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One of the largest liveaboards cruising the Similan Islands. Catering and accommodating 33 guests on 2, 4 or 5-night trips. Oktavia's design means she cuts through the sea making her very stable increasing comfort and enjoyable travelling.

MV Oktavia is one of the largest ships that explores the Similan Islands. So when we say “ours is bigger than yours” we really mean it! She is built to hold up to 33 guests but we usually limit our capacity to around 20 people. This leaves you plenty of room to relax and enjoy your time between dives.

At 30 meters in length and 6.5m wide, MV Oktavia cuts smoothly through the sea making her a very stable. Our amazing Captain Chow will provide you with relaxed sailing between the dive sites on our Similan Islands liveaboard. There is a sundeck for those who want to soak up a few rays on the top deck of the boat. Or use it to watch the stars twinkle in the night sky after sunset. At the front of the boat is a seating area with arguably the best views on the boat. This is a favourite place for all to enjoy and chat about your days diving and the sun goes down.

The main deck is where many people choose to relax with a good book or hang out between dives. It’s also our main area for all the dive briefing presentations and where we serve our delicious buffet breakfast, lunch, and dinner – not forgetting the countless snacks our wonderful cooks prepare in between!

Heading down a deck you will find the dive deck where all your equipment is stored. It is also here you will be jumping in and out of the water from during your Similan Islands liveaboard. In front of the dive deck is the galley, where the food is cooked, followed by our Blue Ocean Cabins and accompanying bathrooms.

Master Double

Two Master Cabins with private bathrooms. The Master Cabins are fitted with an en-suite shower, toilet and sink plus an LCD TV, DVD player, a sitting area with two large seats, a double bed and a writing desk for updating your log books or simply to write postcards in between dives.

  • Double Bed
  • En-suite
  • TV/DVD player
  • Seating area
  • Writing desk

Standard Cabin

Our Blue Ocean Standard Cabins are fitted with an open cupboard to store your belongings, air conditioning and a fan to keep you cool, plus a choice of either a double bed or two single bunks with pillows and a blanket. There are four toilets with fresh water hot showers that are shared between the Standard Cabins.

  • Double or Twin beds
  • Air conditioning
  • Shared Bathroom
  • Cupboard
  • Fan

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Water Temperature

Route Options

5 Days/5 Nights – 19 Dives
Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock

Pick up times: Phuket 13:00(pm)-16:30(pm). Khao Lak 15:45(pm)-17:15(pm).
Arrive at Thab lamu Pier and board MV Oktavia for departure time of 18:30(pm).
Overnight cruise to Similan Island 4. Whilst En-route: Introduction & boat tour, safety briefing, equipment check and dinner.

Day 1

08:00: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Hideaway Bay.
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – West Of Eden.
14:15: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Deep Six.
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Princess Bay (Sunset/Night Dive)

Day 2 – 2 Day/2 Night Guests Return to Khao Lak

07:30: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Elephant Head/Monkey Face Rock.
10:30: Dive/Snorkel 2 – North Point.
13:30: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Three Trees.
15:00: 2 Day/2 Night Guests depart via transfer boat to Thab lamu. Arrive between 17:00-18:00 for Transfers back to Phuket/Khao Lak hotels.
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Turtle Rock/Donald Duck Bay (Sunset/Night Dive)


Day 3 – 3 Day/2 Night Guests Departure

07:15: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Christmas Point.
3 Day/2 Night Guests Depart Khao Lak. Pick-up time from Khao Lak between 07:00(am)-07:30(am). Depart the pier on-board transfer boat at 08:00(am), arriving to meet MV Oktavia between 10:00(am)-11:00(am).
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Koh Bon.
14:15: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Koh Bon.
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Koh Tachai (Sunset/Night Dive)

Day 4

07:00: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Richelieu Rock.
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Richelieu Rock.
14:00: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Richelieu Rock/Koh Tachai
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Koh Tachai (Sunset/Night Dive)

Similans Liveaboard Cruise Route
Day 5 – 5 Day/5 Night & 3 Day/2 Night Guests Return

07:15: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Koh Tachai
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Koh Bon
14:15: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Boon Sung Wreck
17:00-18:00: Arrive at Thab lamu Pier. Transfers waiting to Phuket/Khao Lak hotels.

4 Days/4 Nights – 12 Snorkels
Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock

Pick up times: Phuket 13:00(pm)-16:30(pm). Khao Lak 15:45(pm)-17:15(pm).
Arrive at Thab lamu Pier and board MV Oktavia for departure time of 18:30(pm).
Overnight cruise to Similan Island 4. Whilst En-route: Introduction & boat tour, safety briefing, equipment check and dinner.

