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Sea Bees Diving

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The Similans

6 Days / 6 Nights liveaboard

On The MV Marco Polo

+ 4 Nights Palm Garden Resort - Phuket


6 days / 6 nights

liveaboard Dive Package

On The MV Marco Polo

+ 4 Nights Palm Garden Resort - Phuket


3 day liveaboard

On The MY Genesis

including dive equipment

+ 4 nights Palm Garden Resort - Khao Lak

+ 4 Nights Palm Garden Resort - Phuket



The Pearl of the Andaman Sea

The largest of Thailand’s islands, Phuket is a heady mix of bustling bars, night spots, restaurants and truly spectacular dive locations.

Phuket Photographs

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Khao Lak

Where the adventure begins

Easy to get to, very hard to leave. The perfect spot to begin exploring the West Coast dive sites.

Khao Lak Photographs

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Phi Phi Island

The newly opened Sea Bees Dive Centre on Koh Phi Phi is at the Holiday Inn Resort, located on the Northern part of the island on Laem Tong Beach. This beautiful white-sand beach is considered to be the most beautiful beach on Koh Phi Phi Island.

Phi Phi Island Photographs

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Nai Yang

A laid back attitude, but bursting with life.

Nai Yang Photographs


Pak Meng

Pak Meng Beach (or Hat Pak Meng) is a cosy, tourist-friendly place, mostly attended by Thai visitors on the weekends. If you’re looking for to experience Thailand as it used to be twenty years ago, you need look no further.

Pak Meng Photographs

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Enjoy a fantastic diving adventure

Our flagship, the Marco Polo, is ready to take you and your friends on a 6 day adventure to the best dive spots Phuket has to offer.


Spend some time getting to know the beauty of the Similan islands

Come with us and explore the beauty of the Andaman Sea. Find the hidden treasures of the Similan Islands while diving in Thailand.

10 Reasons To Dive With Us

Discover why people choose Sea Bees Diving

9 x winner of the Golden Dolphin Award

No other dive centre in Thailand has won this prestigious award; but with our dedication to unforgettable diving experiences, we’ve lifted this trophy nine times to make us the official "Best Dive Centre in the Indo-Pacific Region".

Life on deck is as great as life under the waves

We take great pride in our own fleet of boats whereas other dive boat owners utilise their vessels as simple “water taxis” with many different dive companies onboard at the same time.

We know that your time on deck is an important part of your journey, so we make sure it’s as comfortable and organised as possible with a crew who treat you as the guest you are and not just another passenger.

Recipient of the "Thailand Tourism Award 2013"

Receiving this award from the Minister for Tourism and Sports was a great honour. The requirements needed were a demonstration of results in customer service and safety, as well as being environmentally conscious and signify a quality and excellence in tourism as well as a demonstration to support and strengthen Thailand's tourism sector.

No wheels, just waves

Every dive centre in Phuket ferries guests around in minibuses… Except us.
Sea Bees Diving resort is only a short walk to the harbour; so you’re not a slave to bus schedules during your trip and can enjoy more free time in the morning and a greater choice of post-dive entertainment in the evening.

5 star service and safety

Our concern is your safety so you can focus on fun and relaxation. From our wetsuits to compressors, we are 5 star certified nationally and internationally (the only Dive Centre to be in Phuket and Khao Lak) and are fully ISO/DIN Certified.

Sea Bees quality every step of the way

We know that in between the diving, there’s a lot of time spent on boats. That’s why we exclusively use our own fleet to get you to your chosen dive sites.

You’ll never spend a moment on a boat we don’t own, so we can guarantee you the comfort, service and safety that makes Sea Bees the envy of other dive centres.

A proud member of Quality Divers

We’re honoured to be the exclusive representative for Thailand of the International Association of Quality Divers. By diving with us, you qualify for the Quality Divers Member Card which gives you exclusive discounts on future dives at the best centres worldwide.

Our 20 years’ experience

We’ve been delivering unforgettable experiences for two decades, making us one of the most experienced and trusted dive centres. When you dive with Sea Bees, you’re diving with established professionals who know the dive sites like the back of their hands.

