Our food is very popular with our guests. Every morning there is breakfast European style: we serve Brown Bread, Omelettes, Fried eggs, Sausages, Corn Flakes, Muesli, fruits, tea and fresh ground coffee or Nescafe. Lunch and Dinner are served with traditional Thai food.
The galley is on the main deck. The cook and her assistant prepare the food fresh every day.
We cater for vegetarians and any other special dietary needs you require. Don't worry about the famous Thai chilies! We can cook to your taste.
The sides of the dining area are open so you can enjoy the good weather to the maximum. The dining area has 3 tables on the sides with sofa seatings and 1 extra table in the center for cameras, etc.
We have a large collection of fish identification books in several languages, your dive guide will enjoy explaining about the fish you have seen together, the dining area is a great place to relax and read a book.
We also have a TV and DVD player so any videos made on the trip can be reviewed. There is also a stereo so you can relax with some of your favourite CDs. Don't forget your MP3 player you can connect it to our stereo.
On the main deck at the stern is the Dive Platform and gearing up area for your diving equipment which has more than ample room to put on and store your dive gear. We have 40 Luxfer 12 ltr Tanks and we use INT connection, we do have DIN adapters and 15 ltr tanks for rent.
There are also 2 Bauer Mariner II compressors with an air cooling system with P41 air filters to give you the best Quality air.
Close at hand are the Similan Diving Safaris boat crew, who are there to help you gear up and help you on your dive entry and exit. The crew will fill the tanks so all you do is dive. Most of the time you will be picked up by our boat or our dingy.
Lots of room here for getting your tan, we also have a couple of hammocks & sundeck chairs under our shade at the back of the sun deck.
This is a nice place for spotting Dolphins, Manta rays and Whale sharks while travelling to new dive sites and up here you're always the one to spot the Dolphins first.