Save $600 on the Thailand Aggressor29th August 2016 | Sandro Lonardi
With varied destinations and a wonderful crew, the Thailand Aggressor is the perfect liveaboard for anyone diving in Southeast Asia.
Book now through September 11th, to save $600 on the Thailand Aggressor. This offer can be applied to all travel through March 30, 2017.
During this time period, the Thailand Aggressor sails the North Andaman Sea. This itinerary is the Thailand Aggressor’s most popular route. The steady ship sails through the Similan Islands, taking in Tachi Reef, Christmas Point and West of Eden along the way. These stops give divers a good chance at spotting several species of shark, including the elusive whale shark.
Keep in mind, there is still time to book the Dive the World weeks on the Thailand Aggressor. These departures give you a generous savings of 25%.
Ready to dive into the warm and clear waters of Thailand? Book today and save big on your next liveaboard adventure.
Reaching remote sites such as Pulau Weh, the Similan Islands and Myanmar’s archipelago, the Thailand Aggressor provides all the best dive amenities.
The 115-foot Thailand Aggressor began life in 1977. The yacht was fully renovated in 2013 and today includes every detail to make your trip unforgettable. As a stable boat with a variety of dive amenities, the Thailand Aggressor will provide you with the dive trip of a lifetime.
Guests have access to a variety of locations on the ship. These include a spacious, air-conditioned lounge, a dining area and a sun deck with a relaxing jacuzzi, chaise lounges and a wet bar.
With 3 Master Staterooms and 5 Deluxe Staterooms, up to 16 guests can be amply accommodated on board the Thailand Aggressor, and the food couldn’t be better. All meals, snacks, soft drinks, hot drinks, juices, beer and wine are included in your stay on the Thailand Aggressor. Enjoy!
Thailand’s Similan Islands
The Similan’s are undoubtedly famous in diving circles. They offer the best of Thailand’s diving all neatly parceled up around the nine islands. You can dive in magnificent, clear waters and spot manta rays and whale sharks.
The best way to dive in The Similan Islands is from a liveaboard boat. The majority of trips leave from Khao Lak, but there are departures from Ranong and Phuket too. The recommended length is a four-day, four-night trip, but there are shorter options available.
The diving is rich and plentiful with larger pelagics being regularly seen between February and April. Current does exist and while novice divers are welcome, most operators would like to see an advanced certification or require that you book to take the course aboard. Sites vary from towering boulders in city-like-scapes to soft coral reefs pulsating with life. The visibility is usually excellent and the abundance and variety of marine life is hard to overstate.
- DEAL 1: Save $600 on departures through March 30, 2017 when booked before September 11, 2016.
- DEAL 2: Save 25% on the Dive the World weeks, including the departure on January 21, 2017.
- Not valid with any other promotion or money-saving offer.
- This discount applies to the full paying space only on a single supplement.