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King Cruiser & Anemone Reef

From: ฿ 4,000

Scuba Diving Daytrip from Phuket 

This daytrip to King Cruiser and Anemone Reef is available every Friday.
(dive sites may be changed due to weather conditions)

Kindly note that these trips are for certified divers only! Click here for more info on our try scuba diving tours.

Equipment rental *

Do you need rental equipment?
We offer you a choice between our regular scuba diving equipment and our brand new top range equipment. With our premium equipment package you receive a top range BCD, high class regulator as well as long-sleeve wetsuits and ladysuits for a female guests.

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Description

Daytrip to King Cruiser & Anemone Reef

Prices from 4000 Baht per person.

Every Friday we are going to King Cruiser and/or Anemone Reef

King Cruiser Wreck

Great dive site with tons of of fish. The King Cruiser is a 90m long former ferry that sunk in 1997. Today it is home to a large variety of fish, including huge schools of snappers, mooray eels, baracuda, bamboo shark and lots of scorpion fish.

Max depth: 32m

Suitable for advanced divers

Anemone Reef

Superb divesite with plenty of fish. This submerged pinnacle is completely covered in soft corals and anemones (hence the name) and home to a great variety of species.

The highlights that can be spotted with a bit of luck and the right season include: ghost pipe fish, seahorses, frogfish, as well as lion fish, moorays and huge schools of snappers and barracudas.

Max depth: 25m

Suitable for all certified divers

Price per diver: 4000 Baht
Number of dives: 2

Please note: this daytrip is for certified scuba divers only. 

We also offer daily trips to Phi Phi Island, Shark Point, Anemone Reef, King Cruiser Wreck, Racha Yai and Racha Noi.

You can see our daily schedule here.

What is included in this offer? Items that are included in the price.

Transfer (from Kata, Karon, Patong - surcharges apply to other areas!)

Breakfast & lunch on board (on Sundays also dinner)

Fresh Fruits

Tea, Coffee

Daily fresh towel on board

Water Weights and tank

Dive guide

What is excluded in this offer? Items that are not included in the price.

Diving equipment

Softdrinks (can be purchased on board)

Alcoholic drinks (can be purchased on board after the diving)

Dive torch for the night dive (Extra: 300 Baht)

Equipment rental (Full set rental 900 Baht)

Phi Phi Islands Marine Park Fee per day/person (subject to change):
Diver: Baht 600,- 
Non-diver: Baht 400,- 
King Cruiser Wreck

Great dive site with tons of of fish. The King Cruiser is a 90m long former ferry that sunk in 1997. Today it is home to a large variety of fish, including huge schools of snappers, mooray eels, baracuda, bamboo shark and lots of scorpion fish.

Max depth: 32m

Suitable for advanced divers
Anemone Reef

Super divesite with plenty of fish. This submerged pinnacle is completely covered in softcorals and anemones and home to a great variety of species.

The highlights include: ghost pipe fish, seahorses, frogfish, as well as lion fish, moorays and huge schools of snappers and barracudas.

Max depth: 25m

Suitable for all certified divers

Price per diver: 4000 Baht
Number of dives: 2

Pick up times: Areas with free transfers: Patong: 8.00 am Karon: 8.15 am Kata: 8.30 am Pick up areas with surcharge: JW Mariott: 7.15 am Nai Yang & Layan Beach: 7.30 am Kamala: 7.45 am Cape Panwa: 8.00 am Phuket Town: 8.00 am Rawai & Nai Harn: 8.30 am Please note: on Sundays pickup is one hour earlier!

If you do not own your own equipment or did not bring it we offer modern scuba diving equipment from renowned brand "Aqualung" for rent.
Price for a full set it only 900 Baht

For your comfort we also offer a premium equipment rental option with weight integrated BCD and premium regulator at only 600 Baht extra.

Adults: Baht 2.900,-
Children 7 - 12 Baht 1.500,-
Children under 7 FOC
(incl. snorkeling gear on request)

Step aboard the "MV Excalibur II" and prepare to explore lavish drop-offs, caves, wrecks and extensive rock formations; all hosting a rich and varied assortment of coral and fish.

This beautiful 23m daytrip boat offers you an unforgettable day of diving while servicing our two main priorities: your safety and enjoyment. On the lower deck you’ll find two equipment rooms. In the first you can safely store and dry your own equipment.

On the expansive dive deck, each diver has their own area, complete with two filled tanks and a storage box for your gear. After diving, you can hang your wetsuit to dry and rinse your equipment with our on-board freshwater tanks. The “MV Excalibur II” also features two shower cubicles and a western-style toilet with sink.

A small flight of stairs up and you’ll find yourself in the first salon, which is furnished with a large storage area for your belongings, power sockets for your torches and two comfortable sofas. Our cook will delight you with her fabulous Thai cuisine.

Every day in the galley she prepares a delicious breakfast and lunch – always fresh, healthy and richly flavoured with local tastes.

Lunch time We serve freshly cooked meals on all daytrips seabees
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Sure you can! Depending on how long you havent been diving and how much experience you have we recommend you to take a refresher course with one of our instructors. And choose one of the more easy days. Such as Racha Yai.
If you do not own your own equipment or did not bring it we offer modern scuba diving equipment from renowned brand "Aqualung" for rent.
Price for a full set it only 900 Baht

For your comfort we also offer a premium equipment rental option with weight integrated BCD and premium regulator at only 600 Baht extra.

Of course! If you are a certified Open Water Diver.

We dive in small groups of 4 divers per dive guide and your guide will be giving you a thorough dive briefing and assistance underwater so you can enjoy the night dive.

We dive in groups of no more than 4 divers per dive guide.