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Andaman Tritan

The Andaman Tritan liveaboard offers one of the best value for diving in Thailand. For the same price as less featured boats, you get a cabin and full rental equipment, including a dive computer. Bookings are available for two-night safaris touring the Anambas Islands, and four-night dive safaris traveling the Similan Islands, Richelieu Rock, and Khao Lak.

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Andaman Tritan Liveaboard

The Overall Review

We spent 5.1 hours reading reviews from experts and divers about Andaman Tritan Liveaboard.
In summary, this is what divers think:

Boat on the Andaman Tritan Liveaboard, Thailand
Andaman Tritan Liveaboard
Great Liveaboard

3 reasons to dive

  • Many people were happy with their rooms as it was always kept neatly and tidy.
  • Many divers mentioned that the briefings were excellent and well communicated making everyone feel at ease.
  • The snorkeling and kayaking activities were well liked by the majority of people on board.

1 reasons NOT to dive

  • A couple of people noted that the boat is oldish and not well kept up to standards.

Key facts

Year (re)built: 2015
Max divers 23
Internet No
Nitrox Yes ($)
Rental equip. Yes ($)
Camera station No
Min. logged dives No minimum
Aircon Yes


The avarage price for diving with this liveaboard is
per day.

We've calculated this price based on a 7 day stay.
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The passion behind this guide is run by passionate scuba geeks - and our liveaboard guides are no exception.

    Boby Taylor

    Liveaboard Director

    Boby has been diving and guiding on liveaboards since 2005, and love it

    Ron Simon

    Dive instructor/Liveaboard director

    Ron has been a Cruise Director on 10+ Liveaboards throughout the world and has a keen understanding...

    Torben Lonne

    PADI Instructor

    Torben is the Editor of Divein and a true water lover. 


  • Explore some of the best diving spots in the Similan Islands with an experienced team.
  • Pristine sand, extraordinary seabed, emerald sea and amazing lush vegetation.
  • An impressive concentration of dream lagoons with transparent waters.
  • Photogenic, breathtaking & diverse marine topography and varied marine life.
  • Massage service is available on board.
  • Dives from tender, Nitrox and rental gear on board.
  • Huge dive deck and outdoor dining area.
  • Air-conditioned spacious indoor lounge.
  • Snorkelers are welcome.

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Description and details

Diving on the Andaman Tritan liveaboard in Thailand

MV Andaman Tritan is inspired by the magic of the Andaman Sea.

Welcome aboard the Andaman Tritan. The ship will take to the best dive spots of Thailand, appreciated by tourists from all horizons. The cultural and historical richness of this beautiful country added to its many vestiges only reinforces its charm and its success. Coming from all over the world, visitors have all dreamed of diving in Thailand.

Vessel features:

Built-in 2002 and newly renovated in 2015, this incredible liveaboard offers an exclusive experience for up to 23 guests. The Andaman Tritan MV is 24 meters / 80 feet long and has a wide variety of air-conditioned cabins to offer its passengers that suit all budgets. It includes 2 single standard cabins in the lower deck, 2 twin bunk cabin standard on the upper deck, 2 deluxe cabins and 2 Master cabins on the main deck with private bathrooms and hot water showers.

World-class cuisine, exceptional service, and dedicated staff:

Andaman Tritan serves exceptional and varied dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in an elegant setting. Come and eat in a friendly space where you will find a well-stocked buffet, all with a splendid view. Snacks, hot and cold drinks will be at your disposal all day long.

In between dives, you can watch a movie or listen to music in the indoor lounge, perfect to enjoy the day in a serene and relaxed atmosphere. The perfect time for the sun deck though is without a doubt, the sunset, the moment when, after the pleasure provided by your dives you find your friends around a drink to enjoy the last rays of the sun. Finish the day by a professional massage on the terrace to regenerate you before going to bed. In short, all the moments will be more than good on board of the Andaman Sea.

Andaman Tritan boat crew:

A well-trained bilingual (English & Thai) team will gladly guide you throughout your trip onboard. Our divers are known to be the best in their field and will mentor your every step. If you’d rather travel light, don’t worry because the rental gear is available.

Diving on-board of the Andaman Tritan:

With its warm, clear waters, the Andaman Sea is a paradise for diving and underwater photography. Its seabed is very colorful and inhabited by myriads of tropical fish. Andaman Tritan will take on a magical trip to explore some of the top diving spots in the world such as Richelieu Rock, Anita’s Reef, Beacon Point, Boulder City, and Sharkfin Reef. The diving conditions are great especially from October to May. The depth varies between 10 and 30 min most diving spots. The water is clear and warm and its temperature is around 29 ° C. The visibility is usually good and you can get to dive with Manta rays and whale sharks! Divers of all levels can enjoy diving in the Surin Islands.

Boat features
  • Tanks With Int (Yoke) Valves
  • Tanks With Din Valves
  • Din/Int Adapters
  • Nitrox ($)
  • Rental Equipment ($)
  • Battery Charging Station
  • Warm-Water Showers
  • Fish Id And Diving Books
  • Fire Alarm
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Life Jackets
  • Life Rafts
  • Emergency Oxygen Kit
  • First Aid Kits
  • Vhf Radio
  • Emergency Positioning Radio Beacon

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