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Thailand Liveaboards

1.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews.
Kathu, Phuket Town & Central

Phuket Liveaboards – Diving the Similans, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Hin daeng, Hin Muang and Phi Phi with liveaboards from Phuket or Khao Lak

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ThailandLiveaboards.com was set up by Paul and Sopa Flaxman and we work in partnership with Ingo, Diego and the gang at EasyDayThailand (ED1).

EasyDay specialise in all the other stuff that you can do when you aren’t diving. So if you need help with airport transfers, hotels, tours etc just let us know.

Similan liveaboards, Richelieu Rock Diving, Phuket dives, Khao Lak diving, PADI Courses

Liveaboards, daytrip diving and courses for Phuket, Khao Lak, Phi Phi, the Similan Islands and Hin Daeng.

We ask for just 10% deposit to confirm your booking.

We offer discounts for early bookings and for group bookings.

We also offer daytip diving, PADI dive courses, snorkeling and much more.

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  1. Spent 4 days on the MV Peter Pan, a liveaboard, the first week of January 2015. Parts of the trip were terrible (-5) and other parts were great… hence the 1 score. First the terrible – was assigned to the basement level – a windowless corridor below the waterline accessed by a grungy circular stairway around where the garbage was stored. My room (VIP 101 – seriously!) smelled like a diesel oil spill and thought the fumes would kill me. Ended up taking my bedding and sleeping on the roof deck – thankfully it did not rain.
    Bad enough being “gassed” but when mentioned to Dive Director (Gordo) he said “no one else has complained before”. Brought down fellow divers to check out the room and they all agreed it was not a safe place to sleep. Asked the director to come down to the room and now he admits he brought it up to the owners and they are the only ones who can fix it. What was really discouraging was not once would he actually come down to check the room out himself nor do anything to help improve the situation. He cared so little about the welfare of his passengers – he just ignored the problem. Unfortunately this man ignored a lot of issues but this was the most serious one (i.e. nitrox, equipment problems, etc.).
    On the positive side (yes, there were some good things) here are a few highlights:
    1. The Thai crew were wonderful and very helpful
    2. The cook did an amazing job feeding 20+ people especially given that his work area was not much larger than 2 phone booths
    3. The dive sites (particularly Richelieu Rock) were great
    4. Our group’s dive master (Neil) did a great job
    This is not a 5-star ship – it is not a 3-star ship. But if you can avoid the “dungeon” (basement level) and Gordo the Dive Director, who really does not care and lacks people skills of any kind, this may be a good “budget” boat to consider. If you can avoid the terrible parts this ship, it may be worth pursuing.

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