King Cruiser Wreck (3 dives) - Monday
King Cruiser was carrying passengers from Phuket to Phi Phi Islands when she sank on the 4th May 1997 but fortunately there was no loss of life. From our dive center on Koh Lanta you can visit this amazing wreck just 2.5 hours away.
The propellers rest 30 metres deep with the most interesting areas around the passenger decks between 18 and 24 metres. Over the last 2 years the wreck has started to break up and entry is no longer possible, but it can still be a quite dramatic dive, especially if you haven't dived a wreck before. This is more of an advanced dive due to the depth and the often strong currents, but you can combine this wreck dive with a PADI Advanced Course.
Anemone Reef is a pinnacle that comes up to 4-7 meters from the surface and slopes down to over 25 meters at the seabed. Like many of the dive sites in the area it is covered in anemones. These in turn provide shelter and protection for many different types of Anemone fish, shrimps and Porcelain crabs.
Shark Point or Hin Musang which means shark rock in Thai, gets its name from the common sighting of Leopard Sharks found resting on the seabed. Seen by many as one of the best dive sites in the area and Thailand, Shark Point rarely leaves divers disappointed.
One of the three pinnacles breaks the surface. All three range between 20 - 30 meters at its deepest. Many purple and pink soft corals compete for limited space on this incredibly healthy dive site.
|King Cruiser (3 dives)||฿ 5,400|
Included in the price:
Full set of equipment, Pick-up from your hotel in Phuket, lunch, snacks, water, coffee, tea, fresh fruit, tanks, weights, weight belt and guide.
|Equipment discount||BCD -250 THB, Regulator -250 THB, Wetsuit -250 THB.|
|3 day package||-10%|
|5 day package||-15%|