I haven't posted our guest book for a while... here is a little sample:
It has been a great start of a season in Thailand. A fantastic group of French, Chinese and Italian people. The weather was great, the water crystal clear and the atmosphere on the boat was explosive ... all conditions were combined to make this trip unforgettable!
Surin and Similan Islands, Richelieu Rock ... Marbled rays, white and black tip sharks, leopard shark, turtles, massive napoleon wrasses, octopuses, mantis shrimps, seasnakes, massive schools of barracudas and trevallies ... We couldn't stop looking everywhere!
At the end of each dive, big smiles in everybody's face :)
Thanks to Shen, Hao, Yiwen, Philippe, Gwen, Ben and Patrizia to have shared this first trip with us, the first one is always special!
Congratulations to Hao and Yiwen for achieving their adventure deep dive, "Team China" left the trip with such a great level!
Congratulations also to Ben and Patrizia for their Nitrox certification!
Ben and Gwen are continuing the adventure with us on the next trip to Burma.
We hope to see you again soon ...
And don't forget: "Are you ready?"!!!!!
After 4 great days around Surin, Koh Bon and Koh Tachai, two days relaxing in Koh Phayam, the french group is back on the boat to explore the north of the Mergui Archipelago for 8 days.
We had some great dives. Encounter a lot of sea horses, 11 during the same dive ! Few ghost pipe fish flying in the surge. Some cute green, white and red frog fish. Blotched stingrays, Mobula, turtles and sharks were also around during this trip.
Between the dives and the meals, some were loging the dives and learning some latin name of the nudibranch, while some were catching up with sleep. We also found some time to play the famous Rumikub or chess game.
We had a lot of fun onboard and were happy to live this exploration time with all of you. Stay connected and follow our facebook page for more pictures.
A great experience to spend two cruises in a row with this group from France. They decided to explore the Thailand and the Myanmar water. And what a pleasure, the conditions of the sea are still enjoyable for the end of the season, good visibility, flat sea and load of fishes.
First part of the adventure in Thailand with the good visibility around Koh Surin, a beautiful leopard shark and a guitarfish in Koh Bon, and some nice turtles sleeping or swimming here and there.
Second part in Myanmar with some amazing creatures, some sea horses almost everydays, cute frogfishes, ghostpipefishes hidden in the corals, so many different kind of nudibranch and always the same huge amount of shrimps looking at us with their small eyes.
Very nice and joyfull atmosphere on board, with the special Bigoudaine's ceremony every evening and give the famous "couvre-chef" for the next day. They are trying to make this tradition travelling around the world.
Stay connected on our facebook page for the whole album of pictures from this trip and don't miss the lasts review for this season.
Semaine fort agreable sur ce joli bateau anime de gentillesse et de professionalisme.
Smiling, c'est vraiment ca, pendant toute la croisiereque des sourires.
Seahorses, mais oui, on en a vu, grace a l'oeuil de lyx de nos chefs de palanquee.
Quisiermos agradecer al staff de linda gente que continuamente estuvo ayudandonos en cada momento.
el barco es perfecto por sus comodidades y amenities.
el ambiete a bordo fue el mejor!
Un sejour 5 etoiles, pour la cuisine, les debrief, le bateau, tout fut parfait, au dela de nos attentes... tres grosse envie de renouveler l'aventure.
Bluffée par l'excelence du service!!! On peut voir que Franck se donne du mal pour satisfaire ses hotes, rien n'est laisse au hasard...
Two lovely group onboard to end November in Myanmar
November 2015: trip review
The past few days have been amazing, thanks to everyone at the smiling seahorse
Merci pour cette super semaine de plonee, de bonne humeur et de decouverte au milieu de ces iles superbes.
Camille and Franck are the owners of The Smiling Seahorse, a dive company operating MV Thai Sea on the Adaman Sea.
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