Day 1 AM: Hideaway Bay, West Of Eden, Deep Six, Princess Bay
PM: Elephant Head/Monkey Face Rock, North Point, Three Trees, Turtle Rock/Donald Duck Bay (Sunset/Night Dive)

Day 2
07:15: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Christmas Point.
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Koh Bon.
14:15: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Koh Bon.
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Koh Tachai (Sunset/Night Dive)

Day 3
07:00: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Richelieu Rock.
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Richelieu Rock.
14:00: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Richelieu Rock/Koh Tachai
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Koh Tachai (Sunset/Night Dive)

Day 4
07:15: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Koh Tachai
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Koh Bon
14:15: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Boon Sung Wreck
17:00-18:00: Arrive at Thab lamu Pier. Transfers waiting to Phuket/Khao Lak hotels.

3 Days/2 Nights – 8 Snorkels – Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock

Depart Khao Lak. Pick-up time from Khao Lak between 07:00(am)-07:30(am). Depart the pier on-board transfer boat at 08:00(am), arriving to meet MV Oktavia between 10:00(am)-11:00(am).

Day 1
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Koh Bon.
14:15: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Koh Bon.
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Koh Tachai (Sunset/Night Dive)

Day 2

07:00: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Richelieu Rock.
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Richelieu Rock.
14:00: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Richelieu Rock/Koh Tachai
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Koh Tachai (Sunset/Night Dive)

Day 3

07:15: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Koh Tachai
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – Koh Bon
14:15: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Boon Sung Wreck
17:00-18:00: Arrive at Thab lamu Pier. Transfers waiting to Phuket/Khao Lak hotels.

2 Days/2 Nights – 6 Snorkels – Similan Islands

Pick up times: Phuket 13:00(pm)-16:30(pm). Khao Lak 15:45(pm)-17:15(pm).
Arrive at Thab lamu Pier and board MV Oktavia for departure time of 18:30(pm).
Overnight cruise to Similan Island 4. Whilst En-route: Introduction & boat tour, safety briefing, equipment check and dinner.

Day 1
08:00: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Hideaway Bay.
11:00: Dive/Snorkel 2 – West Of Eden.
14:15: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Deep Six.
17:45/18:30: Dive 4 – Princess Bay (Sunset/Night Dive)

Day 2 – Return to Khao Lak
07:30: Dive/Snorkel 1 – Elephant Head/Monkey Face Rock.
10:30: Dive/Snorkel 2 – North Point.
13:30: Dive/Snorkel 3 – Three Trees.
15:00: Depart via transfer boat to Thab lamu. Arrive between 17:00-18:00 for Transfers back to Phuket/Khao Lak hotels.

Vessel Details

Year Built 2003, renovated 2007
Length 30m
Beam 6.5
Cruising speed 8-10 knots
Engines 2 X NISSAN DIESEL - 10 CYLINDER - 420HP
Number of cabins 11
Fuel Capacity 7500 liters
Safety & Communication Break glass hammers in every room in case other exits are blocked.
Safety & Communication Emergency life rafts for more people than we take on board and life jackets of all sizes from kiddies through to large adults.
Safety & Communication Smoke alarms throughout the boat as well fire extinguishers as well as a water alarm on the lower deck.
Safety & Communication The dive deck is monitored 24 hours per day with CCTV in the captain’s bridge.
Safety & Communication Anti-slip mats in the bathrooms and deck areas.
Safety & Communication Emergency oxygen tanks.
Safety & Communication GPS and sonar equipment (although your captain has more than a decade of experience in the Andaman Sea).
Equipmental Rental Diving equipment (Mask, Snorkel, Fins, Belts, Weights etc..)
Full Set (BCD, Regulator suit, Torch) 600 THB/DAY
Individual:
BCD = 200 THB
Regulator = 200 THB
Wetsuit = 100 THB
Torch = 100 THB
Dive Computer 250 THB/DAY
15 litre tank 400 THB/DAY

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Richelieu Rock

Khao Lak, Thailand

Richelieu Rock is one of the best places in the world to dive with whale sharks and is easily the best site in Thailand diving for this amazing activity. Here divers will encounter the largest fish in the ocean which are rare almost everywhere in the world. With nothing else for miles around, the whale sharks are attracted to the rock to feed on the rich plank tonic blooms that occur here.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Koh Tachai

