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Andaman Islands- 8 nights- Port Blair to Port Blair Up to 28 Dives including 5 night dives
Day 1 Arrive Port Blair

Meet a member of the crew at the Fortune Bay Hotel at noon. Arrange the Harbour Master Administration, transfer to the port and board the SY Siren. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from our friendly crew. The boat briefing is followed by dinner and enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure. Depart for South Button Island

Day 2 South Button Island

Dives 1 and 2- South Button Island: featuring the beautiful spine-cheek anemone fish, mobula rays, tuna, grouper and Napoleon wrasse. Dive 3 - Campbell Shoal Ridge: Large school's of snapper and sweetlips Depart for Narcondam Island

Day 3 Narcondam Island- Lighthouse, NE Point, HQ Pinnacle, HQ Beach

Up to 4 dives around Narcondam Island. Pristine hard and soft corals, an extensive variety and plethora of fish including giant groupers, purple fire dart gobies, schools of tunas, grey and white tip reef sharks and manta rays. Depart for Barren Island

Day 4 & 5 Barren Island- NE Corner, Beach Bommies, NW Wall, North Exploration.

Two days and up to 7 dives around Barren Island: still an active volcano with stunning scenery above and below water. The depth of Barren Island drops to over 1000m with big, deep walls, ridges and sloping reefs. It is a magnet for large pelagics including manta rays. Enjoy the beauty of Purple Haze with an abundance of purple soft coral that glow against the black sands. Hawksbill turtles, banded sea kraits, bumphead parrot fish, garden eels and much more can all be seen here. Depart- Afternoon for Passage Island

Day 6 & 7 Passage Island
  • Dive 1- Passage Island: Schools of eagle and mobula rays often patrol the reef, large schools of parrotfish and Napoleon wrasse.
  • Dive 2- Fish Rock: Large schools of tuna, trevally, rainbow runners, groupers and snappers and beautiful soft corals and white tip reef sharks.
  • Dive 3- Sister Island: Shallow reef dive
  • Dive 4- Eagle Nest Bay - Night Dive: Barracuda, red reef crab and fimbriated moray eels. Dive up to 4 more times at some of your favourite spots around Passage Island or even perhaps discover a new site, before heading to Havelock Island.
Day 8 Havelock Island
  • Dive 1- Dixon's Pinnacle: Be amazed at the variety and amounts of schooling fish.
  • Dive 2- Crazy Girl: Be amidst a large school of chevron barracudas and large potato groupers. Big-eye trevally, banded sea kraits and even dolphins can possibly be seen.
  • Dive 3- The Wall: Napoleon wrasse, octopi and spine-cheek anemone fish.
  • Dive 4- Havelock Island: Dive the sandy bay of Havelock at dusk and discover ghost pipe fish, interesting nudibranchs, flounders and rays. Sunset- Opportunity to visit beach number 7 and enjoy the sunset. In the evening enjoy a BBQ on the boat.
Day 9 Wreck Dive and Disembark in Port Blair

Dive 1- Wreck dive on an old steam liner, at Middle Andaman. Maximum depth will be 18 metres and the visibility can range from 10m to a possible 20m. Giant groupers, giant sweetlips and schools of snapper can be seen.

Three hour cruise and sail to Port Blair, disembark the SY Siren after lunch and transfer to your hotel.

Day 10 Port Blair

Guests can either catch their connecting flight to Chennai or Calcutta or stay longer to enjoy the beauty of the Andaman Islands.


ANDAMAN ISLANDS 9 NIGHTS INDIA

The following is a sample itinerary of where you might dive during your holiday with us. We wish to show you the very best diving but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director's decision of which route the yacht takes. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest's requests are respected.

Andaman Islands- 9 nights- Port Blair to Port Blair Up to 32 Dives including up to 6 night dives
Day 1 Arrive Port Blair

Meet a member of the crew at the Fortune Bay Hotel at noon. Arrange the Harbour Master Administration, transfer to the port and board the SY Siren. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from our friendly crew. The boat briefing is followed by dinner and enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure. Depart for South Button Island

Day 2 Similan Islands

Do up to 4 dives starting with a check out dive at Anita's Reef. Colourful coral gardens are scattered along white powdery sand creating beautiful natural scenery. The highlight of this site is a huge coral bommie that is covered with gorgeous fans and soft corals, and home to a wide variety of friendly reef fish. Dive East of Eden, considered to be the most scenic dive in the Similans. Scenery is excellent throughout both the deep and shallow areas, with a good variety of hard corals, accented by some impressive soft corals and fans here and there. Elephant Head Rock is probably one of the most popular dive-sites. There are numerous swim-through and alley-ways under and in-between some of the boulders and one can spend a whole dive by just exploring those.

