Turtles on all divesites in the Similans, and, again, we found the fantastic Bunny Nudibranch!! The critter afectionados
on-board got their value, with 4 Ribbon Eels, a Devil Scorpionfish, Black-margined Glossodoris as well as Triton and Leopard Chromodoris Nudibranchs, Mantis Shrimps, Jawfish and a little baby Seahorse! Check out the blog.
Relaxation is an important factor on any liveaboard. On MV Scuba Cat you will enjoy comfort and privacy in our twin cabins. On top of MV Scuba Cat you will find an 80 square meter sun deck. This is an ideal place for sun bathing or romantic star watching at night. While on board you will have the opportunity to meet, enjoy and establish friendships with divers from all over the world.
Why book a hotel when you can have it all on the most stable dive platform with our liveaboard, MV Scuba Cat, Similans, Thailand!
Why not continue your PADI Diver Education whilst on board with a PADI Speciality?
MV Scuba Cat is an ideal scuba diving platform. The design of a very large catamaran boat operating amongst the protected waters of the Similans makes this the most "friendly" boat to be found, seasickness is rare. This truly is a boat for people who don't like boats and is an excellent choice for someone's first liveaboard experience. With the efficiency of the operation and convenience of scuba diving we are able to offer up to five dives a day for those who wish. In keeping with our philosophy of a relaxed atmosphere, we are happy to drop guests of on the beach provide ocean kayaks for your enjoyment as well as arrange our famous sunset volleyball game. Non divers are most welcome and are sure to enjoy the variety of activities available. For more information see our available courses.
MV Scuba Cat is without a doubt the most comfortable and stable diving platform touring the Similan Islands. Our scuba divers can gear up in spacious surroundings and enter the water six abreast. So, the day is over and the sun is setting. Could it really be any better than this?
See full details on the MV Scubacat Liveaboard