Join Us in Thailand’s Shipwreck Diving Capital

Aquanauts Pattaya PADI Scuba Diving Wreck Diver Course Kood Khram Hardeep

An Aquanauts instructor crosses the deck of the HTMS Kood wreck in Pattaya.

Come for an Amazing Dive Holiday

While often overshadowed by southern Thailand, Pattaya is a must-see for scuba divers looking for adventure and convenience.

Considered Thailand’s wreck-diving capital, Pattaya is home to three World War II-era ships, all within recreational dive limits. The famed Hardeep wreck, sunk during the war, long ago was overgrown with coral and teems with marine life. The HTMS Khram wreck, sunk intentionally in 2003, is now the Pattaya area’s best dive and the HTMS Kood, sunk in 2006, lies just 40 minutes from shore, making it one of the most convenient wreck dives you’ll ever have.

Pattaya is also the closest dive site to Bangkok’s airport and business districts. Many people on business in the capital join us for a day or weekend of great dives.

Use the links below to learn more about Pattaya’s wreck and coral dive and Aquanuats’ dive trips and courses.

Stay for PADI Professional Dive Career Training

Love diving? Why not get paid to do it!

If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming a PADI Divemaster or Instructor, Aquanauts has a program that can make that dream a reality in the tropical paradise of Thailand.

Aquanauts has created dive internship programs for people of all ages, nationalities and budgets. Choose from our all-inclusive, full-featured Aquanauts Complete or budget-minded Aquanauts Value internship programs. Both bundle courses, books, tons of diving, accommodations, equipment, job placement and more into a heavily-discounted package that can make you a divemaster in two months or less and an instructor in six months or fewer.

And with the Aquanauts Complete program, you’ll also get unlimited diving, eight additional courses, a full set of dive gear and accessories that’s yours to keep, a 1-year visa for Thailand, airport transfer and more.

Learn more at the links below:

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