Liveaboard Review

If you want great liveaboard diving and personal experience then the MV Giamani liveaboard is for you. The 24m steel-hulled boat only services ten divers at a time. The Giamani offers a one to six-night dive trips that will give divers an unmatched tour of the Andaman Sea.

Our Overall Review


Things we like:

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    Many people said the staff took good care of the equipment and helped with getting in and out of the water.
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    Some people stated that there is a lot of room on the boat and the cabins are spacious.
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    Some divers said they encountered a whale shark on their beautiful dives around Similan.
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    Many divers said it was fantastic to do so many dives with a professional dive master who balanced safety with plenty opportunities to see marine life.
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Things we don't like:

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    Some divers said you must go with low expectations as you are not always lucky to encounter large fish.
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Diving on the Giamani liveaboard in Thailand

Giamani Liveaboard is the ideal experience for lovers of diving, relaxation, incredible beaches and cultural and culinary discoveries with a temperature between 25 ° C and 35 ° C throughout the year.

Nowadays, it’s scarce to see and observe beauty. With all the pollution, rush and corruption, beauty has become an endangered currency. Thankfully, Thailand didn’t cease to provide the most captivating and dive oriented areas, along the blue Andaman Sea: Aboard Giamani we take you along a trip to discover the Similan Islands, Richelieu Rock, Phi Phi islands, as well as Hin Daeng and Hin Muang for 2 up to 6 days.

It’s not a strike of hazard that leads us to choose the Andaman Sea but our knowledge of all its treasures. The seabed is subdued with beauty: manta rays, sea turtles, barracudas evolve in multicolored coral reefs. The crystal clear waters and the Similan Islands caves render it a perfect spot for diving. On land, the fauna and flora are of an infinite variety and dazzle the traveler: more than 800 endemic species of birds, elephants, monkeys, coconut trees as far as the eye can see, rubber trees, mangroves, etc.

Features of the vessel

Giamani is not like any other boat, it is custom made to provide all guests with the ultimate services whether they are diving related or not. This 24m long vessel has only 5 en-suite cabins: 1 Master cabin and 4 deluxe cabins and each one is well prepared, air-conditioned and contains a mini-fridge and an individual shower. We specifically limited the access to a maximum of 10 divers to make sure that each and everyone receives an excellent experience and has a delightful trip.

Fun activities in-between dives and delicious food

This yacht is not extremely spacious but it’s built to be warm and cheerful. The inside saloon is air-conditioned, includes a TV and a vast marine library for all the curious minds. The open-air saloon area is ideal for dining where you can gaze at all the breathtaking scenery while enjoying the fine cuisine of our chefs. They were selected from the best and have only one goal; to prepare only delicious and mouthwatering food in each meal. We are not restricted to western food, but also to vegetarian, vegan or local Thai food. The latter is a must if you want to savor the exotic Thai cuisine.

Welcoming, warm and professional team

Our team is well-coached and includes only the best divers in the world. They will guide you through this journey with all competence. We ensured that the crew is multilingual and can speak up to 12 languages; French, Finnish, Italian, Chinese, Swedish, Thai, etc.

You can bring your own gear if you like or you can rent it on board as you like. The team provides tech diving and side-mount diving as well. And whether you are a pro or new to the diving community, the guides will take you through the whole process step by step. All safety guarantees were arranged. All trips must include life vests, emergency rafts, a first aid kit along with a first aid trained crew, etc.

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