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The most romantic liveaboard sailing around Thailand is the very luxury Diva Andaman with champagne as standard and chocolates on the pillow at night divers are guaranteed absolute perfection... More details
Ten years of exploring Indonesian waters guarantees diver satisfaction on board the Mermaid II liveaboard. Komodo National Park is a divers dream destination and Mermaid II will take you there and more... More details

Asia Pacific – The best diving in the world

Asia Pacific is the part of the world that covers the Western Pacific Ocean including East Asia, South East Asia and Oceania. This area is home to the most diverse diving the world oceans have to offer from diving with Whale Sharks in the Similan Islands to the deep wrecks of the South China Sea you will find eight world diving wonders you will not want to miss. The Asia Pacific region gives divers many good reasons to return time and time again and each area provides a very unique diving and holidaying experience. Your Asia Pacific diving regions include, Burma, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

Famous for the Similan Islands in the north often voted one of the top ten dive sites of the world and the place most will encounter a Whale Shark or two. Phi Phi in the South offers shorter liveaboard trips... More Details


Malaysia

Schools of Hammer Head Sharks, Treasure Sharks, Devil Rays and World War II Ship Wrecks await you in Malaysian waters including the famous Sipadan dive region and Borneo Banks... More Details

Indonesia

Liveaboards will take you on a magical journey around the Komodo National Park, Nusa Tenggara and remote islands. Experience sharks & mantas in the ocean and komodo dragons on land... More Details

Burma

The Mergui Archipelago and Burma Banks is famous for its vast array of shark species, manta rays and macro life only accessible via liveaboards and usually doubled with a Similan trip... More Details


     
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