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Thailand Aggressor

Diving Squad Rating:


10 / 10!

A world class yacht, the Thai Aggressor is undeniably the most luxurious Thailand liveaboard out there, with plenty of lavish amenities, a highly trained crew and excellent dive itineraries.

Although this is the country’s most expensive liveaboard, she also offers the most diving, with up to five dives a day.

Great for: Luxury, Spacious, Lots of Diving, Jacuzzi, Off the Beaten Track Dive Sites, Professional Crew, Amazing Cuisine. 

Trip Lengths: 7 nights

Max Group Size: 16

Operates: October – April

At 35 meters long and 7 meters wide, she is the biggest Thai liveaboard out there, with an extremely roomy sundeck that features a hot tub, hammock, sundecks, partial shading and bar service

The indoor saloon and dining area is very spacious – whereas most liveaboards seat their guests around a single table, the Aggressors saloon is more like an actual restaurant with individual seating zones.

Guests can look forward to a variety of gourmet American and local cuisine, that’s both delicious and beautifully presented and is accompanied by complimentary wine, beer or soft drinks.

The 8 modernly furnished guest cabins are all equipped with a private restroom and shower, TV, aircon and plenty of storage space – double and twin cabin options are available.
With up to 5 dives a day, including night dives, the Thai Aggressor offers more diving than other liveaboards.

Over 7 nights, guests will discover the Similan and Surin Islands – two national parks with white beaches, evergreen forests and mighty boulders above water and spectacular hard coral reefs and walls below.

The Similan and Surin islands are widely considered to be the best diving regions in Thailand and around their pristine coral reefs there’s a huge assortment of colourful fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Also making their home here are numerous turtles, leopard sharks, black tip reef sharks, blue spotted sting rays and seahorses. Between January – April, look out for manta rays and whale sharks!

Thai Aggressor also travels as far north as Richelieu Rock, which lies 10km north of Surin and is widely considered to be among the 10 best dive sites in the world.

The experienced crew of 8 are highly attentive and friendly – they’re on hand to make sure your trip is a memorable one and no request is too big or small. These guys seriously know what they’re doing!

Thai Aggressor is one of the most popular liveaboards out there – she’s unbeatable in terms of the amenities and comfort she offers, and she provides more daily dives than any other option.

Guest Reviews:

Alexander FU.K
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"Probably the best organised liveabord and best dive team that I have experienced."!
Susanne ZGermany
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"Diving Richelieu Rock and Stonehenge, a whaleshark, a sleeping baby shark, an eagle ray on a night dive, lots of octopus out hunting, cuttlefish pairs, and more".
Christian GU.S.A
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"Being guided by the amazing dive masters to see so many wonderful marine creatures. The ambiance on the boat was fun and enjoyable because of the other divers and our mutual love of the ocean. This is a very interactive crew, they spent an amazing amount of time ensuring our comfort and enjoyment. We received extensive briefings, safety is number one concern, and the boat and dive schedule was run so efficiently to ensure maximum dive time. A special thank you and recognition to Cruise director Glen, dive guides, Leann, Natalia, Dan, Jai and Camille. Your are professional divers and fantastic people. The facilities, dive deck and support crew were excellent and the food delicious and plentiful thanks to Ginny and her staff. I highly recommend taking a trip on the Thailand Aggressor with this great crew".

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Scuba fanatic, travel ecstatic and loveable rogue. A rootless divemaster and perpetual adrenaline-junky, Alex holds the esteemed rank of Grand Admiral of the Diving Squad; a title he most nobly awarded to himself. A scuba-junky since 2014, he's dived much of the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Maldives, Red Sea, Ireland, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama. It's hard to say where he'll pop up next for he never settles; forever a leaf on the wind... or perhaps a lone bubble blasted along on the current.