Khao Lak, Thailand

Koh Tachai is located in Tachai Island and lies about halfway between the Surin and Similan Islands and is rated as one of the best sites for Thailand scuba liveaboards as it's normally visited on the way to Richelieu Rock from the Similans. There are several dive sites around the island but the most famous is Koh Tachai Plateau which lies southeast of the island, about one kilometre offshore. The plateau is a submerged crowned reef of hard sheet corals, and scattered boulders. These boulders provide great swim-throughs and cut-through opportunities.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Koh Bon

Khao Lak, Thailand

This dive site is one of the best places in Thailand to see manta rays, especially from April to May.
Koh Bon Island lies an hour or so north of the Similan Islands. It has a 33 metre wall on its south side, facing a small cove, with a stepped edge pointing west and down to over 40m.

Here divers will have the opportunity to see leopard sharks, white tip sharks; soft corals the colours of turquoise, yellow and green dominate. If you listen carefully you'll hear the warning clicks of hundreds of nervous damselfish, and the coral crunching of hungry titan triggerfish.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Christmas Point -Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

This is one of the most colourful, scenic and often exciting dive sites in the Similan Islands. The dive begins at Christmas Point by heading down a mooring to a sand-rubble bottom at a depth of about 20 metres, then heading deeper to the southwest where divers will find several giant arches and some of the best swim through in the Similans. The rock walls are highlighted by radiant soft corals and the sea fans can be very large here. Here divers will have the opportunity to see ribbon eels and fire gobies, and check the sand plains beyond the arches for white tip or leopard sharks.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Drift Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

North Point - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The North Point is situated off its north coast of the Similians and has large granite boulder pinnacles. These boulders are lying on 35 metres and rise to ten metres, forming swim-through and gullies between the rocks. In the shallows closer to Similan Island 9, between eight and fourteen metres, there are enormous flat plains of cauliflower leaf corals and stubbly finger corals, green turtles and black and white banded sea snakes.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Donald Duck Bay - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Donald Duck Bay is named after a rock on the north side of the bay that resembles the cartoon character not the most prominent large boulder that balances precariously at a seemingly impossible angle. This dive site on the North West corner is the most popular mooring spot for day trippers and Similan Islands liveaboards alike. Here divers will have the opportunity to see molluscs, gastropods, crustaceans, cephalopods, huge bull crabs, red octopus, cuttlefish, all hunting for scraps and morsels. The most interesting section of the dive site is the boulders running out of the bay on the northern edge. These form several swim-through, and house emporer shrimps, red round crabs, decorator crabs, triton shells and cone shells.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 20m

Elephant Rock - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The site is named after an unusually shaped rock that juts out of the water just southwest of Koh Similan. The huge boulders that form Elephant Head Rock create daring swim-through, arches, caverns, gullies and tunnels. Here divers will have the opportunity to see fronds, colonies of spiders crabs, large black egg cowries, cuttlefish and mantis shrimps as you sink further down to entrance floor.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 45m

Deep Six - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

This is another deep dive following a ridge on the north side of the island that features finger table corals, feather stars and large knotted fans in its deeper sections.

Green turtles, white tip reef sharks and leopard sharks can be found on the sand. The marine life that divers will encounter here are tuna, rainbow runners, yellowtail barracuda, blue fin trevally and yellow spot and Java rabbit fish, with lots of blue-spotted sting rays.

  • Min Dives: 50
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Experienced Diver - 50 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 50m

Hideaway Bay - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Hideaway Bay is located off the southern point of island number 5, Hideaway is sometimes known as Barracuda Point.

Here divers will find some very Spartan, isolated sunken boulders on the sandy sea bed. Other marine life include a few dark green branching cup corals, clinging grimly to the boulder surfaces, and the occasional burst of action as a blue-spot stingray sparks into life or a black tip shark is disturbed and darts away. Most of the colour available here is provided by the solitary clown triggerfish, exploring the rocks.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m

Anita's Reef

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Thai name for this spectacular rock is “Hin Muan Deaw” and is the best way to describe how beautiful this rock really is, as it directly translates to “Whole roll (of film) rock”, as one can use an entire roll film solely on this rock. Shallow coral gardens comprise huge pore and staghorn corals with small pinnacles. A big outcrop located on the southeast makes this dive site unique and attracts many photographers. Colorful soft corals, gigantic sea fans, and many species of hard corals surround this fantastic rock.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

