Flying Seahorse Liveaboard

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Recently renovated in 2010 and 2014, the 24 meter Flying Seahorse offers the ultimate way to explore the underwater treasures that Thailand has to offer. Welcoming a maximum of 17 passengers on board, the vessel has 2 spacious decks for socializing and sleeping. The Flying Seahorse sails from Koh Lanta and offers an unbelievable variety of diving cruise options for divers looking for unique Thailand diving experiences.

The diving platform is located at the back of the boat and offers plenty of space for kitting up and gear storage. For added convenience, divers will only need to kit up once at the beginning of the cruise and will keep their allocated space for the remainder of the cruise. There are at least 22 tank stations and Nitrox refills available for those qualified.

Diving itineraries usually include the dive sites around the island of Koh Haa, with different stops depending on whether the north or south trips are taken. For the northern trip, guests can stop at Koh Phi Phi and the wreck of the King Cruiser and for the southern trip they can stop at Hin Muang/Hin Daegn. Guests can also opt to explore around the Similan Island where one of the most famous dive sites known as Richelieu Rock can be found. A newly popular route is now Koh Lipe.

The Flying Seahorse has a fantastic Thai crew including an onboard chef, yet is run by a highly experienced and professional European team.


The Flying Seahorse boasts an intimate capacity of only 17 guests across its 6 air-conditioned and comfortable cabins. Each cabin comes equipped with a power outlet providing 220V electricity, ideal for charging your electronics.

1 Master Cabin (Main Deck)

The master cabin has a queen size bed and an en-suite bathroom.

1 Triple Bed Cabin (Upper Deck)

The triple cabin has a king size bed as well as an additional bed, making it suitable for a family of 3. The triple cabin makes use of a shared bathroom.

2 Double Bed Cabins (Upper Deck)

Each of the double cabins have one double bed and make use of a shared bathroom.

2 Shared Bunk Beds Cabins (Main Deck)

The bunk bed cabins found on the main deck can sleep 4 guests each as there are 4 single beds arranged in two bunk beds. These cabins make use of a shared bathroom.

3 Guest Sharing Bathrooms

The sharing bathrooms feature hot water showers and toilets.

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