Dive Sail Rock

Sail Rock Surface picture

Dive the best of the Gulf of Thailand a Everyday (weather permitting)- only available at New Wave Diving.

Every Day 2 Dive Trip - 2,900 THB

 

We now guarantee that even if you are the only person that wants to go as a certified diver, we will send one of our two boats for you at no additional charge, providing the weather is suitable. New Wave Diving are the only school on the island that offers such a guarantee.

 

                                   

What's Included?

 

Whale Shark, whale Shark at Sail RcokSail Rock is a two hour journey from Koh Tao, and is the best dive site in the Gulf of Thailand. Due to the distance, we include breakfast, lunch, soft drinks, tea, coffee, water, biscuits and fruit to make your day with us as pleasurable as possible. 

We depart at 6am and head to Sail Rock, enjoying a bit of breakfast on the way. We then complete two dives there, with air consumption being the main limiting factor. This is even more the case for those that are Nitrox certified since we offer Free Nitrox for Nitrox Divers. Once complete, we then make our return to Koh Tao with Lunch served on baord. There is then the choice, for those that wish, to complete 2 additional dives that afternoon at sites such as Chumphon Pinnacle, Southwest Pinnacle and Shark Island. 

Everything you need is included in this trip, and is a day that everyone loves, staff and customers alike since it is a day unlike any other. Not only is the diving at Sail Rock incredible, and the food is good, but the all round great vibe generated is infectious, mainly due to the fact that with a day on the boat there is a lot more interaction between everyone.

Sail Rock Batfish School, marine life at Sail Rock

This is a Highly Recommended Trip for your time on Koh Tao.

 

 

 
 

If desired we can also supply Nitrox at no additional charge.

If not Nitrox Certified, why not join the Nitrox Course, it is over two hours long and we will give you FREE nitrox for your dives the next day!!

 

                                   

  

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