NEW MARINE PARK RULES LIMITS DIVERS TO 525 PER DAY. BOOK NOW AND SECURE YOUR PLACE ON-BOARD! THE MANTA QUEEN FLEET HOLDS ALL NECESSARY PERMITS TO DIVE AT SIMILAN ISLANDS AND RICHELIEU ROCK, 100 % GUARANTEE!
Manta Queen 5 is running a 4 days & 4 nights trip to Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock and Boonsung Wreck.
Manta Queen 5 accommodates 20 guests in comfortable air conditioned shared twin bed bunk cabins.
Our liveaboard vessel is 23 meters long and 5 meters wide wooden hull built boat that is manned with 5 dive staff and 6 boat crew.
There is plenty of space to enjoy the time in between dives in the sundeck, open dining and relax areas.
All meals on board are served buffet style freshly cooked from the on board kitchen. Snacks and fruits are served in between dives. The dinghy gives you the opportunity to spend some time on the beautiful beaches.
Nitrox is also available onboard as well as Nitrox courses (EANx) and a wide range of PADI Courses i.e. Open Water Course, Advanced Open Water Course, Deep Speciality and many more.
15 world class dives at Thailand´s premier dive destination.
DIVE - EAT - SLEEP – REPEAT
AIR CON TWIN BED
NON-EN SUITE CABIN
19900 ฿ +7% VAT
1800 ฿ National Marine Park Fee to be paid in cash only at the check in
SPECIAL DEALS on MQ5!
TWIN BED NON ENSUITE 16,915 ฿ + 7% VAT (1,184 ฿)
All trips: + PARK FEE 1800 Thb
- The cabin space you have booked
- Professional, PADI certified dive guides or instructors
- Small dive groups of 4 divers
- Drinking water, coffee, tea and hot or cold drinking chocolate
- Breakfast, lunch, light snacks, fresh fruit and dinner
- Free Wi-Fi Hot-Spot access (some of the days you might not have any signal)
- Free transfer in Khao Lak area only
- 12-liter, aluminum diving tank
- Full foot fins, mask and snorkel
- Weight belt and weights (0.850 kg / 2 lb. each)
- Torch for night dive
- Towel and Shower Gel
WHAT'S EXCLUDED: OPTIONAL ITEMS
- “Optional Item” prices do Not include 7% VAT
- Full set equipment rental 1,600 THB/Trip (BCD, REG, 3mm Shorty W/S, Fins, Mask, Snorkel)
- BCD rental 150 THB per day - (600 THB/Trip)
- Regulator rental 150 THB per day - (600 THB/Trip)
- Short wetsuit rental 100 THB per day - (400 THB/Trip)
- Dive computer 250 THB per day - (1,000 THB/Trip)
- Prescription mask 200 THB per day - (800 THB/Trip)
- Full Length 3 mm wetsuit 200 THB per day - (800 THB/Trip)
- Diving Insurance 250 THB per day - (1,000 THB/Trip)
- Private Instructor 8,000 THB/Trip
- EAN (Nitrox) 32% tank 150 THB per dive – (2,250 THB/Trip)
- 15-liter tanks, 2,250 THB/Trip (can only rent for all dives)
- Soft drinks onboard 40 THB per unit - (cash THB, no VAT)
- Beer onboard 70 THB per unit - (cash THB, no VAT)
- Shared transfer from Phuket – Khao Lak on the day of departure and return 300 THB/person one way (600 THB/person round trip)
Richelieu Rock (called in Thai Hin Plo Naam) is a dive site in the Andaman Sea near the Surin Islands. It is part of the Mu Koh Surin National Marine Park although being about 18 km east of Surin Island. The most famous dive sites of Thailand, Richelieu Rock is an isolated diving pinnacle to the east of the Surin Islands. The site is marked by the top with a pinnacle which is 1 metre above the sea level during low tide, and disappears underwater during high tide.READ MORE
A solitary island located 20 km north of Koh Bon within the tour of all Manta Queen Diving Boats and Live aboards cruising along the Similan diving Sites, Koh Tachai has magnificent white sandy Thailand Scuba & Snorkel beaches with two interesting Thailand dive sites, Southern Thailand diving Pinnacles and Scuba diving Thailand Eastern Reef. Thailand diving Koh Tachai Pinnacle or Twin Peaks, are a pair of submerged Thailand diving pinnacles located 500 metres south of Koh Tachai and are marked by a couple of buoys in the National Marine Park Similan Islands and Surin Island.READ MORE
KOH BON WEST RIDGE
Koh Bon Thailand is a granite islet situated some distance to the northwest of the Similan Islands, however it is still considered to be part of the Similan National Marine Park. A favourite dive site is the western ridge of the islet two hours away from the Similan Islands, which falls steeply away to the deep. Our Manta Queen fleet usually park in a bay located south of the ridge, where they have maximum protection against wind and strong waves.READ MORE
ELEPHANT HEAD ROCK
If you’ve ever heard about the Similan Islands, then it’s certain you’ve heard about this site. Located between Islands 7 and 8, this first thing you will notice before you dive is one massive boulder rising above the surface, and next to it are another three boulders. The site is named for the largest and tallest boulder, which is said to resemble the head of an elephant. You may need to use your imagination as you look.READ MORE
HIN LUANG KOH BON
Located 200 meters north of Koh Bon’s north ridge not far from Similan diving, this impressive deep Thailand pinnacle is worth a Thailand liveaboard dive even if it’s just to stare in awe at the breath taking topography of this Thailand diving underwater mountain.
