Thailand Liveaboard Holiday
MV Marco Polo
This 23 metre liveaboard comfortably accommodates up to 14 divers in twin cabins. The MV Marco Polo offers a 6 night itinerary to some of the best dive spots the Andaman Sea has to offer.
The spacious dive deck offers 24 square metres to store and prepare your diving equipment. The whole area is completely covered, so you and your equipment are always in the shade. The central compressor station located below-deck, provides virtually noise-free tank re-fillings.
Award winning Sea Bees Diving has been operating for 20 years. They own their own boats and hotels. Nitrox is available Free of charge on board.
National Park Fees to be paid in resort.
ACCOMMODATION: 4 twin cabins with fan, 2 twin cabins with AC (1 larger and 1 smaller bed) and 1 double bed cabin with AC (honeymoon cabin). There are 5 cold water showers (2 outdoor & 3 private showers) and 2 toilets for guests to use.
Specification: Length: 23 metres, Beam: 6m, Generators: 1 x 20 KW & 1 x 30 KW
Navigation / Safety: GPS, Radar, depth Sounder, Life Raft, dinghy, oxygen, lifejackets, first aid kit, Satellite phone, CB Radio.
The schedule you do on the boat varies with the currents and the tides. The boat tour leader and captain will do the best option for guests.
Day 2: 3 day dives + 1 night dive at Similan Islands
Day 3: 3 day dives + 1 night dive at Koh Bon, Koh Tachai + Richelieu Rock
Day 4: 3 day dives + 1 night dive at Richelieu Rock
Day 5: 3 day dives + 1 night dive at Similan Islands
Day 6: 3 day dives + 1 night dive at Similan Islands
Day 7: 2 dives, departure about 11:00 a.m., arrival in Phuket 18.00
Schedule & Available Spaces
JORDAN RESORT DIVING
7 nights / 5 days diving
3 – 10 December 2019
26 January – 03 February 2020
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