Day 3 & 4 Narcondam Island- Lighthouse, NE Point, HQ Pinnacle, HQ Beach, Ooo la la and South Point

Two days and up to 8 dives around Narcondam Island. Pristine hard and soft corals, an extensive variety and plethora of fish including giant groupers, purple fire dart gobies, schools of tunas, grey and white tip reef sharks and manta rays.

Depart for Barren Island

Day 5 & 6 Barren Island- NE Corner, Beach Bommies, NW Wall, North Exploration.

Two days and up to 7 Dives around Barren Island: still an active volcano with stunning scenery above and below water. The depth of Barren Island drops to over 1000m with big, deep walls, ridges and sloping reefs. It is a magnet for large pelagics including manta rays. Enjoy the beauty of Purple Haze with an abundance of purple soft coral that glow against the black sands. Hawksbill turtles, banded sea kraits, bumphead, parrot fish, garden eels and much more can all be seen here.

Depart- Afternoon for Passage Island

Day 7 & 8 Passage Island
  • Dive 1- Passage Island: Schools of eagle and mobula rays patrol the reef, large schools of parrotfish and Napoleon wrasse.
  • Dive 2- Fish Rock: Large schools of tuna, trevally, rainbow runners, groupers and snappers, beautiful soft corals and white tip reef sharks.
  • Dive 3- Sister Island: Shallow reef dive
  • Dive 4- Eagle Nest Bay - Night Dive: Barracuda, red reef crab and fimbriated moray eels. Dive up to 4 more times at some of your favourite spots around Passage Island or even perhaps discover a new site, before heading to Havelock Island.
Day 9 Havelock Island
  • Dive 1- Dixon's Pinnacle: Be amazed at the variety and amounts of schooling fish.
  • Dive 2- Crazy Girl: Be amidst a large school of chevron barracudas and large potato groupers. Big eye trevally, banded sea kraits and even dolphins can possibly be seen.
  • Dive 3- The Wall: Napoleon wrasse, octopi, spine-cheek anemone fish.
  • Dive 4- Havelock Island: Dive the sandy bay of Havelock at dusk and discover ghost pipe fish, interesting nudibranchs, flounders and rays. Sunset- Opportunity to visit beach number 7 and enjoy the sunset. In the evening enjoy a BBQ on the boat and start planning your next adventure aboard the Siren Fleet.
Day 10 Wreck Dive and Disembark in port Blair

Dive 1- Wreck dive on an old steam liner, at Middle Andaman. Maximum depth will be 18 metres and the visibility can range from 10m to a possible 20m. Giant groupers, giant sweetlips and schools of snapper can be seen.

Three hour cruise and sail to Port Blair, disembark the SY Siren after lunch and transfer to your hotel.

Day 11 Port Blair

Guests can either catch their connecting flight to Chennai or Calcutta or stay longer to enjoy the beauty of the Andaman Islands.


SIMILIAN ISLANDS AND MERGUI ARCHIPELAGO 10 NIGHTS THAILAND AND BURMA

The following is a sample itinerary of where you might dive during your holiday with us. We wish to show you the very best diving but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director's decision of which route the yacht takes. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest's requests are respected.

Similian Islands and Mergui Archipelago- 10 Nights- Phuket to Phuket Up to 31 Dives including up to 5 night dives
Day 1 Arrive Chalong

Meet members of the crew near the Chalong Pier, where the office is situated, at 1 p.m. Board the SY Oriental Siren around 2 p.m. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from our friendly crew. The boat briefing is followed by dinner and enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure.

