The Facilities of Sairee Cottage Diving Koh Tao

About Facilities Koh Tao Diving

Sairee Cottage Diving Facilities – Koh Tao

Trevor started Sairee Cottage Diving in 2007. After many years of working around the island as a diving instructor and as an underwater videographer, he opened the dive school with 2 intentions: to provide excellent scuba training and diving tours and to emphasize quality rather quantity.

Sairee Cottage Diving is one of the most respected dive centres on Koh Tao with awards from PADI for our highly trained and fun-loving team of dive professionals and the 5 Star IDC rating.

Sairee Cottage Diving facilities include modern classrooms, purposed-built with multi-language teaching aids and flat screen TVs. Our scuba diver training as well as our professional training begins in one of our 2 swimming pools, which ensures a clear and controlled environment.

A swim-up pool bar with over 50 types of craft beers from around the world, top-shelf sprits including single malt whiskeys and quality cocktails.  All with the view of the sunset

We own 2 dive boats that allow up to 5 dives per day. Our boats are equipped with large sun decks with lots of space to relax. Both boats have full safety features such as 100% Oxygen and first aid kits, and all our staff are trained emergency responders. Safety is our highest priority.

All our equipment is maintained to highest levels by our in-house A.S.S.E.T. certified technician. Our gear is kept in top shape, all the time. We use Aqualung and ScubaPro equipment, which are the two biggest names in diving.

BAUER Pure Air certified. As a result of our latest air compressor, we are the only dive center on Koh Tao to hold the certificate of ‘Pure Air’. We can guarantee the air in your tanks is the cleanest possible.

We can also supply you with a choice of masks, fins and other scuba gear to buy in the retail shop, so you can be assured of the perfect fit.

The dive school is right next to the Sairee Cottage restaurant, one of the most popular beach restaurants on the island. After a hard days diving, it’s the perfect place to watch the sunset with an ice-cold beer.

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