Our Fun Diving trip to the King Cruiser wreck in the Shark Point Marine park is a super day that includes 3 dives. The 3 dives will be King Cruiser wreck (although you will need to be AOWD to do this dive), Anemone Reef and then Shark Point. If you want to find out more about this brilliant dive site in Thailand, visit our King Cruiser, Shark Point & Anemone Reef diving guides.
- 25% deposit will be taken on booking (cancellation policy), full payment will be required on morning of activity.
- Days Activity Runs on: Daily
- Duration: 1 Day
- Collection/Meetup time: 08:30
- Drop Off Time: 17:30
- Cost: thb5900
- Requirements: Minimum age of 18 | Minimum of Open Water Diver Certificate | Advanced Open Water Diver Certificate required for King Cruiser Wreck| 20 logged dives
- Number of Dives: 2 or 3 dives depending on certification level
The first dive in the King Cruiser wreck is by far the most famous wreck in the area. The wreck is 85 meters long, 25 meters wide, roughly 15 meters high and it sits upright at 32 meters on a sandy bottom. The car ferry running between Phi Phi Islands and Phuket hit the Anemone Reef in 1997 and has ever since been one of the main diving attractions in the area. The wreck is full of both structural details and Marine life.
Due to the depth (18-32 meters) and occasional strong currents, the King Cruiser wreck is recommended for more experienced divers (AOWD+).
Dives II and III on Anemone reef & Shark point are the neighbouring dive sites completely covered in colourful sea anemones and soft coral. There are great amounts of marine life everywhere on these dive sites starting from the smallest cleaner shrimps to seahorses or ghost pipe fish and on to an occasional big visitors, such as Turtle, Leopard shark or even a Whale shark.
Unique and fantastic scenery for diving and underwater photography. Recommended for all certification levels.
All equipment is available to hire for free. Some equipment such as dive computers and underwater cameras will incur an extra charge. You are welcome to use your own equipment however, please ensure that it has been serviced as and when required. If we see equipment that we do not feel is safe or adequate, we reserve the right to ask you to leave it behind and provide you with a suitable replacement. If you have specialist requirements, please contact us
and we will do all we can to help fulfil those requirements.