We know size matters

We pride ourselves on giving bigger experiences to smaller groups. This allows our guides to create more intimate and reactive adventures that make full use of your time in the water; spotting marine life you may not have found on your own and ensuring everyone’s needs and interests are catered for.

Our 100% dedication to diving

Our guides love to dive as much as you do and will always try to extend your time in the water whenever possible. On the other hand, your safety and comfort is our highest priority so we will never rush you back into the water between dives and will always wait a full 1.5 hours for desaturation so you’re operating at peak performance every time you dive with us.

Cleanup at Nai Yang Reef  on 16th and 30th of November 2014

Cleanup at Nai Yang Reef on 16th and 30th of November 2014

7th November 2014

The Nai Yang House Reef is a vital area for many juvenile reef fish, but also for all kind of crustaceans. The reef not only suffers from lots of sand from Nai Yang Bay as well as local fishermen walking uon it at low tide, it is also dramatically covered by torn fishing nets and lastic bags, suffocating the surviving coral. We are looking for your suort in cleaning u the reef together! We will rovide ick u for the areas from Chalong, Kata, Karon, Patong, Surin and Laguna as well as tanks and weights. We will also look after fd and drinks of course in between the two dives. Please register with your name, date and ick-u-oint to naiyang-huket@sea-bees.com Why we need your hel

Welcome to our new Assistant Instructors

Welcome to our new Assistant Instructors

7th October 2014

Erik, Denise, Niklas, Anita and Nelson – our new Assistant Instructor “Crew” is ready to go! Erik, Denise, Niklas, Anita and Nelson (left to right) are ready to go! < class="1">Arriving just a few weeks ago they were given a very warm welcome here in Thailand. And then, after the first roer monsoon shower, our trainees knew why it is called the “rainy season” and are really looking forward to the ucoming season full of sun and multicoloured blue seas. They will be trained to the high Sea Bees Diving standards and will go through an 8 month internshi covering all asects of a dive business – not just being an instructor! But what do we know about the 5 of them? We asked them about where they come from and some background information. Niklas is from Germany and arrived with an addiction to ...



As a well known member of the dive industry in Thailand for more than 20 years, our aim is to offer a first class service, great fun, relaxation and the to dive sots around the Andaman Sea. Therefore, we are extremely leased to introduce you to our new dive sho on the north west coast of Phuket. Welcome to the Sea Bees family! &nbs; On 1st October, the new Sea Bees Flagshi Dive Sho at Nai Yang, Phuket oened its doors. The sho and the dive centre are located on the grounds of the 5 Star Boutique Hotel Indigo Pearl but oen to all visitors. The Sho will not only offer a variety of swimming, snorkeling and diving gear for sale or rent, it will also enhance the Sea Bees range of roducts with fantastic half day tris, something we knew was needed ...

Petitioning to save the sea

Petitioning to save the sea

14th July 2014

Just a week ago this informing article about how to save the sea was osted on thehuketnews.com written by Joe Blasy who also dives with Sea Bees. Please read this article as we all think that our sea should be more rotected and every little hel will be areciated. &nbs;

Dive shops gather to solve police bribery problem

Dive shops gather to solve police bribery problem

26th March 2014

Led by ATUS President Mr Ronnachai Jindaon, Saturday evening’s (March 22) meeting brought together several diving businesses on the island while some shared their stories of olice corrution desite roer aerwork. “We know that the roblem is haening but it seems that only a few eole reorted it to us. I want [businesses] to inform the ATUS so that we can know what’s haening and hel them solve the roblem. “We have been cooerating with the Phuket Provincial Deuty Commander of Police. He acknowledged what haened, but still, we need evidence to rove that the story they tell is true.” A victim of olice bribery told The Phuket News, “We secialise in technical diving and we have a registered business, a TAT license, we have TAT registration, work ermits, everything is in order. But still the olice came to our sho and asked us to ...

