Liveaboard Diving is what we call a scuba diving trip where you stay on the boat for several days. Life outside the boat, the ‘real life’ seems to fade away as soon as the boat leaves the harbor. Liveaboard trips start from a two days/one night schedule but can also take 10 or more days. In Thailand we find many live aboard operators, most of them located on the west-coast of Thailand. Most of these operators schedule their trips around the Similan Islands and Richelieu Rock. Nevertheless, a few liveaboards go up north to include the Burma Banks, a beautiful diving area which has not even been fully discovered yet. Some liveaboard safari’s go also south and start their adventures on Hin Muang and Hin Deng, then slowly move north to Koh Ha, the Phi Phi Islands, the Similans and then to Surin Island.
How to Find the Right Live Aboard Boat
To find the right boat for your liveaboard safari can be a challenge since there are thousands of websites and hundreds of liveaboard offers on the Internet. Not all of them are recommendable though. We have sorted out the very best liveaboard offers for you on the website Liveaboard Thailand. This collection of boats comes with a full trip description and the most resent schedules for all recommended liveaboard trips in Thailand. You can also find lots of information about the boats and the Similan Islands on this website. Additionally you can also find many pictures and videos from above and from underwater. Diving in the Andaman Sea is a must for every enthusiastic scuba diver.
Liveaboard boats don’t have to be motor vessels! What about dive and sail? Imagine, all the fun of a liveaboard trip in Thailand and the Burma Banks without the noise of an engine running at all times. Gliding through the waters of the Andaman Sea from on beautiful dive site to the next, solely powered by a cool breeze of wind!
Internet Marketing for Liveaboard Operators
If you have come to this article because you own a liveaboard company and you need some serious internet marketing or you find that your boat isn’t listed in the above mentioned website and you feel that it could make a good addition to our collection of liveaboards, please don’t hesitate to contact us