Manta Queen 1 Liveaboard

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The Manta Queen 1 operates from October to May every year, catering for up to 22 guests across its 27 meter length. Both scuba divers and snorkelers will enjoy the 4-night dive safaris that visit world-famous areas such as Richelieu Rock, the Similan Islands, Koh Tachai and Koh Bon. The Manta Queen 1 has a total of 10 cabins – 1 quad, 5 twin and 4 double bed arrangements. All cabins come equipped with comfortable beds for a good night’s rest and air-conditioning. A number of bathrooms are shared between the cabins, and common areas include a relaxed sun deck on the vessel’s top deck as well as an indoor saloon with a TV and entertainment space.

Led by a highly experienced diving crew who speak a number of different languages, guest divers and snorkelers will be taken on a true diving adventure to explore the wonders lying beneath the waves. At Richelieu Rock, guests might be lucky enough to encounter whale sharks, and at Elephant Head Rock guests can be on the lookout for reef sharks. Experience massive fish schools at the renowned Boonsung Wreck or spend your time looking for interesting and colorful nudibranchs along the sea bed. The Manta Queen 1 comes equipped with a dive tender which can also be used to transport guests to the nearby islands for a day spent splashing in the waves or lying on the white sandy beach.

Sandi, New Zealand November 13, 2017

Although I was only an Open Water diver when boarding the Manta Queen 1, I was able to complete my Deep Adventure course while on board and had an absolutely amazing time doing so.

The dive guides were helpful, friendly and made me feel totally safe and completely comfortable the entire time. The dive guides are also very knowledgeable about each reef and dive site, so they were constantly pointing new creatures out to me.

I have never seen such wonder when it comes to colours and variety – diving in Thailand is really a special experience.

The onboard experience was a great one too – friendly crew, delicious meals and a comfortable bed to sleep in… what more could a diving enthusiast want!?

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