China’s Lion City – diving a 1,000 year old city

China’s Lion City – diving a 1,000 year old city

19th February 2014

While the Qiandao lake in Zhejiang rovince, China may be beautiful, it covers an entire city that was submerged to create a hydroelectric ower lant in 1959. Qiandao Lake from above Lion City, which was built more than 1,000 years ago, took its name from the Five Lion Mountain beneath which it stood. Desite its rich history and imressive reutation, the city was flooded to create a reservoir that stretches for more than 573 square kilometers, and now serves as a oular tourist attraction. A remarkable dive site – but at what cost? The city remains undisturbed from the surface at a deth of 26-40m, and has rovided scientists and archaeologists a glimse into what life in ancient China was really like. Many of the intricate stone carvings and guardian lions that were scattered around the city are still erfectly intact. In excellent condition with stunning ...

Underwater Drive Thru

Underwater Drive Thru

30th June 2013

When it comes to a quick bite on the move underwater, there are no drive-thrus…. Instead, it is the reverse. These stunning hotograhs taken of sailfish working their way through a school of sardines show that grabbing a bite to eat at seeds of u to 70mh is all in a day’s meal. Taken by Reinhard Dirscher in the Caribbean, he came uon the amazing scene and his images give us a glimse of what he witnessed.  Stunning… Enjoy your Sunday lunch! No escae: A school of sardines tries to dart away from a gang of sailfish – famed as the fastest fish in the sea – in hot ursuit in the Caribbean Fast food: The sailfish are seen lurking beneath the school of sardines Feeding frenzy: Sailfish are known for herding small rey like sardines, as seen in the above hotograh. It ...

The Beauty of Black and White

The Beauty of Black and White

29th May 2013

Down in the dee blue, a hotograher is taking these stunning black and white ictures. Indonesian Hengki Koentjoro‘s underwater hotograhs show an array of sea-life as it’s never been seen before. Indonesian hotograher Hengki Koentjoro’s ictures show an astonishing underwater world He has ictured sharks, jellyfish, scuba divers and, erhas most strikingly, a hard coral called the ‘sunflower mushroom’ which aears to be sorting a sinister grin. The dark, desaturated and sometimes dream like images cature the mysterious nature of the waters in and around Jakarta, Indonesia. This jellyfish taken in black and white underwater looks like it comes from another lanet Koentjoro, 50, was born in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, studied video roduction and fine art hotograhy at the Brooks Institute of Photograhy Santa Barbara, California. He currently lives in Jakarta where he takes these breath-taking images. Mystical: The incredible hotograhs from beneath the sea include this ...

Phuket Diving: Seahorse lovers asked to saddle up

Phuket Diving: Seahorse lovers asked to saddle up

22nd May 2013

Project Seahorse calls on all divers and marine enthusiasts to hel with the recently launched three-year roject aimed at studying the seahorses of Thailand. Seahorses were one of the first fish secies to be added, in 2004, to Aendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Secies of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which demands that countries maintain “sustainable trade” and monitor oulations. Thailand, the world’s largest exorter of seahorses, has taken ro-active stes to assess the oulations of this eculiar sea creature and now needs our hel. “In Thailand we are just starting to evaluate seahorse oulations, which is why we are asking eole to hel us,” exlains University of British Columbia doctoral student and seahorse exert Lindsay Aylesworth, who is leading the field research team for Project Seahorse. “We are basically going in with very little information about ...

World Clean Up Day at Koh Mai Thon with Sea Bees Diving

World Clean Up Day at Koh Mai Thon with Sea Bees Diving

3rd September 2008

Sea Bees Diving will conduct another World Clean U Day at Koh Mai Thon, suorted by SSI, TDA, CMAS and PADI. You can make a booking at Sea Bees Chalong office or e-mail us at info@sea-bees.com (for internet bookings lease add ‘Clean-U-Day’ in the subject line). World Clean U Day in Koh Mai Thon - Setember 20th The day tri is lanned for the 20th of Setember, leaving from Chalong in the morning, and includes one long clean-u dive at Koh Mai Thon, snacks and fingerfood on the boat, and is of course free of charge. Diver have to bring their own dive equiment (gloves are recommended) or gear can be rented from Sea Bees Diving for the day. The number of articiants is limited to 30 divers, so early booking is recommended.

Contact Sea Bees Diving

Contact Sea Bees Diving