M/V Chok Somporn – Diving Tours

M/V Chok Somporn – Diving Tours

The M/V Chok Somporn running scuba diving day trip tours to some of Phuket’s top scuba diving destinations and dive sites!

Come scuba diving with us aboard the M/V Chok Somporn, Phuket’s best little dive tour boat, well actually in all honesty it’s not that little, just slightly smaller than the Kepsub, M/V Chok Somporn has a large diving launch platform, port & starboard dive entry areas and a huge amount of tank space for easy equipment setup whether your group be large or small.

Reliability is also a key factor for us with the M/V Chok Somporn, running tours every single day to both Phi Phi Island + and Racha Yai, Racha Noi, we will guarantee, that nothing short of horrible weather will prevent you from having an amazing three dive scuba diving day trip tour of Phuket’s best dive sites!

Location Dives Price
Phi Phi Island + 3 3,700 THB ^
King Cruiser Wreck 3 3,700 THB ^
Racha Yai, Racha Noi 3 3,700 THB ^

^ If you need to rent scuba equipment there will be an additional charge 500 THB for a full set.
+ In April 2015 a National Marine Park fee was introduced for the Phi Phi Island scuba diving day trips. To date this hasn't been collected by park officials. Please bring THB 600 in cash with you, just in case the park officials decide to collect it on the day.

M/V Chok Somporn is equipped with two toilets and four showers, a spacious bean bag filled sun deck for lounging around in, covered seating area up top for dive briefings, socialising and eating and an air conditioned inside area for course work, sleeping and camera setup. It really is the perfect little dive boat.

So if you are ready to come diving, don’t hesitate, book your scuba diving day trip tour with Local Dive Thailand today, and be diving tomorrow with Phuket’s best local dive guides on one of the Andaman’s most reliable diving vessels!

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M/V Chok Somporn Deck Layout

Check out the Chok Somporn from top to bottom with our detailed deck guide.

M/V Chok Somporn Deck Plan - Local Dive Thailand

M/V Chok Somporn Deck Plan – Local Dive Thailand

Local Dive Thailand operate 2 vessels running a twin engine and twin propeller configuration, this enables self reliance in an engine failure situation even in rough seas. We run a Global Positioning System on each Vessel to Alert the Harbor Master as to where the boats are at all times. First Aid and Oxygen are on board for Emergency purposes with trained Responders at hand, couple this with a Dingy Craft to quickly respond to any in water situation, makes sure your safety is in good hands.

M/V Chok Somporn Dive Tour Bookings

Ready to come diving with Local Dive Thailand? Then don’t hesitate, contact us today and be diving in the crystal clear turquoise waters of the Andaman sea tomorrow!



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