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Kled Gaeow Wreck

Kled Gaeow Wreck

฿3,300.00

Ready to take it up a notch.

One of Phi Phi Island’s most exciting dives is at the Kled Gaeow Wreck. At 27 meters depth, this ex-Thai navy vessel was decommissioned and deliberately sank to act as an artificial reef and an incredible new dive site.

This spectacular wreck dive is teeming with fish life since it was sunk back in 2014. Located close to Phi Phi Ley Island this dive trip includes one dive on the wreck and one reef dive.


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Description

Kled Gaeow Wreck

Kled Gaeow Wreck

Duration – half day

KLED GAEOW WRECK

  • In March 2014 the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources delivered the 50 meter ex-naval gunship, HTMS Kled Gaeow. The ship now rests upright at 27 meters depth and is an oasis for the thousands of fish that have made it their home. This exciting dive offers a variety of possibilities and explorations whether you just want to fun dive it or take the PADI Wreck Specialty.
    This package includes one dive on the wreck.
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

CHOICE OF TRIPS

  • We offer two trips per day. If you are short on time our trips are perfect to fit in around your schedule. Should you arrive to Phi Phi Island on a morning ferry you can do our afternoon trip, the same day. On the other hand take our morning trip and you will still be back in time to relax before taking the ferry back to the mainland.
    Morning trips: 07.00h – 12.00h/ Afternoon trips: 13.00h – 18.00h

PLUS A REEF DIVE

  • This package will also include a 2nd dive on one of the local reefs. Since the Kled Gaeow Wreck was deliberately positioned close to Phi Phi Ley Island there is easy access to a choice of many dive sites such as Garang Heng, the Artificial Reef, Palong North, Malong or even the Bida Islands
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

THE PREPARATION

  • Preparation starts with gathering your personal information during the registration process. Equipment sizes, food preferences, diving experience and certification levels are collected to customize the best possible trip for you. Our staff take care of all the equipment logistics before you even step foot on the boat. That means you don’t have to lug any gear, tanks or other equipment. Just Enjoy the trip.

BUFFET LUNCH

  • During the trip we provide refreshments, fruit, water, tea, and coffee. Between the two dives there is a short break to enjoy the beautiful bays, during which we provide a delicious buffet of Thai cuisine. If you have any special dietary needs we can take care of that request during the registration process.
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

WHAT DO WE SEE

  • The Kled Gaeow Wreck is home to schools of thousands of yellow snappers. Pelagic fish such as trevallies, baracudas and mackeral are attracted to the abundant food supply and patrol schools of snappers. Lionfish and scorpionfish are common on the upper deck, with quite alot of macro organisms such as nudibranch and other molluscs. Beneath the hull we find groupers, emperor fish and mangrove snappers.
    On the local reef the variety can include turtles, black tip reef and leopard sharks, moray eels, stingrays, and a plethora of other reef species.

Duration – half day

STEP 1: Make a Booking

» HOW TO BOOK

STEP 2: Complete Registration

» HOW TO REGISTER

In March 2014 the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources delivered the 50 meter ex-naval gunship, HTMS Kled Gaeow. The ship now rests upright at 27 meters depth and is an oasis for the thousands of fish that have made it their home. This exciting dive offers a variety of possibilities and explorations whether you just want to fun dive it or take the PADI Wreck Specialty.
This package includes one dive on the wreck.
A diver takes their first breathes underwater

This package will also include a 2nd dive on one of the local reefs. Since the Kled Gaeow Wreck was deliberately positioned close to Phi Phi Ley Island there is easy access to a choice of many dive sites such as Garang Heng, the Artificial Reef, Palong North, Malong or even the Bida Islands.

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

We offer two trips per day. If you are short on time our trips are perfect to fit in around your schedule. Should you arrive to Phi Phi Island on a morning ferry you can do our afternoon trip, the same day. On the other hand take our morning trip and you will still be back in time to relax before taking the ferry back to the mainland.
Morning trips: 07.00h – 12.00h/ Afternoon trips: 13.00h – 18.00h

We allow only four certified divers per instructor. Based on diver experience, language, and certification levels we assign dive teams accordingly. This way our divers are provided a dive plan suitable to their needs and training. Small groups means more fun and more bottom time!

A diver takes their first breathes underwater

Preparation starts with gathering your personal information during the registration process. Equipment sizes, food preferences, diving experience and certification levels are collected to customize the best possible trip for you. Our staff take care of all the equipment logistics before you even step foot on the boat. That means you don’t have to lug any gear, tanks or other equipment. Just Enjoy the trip.

During the trip we provide refreshments, fruit, water, tea, and coffee. Between the two dives there is a short break to enjoy the beautiful bays, during which we provide a delicious buffet of Thai cuisine. If you have any special dietary needs we can take care of that request during the registration process.

A diver takes their first breathes underwater
Full consideration is given to diver certification and experience in order to assign the perfect group for your customized dives.
BCD, Regulator, Mask, Fins, Wetsuit, Tanks and Weights

We a have a choice of two dive boats depending on which dive sites trip are visited.

Reef Ranger is a well maintained 19 meters dive boat with sundeck, comfortable seating toilets, showers and easy diving.

Reef Seeker is our large longtail boat which offers a different experience and also allows us to visit the beaches.

Not Included

  • Transfer fees (to/ from Phi Phi Island)

  • Photos or videos (available on request)

  • National Park Fees

National Park fees are applied to scuba divers diving within the Had Noppharathara National Park

Start

Thai

Non-Thai

Day 1

240 thb

600 thb

Day 2

200 thb

200 thb

Day 3

200 thb

200 thb

Day 4*

240 thb

600 thb

*National Park fees renew on the 4th day
**Fees are applied to some snorkeling trips

Additional information

Duration

Each trip last between 4-5 hours

Dive Sites

2 amazing dives at the Bida Islands and Phi Phi Ley Island

Distance to Dive Sites

The furthest dive site is only 45 minutes away.

Health for Diving

All persons engaging in scuba diving should be of good health. We strongly recommend students check out the medical statement to ensure they are healthy enough to scuba dive. Persons that do have a history of specific illnesses may not be allowed to dive.

Experience required

Need to be a certified Open Water Diver or higher. Required to show logged dives within the last 12 months. Divers with more than 50 logged dives are exempt from the 12 month policy.

National Park Fees

The National Park Fees are not included. The National park fee is 600 baht for this package. National park fees are paid directly to the national park rangers at the pier before boarding the dive boat

Flying after Diving

Divers must wait at least 18 hours after scuba diving prior to boarding an airplane. Not allowing enough time between the last dive and then going to altitude is potentially dangerous

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