Peter Pan

Lower budget Similan liveaboard

Peter Pan liveaboard

Peter Pan liveaboard is a lower budget Similan liveaboard that offers good service to it’s 22 diving guests. It’s very popular with Thai dive groups and is often booked up many months in advance.

Built in 2002 and completely refurbished by the new owners in 2022. All cabins have air conditioning. There are twin or double bed cabins. The VIP cabin is huge and has panoramic sea views.

Peter Pan is Thai owned and operated and serves up authentic Thai cuisine.

Peter Pan accepts certified divers from Open Water level and upwards.

Peter Pan liveaboard departs from Khao Lak, transfers are provided from Phuket hotels, or from the airport.

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Features

  • Max 22 guests
  • Build in 2002, refurbished 2022
  • Boat length 26 metres, beam 6.5m
  • 1 x VIP double bed cabin with en-suite bathroom on the main deck. This cabin has an extra sofa bed which may suit families.
  • 5 x twin bed cabins on the main deck with sea view. Shared bathrooms
  • 2 x double bed cabin and 1 x twin bed cabin on the lower deck. Shared bathrooms
  • 2 x bunk bunk bed cabins on the upper deck. Shared bathrooms
  • All cabins are air conditioned
  • There are 4 shared bathrooms
  • 2 x Hino 345 diesel engines.
  • Cruising speed 10 knots.
  • Nitrox Available.
  • 4 dive staff
  • Radar, GPS, depth sounder, VHS, SSB Radio, life raft, life vests, first aid kit, emergency O2

Prices

Peter pan liveaboard price

4 days 4 nights (15 dives) Similan, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock

  • (V) VIP Double with private bathroom (main deck): 32,500 baht per diver
  • (A) Twin bunk cabin (upper deck): 28,500 baht per diver
  • (B) Twin bed cabin (main deck): 28,500 baht per diver
  • (C) Twin / Double cabin (lower deck): 26,500 baht per diver

4 days 4 nights (15 dives) South Andaman (Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Haa, Koh Lipe, Phi Phi, Shark Point, King Cruiser Wreck)

  • (V) VIP Double with private bathroom (main deck): 32,500 baht per diver
  • (A) Twin bunk cabin (upper deck): 28,500 baht per diver
  • (B) Twin bed cabin (main deck): 28,500 baht per diver
  • (C) Twin / Double cabin (lower deck): 26,500 baht per diver

3 days 3 nights (11 dives) Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Surin, Boonsung Wreck

  • (V) VIP Double with private bathroom (main deck): 28,500 baht per diver
  • (A) Twin bunk cabin (upper deck): 24,500 baht per diver
  • (B) Twin bed cabin (main deck): 24,500 baht per diver
  • (C) Twin / Double cabin (lower deck): 22,500 baht per diver

3 days 3 nights (11 dives) South Andaman (Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Haa, Koh Rok, Phi Phi, Shark Point, King Cruiser Wreck)

  • (V) VIP Double with private bathroom (main deck): 28,500 baht per diver
  • (A) Twin bunk cabin (upper deck): 24,500 baht per diver
  • (B) Twin bed cabin (main deck): 24,500 baht per diver
  • (C) Twin / Double cabin (lower deck): 22,500 baht per diver

 

Prices include:
Dive guide, tanks, weights & belt, all meals, fruits, soft drinks, drinking water, tea/coffee, transfers to/from Phuket hotel.

Prices exclude:
Alcoholic drinks, Marine National Park Fees (1,800 baht per diver/1,000 baht per non diver), dive courses. dive equipment (400 baht/set/day), nitrox (200 baht/tank).

Non diver price = diver price minus 20%

Single supplement = diver price plus 80%

Schedule

Peter pan liveaboard schedule

15 May – 15 Oct Season Close

DatesDescriptionStart / Finish
12-16 Oct 20224d4n South AndamanPhuket / Phuket
19-23 Oct 20224d4n South AndamanPhuket / Phuket
2-6 Nov 20224d4n South AndamanPhuket / Phuket
9-13 Nov 20224d4n South AndamanPhuket / Phuket
14-18 Nov 20224d4n South AndamanPhuket / Phuket
18-21 Nov 20223d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckPhuket / Khao Lak
21-24 Nov 20223d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
25-28 Nov 20223d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
28 Nov-1 Dec 20223d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
1-5 Dec 20224d4n South AndamanKhao Lak / Khao Lak
8-12 Dec 20224d 4n Similan, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
14-18 Dec 20224d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
21-25 Dec 20224d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
28 Dec-2 Jan 20235d5n North AndamanKhao Lak / Khao Lak
3-6 Jan 20233d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
6-10 Jan 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
11-15 Jan 20234d 4n Similan, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu RockKhao Lak / Khao Lak
16-19 Jan 20233d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
20-25 Jan 20235d5n North AndamanKhao Lak / Khao Lak
25-29 Jan 20234d 4n Similan, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu RockKhao Lak / Khao Lak
1-5 Feb 20234d 4n Similan, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu RockKhao Lak / Khao Lak
6-9 Feb 20233d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
15-19 Feb 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
20-23 Feb 20233d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
23-27 Feb 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
1-5 Mar 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
8-12 Mar 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
13-16 Mar 20233d3 Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
16-20 Mar 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
22-26 Mar 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
28 Mar-1 Apr 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
5-9 Apr 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
12-16 Apr 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
17-20 Apr 20233d3n Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
20-24 Apr 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
3-7 May 20234d4 Similan, Surin, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
8-11 May 20233d3n Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak
11-15 May 20233d3n Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock, Boonsung WreckKhao Lak / Khao Lak

