The MV Giamani is a 24m (80ft) steel vessel built in Phuket by an Italian boat builder. She has an interesting look about her, a nice style, especially compared to the common wooden South-Thai style boats there are so many of here. On board MV Giamani guest numbers are limited to 12 divers on each trip (but can take up to 16 on a full charter) to ensure that there is always plenty of space for all guests onboard.
MV Giamani Liveaboard: Boat Layouts
Upper Deck: Master Cabin (double bed, sofa and bunk, en suite; Saloon; Dining area;
Main Deck: Deluxe Cabins with one double and one bunk, en suite; Galley; Dive deck
MV Giamani Features & Benefits
1 Master cabin en suite with two twin bunk beds and one double bed. Bunk beds convert to sofa for day use.
2 Double bed cabins with extra bunk, en suite
Fresh hot and cold water showers
Fully Air Conditioned
Individual Air Con. In Cabins
Audio and Video Entertainment Center
Daily Housekeeping Service
Covered Outdoor Dining
Free-flow hot and cold beverages
Camera Tables And Fresh Water Tanks
Deep Freezer For Ice Cream
Ice Making Machine For Cold Drinks
Prices include tanks and weights, night diving lights (torches), divemaster services, accommodation on boards, coffee, tea, and bottled water, hotel transfers, and all meals.
What's Not Included?
Hotel transfers are charged 300 THB eacxh way from your hotel to the boat and back again in Phuket. The boat departs from Chalong Bay, Ao Chalong Villa and Spa. Airport pick ups are charged at 800 THB each way. Gear rental and Thai Government National Park fees are paid upon departure in cash on the vessel.
Gear Rental is 800 THB per day
Dive Computer rental is 300 THB per day
Hin Daeng two-day trip national park fees are 400 THB
Similan - Richelieu four-day trip national park fees are 1600 THB payable on board.
Thailand six-day national park fees are 2000 THB payable on board.
Nitrox tanks are 250 THB per fill. 15 liter (100cft) tanks are also available for rent. Please note that the use of diving computers is mandatory.
Note: We can take no responsibility for scheduling or itinerary changes due to changing weather, political situations, natural disasters or other events beyond our control. We strongly recommend that you purchase travel insurance for any kind of trip you do anywhere in the world. We also recommend that you have DAN or other diving accident insurance up to date and current in case of an unanticipated evacuation or other treatment that may not be covered by your regular insurance.