Phuket Liveaboard #1

Phuket Liveaboard Diving with Seaking Divers Thailand. Welcome to our brandnew liveaboard "MV Phoenix"!

Other option: Diving in Sipadan Liveaboard

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Manta Ray #2

Koh Bon Island close to the Similans is the best dive spot for Manta Ray sightings.

Manta Ray #2 Manta Ray #2

Whale Shark #3

Whale Sharks mostly spotted in Richelieu Rock near Surin Island.

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Sunset at Similan #4

Similan & Surin Island National Park beautiful sceneries.

Sunset at Similan #4 Sunset at Similan #4

Donald Duck Bay #5

Visit Island No. 8 "Donald Duck Bay" with white powder sandy beach and view point overlooking the Andaman Sea

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Phuket Liveaboard Diving, Daytrips & Scuba Dive Courses, Seaking Divers Thailand


Welcome to Sea King Divers.

Our scuba diving centre is offering live aboard trips, day trips and courses, with multi-lingual instructors and divemasters, located in Phuket, Thailand.

Excellent customer service and safety are our ultimate goals – marine conservation is paramount.

We offer 4 days of liveaboard diving or Phuket boat charter for longer trips the whole year round.  Our safari boat cruises to the Similan Islands and Surin Island National Park and to Phi Phi Islands/Hin Daeng/Hin Muang in the high season (October – May) some of the best scuba diving destinations in the world. In the green season (Mai – September) we offer 4 days and 5 days of liveaboard to Phi Phi Island, Hin Daeng/Hin Muang, Tarutao and Koh Lipe with spectacular dive sites.
NEW: Now Nitrox is available on our liveaboard.

A wide variety of daytrip diving and overnight dive tours around Phuket, Phi Phi Islands and now the Similan Islands are available. Our friendly team of multilingual Dive Instructors teach the full range of PADI scuba diving courses in our air conditioned Phuket dive centre.

The tropical climate in Thailand keeps the sea relatively warm, which is an important factor for Phuket diving. The seabed has many configurations of cliffs, caves steep drop-offs, wrecks, grottos and vast coral gardens which provide for an abundance of dive Phuket profiles. Thailand’s and Burma seas are plankton rich, attracting the awe inspiring whale sharks, manta rays, and a host of other pelagic fish. Good visibility will delight underwater photographers and marine naturalists.

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Phuket Liveaboard Diving Paradise

Phuket Thailand is considered by many as the Pearl of the Andaman Sea and is the richest, most western province in southern Thailand; an exotic and magical paradise. Warm clear water, a wonderland of lush vegetation and tropical creatures, spectacular scenery, fabulous Thai food and a complete range of holiday resorts all in one special location. Phuket island boasts international standard accommodation, restaurants, shopping, hospitals, recompression chambers, tours, travel and action adventure activities. It’s beauty is only surpassed by the warm and friendly nature of its welcoming hosts. With direct access to the Similan Islands, Phang Nga Bay, and the southern islands, Phuket has been considered for years as the perfect base for divers to enjoy their holiday from start to end.

Great Diving Destinations Phuket Liveaboard Diving in the Andaman Sea and Mergui Archipelago (Burma)

The Andaman Sea dive destinations offer pure diving pleasure and liveaboard diving expeditions to the famous premier divesites such as Similan Islands, Surin Islands, Richelieu Rock in the Northwest region of Thailand. Read article about amazing divesites such as Hin Daeng, Hin Muang and Koh Ha in the Southeast of Phuket.

Around Phuket, there are equally exciting dive day trips to excellent dive sites. Phi Phi Island and Krabi are easly reached by ferry, Phuket liveaboard or daytrip dive boat and has spectacular rock formations. Racha Yai and Racha Noi have inviting crystal clear water for diving and snorkelling, and is suitable for Phuket dive beginners. Dive sites such as King Cruiser Wreck, Shark Point, Anemone Reef and Koh Doc Mai are located in the East of Phuket and offer colorful coral reefs and a variety of marine life.

