Dived with MV Dolphin Queen February 2023 - 280 days ago
In February/March 2023 I did two liveaboards on different ships. I was picked up from the airport on time and taken to the diving center. There I was able to pack my diving equipment in a box and put my suitcase down safely. With the diving equipment and my small backpack, with spare clothes, washing bag, camera medication, etc., I was brought onto the ship with my fellow passengers. There the cabins were distributed and then there was a briefing on the itinerary and the events on the ship. The cabins are small and there is little counter space and no storage space, but everything was clean. The 3 wet cells were sufficient and always clean (I'm very picky about that). The whole crew was always friendly and helpful. The food was varied and sufficient, unfortunately only lukewarm to cold. As an excuse you can name the size of the kitchen, there is not even a broom closet. The diving groups were well divided and small. The dive guides were attentive. However, the briefing was rather a lot of talk about sea creatures that you "might" see, the actual information was often patchy. The diving platform was very small and there was always a challenge before and after the dive. All in all it was a nice liveaboard that you can recommend. No Troubles Just Bubbles team with Jamie also did a good job. Thanks!
Visited dive sites: Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Surin Islands on a 5 Days / 5 Nights Liveaboard Trip in Thailand.