MV Hallelujah

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Wake up on MV Hallelujah to a pristine empty beach outside your window. Spend your day at World class dive sites with free nitrox and excellent support exploring magnificent marine life and colourful corals.

The MV Hallelujah is the most beautiful Liveaboard in the Similan Islands.

Big Blue Diving are the operators of the MV Hallelujah. Our Similan Liveaboard trips are 4 days and 4 nights. This is the perfect length of time to see all the best dive sites. At 35 meters in length, the MV Hallelujah Liveaboard provides plenty of space. All steel construction makes for a safe and smooth ride throughout your trip. 25 guests in 13 air-conditioned, en-suite cabins.

Spacious relaxation areas, large diving deck and dedicated camera room. Enjoy delicious Asian and Western cuisine. Safety is highest priority on our Similan Liveaboard. MV Hallelujah Liveaboard staff have years of experience diving in the area and up to date first aid certifications. Equipment receives regular maintenance.

Single Cabin

The VIP Single is the only cabin on the upper deck of the MV Hallelujah.

Enjoy the best views of the Similan Islands. One large window, en-suite facilities, TV, fridge and work desk.

This is by far the most comfortable and luxurious of our cabins.

  • Large window
  • Air Conditioning
  • En-Suite
  • TV
  • Fridge
  • Work desk

Deluxe Double Cabin

Deluxe Double Cabins are also located on the main deck of the MV Hallelujah.

They offer the same spectacular views, but with much larger windows. A perfect romantic getaway.

En-suite facilities include hot shower, toilet and sink for privacy and convenience.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Large windows
  • En-suite

Standard Twin Stateroom

Standard Twin Cabins are located on the main deck of the MV Hallelujah Liveaboard.

Air conditioned, en-suite cabins have large windows offer spectacular views of the passing scenery.

Beds are arranged into bunks, perfect for single travellers and couples alike.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Large windows
  • En-suite
  • Bunk beds

Route Options

SIMILAN ISLANDS LIVEABOARD ITINERARY

All of our liveaboard guests will be picked up at their hotel or at the airport in the afternoon. To avoid a long taxi journey we recommend staying in Khao Lak. You will be taken to our pier at 19:00 to board the Hallelujah. We typically depart at 21:00, after a full boat briefing and a hearty dinner. Guests usually spend the time after dinner getting to know their fellow diving buddies that they will be spending the next 4 days with. Then your Similan Islands liveaboard adventure can begin

WAKE UP
Every day at 06:30 you will be woken by a gentle knock from our dive crew. Wake yourself up properly with some freshly brewed coffee and a light breakfast. You will be greeted by the staff and get a full dive safety briefing informing you all the procedures for our Similan liveaboard. The boat boys will help you in to your equipment and get you in to the water.

DIVE 1
Finding yourself immersed in the clear, warm tropical waters of Thailand is the best way to wake up.
Dive groups are a maximum of 4 people, unless friends request to dive together.
The first dive of the liveaboard itinerary will be a check dive. We will check the divers in each group are well matched in terms of ability and air consumption.
At the end of this and every dive, you and your group will surface and indicate to our dingy driver that you’re ready to be picked up. The captain of the Hallelujah will come and pick you up. No surface swims, ever.

BREAKFAST
After every dive, once back on board, our staff will help you out of your equipment and place it in the racks for you. You can grab a quick freshwater rinse from the shower on deck and then head up to the outdoor eating areas where a hot buffet breakfast awaits you. Our staff will fill your tanks while you eat.

BEACH VISIT After breakfast (only on days 1 and 2) we can visit the beach. These are some of the most famous and beautiful beaches in Thailand. Whats even better, as we go quite early, we will arrive before all the speedboat day trippers. Not many people get to enjoy the magnificent scenery in peace.

All activities are optional. Some guests prefer to stay out of the heat and spend their time in the air-conditioned lounge looking at the pristine beaches from a comfortable distance. Sun worshipers may decide to their time on the sun deck. Others may prefer just to stay in the shaded areas reading or relaxing with the other passengers.

Day 1 we will visit Princess bay on Similan Island #4. Day 2 we can climb up to the famous viewpoint at Donald Duck bay on Similan Island #8. If you were looking for a new profile picture, look no further than the view from sail rock.

