Aqua Divers Phuket

Nai Thon Dive Resort
11/5 Moo 4,
Tambon Sakoo
Amphoe Thalang
Phuket 83140
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Weather in Phuket

19. March 2018, 15:32
Partly sunny
Partly sunny
real feel: 39°C
current pressure: 1010 mb
humidity: 48%
wind speed: 1 m/s N
wind gusts: 1 m/s
sunrise: 06:31
sunset: 18:38
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Thin Lizzy

The Thin Lizzy Wreck is an old tin excavator which can be reached in about 20 minutes by boat from Naithon Beach. Thin Lizzy sank into Bangtao Bay in the early 90s. In an average of 14 m water depth the remains of the excavator are scattered on the sandy seabed. The highlight is the impressively large paddle wheel.

This dive site is very popular with divers, as there seems to gather almost the whole kaleidoscope of marine biodiversity of the Andaman Sea. It’s regular to see several large stingrays (Kuhl’s stingrays), schooling barracudas, bat fishes and cuttlefish and numerous species of puffer fish and moray eels. A striking feature of the Thin Lizzy wreck is the population is large lion fishes which approach divers very often quite tame. The legendary big brown giant moray named Olga always is around at Thin Lizzy!
Just north of the wreck in 2010 an artificial reef was created in the form of newly dumped cement blocks, which extend up to within four feet below the water surface. Also there are many schools of fish observed.

The Thin Lizzy and the cement blocks are also a very popular dive site for dedicated macro photographers. Various shrimp and nudibranch species, snails, pipe fishes and various anemone crabs can be found.


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