West of Eden

Khao Lak, Thailand

West of Eden basically comprises giant granite boulders that create nice canyons, with walls covered with colorful soft corals and giant sea fans. Some areas are characterized by rubble and sand slopes. The shallows are home to many reef fishes, and have stacked granite boulders covered with hard corals, soft corals, gorgonians and feather stars. This area is a nice place to look for macro subjects like nudibranchs and frogfish. Keep an eye out for cleaner pipefish and many banded pipefish in small crevices, as well as long-nose hawkfish perched in black coral bushes. The rubble and sand slope are good place to search for ribbon eels, dragonets and red fire gobies. Back at the reef, moray eels are quite common, as well as turtles and schools of angelfish. Occasionally, whitetip reef sharks cruise by.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Boonsung Wreck

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Boonsung Wreck is often described as ‘Fish Soup’. The density of marine life here is often better than most dive sites in the Similan Islands. An old tin mining vessel, surrounded by sand for miles in every direction, provides the perfect protection for thousands of juvenile fish. The schools of fish are huge and the variety of Macro life is one of the best in Thailand. This is a real divers dive site and part of a fascinating history of Tin mining in the Phuket and Khao Lak area.

The Boonsung Wreck is located about 5km West of Bangsak beach, to the North of Khao Lak. Visibility is typically not as good as the Similan islands. However, the huge variety of marine life makes it well worth seeing. It is a regular final stop on many Similan Liveaboards, although it is technically not part of the Similan islands. The Boonsung wreck also makes for an excellent and speedy day trip by longtail. The Boonsung Wreck is the best value dive around Khao Lak.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 19m

Three Trees

Khao Lak, Thailand

This dive site on Island 9 consists of two sections and is ideal for any dive of the day. The fringing reef starts at 5m and slopes to 20m with a mixture of healthy hard corals. This is the home of many different types of marine life such as Moray, Octopus, Mantis shrimp and Lobster. This site is also a great feeding ground for Hawksbill Turtles.

If you choose to leave the reef and head to the outer boulders have a look on the sand for Khul’s stingrays and Jaw fish.

Leopard sharks can occasionally be spotted among the boulders starting at 22m. The deep boulders are covered in amazing fan corals and thousands of glass fish, it´s an amazing macro point with pygmy pipehorses around, and take look over the top of the deepest boulder where it drops off at 26m to about 35m - the occassional Guitar Shark has been seen here too!

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Honeymoon Bay

Khao Lak, Thailand

Honeymoon Bay leads off from Haad Lek (small beach) on Island Four. This reef is great for snorkelers and we often use it for the first swim of our 5 day cruise. Typically we’ll hitch a ride on our dedicated taxi (the dinghy) from Anita’s Reef and drop into the water just off the beach. As you swim south from the beach the sandy bottom develops into swathes of staghorn coral.

Pore corals fill-in the open patches along with larger rock formations. Visibility is usually very good here, so you have the opportunity of swimming as swallow or as deep as you like. The gentle sloping reef ensures everyone can stay within their comfort limits as they familiarize themselves with the water and their equipment.

A great place to find many of the smaller reef fish varieties, including everyone’s favourite ‘Nemo’ the Clownfish and his cousins. Moray, octopus, crocodile needle fish and the beautiful angelfish are all common here, and there is even a chance of a turtle every now and then. Honeymoon Bay leads off from Haad Lek (small beach) on Island Four. This reef is great for snorkelers and we often use it for the first swim of our 5 day cruise. Typically we’ll hitch a ride on our dedicated taxi (the dinghy) from Anita’s Reef and drop into the water just off the beach. As you swim south from the beach the sandy bottom develops into swathes of staghorn coral.

Pore corals fill-in the open patches along with larger rock formations. Visibility is usually very good here, so you have the opportunity of swimming as swallow or as deep as you like. The gentle sloping reef ensures everyone can stay within their comfort limits as they familiarize themselves with the water and their equipment.

A great place to find many of the smaller reef fish varieties, including everyone’s favourite ‘Nemo’ the Clownfish and his cousins. Moray, octopus, crocodile needle fish and the beautiful angelfish are all common here, and there is even a chance of a turtle every now and then.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type:
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 26m

Princess Bay

Khao Lak, Thailand

This beautiful bay and beach (Haad Yai) on the North face of Similan Island number four is our favourite site to moor up for the evening after our first day of diving and snorkeling. An afternoon beach trip gives everyone a break from diving and their first taste of the super soft white sands that the islands are so famous for. A nature trail through the island to Honeymoon Bay offers sightings of flying fox bats, Poo Kai (the chicken crab), and, the now rather rare, Nicobar Pigeon.

Protected from any westerly winds, the bay makes an ideal place for sunset and night dives. Excellent for our snorkelers as we’ll be moored up and able to swim directly from off the back of MV Oktavia – a sunset snorkel is a perfect way to end a day!

