Kled Kaew Wreck

Kled Kaew Wreck, the closest and fantastic wreck dive site in Koh Lanta!

Length: 47.2 meters.
Beam: 7.7 meters
Draft: 13 meters
Weight 382-ton

Kled Kaew was an ancient Royal Thai Navy transport support vessel and went to a watery grave on 2014: before it was on purpose sunk, several holes were cut through the hull to assist in the sinking and also to allow skilled divers to explore the interior. The sinking, a joint action by the RTN and the Dept of Marine & Coastal Resources, was presided over by Capt Nantapon Malarat, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Tab Lamu Naval Base in Phang Nga.

Together with Kled Keaw Wreck, you can also have another Wreck Dive around Koh Lanta: King Cruiser Wreck.

  • SUITABLE FOR EXPERIENCED DIVERS

    Due to strong currents, and the fact that this is a wreck dive, we will only take experienced divers.

  • CURRENTS

    Mild to very strong. We use the tide tables in our dive planning.

  • VISIBILITY

    Although visibility varies and can sometimes drop below this average, the normal visibility around these sites is between 5-20 m

  • DEPTH

    Depth ranges from 12 to 33 m

  • GREAT PLACE TO SEE AND TO PHOTOGRAPH

    A wreck! You must have good lights or a flash on your camera for good photographs.

Dive site map

kled kaew wreck

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