Liveaboard Thailand


Class – Platinum

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Similans, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock
Max Guests 25
4 Days / 4 Nights
Nitrox Available

The newly outfitted MV Hallelujah Similan Islands Liveaboard replaces one of our older boats. Our team have personally taken several Similans dive trips on this boat and she offers exceptional value for money. The MV Hallelujah is like a first class boat in a business class price range. She runs a tried and tested four night schedule which includes the best of the Similan Islands dive sites, and also Koh Bon for the Manta Rays, Koh Tachai, and the famous Richelieu Rock. She takes a maximum of 25 guests, but the boat is so expansive, that even when it is full you’ll never feel crowded. The sun-deck upstairs is large enough to have a knock about with a football! This is a very nice boat.

Hallelujah Similans liveaboard offers guests two deluxe cabins with double beds, ten standard twin cabins with bunk beds, and one VIP single person cabin. We advise early booking for this trip to avoid disappointment. The attractive prices coupled with the high standards of the boat makes this a sought after Similans liveaboard. All cabins are air-conditioned, have sea views, and have en-suite bathrooms. She offers both inside and outside dining areas, and oodles of space where guests can find a quiet place to relax with a book or sunbathe. Again, the MV Hallelujah offers great value for money and is a truly beautiful boat.

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Two way hotel transfers are included. Pick-up times start late afternoon for the short journey to the pier just north of Phuket. The boat departs at around 11pm for an overnight cruise to the Similans where guests will wake up to a light breakfast before their first dive.




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The Hallelujah runs a standard tried and tested schedule with fourteen dives in the Similans, Koh Bon, Tachai, and Richelieu Rock. Transfers start in the afternoon of departure and the boat cruises over night to the Similans. After four nights diving from and sleeping on the boat, guests return to dry land early afternoon and transfer back to their Phuket hotels at around 5:00pm.

Prices for Hallelujah – 4 Days / 4 Nights – 14 Dives (2016-2017 Season)
VIP Single Cabin – 55,000 THB
10 x Standard Twin Cabins – 35,000 THB per person
2 x Deluxe Double Bed Cabins – 45,000 THB per person

Price Includes

Hotel transfers, meals and accommodation onboard, snacks, tea, coffee, fruit, dive guides, tanks and weights.

Price Excludes

Flights, hotel accommodation on land, Similan National Marine Park fees at 1,800 THB per person, equipment rental if required at 2,000 THB per person, canned soft drinks, alcoholic drinks and Nitrox tanks at 300 THB per fill.

Example Itinerary

Pick up from hotel or airport between 4:00pm to 6:30pm and transfer to Tap Lamu pier one hour north of Phuket. Sail at 11:00pm. Arrive Similans at 3am.
Day 1: Four dives at Anita Reef, East of Eden, Elephant Head Rock and Turtle Bay.
Day 2: Four dives at Christmas Tree Point, Koh Bon and Koh Tachai.
Day 3: Three Dives at Richelieu Rock and one dive at Koh Tachai.
Day 4: Two dives in the Similans. Arrive 5pm at Tap Lamu and transfer to hotel.

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Cabins & Comforts

Two en-suite master cabins
Four en-suite deluxe cabins
Four en-suite standard cabins
One budget cabin with shared bathroom
All cabins have air-conditioning
Hot showers with fresh water
Rooms serviced and cleaned daily
Large TV and entertainment centre
Indoors dining area
Comfortable outside seating area
Indoor air-conditioned saloon with home entertainment system
Free tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks
A mixture of Thai and Western food
Special dietary requirements catered for
Very large and well designed dive deck
Fantastic sun deck with panoramic views

Technical & Safety Specification

Length 35 metres, beam 7 metres
Maximum speed 15 knots, cruising speed 13 knots
2 x 450hp Hino engines
220v electrical outlets
SOLAS navigation and safety equipment
GPS (Global Positioning System)
Depth finders
Radios and satellite phone
Two life rafts
Life jackets in all cabins and also on deck
First aid facilities
Two air compressors to fill scuba tanks
One large dinghy
Nitrox facilities