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Liveaboard Diving Thailand - Scuba at Your Pace

 


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Liveaboard diving Thailand is something you have to do, if you have been searching for a memorable diving vacation. You will not only experience the tastes and culture of Thailand, but you will also explore some of the most thrilling diving spots on earth, all while in the comfort of your chartered vessel.

For those of you who are new to liveaboard diving, the dive boat becomes your hotel and entertainment spot, as well as your transportation to and from your dives. It's like crossing scuba diving with cruising, and provides an experience that no other holiday can.

Just think of being pampered while staying on a liveaboard diving Thailand yacht, it will be a cozy and personalized experience for a lifetime. The mid-sized state of the art yachts tend to carry 12 to 24 passengers, so you can meet and get to know interesting people who love diving as much as you do.

The yachts offer both budget and deluxe accommodations. The budget cabins will usually be below deck, but will otherwise be well appointed, with television, dvd players, ensuite bathrooms, and other amenities. Deluxe cabins provide beautiful views of the sea from their above deck position.

A great place to try out liveaboard diving in Thailand is Phuket. Phuket is an island that has an international airport. On the island there are many night clubs, and there are also tons of great scuba locations to try out.

The yachts that offer liveaboards Phuket include all the services you require for a fantastic dive including a wide stern dive platform, several exit ladders and showers that use fresh water. A camera rinse tank is provided for photographers and there is plenty of space allowed for assembling and taking apart your equipment.

Following an unforgettable dive you can take pleasure in the boat's evening offerings like delectable meals served in both the local and western style, communal rooms with libraries and musical entertainment and movies. Or you can simply unwind on deck and relate the day's experiences to your cohorts.

Real life diving in Thailand is an adventure like nothing else. It's perfect for someone who loves to scuba dive, but who feels like they've already seen it all. Go there in style on board a luxury cruise.

If you're a scuba diving enthusiast who wants the ultimate experience then you needn't look any further. The liveaboard diving Thailand experience is something you have to do if you have been searching for a memorable diving vacation. You will not only experience the tastes and culture of Thailand, but you will also explore some of the most thrilling diving spots on earth, all while in the comfort of your chartered vessel. The yachts that offer liveaboards Phuket include all the services you require for a fantastic liveaboard diving Phuket experience including a wide stern dive platform, several exit ladders and showers that use fresh water.

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