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Thailand's diving is defined- or perhaps confused- by its position between two seas. The western coastline faces the Indian Ocean and is heavily affected by its deep water currents and contrasting monsoons. May to October sees driving, onshore winds pushing in from southwest. By November, calmer conditions return to the Andaman Sea as the monsoon swaps over to the northeast. Over in the Gulf of Thailand, wind patterns have the opposite seasonal effect All the way from South of Phuket and right up into Myanmar, there is a fantastic diving. Sea fans and colourful soft corals are plentiful. There are enourmous granite boulders, spectacular swim-throughs and swarms of colourful fish.

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    5* Thailand Aggressor


    Thailand Aggressor sails from Phuket off Thailand's western coastline. Phuket is known as the "The Pearl of the Andaman" and diving in the Andaman Sea will bring you other treasures. The treasures of the Andaman Sea are found at famou...

    28 Dec 2019 (7 nts)
    Itinerary: North Andaman Sea
    £2651 Available