Day 2 Similan Islands

Do up to 4 dives starting with a check out dive at Anita's Reef. Colourful coral gardens are scattered along white powdery sand creating beautiful natural scenery. The highlight of this site is a huge coral bommie that is covered with gorgeous fans and soft corals, and home to a wide variety of friendly reef fish. Dive East of Eden, considered to be the most scenic dive in the Similans. Scenery is excellent throughout both the deep and shallow areas, with a good variety of hard corals, accented by some impressive soft corals and fans here and there. Elephant Head Rock is probably one of the most popular dive-sites. There are numerous swim-through and alley-ways under and in-between some of the boulders and one can spend a whole dive by just exploring those.

Day 3

Similan Islands

Boulder City features underwater terrain characterized by rocks—huge, rounded chunks of granite that are scattered over quite a large area. Blue spotted stingrays and zebra sharks are often seen here. Schooling surgeon fish, snappers, pyramid butterfly fish and fusiliers can sometimes be seen in mid-water. Then head to Koh Bon for two dives, one at the Pinnacle, the other at West Ridge. This site is known for manta ray sightings but offers up plenty more should they not put in an appearance. Zebra sharks and nurse sharks may be seen in deeper parts. End the day at Koh Tachai and Twin Peaks. Often good for schooling fish, this site is also known for occasional sightings of zebra sharks, mantas, and even whale sharks.

Day 4

Richelieu Rock

Dependant on the weather we aim to dive 2 or 3 dives at Richelieu Rock, Thailand's most known dive site. This limestone pinnacle was named by Jacques Cousteau after the character in the Three Musketeers, Cardinal Richelieu, as it reminded him of his deep scarlet cape. There are gorgeous purple dendronepthya soft corals covering most of the pinnacle and other areas covered in magnificent sea anemones as well. Barely breaking the surface at low tide, this horseshoe- shaped outcropping, slopes steeply to a sandy bottom at 18 to 35 meters (60-120 Ft). This site offers great diversity for such a small and isolated spot. It also offers excellent multi-level diving and, because it's a high-profile reef, there's always sheltered areas to hide from current. The marine life is prolific and includes amongst, many other things; Pharaoh cuttlefish, large octopi, all 5 varieties of anemone fish of the Andaman Sea, variety of moray eels, ornate ghostpipe fishes, smashing mantis shrimps, harlequin shrimps, tiger tail sea horses, Spanish mackerel, frog fish, many schooling snapper and occasional sightings of manta rays and whale sharks. Depart for safe anchorage near the Burmese border

Day 5

Leave Thailand and enter Burma

Depart early morning for the border, sort our paper work out and on being cleared we head to the Mergui Archipelago. Two dives in the afternoon at High Rock which is a small, picturesque islet distinguished by a single tree; this site seldom has very good visibility, but is extremely rich with marine life. Of particular interest is the north side, where the vertical wall drops to 18 meters. Just away from the rock is a forest of green tubastrea coral trees, accented by black corals, sponges and occasional fans. This area is often teeming with schooling fusiliers, sometimes pursued by blue-fin trevally, queen fish and various snappers. Invertebrates like nudibranchs, flatworms and mantis shrimp are common, and harlequin shrimp have been found here as well. Move slowly and look carefully, and you may even find a tiger-tail seahorse, frog fish or ghost pipe fish. Moving back to the wall, there are interesting overhangs and pinnacles, most of which are covered with orange tubastrea corals.

Day 6, 7, and 8

Mergui Archipelago

Three days in the Mergui Archipelago making up to 12 dives at sites such as:

Three Islets: marine life is extremely rich and diverse all around this site, which features three different rocky islets with vertical walls as well as sloping reef. Many areas are populated with fields of anemones, which are home to five different species of anemone fish. Elsewhere, large tubastrea coral trees sprout from the rocky terrain, accompanied by crinoids, gorgonian fans and pastel green rope sponge. Tiger tail sea horses are often encountered on the deep edges of the slope, as are many varieties of morays—often several species in the same hole. Cuttlefish may be found at nearly any depth, sometimes courting and mating. Ornate ghostpipe fishes, cowrie shells, octopi, reef squid, jaw fish, porcelain crabs, long nose pipe fish, and mantis shrimps are often seen at this site. Scorpion fish are very abundant, so watch where you place your hands! Between the three pinnacles and surrounding bottom, this site easily warrants a full day of diving.

