With a length of 28 meters, Deep Andaman Queen liveaboard is one of Thailand’s largest dive vessels. This Dive boat was build in 2008 and remodeled in 2019 to keep up with their remarkably high standards, to accommodates 25 guests in comfort and style.
The teakwood furnishings on the deck and in the lounge are just some of the finishing touches that ensure the ultimate guest experience.
MV Deep Andaman Queen Has cruises to the Similan Islands, and the Mergui Archipelago trips are 5-8 days and leave from Khao Lak. for Myanmar liveaboard trips, you can choose to come aboard in Ranong if you have less time on your hand.
Deep Andaman Queen liveaboard has 11 cabins on the main and lower decks to accommodate 25 guests.
On the lower deck, you will find four standard cabins with bunk beds. You have 2 Twin cabins, one triple cabin, and a quad cabin—ideal for travelers who travel independently.
The main deck has 5 Deluxe cabins where you can choose between Twin or double configuration. The Twin cabins have a bunk bed, and the double cabins have large double beds.
2 Master cabins are also on the main deck and have a king-size bed and large windows that provide a stunning panoramic view over the Andaman Sea.
All cabins are individually air-conditioned and private bathrooms with hot water showers and plenty of storage space.
Relax between dives on a comfortable sofa in the air-conditioned lounge on the upper deck. The flat-screen TV, DVD/MP3 player for entertainment and dive briefings, and the 24-hour availability of coffee/tea and drinking water 24 all add to your liveaboard experience.
Check out the library. There is an extensive collection of fiction, or if you prefer, books on marine life.
Catch the ocean breeze from the comfort of a lounge chair on the partially shaded, spacious sun deck, or relax and soak up the sun on a sunbed.
Scuba diving is an energetic activity, and what better way to maintain your energy levels than with good food.
The menu is a combination of Thai, traditional, and Western cuisine. The onboard chef of Deep Andaman Queen cooks you three buffet-style meals a day to be enjoyed in the restaurant.
Outside, you can have lots of snacks throughout the day in the sun, with the sea breeze on your face. This is sure to satisfy your appetite during the trip.
Deep Andaman Queen prides itself on having one of the most extensive diving decks in South East Asia. It has a separate entry and exit platforms. Most of the dives start with a massive leap off the diving platform, but there is also a zodiac for backup.
The experienced and multilingual dive guides will guide you in small groups around the Similan Islands and Surin Island’s best dive sites. Or get some great diving during your Myanmar liveaboard cruise to the Mergui archipelago.
After your dive, you can rinse yourself off with freshwater showers on the platform. 2 large freshwater buckets are also available to rinse dive equipment such as cameras, dive computers, and fins.
On Deep Andaman, Queen Nitrox is available for a small fee. If you are not nitrox certified yet, you can take this or several other courses onboard your Thailand Liveaboard holiday.
Year built: 2008
Year Renovated: 2019
Length: 28 m
Top speed: 12 knots
Cruising speed: 9.5 knots
Engines: 2 x Hino 510 Hp
Max guests: 25
Number of cabins: 11
Number of bathrooms: 10
Water capacity: 20000 liters
Fuel capacity: 15000 liters
✓ Depth Sounder
✓ Radio VHF/DSC/SSB
✓ Emergency Rafts
✓ Life Vests
✓ Fire Alarm & Fire Extinguishers
✓ First Aid Kits
✓ Satellite & mobile phones
✓ Crew trained in first aid
Deep Andaman Queen Liveaboard Operates in the Andaman Sea to the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Tachai, Richelieu Rock, and Myanmar.
Included: VAT, Accommodation, Transfers/pickups from airport, Tanks, Weights, Belts, Divemaster services, All meals, Towels Provided
Excluded: Rental gear, National Park fee and Port Fees per person; THB 1800 for five day/4 night trip and THB 2000 for six day/5 night trip, Burma park fees per person 1,800 THB &US$200 per trip (subject to change depending on government regulation)
Booked a 6 day Liveaboard through Asia Liveaboards to Myanmar on Deep Andaman Queen.
The boat was great, good food and good diving. I would highly recommend a trip up to Myanmar. Black Rock was the highlight, loved it