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Similan Seven Sea Club

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Khao Lak, Thailand
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About Similan Seven Sea Club
Similan Seven Sea Club is your gateway to tropical paradise. We pride ourselves in providing the best possible service whether you are a day trip diver, a liveaboard adventurer, a snorkeler or just someone out for some time in the sun, we will provide you with a holiday to remember. Our Speedboat Nawanoppa will take you 70km off the west coast of Thailand to the Similan Islands where you will meet up with our large dive vessel "MV Camic". The Camic is the perfect setting for your days diving in the Similans and is versatile enough to allow you to sleep over as many nights as you wish. For those of you wishing to experience a traditional liveaboard, we have the MV Lapat which conducts 4d/4n trips to the Similans and to Thailands premier dive site, Richelieu Rock. With crystal clear turquoise water, amazing food, friendly staff and world class diving and snorkeling, let Similan Seven Sea Club provide you with the holiday you deserve.
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Stay44586845162 wrote a review Mar 2021
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Wonderful 3d/2n liveaboard, whole crew was pleasant and knowledgeable. Our guide Dan went above and beyond to make sure we're comfortable, safe and that we learn as much as possible. The dive sites on the tour are legendary, there was nothing not to like. Will come again
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Amy S wrote a review Apr 2020
Newport Beach, California14 contributions5 helpful votes
We did a 4D4N liveaboard from Feb 22-26, 2020. It was phenomenal, I'm not sure there's enough room here for me to describe it all. It will definitely go down in our memories and journals as one of the best excursions we've been on. We booked it through Liveaboard.com, and paid the rest of it once we arrived in Khao Lak at the dive shop. Our divemaster for the entire boat was Dennis Karlsson (the bomb), but he also happened to be our personal dive instructor in our group, as everyone on the boat was separated into smaller groups. There were probably 9-10 divers, 3 instructors, and obviously the wonderful crew who managed everything behind the scenes (scuba boys, Dah the cook!!, the captain). We went with the Camic (over other liveaboards), because it looked like it had the accommodations we wanted most if we were going to scuba in a new place and out in the ocean for several days: we wanted a low ocean entry on the back of the boat instead of having to dive off the side, or climb down ladders; we wanted individual cabins so we didn't have to bunk with other people; we wanted a nice area to lay around and be lazy on deck; we wanted traditional Thai food cooking, instead of "international" or "Western" food; we wanted one that was going to be close to Phuket, but reasonably priced as well; we also wanted an AC unit in our room, since we imagined it'd get pretty hot (we used it, but honestly could have done without it since the sundeck up top had a nice breeze, and we rarely spent time in our room besides sleeping). I will say that there were some con's, but I don't think the Camic is unique since these are probably issues on every sea faring vessel: bed is hard as a rock--doesn't quite matter after the first day, because then you'll sleep anywhere! Roaches--I've lived in Hawaii, so I know it comes with the tropical territory. Freaky shower/toilet combo--I hate stepping on wet floor when I use the loo, but what are you going to do, you're on a boat! Squeaky noises and creaking boat at night--you'll get creative in how to deal with or address these issues. We visited so many different dive sites, I'm probably going to miss one, so I'll just let the itinerary on the posting speak for itself. Do NOT worry about missing out, you will see everything! With 4 dives a day, you will get plenty of dives and loads of experience. Your diving level will increase not just because of having to do the routines over and over again, but you'll get the opportunity to experiment and work out any kinks or quirks of diving. And you'll get to connect with others around the world who can help and train you!! Would highly recommend and would go back again. Dennis is a wealth of knowledge in and out of the water. Thank you Dennis!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Maro_Sz wrote a review Mar 2020
Krakow, Poland60 contributions45 helpful votes
I had a great time diving with them on two 1-day trips, to Richelieau Rock and than to Koh Bon, 2 dives each day. Well organized group, staff in good phone/net contact, on time pick-ups and transfer with speedboat to MV Lapat which is not the newest boat but works well, is well maintained and clean - at least for what I needed not staying over night. Dive-instructors profesional and reliable, onboard crew helpful and lunch very tasty. I've read some negatives before booking the first trip but decided I'll take the risk for the % offers that they where proposing, and I do not regret. It was a great time with great people and lots of fun. I'd be happy to dive again with 7 seas.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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chyy8 wrote a review Mar 2020
New York City, New York22 contributions9 helpful votes
This was myself & my husband's first liveaboard experience. It was difficult to find a lot of reviews on the MV Camic so we didn't quite know what to expect. Everything exceeded our expectations - Dennis & Tik, our tour leaders, were incredible, fun, and very concerned with everyone's safety. We dove with whale sharks, mantas, turtles and massive schools of fish - beautiful! The food was delicious and the boat itself clean and great. I highly recommend and hope to be able to go back soon!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Giuseppe wrote a review Mar 2020
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Date: 3rd to 7th March. Trip: Liveaboard, diving Where: similan Islands, koh bon, koh tachai, surin Island, Richelieu rock and the coast of Khao lak. How was the diving: The state of the corals in this region was actually quite nice not as good as Egypt, but it was really good. I haven't seen that many bleached or dead coral, most of the corals were alive and well. There are also beautiful soft corals especially at Richelieu, koh tachai and koh bon. The fauna was breathtaking. So many fish... Especially at Richelieu. I was surrounded by a huge school comprised of Barracuda, trevallys, rainbow runners and fusiliers. They circled me the whole dive. It was insane. We also were very lucky because at koh tachai and koh bon we had the pleasure of seeing 4 Manta rays and 2 whale sharks. Everything you could wish for a trip like this. At other dive sites we saw everything from white tip reef sharks, hawksbill turtles, trigger fish etc. You name it you got it. But do not worry, there also more than enough for makro lovers. A huge variety of nudibranches, shrimps and crabs and even sea horses and ghost pipe fish were also to be seen. Diving conditions: Warm water with none to medium current and about 15 to 20m visibility. But all of that doesn't matter if you see a Manta gracefully swimming by. Also remember more plankton means more large pelagics! How was the crew: Dennis was a really nice dive guide, he made sure that the briefings and the safety measures have been understood by everybody. He was also spotting the small critters for us which was really nice. BTW. He's a really nice guy and you will love his stories. The food was Thai of course, I mean what do you expect, it's Thailand. It was delicious, spicy and there was something for everybody. We had a large breakfast, 2 warm meals a day and a warm snack in between. The crew was always eager to help and friendly. The room: It was fine not much to say about it. You will be diving the whole day anyway. Conclusion: It was a really nice liveaboard the crew was friendly and eager to help. We had good classical Thai food and good dive masters. But what's more important is the diving itself. And it was amazing seeing a Manta or a whaleshark is always something special. But even if you don't see those it's still great diving with schools of trevallys and barracuda. Also there is a lot of small stuff to be seen. It's great. Some things you should keep in mind while reading my review, this was my first liveaboard and so I compare the diving with my dives in the Bahamas and Egypt. But still I had a really nice time and this is how diving should be done.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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