Deep Andaman Queen is a good value dive liveaboard that offers dive liveaboard trips in the Similan Islands - 5D/4N and Burma Banks - 8D/7N, it can host up to 21 guests per trip.
Deep Andaman Queen formerly known as "Queen Scuba", is a 28.5 m long, 7 m wide strong steel liveaboard, max cruises speed at 12 knots. Original built in 2003, It was undergo a full refit in 2012, then renamed as "Deep Andaman Queen".
Deep Andaman Queen features a roomy, air conditioned salon on the upper deck,
with large panoramic windows, a TV/DVD/music entertainment center, a full selection of marine life books & diving magazines, comfortable sitting area, side tables.
Outside the indoor salon, there is a spacious outdoor dining area complete with wooden dining tables, chairs, a BBQ equipment, as well as a serving table.
In front of the wheel house, there is a large bench perfect to sit and watch things pass by.
Sunbathers can enjoy the top desk, where there is a large 60 square meter half-shaded sun deck equipped with sun beds, lounge chairs and soft sofas for relaxation.
Deep Andaman Queen‘s large two-level dive deck is located on the back of the main deck, well equipped with personal gear boxes, a camera table, large rinse tanks are conveniently located for washing dive equipment and cameras, wetsuit hanging area, fin storage, and deck rinse showers.
The Deep Andaman Queen has 9 comfortable staterooms, can sleep up to 21 guests in privacy and comfort.
All cabins have ensuite bathroom, A/C, storage area, 220 volt electric plus.
1 Master Cabin:
Located on the main deck, with a double bed, TV, DVD player, mini refrigerator and lots of sea view windows, it is also the largest cabin on board.
3 Deluxe Double Cabins:
Located on the main deck, with a double bed, seaview windows.
3 Deluxe Twin Cabins:
Located on the main deck, with two single bunk beds, seaview windows.
1 Standard Twin Cabin:
Located on the lower deck, with two single bunk beds, portholes.
1 Standard Triple Cabin:
Located on the lower deck, with three single beds (2 in bunk style), portholes.
1 Standard Quad Cabin:
Located on the lower deck, with four single bunk beds, portholes.
Similan route: 5 Days / 4 Nights (14 Dives)
Myanmar and Thailand route: 8 Days / 7 Nights (22 Dives)
All diving will provide experienced guide to lead the dive.
Nitrox：Available with additional cost
15L Tanks：Available with additional cost
REBREATHER Dive：Not available at the moment
Dive Equipment Rental：Available, rate on request, must book in advance
Dive insurance：Divers travelling aboard must have valid dive insurance
Wi-Fi Internet ：Not available at the moment
Laundry Service：Not available at the moment
Massage Service：Depends on availbility/route
Payment on board：By cash only (THB)
Crew Number：12 or more, including 3 to 4 dive guides