DIVE SITE MAP • PICTURE GALLERIES OF DIVE SITES • 3D MODEL AND ANIMATION OF THE HTMS SATTAKUT
KO TAO – DIVING MECCA IN THE GULF OF THAILAND
Ko Tao features a vibrant scene of scuba operators on an island almost entirely dedicated to the sport of scuba diving. A key benefit of Ko Tao is that most of the dive sites are only minutes away from the popular Sairee Bay which helps cut costs for dive shops as well as customers. Many boats offer 2 daily trips to the reefs with 2 dives each, so it is very convenient to choose one’s perfect moment for diving or – NDL limits pending – even opt for 4 dives a day.
🙂 February – April / July – October
😐 January / May – June
🙁 November – December
HTMS SATTAKUT 3D WRECK MODEL
This accurate scale 3D computer model of the Sattakut wreck was created using historical construction plans, photographs of the ship before her sinking and detailed study of video footage and photographs taken at the wreck.
Experience the wreck in its full view that way you would never be able to during a dive!
HTMS SATTAKUT 3D ANIMATION
Experience the 3D model of the HTMS Sattakut from every angle with this awesome 3D animation!
It also features a cross section to the interior penetration spaces of the upper cabins.
HTMS SATTAKUT DIVE VIDEO
Here a Thai-Scuba.com original video production about scuba diving the HTMS Sattakut Wreck!
Click on the ‘expand’ icon bottom right corner to view in full screen.
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