Boon Sung Wreck

Diving at the Boon Sung Wreck: Explore History Underwater

Boon Sung Wreck in Khao Lak is a popular dive site in the region off Khao Lak.

Here is a description of this dive site:

The Boon Sung Wreck is located in the Andaman Sea off the coast of Khao Lak, Thailand. It is a former Thai tin mining dredger that sank in 1984. The wreck lies at a depth of about 18 meters and is suitable for both beginners and experienced divers.

The Boon Sung Wreck is covered with a variety of marine life, offering a rich underwater world. The visibility is usually good, allowing divers to admire the different types of corals, sponges, and schools of fish surrounding the wreck.

Frequently spotted species include barracudas, stingrays, parrotfish, anglerfish, nudibranchs, ghost pipefish, and much more. Regular sightings of whale sharks also occur there! Divers call it the "fish soup."

The wreck itself is about 60 meters long and in relatively good condition. It offers several entrances and passages to be explored.

The diving conditions at the Boon Sung Wreck are generally good. It is recommended to explore the wreck with an experienced dive guide to ensure safety and make the most out of the diving experience.

Overall, the Boon Sung Wreck is a fascinating dive site in Khao Lak with abundant marine life and an interesting wreck structure. It is definitely a place divers should not miss when exploring the region.

The Boon Sung Wreck is visited daily with Wetzone Divers Dive Center Khao Lak partners.