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Popular Liveaboards in Myanmar-burma

MV Thai Sea is a mid-size liveaboard diving boat that regularly sails to Burma (Myanmar) with up to 12 lucky guests. Instead of sailing from Khao L..
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Liveaboard diving from : 1,805 USD
Among the largest, most stable, & comfortable diving liveaboard that sails into Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago. Deep Andaman Queen has a range ..
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Liveaboard diving from : 1,396 USD
MV Dolphin Queen is one of the most popular budget liveaboard boats that operates trips to Burma (Myanmar). There are 4-bunk, twin and double bed c..
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Liveaboard diving from : 1,396 USD
This is a brand-new (2015) diving yacht that was purpose built for luxury diving cruises in from Thailand’s Khao Lak into Myanmar’s Mergui Arch..
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Liveaboard diving from : 1,396 USD
Panunee has moved to Indonesia, and until further notice will not be offering diving trips in Myanmar/Burma. Please contact use for comparable alte..
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MV Bavaria
Nitrox
Wifi
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Liveaboard diving from : 1,472 USD
MV Bavaria is a brand-new liveaboard for diving safaris in Myanmar. The experienced team run six-night trips from Thailand into The Mergui Archipel..
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MV Bunmee 3
8/10 Based on 1 Divers
Nitrox
Wifi
Liveaboard diving from : 1,487 USD
Bunmee 3 is an excellent choice for joining the best diving cruises in Burma. The boat is new, purpose built, easily large enough for all guests, a..
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Recent Reviews For Liveaboards In Myanmar/Burma

MV Bunmee 3 MV Bunmee 3
Y. S.
American
Review score: 8/10
Dived: 14 Dec 2017
Great crews, great service, wonderful cruise through Mergui archipelago, pristine beaches on uninhabited islands, colorful corals, squid, lobsters, pi...

Diving In Myanmar/Burma

Scuba diving in Burma (Myanmar) is a truly fantastic experience, but at present not the easiest of things to achieve. The area was only opened up to recreational scuba diving and international tourism in 1997, and diving there is still only possible when starting from Thailand. There are thousands of islands and countless locations which are (or could be) world-class dive sites. Although there are opportunities to take a diving day trip from one or two luxury resorts within Myanmar, nearly all of the diving in the country is aboard liveaboard diving boats from Ranong, Khao Lak or even Phuket, in Thailand. These boats set sail in the evening near the border, process the necessary paperwork at immigration the following morning, then go diving in a truly unspoilt and beautiful area, normally without another diving boat in sight.

At present, The Mergui Archipelago and Burma Banks are the only area in Myanmar for scuba diving. This group of 800+ islands lies in Myanmar’s south and covers a vast area. Liveaboard boats are only able to visit a tiny fraction of this wonderful part of the world because of the distances which need to be covered. The Burma Banks are quite far out to the west, and although fantastic dive sites the distance is sometimes just too far for some people. It could be that in the future, more diving opportunities open up in Myanmar, with the islands further north being accessed, but for logistical reasons, this would have to be done from within Myanmar. When this happens, we will offer all of the best dive boats and trips in Burma (Myanmar).