Black Rock stands alone in the Andaman Sea 100 miles North West of the Thai-Burmese border town of Kawthaung. Black Rock acts as a natural magnet for fish and other marine life. An excellent multi-level site, you can start your dive anywhere around the perimeter, depending on currents. Underwater terrain on the south side consists of vertical wall down to roughly 27m, where it becomes a more gradual slope. Just off the south-west corner is a particularly interesting area, where a detached rock formation rises from very deep water to about 24m. These rocks are covered with small, vibrant soft corals, and often attract schooling snappers and rainbow runners. Back at the main islet, deeper sections are decorated with orange gorgonian fans, along with fields of corallimorpharians on the sloping west and north sides. At the eastern tip, watch for vast numbers of magnificent anemones, especially at dawn and dusk when they show off their colourful bases. A wide range of invertebrate life can be found at Black Rock, including smashing and spearing mantis shrimp, spiny lobsters, hermit crabs, sea stars, cowrie shells, harlequin shrimp, octopus and cuttlefish. During safety stops, move slowly along the eastern and western ends of the south wall to find brilliantly coloured elegant hermit crabs and a variety of nudibranchs, as well as golden wenteltrap snails that feed on the orange cup coral. Fish life is also abundant and varied, with a chance to see almost anything from scorpion fish and giant morays to marbled sting rays. Mantas and even whale sharks are also sometimes visitors of this site.

Fan Forest Pinnacle, as the name suggests, is a submerged pinnacle famous for the amount of sea-fans here. The biggest gorgonians are in deeper waters around 20 m and below. They are very healthy and support a large variety of marine life including feather stars, cowries, hawkfish and shrimps. Schooling fish include snapper, trevally, rainbow runners and fusiliers. Moray eels and scorpion fish are also numerous. On the deeper reef edges white tip reef sharks and zebra sharks can be seen with fair frequency. Wherever you are at this site, keep an eye on the blue water for schooling barracuda and occasional visits from mantas, eagle rays and even whale sharks.

Western Rocky; dramatic underwater terrain greets you at this excellent dive site, which consists of a main islet plus several detached pinnacles. Among the more striking features of the main islet is a huge underwater archway where schooling snapper often hang out. There is also a tunnel leading from one side of the island to the other, but as it is silty and completely dark in the middle, it should be avoided unless you are properly equipped and Cave Diver certified. The soft limestone island is riddled with holes and crevices, providing hiding places for hinge-beak, saron and harlequin shrimps, thorny oysters, cowrie shells, nudibranchs, spiny lobsters and moray eels. Large gorgonian fans and lush soft corals populate many of the deeper areas, while shallow portions of the south side wall are covered with orange cup corals and colourful encrusting sponges. Fish life can include almost anything from ornate ghost pipefish to frog fish to schooling batfish. Western Rocky is one of the very few places where, if one is lucky, the elusive bowmouth guitar fish and the golden moray eel can be seen.

Day 9

Leave Burma and return to Thailand

On leaving Burma we make our way back to the Surin Islands. Depending on conditions we may stop off again at Richelieu Rock or dive other sites such as Koh Torinla Ridge, Koh Torinla East or Koh Chi. We head back to the Similan Islands after our last dive.

Day 10

Disembark Chalong

After breakfast say your farewells and disembark the SY Oriental Siren. Depart around 10 a.m.


BEST OF THAILAND 10 NIGHTS THAILAND

The following is a sample itinerary of where you might dive during your holiday with us. We wish to show you the very best diving but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director's decision of which route the yacht takes. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest's requests are respected.

Best of Thailand - 10 Nights - Phuket to Phuket Up to 32 Dives including up to 5 night dives
Day 1

Arrive Chalong

Meet members of the crew near the Chalong Pier, where the office is situated, at 1 p.m. Board the SY Oriental Siren around 2 p.m. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from our friendly crew. The boat briefing is followed by dinner and enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure.

Day 2

Phi Phi Islands

A check dive followed by a further three dives to sites such as Koh Bida Nohk, Koh Bida Nai, Phi Phi Lay and Ao Maya. An opportunity to observe leopard (zebra) sharks, tigertail seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish, cornet fish, octopus, scorpion fish, blue fin trevally, barracudas and more.

Day 3

Koh Ha Yai and Koh Ha Noi

Enjoy a wonderful day diving these sites with likely sightings of: parrot fish, scorpion fish, trumpet fish, cuttlefish, squid, ornate ghost pipefish, moray eels, sting rays, snappers and angel fish. Spend 4 dives around these islands.

