Our Day Trips all around Phuket
You always wanted to see sharks….turtles…huge schools of fish…mantis shrimps…great wrecks…sea horses..fantastic surroundings….. ?
We have it all on offer for you ! We will go to the best and most fantastic dive sites all around Phuket with our most comfortable Diveboats – developed and built from divers for divers.
Step aboard the “MV Excalibur II” and prepare to explore lavish drop-offs, caves, wrecks and extensive rock formations; all hosting a rich and varied assortment of coral and fish.
This beautiful 23m daytrip boat offers you an unforgettable day of diving while servicing our two main priorities: your safety and enjoyment.
On the lower deck you’ll find two equipment rooms. In the first you can safely store and dry your own equipment. On the expansive dive deck, each diver has their own area, complete with two filled tanks and a storage box for your gear. After diving, you can hang your wetsuit to dry and rinse your equipment with our on-board freshwater tanks.
The “MV Excalibur II” also features two shower cubicles and a western-style toilet with sink. A small flight of stairs up and you’ll find yourself in the first salon, which is furnished with a large storage area for your belongings, power sockets for your torches and two comfortable sofas.
Our cook will delight you with her fabulous Thai cuisine. Every day in the galley she prepares a delicious breakfast and lunch – always fresh, healthy and richly flavoured with local tastes.
Please enquire for our schedule and prices here
Please take into account that there is a 800 Baht tranfer fee per person from Nai Yang. The National Park Fee for Phi Phi Island is now 600 Baht for divers and 400 baht for non-divers.
What can you expect from these divesites?
King Cruiser: This once proud ferry sank in May 1997 and has many areas to explore including the car deck and captains cabin!The King Cruiser is a modern day ship wreck. Sunk on the 4th of May 1997, the wreck is now home to cuttlefish, crabs and barracudas; which you can spy while investigating the sun deck, dining room and captain’s cabin.
Racha Yai: Racha Yai Island hosts a variety of dive spots which contain an abundance of wildlife throughout the sandy bays, rocky outcrops and small drop offs.Racha Yai is the largest of the Racha Islands and plays host to a number of dive sites. A wide selection of hard and soft coral are found throughout as well as a vast variety of fish. In the deeper areas, Garden Eels and Blue Spotted Stingrays can be seen playing in the sand and with the occasional larger pelagics making an appearance.
Phi Phi Island: An exotic dream come true ! These islands have it all: caves, night diving and excellent marine life for you to discover. Phi Phi is a collection of impressive limestone islands. The area is perfect for cave diving as a wealth of underwater life come for shelter and the dive sites offer you a good chance of spotting juvenile sharks as well as turtles. A wonderful opportunity to enjoy the surface and underwater landscapes at their best.
Anemon Reef: A beautiful reef that rises close to the surface, covered with hundreds of clownfish and, as its name implies, anemones. Anemone Reef is a craggy rock formation that’s home to countless anemones and vibrant soft corals. A myriad of tropical fish can be seen, with one highlight being a gathering of lionfish.
Racha Noi: An uninhabited tropical paradise with excellent dive sites for both experienced and new divers.Racha Noi (the smaller of the Racha islands) is an uninhabited tropical island. The island has excellent dive sites for experienced divers and shallow bays for new divers and snorkelers. The bays host beautiful hard corals and a variety of marine life with vibrant and colourful reef fish. The dive sites reflect the scenery of the Similan Islands, with their large granite boulders covered in soft corals and feather stars, surrounded by an abundance of diverse marine life. Racha Noi offers almost limitless variety and the odd pleasant surprise if you spot one of the larger visitors to the islands, which could be stingrays or, their larger cousins, the Manta Rays as well as everyone’s favourite, Whale Sharks.
Sharkpoint : Three towering pinnacles that invite serious exploration and which are home to a multitude of marine life. Shark Point is an absolute must for anyone diving in Phuket. Here, three reefs play host to one of the most diverse and spectacular collections of marine life. The site offers such diversity as soft corals, sponges, gorgonian fans and anemones as well as the occasional resting Leopard Shark. Above them, sea snakes, barracudas, squid and cuttlefish gather can be spotted. It’s all in the observation!
Super Sunday: Sundays we will take you out for one dive at Shark Point, two dives at Phi Phi Island and one Nighdive as well. Of course we will also serve dinner on that day.