Diving Squad Rating:
9.1 / 10
Taking a maximum of just 10 guests, Giamani has the smallest group size of any Thai liveaboard, making her perfect for those seeking a more personal experience.
She is a beginner friendly liveaboard; guests only require their open water certification with no extra logged dives necessary. For an extra fee, you can also complete scuba courses or hire a private dive guide.
Great for: Small Groups, Short Trips, Beginners, Single Travellers
Length of Trips: 2 – 4 nights
Max Guests: 10
Operates: October – May
In total, there’s just 5 cabins; all of them are equipped with ac, a mini fridge and ensuite shower rooms. Choose between a deluxe cabin with single or double occupancy – or a master cabin with extra space.
The itineraries offered by Giamani are short and sweet with easy dive sites – there’s 2 itineraries to choose from:
In between dives, guests can look forward to plenty of beach excursions as well as snorkeling and a relaxed onboard atmosphere with movies and games in the air-conditioned indoor saloon being common place!
Leading out from the indoor saloon, there’s a shaded relaxation and dining area where you can unwind and sip an icy beer or a glass of wine after the days diving.
Right at the top of the Giamani is the sundeck with mattes – it’s the very best place from which to catch the view, especially around sunset time.
The dive deck has plenty of space as well as a large camera table and rinse tank to cater for underwater photographers.
All meals are served buffet style and consist of Thai and international cuisine. Vegan and vegetarian options are available on request.
You can also pay extra to hire a private dive guide and complete scuba diving courses or for extra dives or to use nitrox.
Giamani isn’t the cheapest Thai liveaboard, but she does offer the most private experience and her friendly crew go above and beyond to cater to guests every need.