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Here is where we post articles which may be of interest to anyone who is interested in Similan Islands diving. From time to time we are able to offer substantial discounts for last-minute bookings or well in advance which can be found on our Similan Islands Special offers page. In addition, there’s season-long Similan Islands information that can enable divers and potential divers to better understand their different options when choosing a Similan liveaboard. This isn’t just about being in the water, either. Some people like to travel on a budget, and others like to pay for minimum inconvenience. We try our best to give as many details as possible in order for those wanting to dive in the Similan Islands or Richelieu Rock to make the best decision that suits their needs. Finally, there is a section for relevant news topics which may affect (or not) the diving situation in and around the Similan Islands. It’s not uncommon for those in other countries and continents to hear something on the news and worry (or not) unnecessarily. Our news section is impartial and honest at all times.

Leopard sharkMost scuba divers love seeing a shark. But even with the information available today, some people are still afraid of sharks. There are people who believe that anyone foolish enough to go scuba diving may be attacked by these cruel ravenous monsters. Of course, the truth is that sharks have no interest in humans. Incidents involving humans and sharks are extremely rare, and usually a case of mistaken identity. Surfers and those who go spearfishing are most at risk – but never scuba divers. There are several species of sharks in Thailand, including the largest species of fish, the gentle giant known as the Whale Shark. Almost every dive with a shark is a memory to cherish.

Nitrox mix introNowadays you probably see the word ‘Nitrox’ on diving trips and tanks more than you used to. What is Nitrox and its benefits? Compare air to Nitrox mix for scuba diving. Which is best? For those who don’t know what Nitrox is, this page explains in simple terms, and discusses the benefits of using Nitrox. You can also find out about doing the course on a liveaboard and Nitrox certification cost.

different types of liveaboard trips introMost Similan Islands scuba diving liveaboard diving trips have ‘scheduled,’ trip itineraries. This means that everyone stays on the main boat from beginning to end. But there are also some platform boats which offer ‘flexible’ trips. You can join these trips by speedboat on any day and stay as long as you choose. Which type is better depends on your preference, your budget, and your other holiday plans.

thap lamu pier introThap Lamu Pier Similan Islands liveaboard diving main pier is located near Khao Lak, and more than one hour from Phuket. It is not at all exciting or attractive, but its location means it is the best harbour for most Similan Islands diving and snorkelling boats to depart from & return to. It is gradually developing, and now has a few convenience stores, but it is still not somewhere people spend more time than necessary at.

Scuba Diving After Flying is Ok but Not Flying After Diving introThe most-common potential injury from scuba diving is Decompression Sickness, which is caused by excess nitrogen in the body. This is usually caused by unsafe diving profiles, or flying in a plane too soon after scuba diving. Scuba diving after flying is ok, but not flying after diving. This page explains the safety parameter guidelines, plus general advice to avoid any potential health issues caused by scuba diving.

Some Interesting Facts About Clown Fish introEven before the 2003 Pixar movie, Finding Nemo, the Clown Fish was already a diver’s favourite. They are colourful, active, easy to spot, and very photogenic. Clown Fish are among the most-popular fish at The Similans and there are actually several similar species, and divided opinion about which species Nemo is based on. There are also several other ‘facts’ about these fish which haven’t been confirmed by science yet.

learn to dive in thailandDivers around the world have their own opinion and experience of where is the best place to learn to scuba dive, often referred to as ‘Do your PADI.’ While some believe the better dive sites should be enjoyed after some experience, others disagree. The Similan Islands in Thailand are among the Top 10 dive locations in the world, and easily the best in Thailand. However, learning to dive at the Similan Islands is not as easy as it used to be, and unless you commit to joining a liveaboard diving cruise, the cost is much higher than other places in Thailand. To do your PADI Similan Islands learn to scuba dive in Thailand this page has some helpful information that may enable potential divers to better plan their vacation.

DCS the most common serious diving injury is often called The Bends introRecreational scuba diving is very a safe activity for people of nearly all ages. However, there are a few risks which mean that safe scuba diving practice is important to prevent incidents. Some people may presume that running out of air or being attacked by a shark are common risks, but these are extremely unlikely. DCS (Decompression Sickness), the most common serious diving injury, is often called The Bends. This is an injury that is caused by practising unsafe scuba diving, regarding the depth and time spent at depth. It’s absolutely avoidable, and avoiding DCS dictates the planning of every scuba dive.

liveaboard thailand introWith scuba diving increasing in popularity around the world, many divers like to dive as much as possible over a few days. The best way to achieve this is on a diving liveaboard cruise, also known as a diving safari. For a scuba diving liveaboard Thailand is among the best places in the world for several reasons. Of course, the diving is great, but costs are reasonable, including getting to the nearest airport or harbour town. Also, there’s great diving for all levels of scuba diver. Diving at the Similan Islands is the best enjoyed on a liveaboard.

Manta Queen 1 Similan Islands liveaboard diving boatThe largest fleet of Similan diving liveaboards is without doubt the Manta Queen fleet. With seven boats offering 3-5 night diving safaris to the best spots in Thailand, there’s always a trip, cabin choice, and departure date to suit everyone. Every boat has air-conditioned cabins, free Wi-Fi and Nitrox available. Equipment rental fees are the lowest, too.

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