We have daily boat trips by wooden boat on which we visit different dive- and snorkel spots. On our regular daytrips we offer a lunchbuffet, hot and drinks, snacks and fruit. For some specific trips we stop for lunch in a restaurant.
Divers are guided by the dive master and are diving in small groups. All nessecary dive equipment is included, not included is a dive computer which can be rented. Next to the dive gear we offer cameras for rent or we can provide you the pictures of your diving day on sd card taken by one of our staff.
Snorkelers get full equipment: mask, snorkel and fins. There is a snorkel briefing before you enter the water and a local snorkel guide to show you the best spots.
Diving and snorkeling is done from the same boat, 80% of the dive sites are also very good snorkel sites. If we are going to dive the deeper sites then we take the divers there with our small speedboat and the wooden boat stays with the snorkelers, for their safety and comfort.
For those who prefer to do only one dive it is possible to do a dive off the beach. All we need to check is that there is a guide available and... down we go.
The half day trip on Koh Kood offers two dives and two snorkel spots. We leave in the morning and after 25 min. we'll reach the first spot. The boat will be back around 3pm.
The trip to Koh Rang National Park will take a full day, the boat trip out is a bit longer, we make 3 stops (2 dives) in the park. We should be back on Koh Kood around 5 pm. The surroundings in Koh Rang are great: nice views, lovely bays, great beaches and of course very nice coral reefs for diving and snorkeling.
The boat ride to Koh Chang is quite long, so to make it worth the effort we do 3 dives , one of the the popular HTMS Chang shipwreck. Although it is quite a long day the divesites on this trip make up for it!
Sometimes we dive/ snorkel at the closer island Koh Mak. The boat ride here is less than an hour. There are only a few dive spots, so we make this trip mostly on request. Between the dives we can take a break on Koh Mak.