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These boats are permanently out there, and from what I can tell you take a connecting boat to these liveaboards.
Not quite right..South Siam 3 stays only in the Similan Islands. There is a new boat South Siam 4, which I just went to see on Saturday. It is similar to South Siam 3, takes 28 divers and will run 3 days / 2 nights to Similan, Richelieu Rock, Koh Tachai and Koh Bon. Trips start Tuesday and Saturday. Price 375 U$. Should be running by end of the month.
I think Sea Dragon maybe have some 3 day trips also (operating out of Khao Lak).
There is one more option, on a boat that does Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock. The former Genesis liveaboard, so really excellent boat. www.thailand-scuba.com/sim_B7.htm. On the same site you will find a trip on the new South Siam boat under A7.