This is one of the Thailand diving sites where you will be asked to do a negative scuba entry. The top of the diving pinnacle starts at 18m, so during the diving descent you are completely exposed to the currents.READ MORE
This is definitely a dive site to bring your camera! With the maze of granite boulders and swim-throughs photos really capture the beauty of this site.
Ribbon eels and Orange-spotted Pipefish can be seen around the edge of this dive site as well as Napoléon Wrass and the occasional Eagle Ray. Anemones with Porcelain Crabs inhabit the crevasses and Nudibranches galore can be seen crawling over the boulders.
Similan Liveaboard North Point also known as Similan scuba diving Rocky Point is a Thailand liveaboard dive site comprising submerged rocks located to the northeast of similan island 9 and north of similan island Breakfast Bend. Marked by a diving buoy one kilometre north of the similan liveaboard island, the huge boulders are surrounded by large areas of sand. The northern boulders extend to below 35 metres thailand liveaboard diving depth.
WEST OF EDEN
When East of Eden became too crowded divers started to look for other Liveaboard Thailand dive sites in the area, they went to the west side of Koh Pa-Yu (Island 7) and discovered that the Garden of Eden does not only face east.
Like other western Thailand Liveaboard PADI dive sites in the Similan Islands, West of Eden basically comprises giant granite boulders that create nice canyons, with walls covered with colourful soft corals and giant sea fans.READ MORE
EAST OF EDEN
Thailand diving site East of Eden (called Ruan Gluay-Mai in Thaiand) East of Koh Pa-Yu (Similan Island diving number 7), the East of Eden Similan dive site runs from North to South and is an ideal scuba similan live aboard dive site for reef diving in Thailand.
The reef slope ranges from 5 to 40 metres. In the north of the Similan diving Island, there is a cluster of staghorn coral and blue coral punctuated by sparse rocks for Thailand Liveaboard Trips. In the middle of the site, you will find mostly sand and scattered fire corals.READ MORE
Similan Island liveaboard diving Anita's Reef (Hin Muan Deaw) spreads betwen between two Thailand liveaboard islands, Similan #5 and Similan #6 which are two of the smaller liveaboard islands adjacent to one another. The scubareef starts from the east of Similan island 6 and runs to the south of Similan island 5. The reef slope from the reef flat at five to ten metres to the sandy bottom at a maximum of 26 to 28 metres. Shallow Thailand liveaboard coral gardens comprise huge pore and staghorn corals with small pinnacles.READ MORE
BOON SUNG WRECK
Sunk in 1985, this tin dragger went down in 20 meters of water, after somebody flushed the toilet and the water started rushing in and did not stop!
Over several years, it became colonized by thousands upon thousands of fish, glad to be lucky enough to have to an artificial reef in a vast expanse of sand. When the tsunami hit in 2004, it broke the structure into four main pieces, making it ever more interesting.READ MORE
THE FOOD ONBOARD
We pride ourselves to offer the best tasting Thai cuisine on board our complete fleet. We offer a variety of Western dishes too during your cruise. We are able to cater to Vegetarians, Vegans and on all our boats we banned the use of Monosodium Glutamate. If you are allergic to Nuts or other food ingredients please tell us during your check-in at Khao Lak Scuba Adventures. For more information or special requirements, please contact us.
