Accomodation is available for our guests.
There is space for up to two. Kitchen and cooking facilities, living room with LED TV and free Internet. Washing Machine, Fridge, Fan, Hot Shower. Terrace with seating area in front, car parking area beside the house. Only 2min drive to the Beach. Fresh water Storage with pump to ensure a permanent water supply.
Prices include fresh water and Electricity.
Daily 690.- THB
Monthly 16,000.- THB
Live Webcam at Ao Nang Krabi Thailand
Want to know what the weather looks like? Here is the right place to look at it! our Live Webcam is now on for 24/7.
Unfortunately sometimes there is Power cuts or no internet at all.
The Wind dropped a bit but its still big waves! The next planned scuba diving Trip will be hopefully on Monday?!
The Manta Ray Show at Hin Daeng, Hin Muang and Koh Ha Yai. A 2Day/1Night Livaboard Trip Poseidon Dive Center Ao Nang! 6 dives are included in the price of 12900,- THB
Write us an email if you are interessted! www.poseidon-krabi.com
Poseidon Dive Center Liveaboard 5th-6th April 2Days/1Night
We’re planing a Liveaboard Trip on the 5th-6th April 2Days/1Night to Hin Daeng, Hin Muang and Koh Ha Yai with 6 dives in total. We have 8 Cabins with double and bunk beds. Come with us and hopefully see some Manta Rays and possibly a Whaleshark. If you are interested please give us a call at +66(0)75637263. Price all inclusive is 9900,- THB.
Congratulations to Nico! Well Done!
Because we humans burn fossils so fast the CO2 level in the Oceans rise Anemones become acid and Nemo has problems to locate predators.
According to numerous studies, if ocean acidification continues at the current rate, clownfish could experience significant sensory impairment. Since clownfish rely on their auditory and olfactory capabilities to evade predators and locate appropriate habitats, there is much indication that ocean acidification will negatively affect their population numbers. Signs appearing here! 6 years ago we had many more anemones and Nemos here!
PLEASE reduce your carbon footprint!
A Video from our very successful 2 Clean up days at Phi Phi Islands! Project Abroad and Poseidon Dive Center joined forces and cleaned up almost 3000 kg of Rubbish. But it should not happen in the first place that so much rubbish lands in our precious Oceans! Please put your rubbish in a Bin not on the Street or the Ocean! Thanks to all the other Groups and Dive Centers who have joined!
Amazing Marine life at the Phi Phi Islands National Marine Park! A huge school of Yellow tailed Snappers and in between juv. Barracudas! #scuba
We didn’t see the king Cruiser Wreck either cause too many Fish in our way! 😉
Nemo in real life!
A Yellow lipped Seasnake is going up to the surface to get a couple of Breath and then comes back down because they don’t have gills! Yellow-lipped sea krait can go as deep as 100 meters underwater and stay there for up to one hour. Every 10–14 days yellow-lipped sea kraits come on land to digest their food, drink fresh water, to shed their skin or mate and lay their eggs. They lay around 5-13 eggs at a time.
Today we rescued about 60 starving Fish from dying in an abandoned Fish cage which was illegally set way inside the Marine National Park laying on Corals which were damaged as well! Fortunately we found it by chance cut it open and released the Fish!
It was so amazing when they were released it gave me big jiggle and it seemed like they said Thank you before they left!
A small Movie of it will follow soon!
When do People finally understand that a Reef is Millions of $$$ more worth alive then dead???
The Project Abroad & Poseidon Dive Center rescued a young Green Turtle from drowning in an abandoned and drifting Net at Phi Phi Islands. Poor fishing practices are mostly the reason.
Freediving Rescue Training from 5m of depth! Well done and Congratulations to Mou & Jai I’m proud of you guys! — with Karn Jiravatphalin and Pairote Saesieo.
Poseidon Dive Center on Xing
The “biggest power outage ever” in Thailand blacked out 14 southern provinces Tuesday evening, plunging almost the entire South into blackness for lengthy periods.
The outage occurred about 7pm, and the lights reportedly started coming back on again in certain areas at 8pm. But most of the tourist areas of Phuket were reportedly still in complete darkness two hours after the blackout began, and authorities said some areas might not get power before Wednesday morning.
Some lights were seen at 8.30pm in some areas of Phuket, Surat Thani and Hat Yai city.
There was no sign the outage was terrorist-related.
All provinces south of Surat Thani were affected, including Chumphon, Krabi, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Narathiwat, Pattani, Phang Nga, Phatthalung, Phuket, Ranong, Satun, Songkhla, Surat Thani, Trang and Yala.
Sirichai Maingram, president of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) Employees Union president, said the 500kV high-voltage cable in the central region was disconnected from the system.
Mr Sirichai said this was the biggest outage that ever occurred in the country.
The blackout was caused by a failure in the high voltage transmission power lines from the Central to the Southern region through Bang Saphan district of Prachuap Khiri Khan province, a spokesman of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) said.
Egat Corporate Social Responsibility deputy governor and spokesperson Pongdit Pojana said all Egat power stations in the South were accelerating electricity output, including two diesel-powered plants in Surat Thani and Krabi, to make up for the lost energy to the grid. They accounted for 500 megawatts of a total demand of 2,500 in the region.
The technical cause of the blackout will be further examined, and officially announced later, he said.
Mr Pongdit said authorities were urgently repairing the faulty power transmission lines in Bang Saphan district Tuesday evening, and electricity was expected to return to normal late Tuesday night or early Wednesday.
Suthon Boonprasong, assistant governor to Egat’s Transmission System Operation, said as of 9.30pm electricity was already back to normal in 90% of the affected areas in the 14 provinces.In Krabi power returned at 1am.
Namchai Lorwattanatrakul, governor of Provincial Electricity Authority, confirmed that a preliminary examination indicated the blackout first hit a 500-kilowatt power station at Bang Saphan district of Prachuap Khiri Khan, a major venue for distributing electricity to users in the southern provinces, and later caused widespread outage in other areas.
Our Boat PDC1 is back in the water
Finally! We put her completely refurbished with fireworks back in the water. Tomorrow, last checks and on Monday we plan our first Trip to Phi Phi with 2 dives!
Best of Underwater Photography by Daniel Sasse
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