Bavaria Liveaboard

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As a liveaboard that was built by scuba divers and purely for scuba divers, the M/V Bavaria offers the ultimate in comfort and efficiency when looking to explore the diving sites of the Andaman Sea around Thailand and Myanmar. The M/V Bavaria offers different itineraries throughout the year, with Myanmar and Thailand trips occurring between October and May. There are 3 night and 6 night trips available visiting the beautiful Similan Islands (3 nights), Mergui Archipelago (6 nights) or the Similan Islands and a combination of Koh Bon, Richelieu Rock, Koh Tachai and Surin (3 or 6 nights).

The large diving platform onboard the M/V Bavaria makes for easy access to these world-famous dive sites, and with diving groups kept to only 4-6 people per dive guide, the personalized experience and attention to detail is unsurpassable. For those qualified, Nitrox refills are available for purchase, and all divers will have their own storage space and kit up area on the diving platform.

A total of 24 guests can travel on the M/V Bavaria at any one time, staying in the 12 onboard cabins. All cabins are air-conditioned, and guests can opt to share bathrooms in the lower deck standard cabins or have private en-suite facilities in the comfort twin cabins on the vessel’s main and lower decks. When not exploring the Andaman Sea, guests can enjoy an indoor saloon, an outdoor lounge with dining space and a partially-shaded sun deck. There is the added bonus of taking advantage of a Thai massage whilst on board.  Meals and beverages are all-inclusive on the M/V Bavaria, and the buffet includes a variety of local and international cuisine. The crew members are also international, offering instruction and dive guiding in German, English and Thai.

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