Phuket is one of the world's best diving centers with beautiful
corals and a rich variety of fish and marine life just waiting to
be explored. The quality of the diving around the Andaman Sea has
improved greatly over the past decade due to efforts to protect
the fragile environment under the surface of the water.
But visitors to Phuket are faced with a challenge when deciding
from which of the more than 60 dive operations to choose for either
an introductory PADI course or a more extended dive trip aboard
a liveaboard vessel.
Fortunately, Siam Dive'n' Sail offers advice for visitors who
want a program that suits their time schedule, diving ability and
choice of destination. John Williams and Bent Posejpal have worked
in Phuket's dive industry for over ten years. John has been involved
in every aspect of the diving industry including liveaboards where
divers are taken to stunning locations as the Similan Islands and
the Burma Banks for three or four day adventures.
He is considered an expert on finding the best dive locations and
has co-authored two books on diving in Thailand and is currently
writing a dive guide to Thailand and Burma for the Lonely Planet.
Bent Posejpal was born and learned to dive in his native Norway
where his father still owns a dive center. He moved to Phuket in
1989 and has instructed over 300 people to qualify as PADI instructors
and has certified over 800 divers.
Siam Dive'n' Sail offers instructor courses eight times per year
in both Phuket and Phi Phi Island.
Together, John and Bent have the training and experience to offer
custom dive packages choosing from the most professional dive services
"We offer liveaboard excursions in all price ranges depending
on comfort level and budget," comments John. "We take
care of making the arrangements so visitors to Phuket who want to
experience the underwater beauty of the Andaman Sea, can have the
best trip possible." Contact Siam Dive'n' Sail at email@example.com
or check their website at www.siamdivers.com