Phuket Thailand 2017
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What? 5+ Dives a Day, Aboard the Thailand Aggressor Yacht
Where? North Andaman Sea, Thailand
When? March 11-18, 2017
Phuket, Thailand is often referred to as the “Pearl of the South” and for scuba divers it’s the crown jewel of the Andaman Sea. This island paradise lies only 8 degrees north of the equator and enjoys a tropical climate year round. For divers, the true treasures of the Andaman Sea are found at famous sites such as the Similan Islands, Phi Phi Islands, Richelieu Rock, Hin Daeng, Koh Raja and Shark Point, where the warm, clear water draws large schools of tropical fish, manta rays, and the awe-inspiring whale shark. The wealth of aquatic life will delight underwater photographers and marine naturalists when scuba diving Thailand.
The island of Phuket lies in the Andaman Sea off the south west coast of Thailand in the geographic region of Mainland Southeast Asia. Phuket is separated from the mainland by a channel at its northernmost point, where the Sarasin Bridge connects the island to the mainland. Countries bordering Thailand are Malaysia, Burma, Cambodia and Laos.
Whale sharks, Mantas, Leopard Sharks, Silvertip Reef Sharks, Walls and Reefs with over 500 species of hard and soft corals and abundant marine life
Water temperature: 79 - 84F, 26 - 29C
Full 3mm wetsuit recommended
What is included:
Accommodations in a stateroom on the Thailand Aggressor is a spacious 115’ yacht with a 23 ft. beam, independently air-conditioned, a private head and shower.
Up to 5 boat dives a day from the outboard skiffs capable of carrying 16 guests
3 meals a day with all drinks (including liquor) included.
What is NOT included:
Travel to and from Phuket (HKT) International Airport
$95 US each person park tax (paid onboard). Fees and taxes are not included in the charter rate.
Travel insurance is HIGHLY recommended
Price (based on Dbl Occ):
$3290 per person, double occupancy (single divers that don't want to share a room will have to pay for both spots)