Catering to just 14 divers, the MV Camic liveaboard explores to the best sites that the Similan and Surin Islands have to offer from November to April each year. She caters to just 14 guests in 7 cabins. Three Master cabins have double beds, and 4 twin cabins have bunk beds. All feature AC, storage space and en-suite bathrooms. Eco-friendly products are provided in the showers, so as to not pollute the reefs. On the upper deck is an indoor lounge area with LCD TV, DVD, VCD, and MP3 player. Three delicious meals are served on at the outdoor dining area, consisting of an array of Thai and international dishes, along with snacks, tea, coffee and water throughout the day. There is also a spacious sun deck, perfect for relaxing in between dives.
The MV Camic offers either 4 or 5-night itineraries to Koh Bon, Koh Tachai & Richelieu Rock in the Similan & Surin Islands. Dive world famous dive sites such as West of Eden, Richelieu Rock and the Boonsung Wreck. The spacious dive deck at the back of the boat ensures ample space for kitting up and is equipped with rinse tanks and freshwater showers.
For a fantastic Similan Islands liveaboard adventures, call us or book online today to reserve your space aboard the MV Camic
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Included: VAT, Hotel Transfer, Drinking Water, Tea & Coffee, Full-Board Meal Plan (All meals), Snacks, Diving Package, Rental Gear.
Required Extras: National Park Fees (1,000-1,800 THB per trip), Visas and Fees.
Optional Extras: Gratuities, Airport Transfer (250-500 THB), Alcoholic Beverages, Soft drinks, Nitrox.
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Food & Drinks
If you have any specific dietary requirements whilst on-board your cruise, you can add this to your special requests on step 2 of the booking form. We advise limiting these requests to religious beliefs or food allergies.
The crew speaks English, German, Thai, French, and Spanish.
There is diving gear available on this boat. Please provide your rental needs on the booking form. See below for further details on inclusions and pricing. Show prices.
- Max guests 14
- Number of cabins 7
- Number of bathrooms 7
Boat Navigation and Safety
- 9.6 Exceptional
- 3 Verified Reviews
- Vessel 9.3
- Crew 9.3
- Food 10.0
- Diving 10.0
- Value 9.3
Amazing trip through the dive sites of Thailand.
We saw huge shoals of baracuda, which were amazing and then then we did three dives on Richelieu rock and saw some incredible marine life and corals.
- Recommended for
- I enjoyed Richelieu rock and the similian islands, the food was also really good.
MV Camic is a great Similans experience
The dive guides aboard Camic — Dennis and Tik — have been diving the Similans & Surin islands for 20 years, so no guides have more experience or understanding of the dive sites on this route than they do. Dennis ran advanced open water and nitrox courses for some divers on our trip; it’s clear he loves to teach and prioritizes safety. His students seemed to learn a great deal and enjoy working with him. This is a professional and smooth operation. The rental gear is in great condition, the cabins are clean, the food is excellent. Camic has a large top deck with plenty of space to lounge in the shade or in the sun. It caters to only 14 divers so there is none of the crowding or chaos of other Similans options. We had a great trip and I would gladly dive again aboard Camic.
- Recommended for
- Camic is a comfortable boat, led by experienced & professional guides, and run by capable and courteous crew
Great experience on Camic with the best team!
The best moment that we share was an amazing view, dive sites, we have felt ourselves in security. Everything was good organised till the last detail. We have spoted a lot of different live spieces under the water and learn a lot of new, cause we were the new divers.
- Recommended for
- Security with our dive instructors , AC in the cabin, organisation and help from the crew