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Sea Bees Diving Phi Phi ‑ CLOSED

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Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand
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About Sea Bees Diving Phi Phi
Welcome to the world of Sea Bees Diving. With more than 21 years experience, our dive centres in Phi Phi Island, Phuket, Khao Lak and Pak Meng welcome divers and snorkelers, beginner or experienced, to make the most of the world-renowned dive sites of Southern Thailand on either daytrips or liveaboards. Join us on our state-of-the-art fleet for fun, relaxation, small dive groups and personalised service.
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Michael B wrote a review Mar 2017
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I just finished my scuba dive diving open water license and it was one of the BEST experience of my life. The staff was ultimately AWESOME and I would recommend them to anyone. If you're looking for scuba diving experience, and have competent staff that will keep you SAFE, then this is your best choice.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Response from Holger S, Public Relations Manager at Sea Bees Diving Phi Phi
Responded Mar 22, 2017
Dear Michael B, Thanks for the great review it was a pleasure to take you out for your first dives, we are glad you enjoyed your course with us. We are also glad you got to see some amazing stuff on your first dives as well. We hope to see you back here soon. Thanks from the Sea Bees Phi Phi Team!
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Tim M wrote a review Mar 2017
Verchaix, France23 contributions12 helpful votes
My 15 year old daughter and I did an SSI open water course, in February, with Graham, who was an excellent instructor. We really enjoyed it, in every way, and felt that Graham put us through our paces, at just the right tempo. Everybody we met, from the boat captain, to the office support staff, were friendly and helpful. The diving was fantastic, and we definitely plan to return to phi phi, so that we can, hopefully, dive with Graham again.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Mgnaegy wrote a review Nov 2016
Sarasota, FL4 contributions
It was our first dive and Jenna gave us our briefing and took us out. I got really sea sick and the staff handled it really well. But even being sick was totally worth it - it was incredible. We saw a blacktip shark and so many cool fish that the instructors helped us identify. They were really good teachers and made us feel comfortable. Plus it's a small enough group that you get total hands-on attention. We're already making plans for coming back and getting certified.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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Morten V wrote a review Oct 2016
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Stayed at Holiday Inn for 4 days only with diving in mind. Sea-Bees were a fantastic experience. Great staff, equipment and service. Dive sites were not far away from the dive center making day-trips very easy. So Thank You, Merci Beaucoup, Vielen Dank to Marie, Matt and Werner for some fantastic days. P.S. Don't forget to tell the real pirate story about the wreck.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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mssibb wrote a review Oct 2016
Bad Bentheim, Germany3 contributions3 helpful votes
I can fully recommend this scuba diving centre for anybody wishing to learn to dive. The very friendly multi-lingual couple that were running the diving centre during my stay on Phi Phi island went out of there way to ensure my, and those of other divers, learning experience at the various wonderful diving sites around the islands was an experience to be remembered. They are slightly more expensive when adventure/discovery diving than other diving schools on that stretch of the island, but due to their professionalism and customer orientated approach, well worth that little extra money. The diving school is on the site of the Holiday Inn which is an excellent chain of hotels but there are other equally good, if not better, hotels within walking distance but for less money (e.g. Erawan or Natural resorts).
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Date of experience: October 2016
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