discount:  8 Days booking: 5%,  14 days booking: 8%,  21 days booking: 10%
Prices Include Prices Do Not Include
24 hour sole use of the yacht Airline flights, transfers or hotels 
Services of Captain & Chef / Hostess  Holiday and medical insurance 
Running cost of yacht (fuel & berthing) Rental vehicles or water taxis 
3 main meals each day & snacks  Meals or drinks in restaurants
Coffee, tea & iced water  National Park fees, where applicable 
Snorkeling & fishing gear  Soft drinks and alcoholic drinks 
Linen & bath towels
No sharing with other groups  
   
Optional Extras Price Description
Scuba diving € 40 per dive / per person Including tanks, weights, divemaster and on-board dive compressor.
Dive equipment Inclusive BCD, Regulator, Wetsuit, Mask, Snorkel, Fins
Kayaks 15 per kayak / per day  2 person kayaks

 

 

SY Ruby Schedule

SY Ruby charter yacht Thailand

 

SY Ruby is a yacht charter and as such does not have particular schedules.

To book this luxurious crewed yacht charter for your scuba diving adventures contact us at Island Cruises. We offer the best live aboard diving packages in Thailand.