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Thailand Aggressor offers .... 2019 & 2020

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Thailand Aggressor - 7 night trips
February 1 - 8, 2020  and  December 26 - January 2, 2020

2019 ... Save $800
December 14 - 21, 2019

December 21 - 28, 2019

The Thailand Aggressor has all of the usual amenities of the Aggressor Fleet, ensuring a vacation spirit will envelop you as a pampered guest on the boat ......... read more

The lush, vividly hued soft corals & gigantic sea fans of the Andaman Sea ..surround you while quest for leopard sharks, whitetip & blacktip reef sharks.  And, you'll find a variety of marine life from large to small .... stingrays, guitar rays, leopard sharks  ....large schools of trevallies & barracudas.    pufferfish, lionfish, parrotfish & clownfish .... nudibranchs, pipefish, crabe & shrimps ... plus quite a variety of moray eels.  In the spring, you're likely to have the added treat of migrating whale sharks & manta rays. 

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The Junk & The Phinisi now from only $824

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Year-end Savings from $824
aboard The Junk & The Phinisi
Similan & Surin Islands 4-night itineraries

The Junk – 4 nights – Save 20%  now $824
November 13  &  December 9

The Phinisi – Save 20%  now $824
November 11 – 6 nights – Save 20%   now $1,200
December 9 – 4 nights – Save 20%   now $960


The Junk is a 33-meter sailing boat which accommodates up to 18 divers.  With an experienced crew & great food, The Junk is currently one of the most distinctive boats in Thailand.  She's just undergone a bit of renovation and is looking grand.   The Phinisi, sister vessel to The Junk offers 4 to 10 day itineraries in Thailand and Burma.

The Junk details        The Phinisi details


Similans Park entry requirements .... effective October 2018

Please note goldIMPORTANT NEW Similan Islands Requirements
Thailand has set very specific requirements for divers visiting the Similan Islands. This is due to the effort to manage the impact of tourism on the islands and their wildlife.                                                      read more

The National Park now dictates that a maximum of 525 divers may enter the Similan National Park each day. This means that liveaboard operators have to pre-purchase entry tickets from 60 days prior to a cruise departure.   If you already have a confirmed trip the following details will be required immediately.  I you are planning on booking a trip, they will be required upon confirmation of your booking:

  • name as seen on your passport
  • passport number
  • date of birth
  • diving certification
  • paper copies or original cards of dive insurance & dive certification

Without these details the liveaboards reservations team will be unable to purchase an entry ticket for you. While travelling, you need to have your documents with you for inspection by park rangers or risk being barred from diving.

We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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