Climb aboard the M/V Oktavia and explore some of the highest rated dive sites in the world! Offering itineraries that vary in length from 2 nights to 5 nights between October and May, the Oktavia will take guests to dive at Koh Bon, the Similan Islands, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. The liveaboard departs from Khao Lak and can accommodate 20 divers comfortably, although at a length of 30m she could easily accommodate as many as 33 passengers.
There are a total of 15 cabins onboard, some offering different amenities but all offering clean and comfortable living quarters. There are 13 Standard Cabins on the Oktavia’s lower deck which come equipped with central air-conditioning and a fan. These Blue Ocean cabins can be outfitted with 2 twin bunk-beds or a double bed and have cupboards for storing personal belongings. Standard cabins make use of 4 shared bathroom facilities. The Oktavia also has 2 upper deck Master Cabins with en-suite facilities, a double bed, a seating area and desk and plenty of storage space. Also on the ship’s upper deck is a shaded lounge room and a lounge-laden sun deck that is ideal for taking time out to appreciate the scenery. There is also an in-room power outlet (220V) and linens and towels are provided.
2 Master Suites (Upper Deck)
The master suites are an impressive 27 square metres and stretch the width of the boat. The suites boast a king size bed, lounge chairs and a television. The room is individually air-conditioned and also has a fan for keeping extra cool. The room features a fridge, a work desk and even has inflatable beds suitable for kids to sleep, making the master suite the ideal family room.
4 Standard Double Cabins (Main Deck)
The double cabins have a large double bed and share a bathroom with other cabins.
5 Standard Twin Cabins (Main Deck)
The twin cabins have 2 beds arranged into bunks and also make use of the shared bathroom facilities.
4 Sharing Bathrooms
The shared bathrooms all have hot showers. There are an additional 3 showers located on the diving platform.
All meals and snacks are served in the dining room which is also located on the vessel’s upper deck.