Samaesarn Scuba Diving Day Trip

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Regular Route



2 Dives = 2,500 THB Per Day

3 Dives = 3,000 THB Per Day

 


Price Included 

- Dive lead
- Dive Insurance
- Lunch on the boat
 


Price Not Included

- Transportation (Go with our shared van cost 1,000 THB for round trip)
- Accommodation (Approximate 900-1,300 THB Per Night depended on where to stay)
- Equipment Rental (500 THB Per Day for full set)


 
Special Route

With some special route that we go to The far island or Special deep site will cost more around 3,000-3,500 Per Day (Not every weekend. Will be once in months)

 


 



 NOTE : Depart from Bangkok together or meet up at the pier in the morning of the diving day 

DIVE SITE INFORMATION

 



Regular Dive Sites

 

Dive Site Name : Hin Lak Bat – Shark Fin Rock

Though at first sight Shark Fin looks to be a very small dive site, once in the water a large reef appears. On the north western side of the rock the reef close to rock is shallow,large areas of stag horns brain corals, barrel sponges and anemones are abundant. The main attraction is the South eastern side with it’s 16 m (55 ft) vertical wall almost breaking the surface. The north eastern side has a single rock formation that is vertical on the west and has a large sand bank sliding down to 25 m (80ft) on the east, this is home to some large Black Spotted Sting Rays. On a good day this is the best dive site Pattaya has to offer. Marine life is plentiful and varied.

Location:  Approximately 1 Km west of the Hardeep ship wreck lies a small rock resembling a shark fin


Conditions : During northerly winds this site is quite suitable for novice divers. Southerly winds, however, make it suitable for more experienced divers only. Visibility ranges between 5m (16ft) and 15m (50ft). Strong currents can make the site unsuitable for novice divers, although one side or the other is normally protected.

Maximum Depth : Average depth 15 m (50ft) . Maximum depth 28m (95ft)
Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during October until  January – April 

Did You know ?

Most stingrays have a hard tubercle of scales on the middle of their back. Which can be used for various purposes, such as producing leather goods such as bags, can also be used to make jewelry such as rings, etc.

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : HTMS Hardeep  , HTMS Suthathip

Hitstory of Dive Site

Sunken ship Suthathip It is a steel steamer of the Siam Steam Navigation company, which has a twin boat named "Walai" built together. Both ships are named after the daughter of King Chulalongkorn, Princess Sutthathipayarat. (Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn) and Her Royal Highness Princess Valaya Alongkorn (Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn) Krom Luang Phetchaburi Ratchasirindhorn), respectively, when the company brought the boat into the water. Has built a silver model of the two ships. Presently, the ship "Valai" was sunk in the Chao Phraya River while the ship "Suthathip" was sunk between Koh Rong Khon and Koh Chuang.

The Suthathip sank at about 1240 on 1 June 1945 when it was blown up by Allied bombers. and sunk down in a starboard side down At a depth of about 25 meters, the starboard height is about 16 meters, the hull is 68 meters long, 11 meters wide, the bow facing south (SSW), the stern facing north (NNE).Current condition of the Suthathip boat The shape of the boat is still graceful. equipment and stuff It's almost completely lost. There was a wreck in the aft side of the ship. due to the fact that some ships bring the anchor directly to the ship Currently this problem does not exist. This is because the dive operators have attached the permanent buoy directly to the wreck. The buoy line will be tied in the middle of the boat. The two masts are still broken in the middle of the sand. In the bow bathroom, the original tiles are still present. In the engine room, there is also a crank shaft and 3 boilers to be seen. But the engine has been lost. Outside the hull, there is a steam vent in the shape of a circle on the sand. An old wash basin fell nearby. Not more than 100 meters from the ship to the west, a large bomb will be found. It is thought to be the same bomb that sank this ship sixty years ago.Diving at Rua Suthathip is a beautiful experience for all divers. We will be able to experience the beauty of the boat and marine animals that live in the area such as slugs, turtles, stingrays, and barracudas that are plentiful. And in addition to the beauty and adventurous excitement that we will receive. There is still a feeling of being close to the past. touching history This is a difficult experience for those who do not have the opportunity to visit. Divers who will go diving on this boat Should have experience or go with a professional caregiver. because the ship sank in the narrow channel There are always strong currents. The ship had a long sinking life. Some parts may collapse without warning. Dangerous sea creatures such as stone fish are plentiful. meanwhile The depth of the boat is also something that divers must take into account and carefully plan their dives.

Maximum Depth : 30 m
Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during October until  January – April 

What you will see on this Dive Site :  Wrecks, and inside the ship's interior, searching for various creatures, and exploring many others.