Kuhl’s stingray, milkfish, lone barracuda, and varying types of moray are common sights here. Night divers will also find lobsters and crabs on the move as they prepare for their night activities. The sandy bottom is scattered with bommies and interesting rock formations that are perfect for close inspection and photography.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m
Dates Duration Route Room Type Price
14 Dec 2018
16 Dec 2018
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
14 Dec 2018
16 Dec 2018
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
17 Dec 2018
22 Dec 2018
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
17 Dec 2018
22 Dec 2018
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
23 Dec 2018
28 Dec 2018
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
23 Dec 2018
28 Dec 2018
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
29 Dec 2018
3 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
29 Dec 2018
3 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
4 Jan 2019
9 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
4 Jan 2019
9 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
10 Jan 2019
15 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
10 Jan 2019
12 Jan 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
10 Jan 2019
15 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
10 Jan 2019
12 Jan 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
13 Jan 2019
15 Jan 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
13 Jan 2019
15 Jan 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
16 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
16 Jan 2019
21 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
16 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
16 Jan 2019
21 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
19 Jan 2019
21 Jan 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
19 Jan 2019
21 Jan 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
22 Jan 2019
27 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
22 Jan 2019
24 Jan 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
22 Jan 2019
27 Jan 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
22 Jan 2019
24 Jan 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
25 Jan 2019
27 Jan 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
25 Jan 2019
27 Jan 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
28 Jan 2019
30 Jan 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
28 Jan 2019
2 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
28 Jan 2019
2 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
28 Jan 2019
30 Jan 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
31 Jan 2019
2 Feb 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
31 Jan 2019
2 Feb 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
3 Feb 2019
8 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
3 Feb 2019
8 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
9 Feb 2019
14 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
9 Feb 2019
11 Feb 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
9 Feb 2019
14 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
9 Feb 2019
11 Feb 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
12 Feb 2019
14 Feb 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
12 Feb 2019
14 Feb 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
15 Feb 2019
20 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
15 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
15 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
15 Feb 2019
20 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
18 Feb 2019
20 Feb 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
18 Feb 2019
20 Feb 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
21 Feb 2019
23 Feb 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
21 Feb 2019
26 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
21 Feb 2019
23 Feb 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
21 Feb 2019
26 Feb 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
24 Feb 2019
26 Feb 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
24 Feb 2019
26 Feb 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
27 Feb 2019
4 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
27 Feb 2019
1 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
27 Feb 2019
1 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
27 Feb 2019
4 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
2 Mar 2019
4 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
2 Mar 2019
4 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
5 Mar 2019
10 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
5 Mar 2019
7 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
5 Mar 2019
10 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
5 Mar 2019
7 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
8 Mar 2019
10 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 746
8 Mar 2019
10 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
11 Mar 2019
16 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
11 Mar 2019
16 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
11 Mar 2019
13 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
11 Mar 2019
13 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
14 Mar 2019
16 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
14 Mar 2019
16 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 746
17 Mar 2019
22 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
17 Mar 2019
19 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
17 Mar 2019
22 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
17 Mar 2019
19 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
20 Mar 2019
22 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
20 Mar 2019
22 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
23 Mar 2019
28 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
23 Mar 2019
25 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
23 Mar 2019
28 Mar 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
23 Mar 2019
25 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
26 Mar 2019
28 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
26 Mar 2019
28 Mar 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
29 Mar 2019
31 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
29 Mar 2019
31 Mar 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
29 Mar 2019
3 Apr 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
29 Mar 2019
3 Apr 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
1 Apr 2019
3 Apr 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
1 Apr 2019
3 Apr 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
4 Apr 2019
6 Apr 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Master Double 462
4 Apr 2019
6 Apr 2019
2 Nights 2 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 371
4 Apr 2019
9 Apr 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
4 Apr 2019
9 Apr 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
7 Apr 2019
9 Apr 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Standard Cabin 564
7 Apr 2019
9 Apr 2019
2 Nights 3 Day Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock Master Double 655
10 Apr 2019
15 Apr 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
10 Apr 2019
15 Apr 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
16 Apr 2019
20 Apr 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Master Double 819
16 Apr 2019
20 Apr 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 637
21 Apr 2019
26 Apr 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 746
21 Apr 2019
26 Apr 2019
5 Nights 5 Day Similan Islands Master Double 974
27 Apr 2019
1 May 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Master Double 819
27 Apr 2019
1 May 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Cabin 637