hallelujah liveaboard

Friendly staff, clean and tasty meals, with comfortable cabins
Hallelujah boat

Early Bird Promotion until 31th August 2020! (except for February&March trip)

boat layout

Vessel Layout

vip cabin

VIP Single Room Cabin

deluxe cabin

Deluxe Double Bed

standard cabin

Standard Twin Bed Cabin

All rooms have shower and toilet.

2020 2021 schedule


VIP Single Cabin: Diver 56,000 THB

Non Diver 47,600 THB

Deluxe Double: Diver 46,000 THB

Non Diver 39,100 THB

Standard Twin: Diver 36,000 THB

Non Diver 30,600 THB

Rental Equipment (for whole trip)
Full set rental: 2,000 THB
BCD: 1,000 THB
Regulator: 1,000 THB
Mask & snorkel: 400THB
Wet suit (3mm shorty): 400 THB
Fin (Full foot type): 400 THB
Dive computer: 1,200THB
Torch: 1,200THB
Nitrox Course (on the boat): 5,500 THB

What is included?

  • All nights’ accommodation on board.
  • All meals (Western & Thai) snacks, hot beverages, coffee, tea, Milo, Soft Drinks
  • Towel, toiletries, daily cabin services
  • Tanks, weight belt, weights
  • Dive guides
  • Free Scheduled Pick Up/ Drop Offs anywhere in Phuket/ Khao Lak

What is excluded?

  • All flights & hotels stay
  • National Marine Park fee
  • Dive & travel insurance
  • Alcohol
  • Diving gear subject to availability

Refund Policy

Trip 6 months before: 100% refund
Trip 5 months before: 35% refund
Trip 4 months before: 50% refund
Trip 3 months before: No refund
If you get discount from Early Bird Promotion, you will not be refunded from the time you make your reservation.

If you have any questions or would like to make a reservation, please send us an e-mail.





Liveaboard means that you will Live on board of a vessel during your trip.

It is very common, on a diving holiday, to stay on a hotel or resort, and then do day trips for diving. Normally that would involve the transfer to the pier, taking the boat out to the dive site, spend the day onboard and then return to your hotel.

The magic of Liveaboards is that they resolve the diving, the accomodation and the meals all at  once, on board. Additionally, while doing a live aboard, you can access to dive sites that might not be accessible due to distance in a day trip. Long travel crossings are usually done at nigh, while you sleep, so when you wake up, you are ready to dive a great dive site!

Live aboard is definitively the best way to travel and focus in diving.

During those trips we normally do 4 dives per day.