 

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Shark Rock

Hitstory of Dive Site

San Shark Samaesarn Island in Chunburi Province is an island, which is located in the sea to the south of Samaesarn and is about 15km away from the coast. San Shark Island is an island used for naval activities. It is used as the target of warship shooting training. Once the training is carried out, sailors will be announced. During this period, all vessels are prohibited from entering the area. San Shark Island does not receive shooting training from the Royal Thai Navy at normal times. It will be one of the fishing destinations of local fishing boats. Or rent a boat for fishermen to take risks, because the underwater area around Three Sharks Island will be rich in underwater life. San Shark Island is also a popular destination for Scuba divers, who always go to sea by boat to dive here. The underwater feature of Sansha Island is a rock island appearing on the water. Most of the cliffs around Sansha Island are underwater. Let scuba divers swim on the island and enjoy the beauty. For the underwater animals on San Shark Island, there are corals. Sea whip, mortar sponge, all kinds of sea fish, etc. In addition to the area on the island, due to the explosion of warship artillery, rocks were broken and debris scattered. Under the water around St. Shark Island, there are pieces of artillery shells everywhere.

Maximum Depth : 7 - 30 m

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during October until  January – April 

What you will see on this Dive Site :  Large hard coral stacked in steps, and many schools of fish, and soft corals of various colors Seahorses , colorful slugs , giant stingrays , colorful soft corals , sea eels , Plate coral , sea poop , colorful staghorn coral , cuttlefish , schools of small fish , schools of barracuda , trigger fish , clown fish , sea anemones , schools of sea fish , grouper , spotted rays , sea turtles

 

 

 

 

Macro Lover Dive Sites

 

Dive Site Name : Koh Chan

This island can also be divided on either side due to winds and currents.The southern most tip of the island has huge rocks that have fallen from the cliff, where it has eroded over the centuries. If you are anchored here for your lunch break it is well worth a snorkel trip around the shallow waters, it’s not uncommon to see small Black Tip reef sharks.
The best dive site here is the headland on the south east corner of the island on the seaward side. On entering the water follow the coral reef down. Upon reaching the bottom head south toward the headland, it will be shallow to start then rapidly getting deeper, large rocks covered in sea fan, whip coral, hard and soft coral. Many blue spotted Sting Rays, schools of Yellowtail Fusiliers and lion fish can be seen feeding in the current

Maximum Depth : Average depth: 6 m (20ft). Maximum depth: 12 m (60ft)

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during October until  January – April 

Did You know ?

Most stingrays have a hard tubercle of scales on the middle of their back. Which can be used for various purposes, such as producing leather goods such as bags, can also be used to make jewelry such as rings, etc.

 

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Koh Chuang

Largest island dived around Samae San almost 8km south of the harbor.

Maximum Depth : Average depth: 8 m (20ft) . Maximum depth: 18 m (60ft)

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during October until  January – April 

What you will see on this Dive Site :  This diving point is only suitable for finding colorful sea slugs, because the corals are not much. But it's a diving spot that's easy to dive. a small bay

Did You know ?

Sea slugs build up toxic chemicals on the skin. for self defense Some species have breathing organs on top of the head or body. They can be streaks, tufts, or discs, or horn-like, and lack eyes for vision[1], mostly inhabiting coral reefs. and nearby It feeds on algae, sponges, sea anemones, soft corals, sea fans and barnacles. Around the world found about 2,000 species in the waters of Thailand surveyed about 100 species, such as nudibranchs, etc. 

 

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Koh Rong khon

Maximum Depth : Average depth: 15 m (50ft) .  Maximum depth: 28 m (95ft)

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during October until  January – April 

Did You know ?

Most stingrays have a hard tubercle of scales on the middle of their back. Which can be used for various purposes, such as producing leather goods such as bags, can also be used to make jewelry such as rings, etc. 

 

 

 

 

Dive Site Name : Koh Rong Nang

On certain tides, divers prefer to drift,  dropping into the water at the southern end of the rocks on the east side.  The tide then takes you the whole length of the two islands from Koh Ron Nang all the way down to the backside of Koh Ron lakhon. The waters can move quite quickly, so i would suggest diving this in smaller groups and perhaps with some previous drift experience. In any case its a fairly simply  drift down to the northern end and around to the other side, where you can remain out of the current for the rest of your allowable bottom time. 

The northern tip of these islands, Koh Ron Nang,  is a huge expanse.  Regular divers can explore close to the coral line which is really interesting if you enjoy complex rocky structures to snoop through looking for what aquatic life hides beneath. Out down the sand bar is where it can get quite deep.  Most popular with Tech divers as depths can well exceed the limits of recreational divers. You will see many clusters of filter feeding corals and sponges attached to the boulders and the reef goes on and on. Expert navigational skills and air management a must for this route dive plan.

Maximum Depth : 22 m.  Depth average 16 m

Visibility : Depending on the Weather conditions , Usually, the best weather range for diving in this place is during October until  January – April 

What you will see on this Dive Site :  It is an area rich in soft corals ,  Sea ​​turtles , various soft corals , nudibranchs of various colors , schools of various fish , 


 

 

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