  • We can offer great services from courses to extended diving trips.
  • Highly experienced & professional Divemasters and Dive Instructors.
  • Benefit from the local knowledge above and below the water from people who live here.
  • Personal care and attention from the owner and his friendly & helpful staff.
  • Uncompromising safety standards, good quality regularly serviced equipment.

If you are looking for exciting diving, special attention to each and every diver, professionalism with safety as the highest priority, and a wide variety of options. If you feel this is ideal for you, then please join us at Seaking Divers.

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We would like to provide you with the best Phuket diving information, so if you cannot find what you are looking for contact us because we are happy to help that you enjoy your holiday.

We are glad to welcome you to Phuket Thailand, the Land of Smiles, and friendly people.

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Liveaboard Trip to Kho Haa


Liveaboard trip with Seaking Divers to Koh Haa, Hin Daeng and Hin Muang
Phuket Gazette article & photos by Isaac Stone Simonelli

PHUKET: Our dive team surfaces into the blackness of “The Cathedral”, torch beams bounce off the yellow walls and catch stalactites hanging from the ceiling like delicate icicles well above us.

With BCDs inflated the team relaxes. Below, the water glows, changing from a sapphire blue to an emerald green within the depths – this is Koh Haa Yai.

In Phuket, or almost anywhere off Thailand’s Andaman coast, if you hear about someone heading out on a liveaboard you assume they are headed up to the (now recently re-opened for the season) Similan National Park.
Seaking Liveaboard Phuket Thailand
The Similans continue to be ranked as one of the top diving destinations in the world. However, such a distraction means that “hidden” treasures like the startling beautiful dive sites of Koh Haa (Five Islands) are left unexplored by many of our Phuket’s divers and visitors.

Our southbound liveaboard “M/V Phoenix” operated by Seaking Divers leaves Chalong Pier wrapped up in the dark of Friday night, we anchor off of Koh Phi Phi for our morning dive and then move toward Koh Haa’s five uninhabited limestone outcroppings.

With no night dives on the books for Friday, the boat’s guests crack the seals on a couple bottles and start fantasizing about the mega fauna that is also known to visit the islands. Black tip sharks, leopard sharks and manta rays all get their fair mention, but most on the boat are holding out for a whale shark.

Thankfully, no one was holding their breath.

Charismatic mega fauna is hit or miss even in places like the Similans. So a dive site or trip that only offers you a chance at spotting these incredible creatures, and nothing else, is a dangerous holiday gamble. Our trip, despite not giving us “standard” bragging rights of sharks, left the whole boat buzzing with excitement.

Our group of divers float at the ocean’s surface waiting to descend for a second dive at Koh Haa Yai. The deep bottom, 30 meters below, is clearly visible. At the surface, we work our way toward the rock faces jutting out of the ocean, watching the bottom rise to about 18 meters where it meets the cavernous entrance to

 ”The Cathedral”Phuket Liveaboard Diving

Submerged, our group of divers scours the walls of the entrance, where the light begins to fade, searching for nudibranchs and ornate ghost pipe fish. In the middle of the enormous cave, a nudibranch, smaller than a child’s finger nail, is caught by a diver’s torch beam as it gyrates in the “open” water.

A slow ascent to 12 meters reveals a large swim through to the cave’s second largest entrance. Hovering at the opening, the blue of the ocean is framed by the jagged edges of the cave entrances on both sides.

A momentary ascent to the surface inside the cave leaves us in the darkness, bubbles from divers below tickle our chins. Immediately you know that this is the moment that will drive the chatter on the boat.

Bobbing at the surface, it was clear that a manta ray or a whale shark wasn’t necessary for inspiration.

The effects of the ocean and the rain over millennia are themselves awe inspiring. A cathedral in its own right, and only accessible to the world through diving.

Isaac Stone Simonelli

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