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Dolphin Queen Similans & Burma Liveaboard

M.V. Dolphin Queen Similans & Burma liveaboard offers budget priced trips to both the Similan Islands & Myanmar. The Similans dive site itinerary includes diving at Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, as well as the famous Richelieu Rock.

Similans, Surins, Burma
Prices From 19,800 Thai Baht
Max Guests 22
Four or Six Nights
Nitrox Available
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Dive Site Itinerary 
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Dolphin Queen Similans & Burma liveaboard

Dolphin Queen is one of the cheapest Similan liveaboards in Thailand. Dolphin Queen is a budget Thailand liveaboard which offers excellent value for money.The Dolphin Queen is surprisingly large and spacious. The main deck on Dolphin Queen has two double bed cabins, one twin share bunk bed cabin, and three quad shard (Four person) cabins, with each bed fitted with a personal curtain for a little privacy. The Dolphin Queen liveaboard has a further two double bed cabins on her upper deck. All cabins use shared bathrooms, all have air-conditioning, and all have 220v electrical sockets, so guests can charge their gadgets.

Dolphin Queen Similans liveaboard Phuket

The covered outside dining area is large enough to accommodate all guests even when the boat is full and there is also a sun deck where guests can relax in between dives. Dolphin Queen Thailand liveaboard offers a four-day & four night trip to Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, & the famous Richelieu Rock, where whale sharks can sometimes be spotted cruising up and down the reef. Dolphin Queen also offers a seven day & six night Myanmar liveaboard trip, that includes diving around the Mergui Archipelago as well as Surin dive sites like Richelieu Rock.

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Catering on Dolphin Queen Similans liveaboard is a mixture of both western and Thai food, & special diets can be catered for with advanced warning. There is a TV and DVD player, as well as a sound system, where guests can watch a movie or two, or listen to some music. There is also a library of marine books to help divers identify critters from their dives. Fins, masks, and wetsuits are available to use at no cost, while both BCD’s and regulators are available at 250 THB per item per day. Dolphin Queen departs and returns from the pier just a few minutes from Khao Lak which is about ninety minutes north of Phuket. Transfers are not included, so guests will need to make their own arrangements to meet at the dive centre in Khao Lak. A taxi from Patong in Phuket will cost around 2,500 THB, or there are several buses from about 120 THB. It should also be mentioned that groups are kept small with a maximum of four guests for every professional dive guide.

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Quad Share Cabin
Upper Deck Double Cabin

Dolphin Queen Prices & Itinerary

Please Note: Prices shown below for Dolphin Queen are subject to an additional 7% V.A.T.
Dolphin Queen Burma Prices

7 Days & 6 Nights / 18 Dives
Four Bunk Bed Shared Cabin – 46,000
THB
Twin Bed Cabin Main Deck – 48,000
 THB
Double Bed Cabin Main Deck – 48,000
 THB
Double Bed Cabin Upper Deck – 49,000 THB

*Prices subject to 7% V.A.T.

 

Dolphin Queen Burma Itinerary

Departure Day – Guests should arrive at the dive centre in Khao Lak before 11:00 am. Equipment is checked & guests are taken to clear Thai Immigration, before departing at around 1:00 pm by minibus for the pier. Guests board Dolphin Queen liveaboard at around 2:30 pm & are introduced to the Thai boat crew, Dolphin Queen dive staff & other guests, & are briefed about the boat & allocated their cabins. The first dive could be a wreck dive at the Thai Battleship HTMS Phra Thong, followed by dinner and drinks before departing for an overnight cruise to Myanmar.
Day 2 – At 7:00 am guests pass through Myanmar Immigration & at 9:00 am depart for the Mergui Archipelago. The first dive will be at 1:00 pm, before diving at Western Rocky, also known as Shark Cave at around 3:30 pm. The last dive of the day will be a night dive.
Day 3 – First dive at North Twin Plateau followed by breakfast. Dive at Three Islets, again also known as Shark Cave. There’s time between dives to visit a desert island rumored to be inhabited by cannibals, before another dive at Three Islets, followed by dinner & a night dive.
Day 4 – First dive at Black Rock for a possible encounter with sharks, barracudas & manta rays. The remaining dives will probably all be at Black Rock, including a dusk dive.
Day 5 – Four more dives in Burmese waters, before visiting the Myanmar Andaman Beach Resort for cocktails & maybe a beach party.
Day 6 – Two dives at Fan Forest Pinnacle, Western Rocky, or a similar dive site. After lunch guests may visit a Moken Sea Gypsy village on an amazingly beautiful island for some