at Premchai Wreck
Though sunk on purpose in 2001 for the benefit of recreational diving, the Premchai is the twin sister of the Boonsung Wreck.
As the Premchai was sunk after the Boonsung, it is not quite as heavily inhabited, but month after month more and more aquatic life is finding it’s home on this beautiful wreck.
Placed close to the Tablamu coast, the visibility is largely affected by the coastal tide. On a good day, the visibility may not get much better than about 10m, but you can still hope to see a variety of nudibranch, mollusks, pipefish scorpion fish, cuttlefish, crocodile fish, mantis shrimp, orangutan crab, and moray eel.
Don’t expect to get any deeper than 22 meters unless you bring a shovel. You’ll have to pay close attention to your deco limit because, although you can’t go any deeper than 22 meters, you will spend the majority of the dive between this depth and the top of the wreck around 15 meters.
We are using this wreck for the second dive after the Sea Chart.
We start the trip about 7:30am from Khao Lak/Bang Niang and bring you to Tablamu Pier where the longtailboat is waiting for you. We need about 20 minutes to the dive sites and doing 2 dives with a lunch break during the surface interval. We will be back at the pier latest 1:00pm and in Khao Lak 30 minutes later.