Manta Queen 1

Manta Queen 1 offers comfortable dive safaris and has a crew that speaks French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Chinese, and Japanese. The fleet offers one to five-day trips to accommodate almost any guest and any schedule hoping to experience Thailand’s world-class diving. For 5 days and 4 nights, Manta Queen 1 offers an exquisite diving experience in the Andaman Sea where we’ll be visiting Similan Islands, Richelieu Rocks, Koh Bon, and Koh Tachai; all of which are breathtaking and captivating areas often described as diving-heavens. The waters are well known for their clarity and richness with marine life and hard corals; it’s highly likely that we’ll encounter Giant whale sharks, spotted stingrays, dolphins and much more. The scenery of the place is unbelievable; green lands, white beach, and tranquil waters. All a curious soul asks for in an adventure is given in these Thai lands.

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Manta Queen 1 Liveaboard

The Overall Review

We spent 9.3 hours reading reviews from experts and divers about Manta Queen 1 Liveaboard.
In summary, this is what divers think:

  • Editor Rating
  • Rated 3.5 stars
  • 60%

  • Manta Queen 1 Liveaboard
  • Reviewed by:
  • Published on:
  • Last modified: 25-04-2019

3 reasons to dive

  • Many people were happy with the friendly and caring staff.
  • Divers said there was an abundance of marine life and they had more than 17 dives.
  • The food was excellent and well prepared by the chef.

3 reasons NOT to dive

  • Many people were taken back with the gas smell in some of the cabins.
  • Some people noted that the dive shop had low quality products.
  • A few people claimed that the briefings was poor and not well organised.

Key facts

Year (re)built:N/A
Max divers22
InternetNo
NitroxYes ($)
Rental equip.Yes ($)
Camera stationYes
Min. logged divesNo minimum
AirconYes

Prices

The avarage price for diving with this liveaboard is
$118$
per day.

We've calculated this price based on a 7 day stay.
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Highlights

  • Affordable 4 days and 4 nights Liveaboard in the best diving spots of the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Richelieu Rock, etc.
  • Clear turquoise waters and widespread mesmerizing corals: every diver’s heaven.
  • Multilingual boat crew members.
  • Dive with huge whale sharks, leopard sharks, and manta rays.
  • Air-conditioned lounge with high-tech entertainment area
  • Have a nice tan on the sun deck equipped with chairs and mattresses.
  • Towels are included.
  • Nitrox, dive courses and top quality rentable dive gear are available.
  • Up to 5 maximum divers per group.
  • Non-divers, families, and snorkels are welcome.

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Description and details

Diving on the Manta Queen 1 liveaboard in Thailand

 

Manta Queen 1’s features:

The 27m boat provides 10 air-conditioned cabins and a maximum capacity of 22 guests. You can choose the type of cabin to stay in; there are 4 doubles, 5 twins and 1 quad cabin. The Queen is kids and family friendly, so even if you are not a diver you can actually come along.

Other activities on board the Manta Queen 1:

Any guest is welcomed to relax in the indoor saloon; it’s air-conditioned and it contains a flat-screen TV and an entertainment area at your disposal. You can also opt for an exotic tan in the sun deck while enjoying the beautiful views from the top deck.

Delicious meals onboard:

The pleasant time around the dining table and the newly formed friendships is equally pleasant as the diving itself is. The food is prepared by our first-rate chefs; they were selected especially for their talent in mouth-watering international cuisine. You can, therefore, choose from a range of meals in our buffet; fine Thai and Burmese dishes, western food, and any other dietary exceptions if we’re informed in advance. Soft drinks, hard drinks, and snacks are also available all day long.

Manta Queen 1’s crew members:

Our boat team is composed of 8 boat crew members and 5 for the diving staff; all of whom are professional, competent and very friendly. The team is also variously multilingual: they can speak Spanish, English, German, Thai, and other languages upon your own request. The dive staff will guide you through the diving in the sea experience and show you all the steps of the process. Nitrox is available aboard as well as some gear for rental if you didn’t bring any.

All safety precautions were regarded:

The boat leaves with life vests, emergency rafts, flares, bilge pump alarm, a crew coached in life aid and other necessities that will guarantee you're well being.

 

  • Editor Rating
  • Rated 3.5 stars
  • 60%

  • Manta Queen 1 Liveaboard
  • Reviewed by:
  • Published on:
  • Last modified: 25-04-2019

Boat features
  • Camera Station
  • Audio & video entertainment
  • Air Conditioned saloon
  • Aircon Cabins
  • Sun Deck
  • Indoor Saloon
  • Non-Diver (Snorkeler) Friendly
  • Warm Water Showers
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Custom built for diving
  • Charging stations
  • En-Suite bathrooms
  • Free Internet
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outside Showers
  • Seaview Cabins
  • Separate Rinse for u/w Camera
  • Leisure Deck
  • Observation Deck
  • Available for Charter

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