MV Deep Andaman Queen operates 4-night and 5-night liveaboard scuba diving trips to Similan Islands and Surin National Park, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock for exceptional diving.
She also operates several liveaboard trips each year to the Mergui archipelago for exhilarating diving at Myanmar’s (formerly Burma) premiere dive destinations.
This luxury 28m steel hulled dive boat cruises at 10 knots throughout the Andaman Sea carrying a maximum of 21 guests in an assortment of cabin types. Choose between double, twin, triple or quad berth cabin accommodation. Deep Andaman Queen was built in 2003 and has since had several refurbishments, the last being in 2012.
Similan Island trips leave from Khao Lak and include free transfers from Phuket airport and hotels. Transfer time is approximately 2 hours.
The dive deck is extensive and very well designed. There is ample room, and plenty of storage space, for each diver to kit up and prepare for each dive. The best thing is that the dive deck and the platform are on the same level. In fact they could be considered one in the same thing. There’s no separation between them which makes life very easy indeed.
Is it a dive deck or just an enormous dive platform with tank bays? We’ll let you be the judge. Whatever you decide we are sure you’ll agree this has to be one the best designed dive areas you’re likely to come across.
At the rear of the dive deck you’ll find rinse tanks and a camera table as well as plenty of secure storage space.
NITROX is available onboard up to 32%.
Deep Andaman Queen a well known Thailand liveaboard with high standards and facilities.
The saloon, located on the main deck is fully air-conditioned and features a large plasma screen TV and well-stocked movie library.
At the rear of the main deck is a shaded outdoor deck with seating. Evening meals are served here.
The sun deck occupies the entire top deck and is luxuriously fitted with sun loungers, mattresses and sofa area. The rear is shaded and the bow area is open.
The Deep Andaman Queen welcomes up to 21 guests on board across its 9 luxurious staterooms. All the rooms are en-suite, air-conditioned and boast plenty of storage space and power outlets.
1 Standard Quad Cabin (Lower Deck)
The quad cabins have 4 single beds available arranged into 2 bunk beds. The quad cabin has multiple portholes.
1 Standard Triple Cabin (Lower Deck)
The triple cabin has 3 single beds, 2 of which are arranged into a bunk bed. This room also has multiple portholes for natural light.
1 Standard Twin Cabin (Lower Deck)
The twin cabin has 2 single beds arranged into a bunk bed and multiple portholes.
3 Deluxe Twin Cabins (Main Deck)
The deluxe twin cabins have two single beds and stunning windows offering sea views.
3 Deluxe Double Cabins (Main Deck)
The deluxe double rooms have one double bed and windows offering ocean views.
1 Master Cabin (Main Deck)
The master cabin has a number of windows boasting sea views, a comfortable double bed and plenty of space to relax. It also has a mini bar and a TV with a DVD player.