First Class Phuket Diving experience

  • No Overcrowding, Small Groups & Personal service To make sure that you have a personalized & fun experience we only take 20 divers. Each diving group is kept to a ratio of 4 divers : 1 experienced dive guide ensuring you supervision & safety at all times. Unlike others we transfer and set up all of your scuba equipment for you. Just jump on board and relax. We will ensure that you won’t waist a minute of your valuable holiday time!
  • Safety Full safety and boat briefings are given during your day trip. Each Scuba Diver carries a Surface Marker Buoy on each dive. We are fully equipped for safety and carry a comprehensive first aid kit, 40 life jackets, fire extinguishers, DAN oxygen supply, depth sounder and all safety equipment as required by Thai Law.
       DIVE SITE  Diver   Non-Diver
Racha Yai 2 Dives 3,000 Baht 2,000 Baht
Racha Noi, Racha Yai  3 Dives 3,900 Baht 2,300 Baht
Shark Point, King Cruiser 3Dives 3,900 Baht 2,300 Baht
Phi Phi Island 3Dives 3,900 Baht 2,300 Baht
Full Set Rental Eqipment    700 Baht


Diving Day Trips From Phuket

Raya Islands

Two beautiful dive spots at granite islands just south of Phuket.

Racha Yai Island

Located just 1 hour 30 minutes away by boat, the clear water and easy sandy bottom at Racha Yau Island makes it an ideal diving spot for dive training and beginner divers.

Racha Noi Island

Located about 2 hours from Phuket by boat, the dive sites off Racha Noi Island are for divers with some experience due to the deeper water and stronger currents. Here you’ll come close to large schools of barracuda, batfish and, if you’re lucky, manta rays.

Koh Dok Mai, Shark Point & King Cruiser Wreck


Dive at three fantastic dive located only 1 hour by boat from Phuket.

Koh Dok Mai (Flower Island) is named for the colourful coral on the seabed around this beauty spot with a ‘wall dive’ inhabited by seahorses, anemones and ghost pipefish.

Shark Point lies between Phuket and the Phi Phi islands and is one of the best places to dive along side leopard sharks as well as diving among a variety of soft and hard corals, where you’ll come across all sorts of shy and inquisitive species, including sting rays and moray eels. Shark Point is also a known location for spotting whale sharks.

The King Cruiser Wreck is a 90-metre long car ferry shipwrek located about 400 metres from Shark Point. The King Cruiser ferry sank in 1997 and his home to a massive variety of marine life such as lion fish, moray eels, snappers and jacks.

Phi Phi Islands


Phi Phi has been rated as one of the most beautiful islands of the world in the past. Phi Phi Islands consist of six islands, lie 50 km south-east of Phuket and are parts of “Mu Koh Phi Phi National Marine park”. Threr are limestone mountains with cliffs, caves and long white sandy beaches. A variety of exotic dive sites are dotted around these beautiful outcrops, including cave and wall dives. The corals host a large variety of marine life, including leopard sharks, eagle rays, sting rays, moray eels, turtles and octopus.

Half Day Tours

Phuket West Coast
You don’t have to go far to find flourishing marine life just off the west coast of Phuket, which can be reached in the traditional way, by long-tail boat. These trips set off from Patong Beach and offer up hard and soft coral sites.

Coral Island
Just a 40-minute boat ride south of Phuket, Coral Island is an idyllic dive site with a variety of hard and soft corals inhabited by colourful tropical fishes and marine life.

Always A First Class Diving Experience
Our specially designed livaboard dive boats give you a first class diving experience with private cabins and air-conditioned saloon.

Small Groups & Personal Service
Groups are restricted to a maximum of 20 divers to ensure safe and fun dives.
All dives are supervised by qualified dive instructors (one instructor for every 4 divers), who make sure you are properly kitted out with all the correct diving gear and scuba equipment, so you have more time to relax and appreciate the scenery.

Your Safety is Our Priority
Boat Safety
Our boats are fully equipped with safety equipment, including 40 life jackets and fire extinguishers. Our staff are well trained in first aid and safety procedures. Safety briefings are given on each trip and we carry a comprehensive first aid kit on each dive.

Diving Safety
All Thai safety regulations are strictly followed on every dive. Every scuba diver has a surface marker buoy, we use DAN oxygen supply and depth sounders as required by Thai Law.