Koh Chang wreck diving
Koh Chang Wreck Diving
Koh Chang Wreck Diving Trip November 2013
Join Mermaids PADI CDC on a Koh Chang Wreck Diving trip on Friday November 29th – December 1st 2013. The Mermaids Dive Team will be diving HTMS CHANG-712 (LST-898 USS Lincoln) and many other exciting dive sites near the paradise island of Koh Chang Island (เกาะช้าง). Koh Chang is the second largest island in Thailand with 52 islands in the chain. Koh Chang is the largest island in the Ko Chang Marine Park archipelago and was named for the elephant shape of its headland.
Mermaids dive trips are always very special with the family of divers new and old join to enjoy their passion together. We have instructors and dive masters that go for the pleasure diving. All are in love with diving but it’s wonderful to get away from the work of diving and enjoy it simply for the selfish pleasure. Come and join us!
13:00 Depart Mermaids Dive Center 5 Star PADI CDC
19:00 Arrive on Koh Chang and dinner
21:00 Check in – Siam Bay Resort and goodnight
7:30 Meet at hotel lobby depart for Dive Center
9:00 Boat leaves pier
10:00 Dive 1 Chang Wreck
13:00 Dive 2 Koh Rong
15:00 Dive 3 Hin Rab
17:30 Boat arrives at pier, free time and dinner
20:00 Van departs for hotel and goodnight
7:30 Check out and meet at hotel lobby
8:30 Boat leaves pier
9:30 Dive 1 Chang Wreck
12:00 Dive 2 Blueburry Hill
14:30 Dive 3 Hin Luk Baat
15:30 Boat arrives at pier
17:00 Van leaves for Pattaya
22:00 Arrive at Mermaids Dive Center Pattaya
The Price is 9,900 Thai baht per person which includes breakfast and lunch, 6 dives with equipment if required and accommodation sharing a twin room. Single supplements apply. Transport is additional depending on where you leave from. Please contact Sanya (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on the Kkoh Chang Wreck Diving trip and to make your booking.
Mermaids offer PADI wreck diving training to extend your skills as a diver further into the advanced realm. please contact for further info on the PADI wreck dive training. Many thanks to Nhui Scubalism for great photos of the last Koh Chang wreck diving trip.