DIVE 2
Dive 2 is usually at about 11:00. Dive groups might be reorganized to put divers of similar skill levels together, based on observations from the check-out dive. Obviously we never split up people who want to dive together.

As the groups are usually all sorted by this point, we can have a bit more fun diving the best areas of the Similan Islands. As the liveaboard trip progresses we may get to sites with more current (especially around full moon). However, current brings lots of nutrients to the Similans and this attracts the bigger marine life.

Every day we will get a little bit shallower on each dive of the liveaboard itinerary. If you really want to explore the deepest and best parts of all the dive sites in the Similan Islands, then it is worth considering diving on Nitrox. This will give you a lot more flexibility with your dive profiles.

LUNCH
A delicious buffet lunch is served after dive two. Food is a variety of Asian and Western dishes and the menu changes for every meal on every day to give you as much variety as possible.

DIVE 3
Dive three is between 13:00 and 14:00.

By the time you reach day 2, you will have left the Similan Islands and started heading up to the more Northern dive sites like Koh Bon, Koh Tachai Pinnacle and Richelieu Rock.

This is where the diving can really start to get interesting as this is where you are more likely to see the much larger pelagic marine life. Look out for Manta Rays, Whale Sharks or other sharks.

The best time of year to spot Manta Rays and Whale Sharks is usually between February and April. However they can appear any time of year. Remember, the ocean is not a zoo.

SNACK
For anyone that is still hungry, an afternoon snack is served at around 16:00.

Our wonderful cooks love trying new things so there is always a range of food to choose from. Dishes include Mango and sticky rice, pizza, sushi and a large selection of fresh fruits.

DIVE 4
If you are interested in night diving then we will do one on the first day. For anyone who is not an advanced diver, you can do your Adventure Diving Night training, or even take the full advanced course while on the boat.

For the rest of the trip we will do sunset dives. Sunset dives can be the highlight of the trip as the feeding frenzies often happen just before the sun goes down. The sunset dive at Koh Tachai Pinnacle is a real favourite for the diving staff and something to look forward to.

DINNER
After the night dive, dinner is served and after that some people head straight to their cabins, others prefer to relax on deck having a beer and talking about the days dives and discussing what adventures they hope to have on tomorrows dives.

Vessel Details

Year Built / Refurbished 2002, refurbished in 2011
Length & Width 35m x 7.6m
Tonnage 240 tonnes
Speed 15 knots
Speed 12 knots
Engines 2 x 450 HP Hino engines
Generators 3 x 25 KW Hino generators
Disalination & Water Capacitity 25,000 litres
Diesel Capacity 15,000 litres
Communication & Navigation Systems 4 life rafts
Communication & Navigation Systems 2 x 25 HP Yamaha motorised dinghy
Communication & Navigation Systems Radar and SSB radio
Communication & Navigation Systems GPS
Communication & Navigation Systems Depth sounder
Communication & Navigation Systems Autopilot
Communication & Navigation Systems Mobile telephone
Communication & Navigation Systems CCTV
Communication & Navigation Systems Fire extinguishers throughout
Communication & Navigation Systems Life jackets in each cabin
Communication & Navigation Systems Searchlight & horn
Communication & Navigation Systems Dedicated first aid cabin with a bathroom, bed, oxygen tanks and lots of medic supplies
Equipment Rental Set (BCD, Reg, Fins, Mask, WS) 600 THB/Day
Equipment Rental 1,000 THB/Day
Air Compressors 2 x Coltri dive tank compressors
Full Set with Dive Computer 800 THB/Day
BCD 250 THB/Day
Regulator 250 THB/Day
Wetsuits Wetsuit (3mm Shorty) - 100 THB/Day
Wetsuit (3mm Long) - 100 THB/Day
Dive Computer 250 THB/Day
Torch 150 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

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

Breakfast Bend

Khao Lak, Thailand

Breakfast Bend has its name from the beautiful early morning light here. The reef slope drops to 18 metres then steep banks descend further to 34 metres where divers can see black-spot garden eels. In the shallows, leopard sharks are seen resting in the sand and often octopus may be found lurking in the vicinity.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 34m

Turtle Rock - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

This dive site has impressive series of submerged boulders and swim through in typical Similan fashion. Surrounded by coral and marine life this is one of the better places to spot turtles. Here divers will have the opportunity to see big pelagics and eagle rays. To the northeast of the Turtle Rock there is an impressive 3 metre wide canyon to swim through.

