|Cabin Type:||4 Bunk Shared||Twin Bunk Cabin||Master Cabin|
All Prices in Thai Baht
*Cabins will be available for check in after speedboat depart in the afternoon from MV Camic, approx 15:00.
SIMILAN LIVEABOARD / 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS / 14 DIVES
Thursday morning our daily transfers to and from our Similan liveaboard boat the MV Camic will offer you the chance to dive spectacular and world famouse dive sites such as Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. Join our liveaboard and dive the best the Similan and Surin Islands have to offer. So check our 2016/2017 MV Camic Liveaboard schedule and BOOK TODAY !!
We pick you up in the morning and transfer you to our liveaboard boat via a fast transfer on our speedboat, the Nawanoppa. During the day there are two dives before the speedboat returns to land. Once the speedboat has departed there will be less people on board the boat which makes for a more relaxing atmosphere to enjoy the late afternoon and sunset in the Similan Islands. There is also the opportunity for either a sunset dive or night dive. Thursdays the MV Camic will cruise to Koh Tachai, the most southern island of the Surin Island National Park. Koh Tachai offers unforgettable diving on a submerged coral garden that rises from 50 meters to 12 meters below the surface. In fact during some months in spring it is as well as Koh Bon some of the best spots to spot Manta rays and Whale sharks. Fridays the MV Camic will cruise to the highlight of every liveaboard cruise, Richelieu Rock.
This horseshoe shaped rock stands solitary between the Surin Island National Park and Kuraburi province. The dive site starts right beneath the surface and drops on some areas to around 50 meters. Due its position in the middle of the ocean this place offers a natural shelter for fish that attracts larger predators. It is like diving in a fish bowl with rocks covered by soft corals. But don´t forget to keep an eye in the blue, Richelieu Rock is world famous for its Whale shark sightings. Saturday, the last day of the cruise the MV Camic returns to the Similan Island National Park to dive the island of Koh Bon. The island of Koh Bon is still part of the National Park but it lies around 15 km to the north of the main archipelago. Also Koh Bon has a different geological past than the 9 main islands of the Similan. The most stunning above surface is the huge tunnel that crosses the island from south to north. Underwater the Koh Bon ridge is one of the two best dive sites. It is easy to access and drops far below 40 meters. Strong currents can be present but this dive site attracts regularly Manta rays. Especially between February and April you got almost a 100% chance to see this magnificent creatures.
MV Camic offers a choice of three cabin types; 4 bunk shared cabins, twin bunk cabin and master cabins with double bed and en-suite facilities. All cabins have air conditioning. There are three bathrooms on the boat plus outdoor showers. The upper deck features LCD TV, DVD, VCD, and MP3. There is a spacious sun deck and shaded dining area for you to spend time between dives.
DELICIOUS THAI FOOD ON BOARD THE MV CAMIC
The MV Camic has hot showers, plus we provide you with eco friendly products to use in the bathrooms so we do not pollute the reefs around the islands. The boat is equipped with all the necessary safety features, emergency oxygen and extensive first aid kit as well as a life-raft, life jackets and fire extinguishers. More details about MV Camic.