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King Cruiser Wreck

Scuba diving at King Cruiser wreck, Shark Point, and Koh Doc Mai in Phuket offers a thrilling and unforgettable experience for diving enthusiasts. The King Cruiser wreck, a passenger ferry that sank in 1997, is now an artificial reef, attracting a variety of marine life including barracudas, groupers, and snappers.


Shark Point, named for the leopard sharks that can be found there, is a pinnacle dive site with impressive underwater rock formations and colorful soft corals.


Koh Doc Mai, a small island known for its steep limestone walls and caverns, is home to an abundance of macro life such as nudibranchs, seahorses, and shrimps. Diving at these sites provides an opportunity to explore the fascinating underwater world of Phuket and discover the diverse marine ecosystems that thrive there.

We usually do 1 dive at the King Cruiser wreck, followed by Shark Point and finish off the day with a dive at Koh Doc Mai.

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Diving is possible all year round but the best time to dive is between November and March. You may experience a little bumpy ride on the boat during the low season from May - September.

Price: 4,500 baht (3 dives)

* Price includes:

- Basic scuba equipment rental

- Meals and drinks on the boat

- Transfer (see below)

Transfer between hotel and boat pier

Complimentary shared transport provided if you are staying in these areas:

- Kamala

- Patong

- Karon

- Kata

- Chalong

- Rawai

For all other areas, there will be a transport charge (per person).

- Mai Khao 1,200 baht

- Nai Yang, Naithon, Cherngtalay, Phuket Town 1,000 baht

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