Coming in at 20 meters, the M/V Thai Sea is a boutique liveaboard offering great diving holidays in Burma and the Similan Islands. This exceptional liveaboard vessel can accommodate as many as twelve divers per holiday in a total of six deluxe double cabins. Each of the private suites features a cooling fan, shared bathrooms, and comfortable furnishings. This smaller style liveaboard is perfect for scuba divers who want a more personal experience for their journey, with an expert crew ready to take care of any need a guest may have. With small dive groups, exploring some of Myanmar’s best diving spots is very intimate, great for new divers, and outstanding for underwater photographers.
The Similan Islands, Burma, and other regions of Myanmar that the Thai Sea liveaboard will travel to offers outstanding dives, with waters teeming full of thousands of species of fish, sharks, wrecks, beautiful coral, and all kinds of other biodiversity. The M/V Thai Sea also has exceptional diving amenities, with a large dive deck, space for equipment storage, and an expert dive staff. To get the most out of this region, the Thai Sea is a great, smaller liveaboard option for a diving holiday.
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In between dives, guests of the M/V Thai Sea will enjoy taking advantage of the vessel’s many amenities. With a friendly and attentive crew of seven, this liveaboard is able to provide a personal touch and will take care of every need a guest may have. From preparing delicious meals to ensuring all of the diving equipment is prepped and ready to go before a dive, passengers of the Thai Sea won’t have anything to worry about. Scuba divers will be able to enjoy time aboard this boat, soaking up the rays on the sundeck and sizing up the breathtaking ocean views.
The Thai Sea liveaboard welcomes a maximum of 12 guests in its 6 on-board cabins. The cabins make use of shared bathroom facilities and have in-room fans rather than air-conditioning.
5 Twin Cabins
The 5 twin cabins available have 2 single size beds arranged into bunks.
1 Double Cabin
The double cabin has a double bed.
All cabins share usage of the on-board bathrooms which are located nearby the rooms. There are 2 bathrooms including hot showers for guests to share. Additionally, there are 2 solar heated showers found at the stern with 3 toilets.