Fun Dive Phuket
All Locations 4000 THB all inclusive
Explore premiere scuba diving locations in Phuket with Sirolodive
Departing daily from Chalong, Phuket, M/V SIROLO is a luxury 25-meter luxury day-trip diving boat designed with everything you need to experience an underwater world of colorful marine life in safety and comfort. This trip visits three different sites daily, allowing certified divers to experience up to 3 dives in a day.
Adventurous snorkellers can explore spectacular coral formations and underwater gardens awash with vibrantly colored marine creatures.
You can choose between various dive sites we offer as per below
Racha Yai & Racha Noi Islands
Dive Sites : Racha Yai and Racha Noi Islands
With dozens of dive sites on each of the islands, you definitely get the best of scuba diving experience in Phuket
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Phi Phi Islands :
DITE SITES : Koh Bida Nai and Bida Nok, Palang Bay, Maya Garden, Loh Samah Dive Sites
Koh Phi Phi offers an expansive range of dive sites with lots of exciting spots where you can discover a large variety of marine life from small and large.
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Anemone Reef :
Dive Site : Submerged Pinnacle in the middle of the Ocean
The depth ranges from 5 to 30m (16 to 100 feet). Because of the quantity, quality and the variety of marine life that lives in the beautiful coral and sea fans that cover the pinnacle, Anemone Reef is the choice site for divers and photographers.
The pinnacle has a north-south orientation, with a small sloped channel close to the south part.
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Shark Point :
This dive site has the most diversity of fish and corals among all Phuket and Phi Phi Islands dive sites. Each pinnacle is 15-20 meters away from others and has areas covered with striking purple and pink soft corals as well as beds of table coral, staghorn coral, coral head and huge sea fans. The average depth is 15m and maximum is 30m.
The dive usually starts from one pinnacle and finishes at the next depending of the currents. As there is a great diversity of marine life, it is almost impossible to cover all the 3 pinnacles in one dive.
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King Cruiser Wreck :
King Cruiser wreck was a passenger ferry servicing the Phuket to Phi Phi Islands route that sank on 4 May 1997 after hitting a submerged rock known as Anemone Reef diving on its way to Phi Phi Islands.
The wreck located near an already popular dive site but it is positioned almost perfectly at a depth between 18 (59 feet) and 35 meters (115 feet).
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Koh Dokmai :
This little limestone island stretches vertically down to 30 meters (100 feet), creating a wall all around. Although the west side, with hard coral extending out from 12 meters (40 feet) to 20 meters (66 feet), is shallower, the east wall is more popular with scuba divers. There are many cracks and crevices along the walls of Koh Dok Mai Phuket at all depths, but the most frequented visit is a big cave and small cave located on the east side of Koh Dok Mai.
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What’s not included :
- Underwater photos and video may be possible from dive staff on the boat as an optional extra, usually 1,000 THB per day
- Pickup/Dropoff additional charges will apply for locations from Surin onwards to Maikhao beach or the North of Phuket
- 600 Baht Per Person in Park Fees for Phi Phi Islands only, payable directly to Park officials when they come on board in Phi Phi Islands.