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

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

Shark Fin Reef - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Shark Fin Reef will offer diver two different sceneries. The northeast which features a sloping reef and the southeast which is a more dramatic drop-off. A series of parallel rocks resembling fallen logs are the setting for this Similan diving site.

To the southeast is a large swim-through that provides an opening to the other side of this dive site. The marine life here is diverse with clown triggerfish, half-moon triggerfish and schools of batfish, palette surgeonfish, blue-faced angelfish and banner fish. It's also a good place to spot passing sharks and larger rays.

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

Boulder City - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

Boulder city is a submerged site about one kilometre off the east coast of island number 3 and about 400 m south east of Shark Fin Reef. Due to its exposed location, divers will have the opportunity to see almost anything on this Similan dive including whale sharks and manta rays.

There is very little coral growth here except for green branching cup corals and orange sea fans, but the algae growth here is substantial, meaning a prolific amount of nudibranchs, including the twin magnificent sea slug and Spanish dancers. Leopard sharks are frequently seen as well as white-tip and black-tip reef sharks.

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

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
Dates Duration Route Room Type Price
15 Oct 2019
19 Oct 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
15 Oct 2019
19 Oct 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
15 Oct 2019
19 Oct 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
22 Oct 2019
26 Oct 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
22 Oct 2019
26 Oct 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
22 Oct 2019
26 Oct 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
28 Oct 2019
1 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
28 Oct 2019
1 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
3 Nov 2019
7 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
3 Nov 2019
7 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
3 Nov 2019
7 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
7 Nov 2019
1 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
7 Nov 2019
1 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
9 Nov 2019
13 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
9 Nov 2019
13 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
9 Nov 2019
13 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
15 Nov 2019
19 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
15 Nov 2019
19 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
15 Nov 2019
19 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
21 Nov 2019
25 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
21 Nov 2019
25 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
21 Nov 2019
25 Nov 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
27 Nov 2019
1 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
27 Nov 2019
1 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £840
2 Dec 2019
6 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
2 Dec 2019
6 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
7 Dec 2019
11 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
7 Dec 2019
11 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
14 Dec 2019
18 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
14 Dec 2019
18 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
19 Dec 2019
23 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
19 Dec 2019
23 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
19 Dec 2019
23 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
24 Dec 2019
28 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
24 Dec 2019
28 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
24 Dec 2019
28 Dec 2019
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
4 Jan 2020
8 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
4 Jan 2020
8 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
4 Jan 2020
8 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
9 Jan 2020
13 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
9 Jan 2020
13 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
9 Jan 2020
13 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
15 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
15 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
15 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
20 Jan 2020
24 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
20 Jan 2020
24 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
25 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
25 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
25 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
30 Jan 2020
3 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
30 Jan 2020
3 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
30 Jan 2020
3 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
10 Feb 2020
14 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
10 Feb 2020
14 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
10 Feb 2020
14 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
15 Feb 2020
19 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
15 Feb 2020
19 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
15 Feb 2020
19 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
20 Feb 2020
24 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
20 Feb 2020
24 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
20 Feb 2020
24 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
25 Feb 2020
29 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
25 Feb 2020
29 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
25 Feb 2020
29 Feb 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
29 Feb 2020
6 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £840
29 Feb 2020
6 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
29 Feb 2020
6 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
7 Mar 2020
11 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
7 Mar 2020
11 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
13 Mar 2020
17 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
13 Mar 2020
17 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
18 Mar 2020
22 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
18 Mar 2020
22 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
23 Mar 2020
27 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
23 Mar 2020
27 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
23 Mar 2020
27 Mar 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
28 Mar 2020
1 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
28 Mar 2020
1 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
28 Mar 2020
1 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
3 Apr 2020
7 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
3 Apr 2020
7 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
8 Apr 2020
12 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
8 Apr 2020
12 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
8 Apr 2020
12 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
14 Apr 2020
18 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
14 Apr 2020
18 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
14 Apr 2020
18 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
19 Apr 2020
23 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320
19 Apr 2020
23 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1320
19 Apr 2020
23 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
24 Apr 2020
28 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Single Cabin £1320
24 Apr 2020
28 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Deluxe Double Cabin £1080
24 Apr 2020
28 Apr 2020
4 Nights 4 Day Similan Islands Standard Twin Stateroom £1320