Itinerary

Peter pan itinerary

Duration: 4 Days / 5 Nights North Andaman

Start/Finish Khao Lak

DEPARTURE DAY
Pick up from Phuket hotels or Phuket airport 1600-2000 hrs
Pick up from Khao Lak hotels ~1900-2000 hrs
Transfer to Thap lamu pier Khao Lak
Cruise to the Similan Islands

DIVE DAY 1
Light breakfast
DIVE 1 CHECK DIVE SIMILAN 4, 5, 6
Big breakfast
DIVE 2 WEST OF EDEN #7
Lunch
DIVE 3 THREE TREES #9
Take you to visit to No. 8 island (sail rock)
DIVE 4 NIGHT DIVE #8, 9
Dinner
Cruise north to Koh Bon

DIVE DAY 2
DIVE 5 KOH BON
DIVE 6 KOH BON
Cruise to Tachai Island
DIVE 7 KOH TACHAI
DIVE 8 KOH TACHAI

DIVE DAY 3
DIVE 09 RICHELIEU ROCK
DIVE 10 RICHELIEU ROCK
DIVE 11 KOH SURIN
Take you to visit to Mokan village in Surin national park by long tail boat
DIVE 12 KOH SURIN

DIVE DAY 4
DIVE 13 RICHELIEU ROCK
DIVE 14 PRATHONG WRECK
DIVE 15 BOOMSUNG WRECK

1600-1700 hrs: Arrive back to Thap lamu pier Khao Lak

Day 5
09.00-10.00 Disembark the vessel and transfer to Minivan to Phuket / Phuket International airport / Khaolak area

Duration: 3 Days / 3 Nights North Andaman

Start/Finish Khao Lak

DEPARTURE DAY
Pick up from Phuket hotels or Phuket airport 1600-1900 hrs
Pick up from Khao Lak hotels ~1900 hrs
Transfer to Thap lamu pier Khao Lak
Cruise into the Similan Islands marine national park. Overnight mooring at Koh Bon.

DIVE DAY 1
Light breakfast
DIVE 1 KOH BON
Big breakfast
DIVE 2 KOH BON
Lunch
Cruise to Tachai Island
DIVE 3 KOH TACHAI
Snack/relax
DIVE 4 NIGHT DIVE KOH TACHAI
Dinner

DIVE DAY 2
DIVE 5 KOH TACHAI
DIVE 6 RICHELIEU ROCK
DIVE 7 RICHELIEU ROCK
DIVE 8 KOH SURIN

DIVE DAY 3
DIVE 09 RICHELIEU ROCK
DIVE 10 PRATHONG WRECK
DIVE 11 BOOMSUNG WRECK

Cruise back to Thap lamu pier Khao Lak
Disembark at about 1700 hrs
Transfer back to hotels in Phuket or Khao lak

 

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    4. The balance is due 60 days before the departure date.

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    Peter Pan liveaboard reviews

    Reviews for Peter Pan liveaboard on Trip advisor

    Some older reviews from our guests:

    To me almost everything about the trip was good. The crew are friendly enough. Food is delicious. Diving was great. We saw a whale shark and a manta ray. How lucky. Boat in general is ok except that the air conditioning to the rooms need improvement/major servicing. Room 203 did not have functioning air conditioning at all. Most of the cabins on the dive deck have problems including the VIP room that I had. A few of us including myself had to sleep in the lounge for the entire trip. Thank goodness for the comfy lounge.  And sometimes the air-cond. to the cabins will be turned off at mid-day which means no napping in the cabins and most of us find it quite annoying. When we ask the crew to turn it on again it will take a long time to cool down the cabin especially my room which is the largest one.
    Besides the air-conditioning there is really nothing much wrong with MV Peter Pan. San, Mar 2014

    I had a good trip on Peter Pan – really enjoyed the diving in the Similans. The boat was comfortable and the crew were very friendly and helpful. They had a decent selection of movies which we watched at night or between dives. The equipment was fine and they had spares so it was easy for me to switch to a smaller wetsuit. Personally, Richelieu Rock was one of my favourite dives – it was pretty amazing to watch thousands of fish swimming by during the sunset dive, and the macro there was nice too. Thanks for helping with the arrangements! Lorraine, Jan 14

    Hey Paul, Our trip on the Peter Pan liveaboard was awesome! We had a really amazing adventure, doubled the amount of dives we had done and got way more comfortable diving. I loved Sandra, who was our dive master. I just hope her ear is ok. Rut and all of the entire staff on the boat were just wonderfully fun and professional.
    I absolutely will recommend Peter Pan to anyone I talk to and maybe we will do the South trip one day. We saw some great stuff. The most fish I have ever seen in my life. Not much on the big side, but that’s ok. Thanks again for being in quick contact with me every time I emailed you. I have no complaints. And the cook on board was also incredible. Not only did he serve delicious food every day, he was extremely accommodating to my girlfriend’s dietary restrictions at every meal. He always made something special just for her. Thanks again! Courtney, Jan 2013

    Hi Paul, Trip was great. Crew was good also. Chris and I ended up doing our Advanced course also so saw a lot and did a lot! Instructor Wendy was awesome and Coen ran a great operation. Thanks for all your help with arranging stuff and accommodating dive course. We will recommend you to other travelers planning trips. Cheers, Ailsa and Chris Dec 2013

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