Sea Bees Liveaboard Genesis

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Aboard the Sea Bees Liveaboard Genesis 1 you can dive the spectacular dive sites of the Similan Islands, or the Northern Islands (Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, the Surin Islands and Richelieu Rock), with a choice of two 3-day itineraries departing Khao Lak – the closest port on the Thai mainland to these fantastic marine reserves. Or combine both trips for a 6-day/5-night tour, with one night in the harbour between trips.

The Sea Bees Liveaboard Genesis 1 has been providing quality liveaboard diving expeditions in the Andaman Sea for many years. She is an 83ft steel mono-hulled yacht with 5 double and 2 single cabins, each with independent air-conditioning and panoramic sea views. The large party deck and spacious sundecks, as well as relaxed music, ensure maximum comfort and enjoyment during your time on board.

Each 3-day/2-night Sea Bees Liveaboard Genesis cruise includes 10 dives (with free Nitrox to Nitrox-certified divers), all meals including breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, water, soft drinks, tea, coffee. Alcoholic drinks can be purchased on board. The diving includes a dive guide, tank and weights, and dive gear is available to rent at an extra charge. Transfers from Khao Lak area are included, but a transfer from Phuket is extra.

National Park fees are excluded and need to be paid on departure in cash.

  • Similan Tour: THB 1100
  • North Tour: THB 2100

Staying Connected

Due to the remoteness of the trips, WiFi is not available on board.

We think…

For anyone who only has a few nights to spare but wants to see the best diving in Thailand, the Sea Bees Liveaboard Genesis 1 is the absolute best choice.

The MY Genesis 1 departs from Khao Lak’s Tab Lamu Pier, but transfers from Khao Lak area are included in the package price.

An overview of the Similan and Surin Islands can be found here. We also have some descriptions of the individual dive sites: Koh Bon, Ko Tachai, HinPusa (also known as Elephant Head Rock) and Richelieu Rock.

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