The M/V Hallelujah is an impressive vessel that is actually one of the Andaman Sea’s largest and most luxurious liveaboards. At a length of 35m, the Hallelujah liveaboard provides ample space for scuba divers to explore many of the dive sites surrounding the glorious Similan Islands. Welcoming a maximum of 25 guests at a time across its 13 air-conditioned cabins, the Hallelujah offers scuba diving enthusiasts the chance to visit famous sites such as Elephant Rock, Koh Bon and Richelieu Rock.
All cabins on-board the M/V Hallelujah come equipped with en-suite facilities as well as charging outlets with 220V. There is one VIP cabin found on the vessel’s upper deck, 2 deluxe main deck cabins with double beds and 10 twin style cabins.
When not diving, snorkelling or exploring the stunning sandy beaches of Thailand, guests have a number of on-board relaxation options and common spaces. On the Hallelujah’s top deck is a spacious sun deck, while the main deck has a comfortable outdoor lounge space. There is an indoor lounge with A/C, a TV, DVD player and book collection, as well as a number of desks equipped with power outlets in case guests want to edit or share their dive photographs and video footage throughout the trip. Guests onboard the Hallelujah can opt to eat their provided meals indoors or outdoors.
The crew onboard the M/V Hallelujah are a well-trained, flexible and multi-lingual group that have been helping guests make memories for years. The crew aim to provide top-notch diving each and every time, with diving groups of no more than 4 people and a strong focus on individual attention. Divers can hope to see seahorses, whale sharks, manta rays and much more.
Hallelujah liveaboard operates dive trips to Similan and Surin Islands and Richelieu for 4 nights and 14 fabulous dives at the best dive sites in Thailand.
Dive groups are maximum of 4, unless otherwise requested. Gear is washed and tanks are refilled by attentive crew members. Multilingual dive staff (English, German, Swedish, Danish, Norweigan, Dutch, Flemish and Japanese) will ensure your diving experience is safe and fun.
A well laid out and spacious 55m² dive deck is positioned at the rear of the main deck. A great design feature is that the dive deck and dive platform are no the same level making life easy!
Fresh water rinse tanks are available to wash any equipment between dives. A motorised dive tender is on hand to collect you after each dive and re-unite you with the mothership.
Nitrox fills are available for certified divers. SCUBA courses available for those who would like to gain certification as part of their liveaboard holiday experience. The PADI Open Water Course can be pre-booked as part of the holiday. There are plenty of sheltered areas around the Similan Islands for confined water training and open water dives.
Tanks fittings are standard and DIN and a full set of equipment can be rented for 500THB per day.
The interior spaces of Hallelujah are fitted with wood panelling. The main deck comprises of large 75m² air-conditioned saloon area with full TV/DVD entertainment system and library of movies and books. This room is used as an indoor dining area, although there is also outdoor dining for
The saloon area is also equipped with a few desks, complete with electrical sockets, so that you can perform video or photo editing tasks with ease.
Large upper 120m² sun deck, which is partly shaded so you can escape the sunshine should you wish. The deck is equipped with plenty of sun loungers and mattresses so you can relax in comfort.
- 1 x VIP Single Cabin
- Deluxe Double Cabins
- Standard Twin Cabins
The VIP cabin is situated on the upper deck and benefits from a large window providing excellent views across the Andaman Sea. air-conditioned, private en-suite bathroom.
Deluxe cabins are on the main deck, at the bow, and fitted with luxurious queen-size double bed. large windows look out across the ocean. private en-suite bathroom with hot water shower.
Standard cabins are fitted with twin bunk beds and large windows. air conditioned and private bathroom.
Cabins are accessed from the gangway along the side of the boat meaning that you can slide the door open and enjoy the sea breeze while gazing out across the tropical landscapes that are there Similan Islands.
single divers may be paired with another customer of the same sex. otherwise a single diver surcharge of 85% is applicable.
Food on board MV Hallelujah is served buffet-style in the main indoor dining area. Dishes are a variety of Thai and international cuisine.
Special dietary requirements can be catered for but must be made clear at the time of booking.
A selection of fruits and snacks are served throughout the day and tea, coffee and drinking are all provided free of charge.