The Junk Liveaboard
The Junk Liveaboard | Phuket Thailand
The Junk Liveaboard is a remarkable 33-meter genuine wooden sailing ship boasts its unique distinction, having graced the screens of various movies, notable among them being 'The Man With The Golden Gun' from the James Bond 007 series and the classic "Swiss Family Robinson."
Double/Twin CabinUSD 720 (3D2N) - USD 1,440 (5D4N) - USD 1,800 (6D5N) - USD 2,160 (7D6N)
Triple CabinUSD 590 (3D2N) - USD 1,180 (5D4N) - USD 1,475 (6D5N) - USD 1,770 (7D6N)
The Junk Liveaboard | DOUBLE/TWIN CABIN | USD 720 (3D2N) - USD 1,440 (5D4N) - USD 1,800 (6D5N) - USD 2,160 (7D6N)
We offer two secluded cabins with a flexible setup, allowing them to transform into twin beds if desired. Each cabin boasts complete air-conditioning and comes equipped with its own en-suite bathroom, featuring a refreshing hot water shower and toilet.
The Junk Liveaboard | TRIPLE CABIN | USD 590 (3D2N) - USD 1,180 (5D4N) - USD 1,475 (6D5N) - USD 1,770 (7D6N)
Two cabins available, each accommodating up to three occupants. These cabins can also be configured as shared twin accommodations or as a private double cabin. All cabins are equipped with full air-conditioning and feature en-suite bathrooms.
Triple Bunk Beds
TRIPLE Bunk Beds
The Junk Liveaboard | QUAD CABIN | USD 480 (3D2N) - USD 960 (5D4N) - USD 1,200 (6D5N) - USD 1,440 (7D6N)
We have two cabins with four berths each, featuring bunk beds that can also be utilized as Shared Twin beds. All cabins are equipped with complete air-conditioning and include private en-suite facilities with hot water showers and toilets.
THE JUNK LIVEABOARD 2023-24 SCHEDULE
Departure - Return
08 - 10 Sept 2023
22 - 24 Oct 2023
23 - 29 Oct 2023
30 Oct - 05 Nov 2023
05 - 11 Nov 2023
12 - 16 Nov 2023
16 - 20 Nov 2023
22 - 27 Nov 2023
27 Nov - 03 Dec 2023
03 Dec - 09 Dec 2023
11 - 15 Dec 2023
15 - 21 Dec 2023
22 - 28 Dec 2023
29 Dec 2023 - 04 Jan 2024
04 - 10 Jan 2024
11 Jan - 15 Jan 2024
15 - 19 Jan 2024
20 - 26 Jan 2024
26 Jan - 01 Feb 2024
02 - 06 Feb 2024
06 - 10 Feb 2024
11 - 17 Feb 2024
17 - 23 Feb 2024
24 - 28 Feb 2024
28 Feb - 03 Mar 2024
04 - 10 Mar 2024
10 - 16 Mar 2024
17 - 21 Mar 2024
21 - 25 Mar 2024
26 Mar - 01 Apr 2024
01 - 07 Apr 2024
08 - 12 Apr 2024
12 - 16 Apr 2024
17 - 23 Apr 2024
23 - 29 Apr 2024
30 Apr - 04 May 2024
04 - 08 May 2024
09 - 15 May 2024
Itinerary 3D2N - 11 Dives
Itinerary 5D4N - 14 Dives
Itinerary 7D6N - 19 Dives
The Junk Sun Deck
The Junk Salon
The Junk Dive Deck
Similan National Park
The Junk Liveaboard | Dive Sites In details
Koh Phi Phi boasts a diverse selection of dive sites within the Phi Phi National Park, characterized by mini-walls and shallow coral gardens.
Among these sites are Hin Bida, Koh Bida Nok, Koh Bida Nai, Pilay Wall, Hin Dot, and Ao Maya, each offering its own unique attractions. The underwater wildlife is abundant and varied, featuring frequent sightings of black tip reef sharks, tigertail seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish, cornet fish, octopus, scorpion fish, blue fin trevally, barracudas, and a multitude of other fascinating species.
Shark Point and Anemone Reef are pinnacle formations that belong to a single reef system and are situated in close proximity to one another. Both locations are adorned with vibrant soft corals and anemones, creating a stunning backdrop for divers of all levels.
The diverse marine life includes everything from barracuda to seahorses, turtles, octopuses and the iconic leopard shark!
Koh Doc Mai, often referred to as the 'Flower Island,' is a small yet remarkable sheer rock formation located between Shark Point and Phuket. Despite its size, diving at this site can offer divers unforgettable experiences.
Exploring a cavernous space, encountering frogfish, ornate ghost pipefish, and even bamboo sharks – Koh Doc Mai consistently presents surprises that leave divers with awe-inspiring memories.
Koh Haa, a cluster of five islands located to the south of Phi Phi, stands out for its diverse diving opportunities. The main attraction of diving at Koh Haa is its remarkable variety. Explore the intricate network of caves on the largest island, Koh Ha Yai, where the entrance filters the water's light to create an emerald hue.
Delve into the vertical swim-through known as "the chimney." With its walls, gently sloping reefs, and extensive beds of soft corals, Koh Haa caters to divers of all preferences. Additionally, the lagoon nestled among the islands features shallow yet thriving reefs, making it an excellent choice for night dives.
Hin Daeng and Hin Muang - Although a mere five hundred meters apart, these two dive sites offer profoundly distinct underwater experiences. Hin Daeng, or "Red Rock," emerges just above the water's surface and derives its name from the vibrant red Dendronephthya Soft Corals that adorn its upper slopes and walls.
This rock formation consists of a sequence of walls interspersed with occasional shelves at different depths. These formations gradually descend to a sandy substrate floor, averaging around thirty-five meters in depth, and in certain areas, they plunge far beyond the limits of recreational diving depths.
Hin Muang lies entirely beneath the water's surface, resembling an underwater version of Uluru. Its shallower peaks are adorned with a dense array of anemones, accompanied by their protective guardian fish. In the valleys that stretch between these peaks, you'll encounter sizable moray eels, and occasionally, vigilant triggerfish on alert.
The rich diversity of everyday reef life thrives on both sites, encompassing minute invertebrates that cater to various species of moray eels. Schools of Red, Yellow, and White Snappers gracefully navigate the waters, while the opportunity often arises to observe bamboo sharks concealed within crevices and leisurely leopard sharks resting on sandy patches.
Whale shark and Manta rays can also be spotted so keep an eye on the blue...