04.00 PM - Check in start
06.00 PM - Departure to the pier
06.30 PM - General boat briefing
06.45 PM - Cabin allocation
07.15 PM - Equipment set up
07.45 PM - Light on-board dinner
07.00 AM - Wake up call
07.30 AM - Safety/Dive Briefing
07.45 AM - Dive briefing #1 “Similan Islands”
09.00 AM - Breakfast
11.30 AM - Dive briefing #2 “Similan Islands“
01.00 PM - Lunch
03.30 PM - Dive briefing #3 “Similan Islands”
05.00 PM - Snacks
06.15 PM - Dive briefing #4 “Night Dive – Similan Islands”
08.00 PM - Dinner
06.00 AM - Wake up call
06.30 AM - Dive briefing #5 “Similan Islands”
08.00 AM - Breakfast
10.30 AM - Dive briefing #6 "Similan Islands or Koh Bon, West Ridge"
12.15 PM - Lunch
01.45 PM - Dive briefing #7 "Koh Bon, West Ridge or Tachai Pinnacle"
03.30 PM - Snacks
05.30 PM - Dive briefing #8 "Tachai Pinnacle"
07.30 PM - Dinner
06.00 AM - Wake up call
06.30 AM - Dive briefing #9 "Tachai Pinnacle"
08.00 AM - Breakfast
10.30 AM - Dive briefing #10 "Richelieu Rock"
12.15 PM - Lunch
01.45 PM - Dive briefing #11 "Richelieu Rock"
03.30 PM - Snacks
05.30 PM - Dive briefing #12 "Richelieu Rock"
07.30 PM - Dinner
06:00 AM - Wake up call
06:30 AM - Dive briefing #13 "Koh Bon Pinnacle"
08.00 AM - Breakfast
11.15 AM - Dive briefing #14 "Boonsung wreck"
12.30 PM - Lunch
02.00 PM - Dive briefing #15 "T-13 wreck"
03.15 PM - Departure briefing & Snacks
04.30 PM - Return to the pier
05.00 PM - Transfer to the check out lounge
05:30 PM - Transfer To Your Hotel
You will arrive back to your Phuket hotels approximately between 7 to 8 pm.
Manta Queen 5 Schedule
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|Trip Name||Boat||Departure Date||Arrival Date||Destination|
|MQ5#06 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-07-03||2021-07-05||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#07 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-07-17||2021-07-19||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#08 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-07-24||2021-07-26||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#09 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-07-30||2021-08-01||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5 #09-1 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-08-06||2021-08-08||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#10 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-08-12||2021-08-15||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#11 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-08-20||2021-08-22||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#12 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-08-27||2021-08-30||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#13 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-09-03||2021-09-05||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#14 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-09-10||2021-09-13||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#15 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-09-17||2021-09-19||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#16 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-09-24||2021-09-27||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#17 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-10-01||2021-10-03||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#19 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-10-08||2021-10-10||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#20 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-10-13||2021-10-15||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#22 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-10-22||2021-10-25||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#25 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-11-05||2021-11-07||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#27 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-11-12||2021-11-15||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#28 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-11-19||2021-11-21||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#30 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-11-26||2021-11-29||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#32 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-12-03||2021-12-06||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#34 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-12-10||2021-12-13||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#35 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-12-17||2021-12-19||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#37 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2021-12-24||2021-12-26||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#38 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2021-12-30||2022-01-02||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#40 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-01-07||2022-01-09||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#42 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-01-14||2022-01-17||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#44 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-01-21||2022-01-23||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#46 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-01-28||2022-01-31||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#47 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-02-03||2022-02-06||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#49 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-02-11||2022-02-13||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#50 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-02-14||2022-02-17||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#52 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-02-25||2022-02-27||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#54 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-03-04||2022-03-06||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#56 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-03-11||2022-03-14||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#58 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-03-18||2022-03-20||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#60 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-03-25||2022-03-28||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#62 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-04-01||2022-04-03||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#63 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-04-06||2022-04-09||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#65 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-04-13||2022-04-16||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#67 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-04-22||2022-04-24||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#69 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-04-30||2022-05-03||3D/3N South Trip|
|MQ5#70 2D/2N||Manta Queen 5||2022-05-06||2022-05-08||2D/2N South Trip|
|MQ5#71 3D/3N||Manta Queen 5||2022-05-13||2022-05-16||3D/3N South Trip|