If you haven’t dived wrecks before, or if you have and didn’t really enjoy it… This trip is for you. We’re heading down to a wreck which isn’t often explored: The Petchaburi Bremen.
The Bremen is a steam ship from 1901 which sank in 1920 after hitting an unchartered rock. She’s now broken in two, but with much of the wreck still intact. We’ll spend 1 day on the Bremen and the other on the HTMS Kut, which is a shipwreck much closer to the pier.
We’re a club, not a dive shop
This trip is run by the BK Dive Crew. We’re a not-for-profit club that operates out of Bangkok. We usually try to rent out whole boats and then share the costs amongst all the divers.
None of the organizers make any money, and actually pay the same rates as everyone else on the trip. We’ll have a few fairly experienced wreck divers coming, so if you’ve ever wondered what all the fuss is about with wrecks, come along and we’ll show you how we dive them and why we love wrecks.
Experience and training
You’ll need your Advanced Open Water certification to join on this trip. Nitrox comes in handy on the HTMS Kut. If you don’t already have your certification we can set up a course for you during the week before the trip.
We’ll head down on Friday night and come back to Bangkok Sunday evening. Carpools available!
~4000thb for the weekend
Gear Rental: 1000thb for the weekend
Nitrox: Available upon request
Lunch, water, and weights are included
How to join
RSVP to this event, and then send a message to @joefromtheinternet on LINE.