MV Smiling Seahorse In Myanmar Takes a Whole Lot of Experience But Not a Whole Lot of Guests
If the the Mergui Archipelago wasn’t remote enough for you, the MV Smiling Seahorse only takes 16 guests on its fabulous Myanmar trips. It’s very likely that you’ll not see another scuba diving liveaboard on your Myanmar safari that can last from 5 to 9 days.
Unlike other liveaboards that only do a few special trips per year in Myanmar. The MV Smiling Seahorse concentrates on the wonderfully isolated Myanmar dive sites throughout the season. For 8 years the team have been exploring the dive sites to try and find the best possible itineraries. Special sightings are a guarantee, in can be anything from harlequin shrimps to enormous whale sharks.
The MV Smiling Seahorse doesn’t just explore Myanmar’s wonderful underwater world, some of the 800+ uninhabited islands have also ben checked out. So those who need to get their feet on dry land for a couple of hours, can get that chance on pristine beaches. The beauty of Mergui Archipelago doesn’t just extend under the waves.
Very well thought out! There are eight cabins on MV Smiling Seahorse – 2 Master, 4 Deluxe and 2 Standard. All have air-con and master and deluxe cabins have en-suite bathrooms. The standard cabins share two communal toilets so you should never have to wait very long. Beds are designed in such a way that deluxe and standard cabins can be twin or double bed configuration.
Most Thailand/Myanmar liveaboards don’t cater very well for photographers. The MV Smiling Seahorse is an exception, a dedicated camera room with lots of power points so keen photographers can easily take care of and prepare camera equipment.
ItinerariesSafety & LayoutIncludes/Excludes
Price Per Person
|6 Day/5 Night||7 Day/6 Night||8 Day/7 Night||9 Day/8 Night|
|Master THB 50,000 |
Deluxe THB 47,000
Standard THB 45,000
|Master THB 64,000 |
Deluxe THB 61,000
Standard THB 58,000
|Master THB 68,000 |
Deluxe THB 66,000
Standard THB 63,000
|Master THB 80,000 |
Deluxe THB 78,000
Standard THB 75,000
*Not Including National Park Fees or equipment
Unfortunately Due to Current Global Circumstances All Myanmar Trips For 2020-2021 Season Have Been Cancelled