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Phi Phi Dive Centre / Dive Shop

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Ocean Zone Divers Phi Phi Islands

Our Phi Phi facility has closed in 2011 but we are working with one of the bst dive centre on the island, run by instructors that have trained with us. Phi Phi is a pristine place to learn to dive and they offer the full range of diving courses from discovery programs to divemaster education.

Overhead programs

Ocean Zone Divers runs here most of the overhead courses such as cavern diver and intro cave diver (TDI/SDI, CMAS/TDA) and there is also an option for running wreck penetration courses on the King cruiser wreck.

The Dive Centre

The dive centre that we work with is a mixed recreational/technical dive center. They stock oxygen necessary to blend any type of nitrox mix required for technical diving, nitrox diving or rebreather diving. Their station is fitted with a compressor using continuous blending and partial pressure blending.

The Dive Gear

The Dive centre is equipped with rental sets of technical gear. We carry aluminum double S80s and aluminum S80s and S40s tanks for Sidemount or decompression. Our rebreather tanks range from 2L to 5L. All our doubles are assembled with stainless steel heavy duty bands and equipped with DIN valves and isolation manifolds.

Pier Beach

This facility uses the Tong Sai Bay Pier (300m from the shop) that deserves most of the famous dive sites surrounding Phi Phi Islands. Just beside the pier is a protected area for beach diving that we use sometimes for some courses. We also have a diver tube in which we can practice most of the scuba diving skills within the shop.

Accommodation nearby

Ocean Zone Divers works with many nice guest houses located close to the shop. For those who wish to book a more comfortable room, Ocean Zone Divers can assist you with your bookings in all the major hotels.

Got something to ask us ?

We are Technical diving education professionals and over the years we have been asked almost everything, feel free to look at our most commonly asked technical diving questions or contact us directly.