Day 4

Hin Daeng and Hin Muang

This site is known for manta rays but whether they are sighted or not the sites offer the following: Oceanic trigger fish, giant moray eels, pharaoh cuttlefish, schooling rainbow runners and snappers, pick-handle barracudas, groupers, fusiliers and blue fin trevally. Depart after the third dive to the Similan Islands

Day 5

Similan Islands

The above water scenery changes to stunningly beautiful white sandy beaches with small forested areas. Enjoy taking the kayaks out and navigate around the islands during your surface intervals. Dive some of the following sites; Boulder City, Sharkfin Reef, Anita's Reef and Honeymoon Bay. Under the surface you may see: Leopard (zebra) shark, blue spotted stingrays, clown trigger fish, rabbit fish, scorpion fish, snappers, emperor fish, giant trevally and angelfish. The coral gardens, bommies and boulder formations are wonderful to dive.

Day 6

Similan Islands- Koh Bon, Koh Tachai – 4 dives

Koh Bon and Koh Tachai are also dive sites where manta rays might be seen. Also enjoy: Napoleon wrasse, sweetlips, octopus, blue fin trevally, giant moray eels, great barracudas, fire dart goby, popcorn shrimp, spiny lobster and nudibranchs of many type. The dive sites vary from wall diving to gently sloping reefs and from submerged boulders to coral gardens. Spend 4 dives around these islands before departing to our overnight spot close to Richelieu Rock.

Day 7

Richelieu Rock – 4 dives

Richelieu Rock. This limestone pinnacle was named by Jacques Cousteau after the character in the Three Musketeers, Cardinal Richelieu, as it reminded him of his deep scarlet cape. There are gorgeous purple dendronepthya soft corals covering most of the pinnacle and other areas covered in magnificent sea anemones as well. Barely breaking the surface at low tide, this horseshoe- shaped outcropping, slopes steeply to a sandy bottom at 18 to 35 meters (60-120 Ft). This site offers great diversity for such a small and isolated spot. It also offers excellent multi-level diving and, because it's a high-profile reef, there's always sheltered areas to hide from current. The marine life is prolific and includes amongst, many other things; Pharaoh cuttlefish, large octopi, all 5 varieties of anemone fish of the Andaman Sea, variety of moray eels, ornate ghost pipefish, smashing mantis shrimps, harlequin shrimps, tiger tail sea horses, Spanish mackerel, frog fish, many schooling snapper and occasional sightings of manta rays and whale sharks.

Day 8

Similan Islands

We stop off again at Koh Tachai and Koh Bon to look for manta rays before heading to Three Trees and a suitable spot for a night dive. Three Trees has a wonderful coral garden on a gentle slope with some patchy sandy areas. With luck you might see sharks, Napoleon wrasse, porcelain crabs, smashing mantis shrimp, bluefin trevally, fusiliers and more.

Day 9 & 10

Similan Islands

Elephant Head Rock, visible from the surface, is the biggest pinnacle in the Similans and has some great swim-throughs. If lucky and in the water early you might see some white tip reef sharks. Batfish, trevally and barracuda can often be seen on the perimeter of the boulders. If you look closely in the cracks and in the rubble you might see smashing mantis shrimp, porcelain crab, moray eels and cleaner shrimp. East of Eden has an amazing pinnacle, the Ruan Gluay Mai which is covered with colourful soft corals and sea fans. A great site for macro subjects and shoals of fusiliers and trevallies dart in and out. Elephant's Head Rock, West of Eden and East of Eden will be the last days diving sites before we depart to Chalong overnight. The number of dives you do is dependent on your onward flight arrangements. In the evening enjoy a BBQ on the boat and start planning your next adventure aboard the Siren Fleet.

Day 11

Disembark Chalong

After breakfast say your farewells and disembark the SY Oriental Siren. Depart around 10 a.m.

