Miss Moon Mergui Myanmar diving liveaboard Burma High Rock Burma Banks

MV Miss Moon

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Miss Moon Burma Myanmar dive boat
Myanmar Myanmar
Type: Liveaboard
No. of guests: 10
Boat rating: 8/10 Based on 1 divers
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NOTICE : As of 2021 diving liveaboards are unable to sail into Myanmar for scuba diving cruises. This boat is currently only sailing in Thailand, but will return to Myanmar as soon as possible.

Sailing from Ranong in Thailand, Miss Moon is among our most-popular Myanmar liveaboard diving boats. It is not a large boat, but with a guest capacity of just ten lucky divers, trips are very personal. There are two different itineraries, which depend on the cruise length and the price. The boat was purpose built in 2008 and is owned and run by its Danish cruise leader who joins every trip. The vibe on the boat is safe, friendly & fun diving in remote areas with no other boats around.

The motto of Miss Moon is ‘we go where no one goes.’ This means that on almost every Miss Moon diving cruise in Myanmar you’re most likely to be the only diving boat in sight. After years of experience, the team have created a couple of excellent itineraries which visit the best diving areas in Myanmar. The longer trips sail out as far as Burma Banks, but even the shorter trip explores some reefs which will blow your mind. For example, Black Rock and North Twin.

The boat takes no more than ten lucky guests. They stay in three cabin types, which are twin bunk, standard double bed, and the master cabin. All are cosy, but have fans & small windows. The double and master cabins also have air conditioning. The guest cabins are not large, but their main purpose is for sleeping after a great day’s diving plus maybe a few drinks in the evening. The small number of people on board and the fact that all trips explore areas with no other dive boats means that it really does feel like an adventure with a group of friends.

There are two main passenger decks on Miss Moon. The upper deck is the communal area where you eat, chill out, and listen to dive briefings. There’s plenty of seating for all ten guests, including sofas and around tables. There’s a large flat-screen tv, but due to the friendly nature of the trips, their destinations and diving being both fun & tiring, it’s rarely required. At the front of the upper deck is a unique sundeck that has its own refrigerator. The middle deck is where the guest cabins and the kitchen are, plus the communal bathrooms and dive platform. From the kitchen comes simply delicious food, served up to four times per day. It’s a perfect blend of Western and local cuisine that’s not too spicy. If you’re a vegan, vegetarian or have another dietary need, you will still enjoy lots of great food, but please inform the team before arrival. At the rear the dive platform is well laid out and large enough for everyone to gear up and move around without inconvenience.

All in all, it’s a great boat to enjoy diving adventures into Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago. Be quick to book, because trips sell out long in advance.

Prices & Schedule

MV Miss Moon Diver Prices Overview 2024 / 2025
DestinationsDuration Twin bunk Double Master
Boat Schedule and prices coming soon
Included In The Price
Tea / coffee
Drinking water
Weights & weightbelts
Standard tanks
Dive master services
Soap & Shampoo
Luggage storage
Not Included In The Price
Transfers to & from the airport
Transfers to and from local hotels
Dive equipment
National park fees
Dive computer
Alcoholic drinks
Dive insurance
Larger tanks
Tips / Gratuities
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Booking / Enquiry

Miss Moon has two itineraries into Myanmar. Guests need to arrive at the dive centre before midday on departure day to sign a little paperwork and fit any rental dive equipment. The boat departs from Ranong pier in the afternoon. Thai immigration board the boat to stamp you out of Thailand. Myanmar immigration is processed at Kaw Thoung soon after.

If everything happens smoothly, there is a night dive on departure day. There are up to four dives per day in Mergui. Please click on the itineraries listed below.

Please note that on return to Thailand you will be stamped back in as a new visitor. It’s vital to have at least six months passport validity from the date of the trip’s return. Depending on your nationality you will get 14-30 days’ visa on arrival.

Facilites, Layout and Specifications

Facilities Available with MV Miss Moon
En Suite Available
Air con
TV in Cabin
Courses Available
AV Entertainment
Vegetarian Food Available
Double Beds Available
Shaded Sundeck
Available to Charter
MV Miss Moon Layout
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MV Miss Moon Specifications
Type: Wood.
Length: 18 Metres.
Beam: 5 Metres.
Engines: EK 320 HP Hino.
Crusining speed: 9 Knots.
Max Speed: 12 Knots.
Fresh Water: 6000 Litres.
Fuel: 2400 Litres.
Guests: Max. 10 Guests.
Cabins: 5.
Rest Rooms: 3.
Sundeck: Sundeck with artifical grass (Shaded).
Entertainment: Apple TV.
Dinghy: 1 x 4.8 m with 25 HP outboard.
Safety: Emergency Rafts, first aid kits, life vests, fire alarms, oxygen, Satellite phone. EPIRB. AIS.
Navigation: Radar 40 NM, Chart plotter, Radio VHF/SSB, Depth Sounder, EPIRB and AIS.


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Transfer details

Miss Moon guests normally make their own way to the dive centre in Ranong Town. But if you would like to be collected from the airport or a local hotel, please let us know.

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MV Miss Moon Reviews

Read real reviews from people who have dived with MV Miss Moon
Nationality: British
Dived: 20 December 2019
Boat rating: 8/10
Miss Moon is not a high end boat and our diving wasn’t the best (poor viz-but that canny be helped) however , the crew are amazing and there’s lots to see and enjoy above the water line . Chef does a great job - food and snacks were very good
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