Measuring 34.5m, the MV DiveRACE Class E liveaboard is a deluxe vessel offering diving cruises in the most sought after spots in Myanmar. Traveling to regions such as the Similan Islands and the Mergui Archipelago, the fifteen member crew of this liveaboard will take care of guests, giving them an outstanding diving holiday. The MV DiveRACE Class E is complete with six double private suites and four quad cabins. The quad cabins feature an en-suite bathroom and are ideal for small groups or families. The private double suites feature an en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, and a private balcony.
Divers will love exploring the biodiversity and thriving marine life of the waters in Myanmar. From the Mergui Archipelago to the Similan Islands, divers will be taken to some of the best diving spots in these beautiful, pristine waters. Scuba divers will come face to face with stunning coral reefs, manta rays, sharks, and all kinds of other sea life. With a great dive crew and all the equipment you could need, the MV DiveRACE Class E promises an exceptional dive cruise.
When not in the water, divers will enjoy relaxing aboard the MV DiveRACE Class E. They can take in a movie or television show in the comfortable entertainment lounge, relax on one of the sundecks, or enjoy a tasty meal prepared by the executive chef. There is also an on board massage room, great for taking a break and pampering yourself. For an outstanding diving holiday in Myanmar, trust the MV DiveRACE Class E liveaboard.
The DiveRACE Class E usually hosts 20 guests but can hold up to 28 guests depending on cabin arrangements in each of the 10 Japanese style cabins. Each cabin has a private bathroom with toiletries and fresh towels, power outlets and individual climate control.
6 Twin Luxury Cabins
These luxury cabins are on the vessel’s main deck and can come equipped with either 2 single beds or 1 double. The luxury cabins have their own private balcony.
4 Twin Ensuite Cabins
The lower deck cabins have a small window and 4 single beds in each. When the boat travels the Singapore route, cabins can sleep 4 guests but when the boat travels the Similan and Myanmar route it is only possible to sleep 2 people in each room.