MV Flying SeahorseDescription
MV Flying Seahorse is a wooden hull boat, with 2 decks, which sails on Andaman sea from South to North (Similan islands, Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Lipe), and to Burma / Myanmar.
She has been totally renovated in 2010 and 2015, and welcomes up to 17 divers on board. Hers 6 air conditioning cabins are on upper and main deck, and equipped with double or twin beds, storage and 220V sockets to recharge your camera or torches batteries. No private bathroom in cabins, but two showers with toilet are available at the back on the deck.
The shadowed dinning area is located on the upper deck. Here you can help yourself with coffee, tea, toast, water and fruits. This convivial place consists of long tables with benches and sofa, and It’s a, where you’ll enjoy delicious meals served in buffet style. Vegetarian meals can be catered if noticed in advance. It’s also a chilling area, where you can watch you pictures or a DVD and the TV set.
The sun deck is on the roof of the upper deck. There is lots of room for getting tan on large and comfortable mattresses.
The main deck hosts the master cabin, and the two double beds cabins, the galley, three Toilets/shower and the Dive Platform and gearing up area. It’s spacious space holding 20 tanks 12L with INT/DIN valves, 2 15L tanks, bucket of fresh water to rinse camera and computer, and two Nitrox compressors, which is offers during the safari to all nitrox certified divers.
The Tour Leader and divemasters are thai and foreigners. The 6 Thai crew are: 1 captain, 1 engineer, 2 deck hand, 1 cook and his assistant.
She is equipped with electronic means of navigation: GPS satellite, Sounders, compas. The communication is ensured by system of radio operator VHF. One finds on board complete EFR and oxygen kits, life jackets, and extinguishers.
Liveaboard starts from 2D/2N around Koh Lipe, or Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, and koh Haa, longer one are running to Similan Islands, or combinated Similan and South dive sites. Diving safaris in Burma / Myanmar are 5D/5N or 10D/10N (Similans & Burma).