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Vessel Specifications
Boat name SY ORIENTAL SIREN
Build Year 2007
Length 34.5m
Draft 2.8m
Speed ( Knots) 10
Refit 169 ITC
Width Detroit Diesel 6V92, 350 hp
Weight (tonnes) 159
Cruising 8

Our Crew
Captain 1
Chef 1
Deckhand 2
Housekeeper/ Massage 2
Cruise Director/ Instructor 1
Engineer 1
Dinghy Driver 2
Host 1
Dive Guides 2
Guest:Guide Ratio 5:1
Languages English, German, Spanish, Cantonese, Malay, Mandarin, Chinese

Technical Specifications
Engines HINO 10 Cylinder 500HP
Generators (24hrs) 3 HINO / 1x40KW, 2X65KW
Water Storage (tonnes) 7
Water maker per day 6000Ltrs
Nitrox Membrane Coltrisub
Fuel type Diesel
Fuel Capacity 12,000Ltrs
Electricity (v) 220V
Plug Description 2 and 3 pin sockets
Adapters available Yes in all suites

Diving
Scuba tanks 12l 25
Scuba tanks 15l 4
Valve fitting DIN + INT
Nitrox Yes
Rebreather friendly? No
Fuel Capacity 12,000Ltrs
Electricity (v) 220V
Plug Description 2 and 3 pin sockets
Adapters available Yes in all suites

Equipment
Equipment Brand Style Sizes available Charge
BCD Aqualung Wave XS- XXL FOC
Regulator Aqualung Calypso   FOC
Fins Different Brands Full & open heel XS- XXL FOC
Masks Different Brands     FOC
Wetsuits Different Brands 3mm shorty S-XXL FOC
Computer Suunto Zoop   5euro per day
Dive Torch Different Brands     5euro per day

Tenders
Number of Dinghies 2
Passenger Capacity 12
Engine Brand Yamaha
Engine Size (HP) 60HP & 115HP

Dive Training
Courses Offered Nitrox Advanced Open Water
Charge ( non Commissionable) Incl. Book & Certification Nitrox: 150EUR
Advanced: 150EUR

Dive Deck
No. Of Diver Spaces 14
Individual Storage 14
Fresh water Shower 3
Toilets 2
Camera Set up Area Yes
Camera rinse Tank 2
Rinse tanks 2
Cleaning Materials Yes
Adapters available Steps
Ladders to platform Yes

Communal Areas
Saloon/Lounge No A/c ,Main and Upper Deck
Personal Storage Camera Set up,Charging Station In Saloon
Restaurant/Dining No A/c,Main & Dive Deck
Shaded Areas Open air ,Main Deck
Sun Deck 6 Loungers ,Upper Deck
Additional numbered deck towel provided daily, more on request.

Entertainment and Communications
TV Yes
Movies Yes
Music Yes
FISh ID books Yes
Internet Yes
Mobile Phone coverage Depends on location
VCR DVD
Books Full library
Games Collection
Magazines/ Guide books Yes
Satellite Phone Thuraya

Cabins (all a/c)
Double 3
Twin 2
Triple 2
Computer Yes
Photo Editing Yes
Movies Yes
Hairdryer Yes
Bathrobe Yes
Towels Yes
Shampoo No
Conditioner No
Body wash Yes
Personal Safe Yes
Luggage Storage Yes
Personal item Storage Yes
Reading Light Yes
Music Yes
Emergency lighting Yes
Cleaned Daily, Additional blanket/ duvet / pillows available on request

Safety & Health
Life rafts 2X 25 Man
Life vest 80
Life Rings 6
EPIRB Yes
Emergency Packs 2
Radios 9
Emergency Assistance Plan Yes
First Aid Kit Full stocked
O2 Kit 2
Continuous Flow/ Demand Valve both
Fire Extinguishers 20 In Every Cabin and public area
Smoke Detectors In every Cabin

Food and Beverage
Meals Included Breakfast Lunch Snacks Dinner
Meal Times 7.30am light breakfast before briefing and first dive and more substantial after first dive at 10am 13:30 16:00 19:30
All diets Catered for Yes Prior notice Required Yes
Cuisine Thai, Asian
Tea / Herbal Teas Black, green, ginger Coffee Fresh brewed and instant
Soft Drinks Coke, coke light, sprite, tonic, fruit juice Water Fresh & Soda
Alcohol Beer
Wine
Spirits
Cocktails
Local brand
Red & White
International
Menu
Additional Charge FOC
30EUR
4EUR
5EUR
Check In Day Meals Snack and Dinner
Check Out day Meals Breakfast

Activities
Massage 15 Euro per hour
Waterskiing 12 Euro per 15 mins
Kayaking FOC

Boat Layout


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