Daytrips

Shark Point - Anemone reef
Koh Doc Mai - King Cruiser wreck
Racha Yai - Racha Noi
 Phi Phi Island

Liveaboard

Similan Islands - Burma
Hin Daeng - Hin Muang




Shark Point

Shark Point is located about 1,5 hours east of Phuket and can only be noticed by the small rock tip pointing out of the sea. The three riffs have been put under nature protection because of the vast variety of fish life found here. Shark Point is one of the most popular dive sites around Phuket and has received its name from the harmless leopard sharks often sighted here.




Anemone Reef

This reef – totally under water – is only 500 meters away from Shark Point. The environment is similar to what is found at Shark Point however the large areas covered with anemones always fascinate the diver. Besides the harmless leopard sharks you may see large swarms of fish, barracudas and sepias.




Koh Doc Mai

This small jungle like island lying half way between Phuket and Shark Point offers dive sites with walls falling to a depth of up to 35 meters. They are covered with shells, see fans and many types of colorful coral. The east side of the island offers a variety of caves into which dives are possible.




King Cruiser

The King Cruiser – an 85 meter long and 25 meter wide ferry – sank May 4th, 1997 not far from Shark Point. Spacious area in the four empty car decks - found at a depth between 12 and 24 meters - allows various spectacular dives through this fascinating wreck. The location is ideal for a special wreck course. The wreck stands upright on sand at a depth of 32 meters maximum.




Racha Yai

Racha Yai is the larger of the two Racha islands located close to Phuket. Over water it is a tropical dream; under water a soft current will take you through vast landscapes of colorful coral. Some dive sites are perfect for beginners or snorklers – making this is the ideal place for the whole family.




Racha Noi

Racha Noi is a small uninhabited island south of Racha Yai. The most interesting spot here is the south point, however due to stronger currents not recommendable for beginners. The possibility to encounter mantas, leopard sharks and even whale sharks is rather high.




Phi Phi Inseln

Phi Phi Islands – a group of huge limestone formations – offers a bizarre landscape – even under water. The walls are covered with vast flora and contain uncountable caves optimal for diving. The islands of Phi Phi offer an under water world very similar to the sites around the Similan Islands.

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