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North-East: 10 Day Itinerary

10 Days sailing the exotic Andaman Sea. Endless anchorages away from the crowds featuring beaches, limestone pinnacles rising out of the sea and snorkelling at several locations, make for a relaxing holiday unlike any other.
Koh Hong, Phang Nga Bay

Yacht Haven Marina
8\degree10'12N, 98degree20'27E

Koh Hong, Phang Nga Bay
8degree13'21N, 98degree30'11E

Spend the morning in preparation at Yacht Haven Marina. Some of the crew can go shopping, while the others take care of the yacht briefings. Head off in the afternoon to the beautiful Phang Nga bay with its hundreds of islands.

Swim and explore the fascinating Hong Island, named by its large internal lagoon.

Visit Phanak Island, which is also filled with caves you can explore by dinghy.


Koh Roi

Phang Nga Bay
8degree13'21N, 98degree30'11E

Koh Roi
8degree11'13N, 98degree36'38E

Still in Phang-Nga Bay, observe all the magnificent limestone cliffs and islands offering spectacular views. Visit James Bond Island - the location for the film The man with the Golden Gun.

Or visit Sea Gypsy Village at Koh Panyi which is set on stilts over the water.

Overnight at peaceful Koh Roi for a night under the stars.


Krabi

Phang Nga Bay (Koh Roi)
8degree11'13N, 98degree36'38E

Krabi
8degree00'42N, 98degree49'52E

Sail to Krabi - one of the favourite destinations in the area.

With long sandy beaches and plenty of restaurants, it is ideal for swimming and relaxing.

For the more adventurous go to Railay Beach and try the rock climbing which is considered the best is South East Asia.


Phi Phi Island

Krabi
8degree00'42N, 98degree49'52E

Phi Phi Island
7degree44'05N, 98degree46.09E

Sail to Phi Phi Island - where there is some of the best snorkelling in the area. Go ashore amongst the many narrow streets where there are an abundance of shops selling souvenirs, fresh seafood, dive trips and many restaurants to choose from.

In the North bay is a large amount of bars where the Thais do some of the best fire-dancing around.

Phi Phi is a paradise in the Andaman Sea.


Maya Bay

Phi Phi Island
7degree44'05N, 98degree46.09E

Maya Bay
7degree40'78N, 98degree45'68E

Discover the magical landscape of Maya Bay where you can enjoy snorkeling in emerald crystal sea (where the movie The Beach was partially filmed.)

Enjoy snorkel with colorful coral reefs and Under water life. This is best enjoyed in the late evening when the tour boats have gone home.


Lanta Island

Maya Bay
7degree40'78N, 98degree45'68E

Lanta Island
7degree38'17N, 99degree01.34E

Sailing toward Lanta Island - lies on the west coast of Andaman Sea in between Krabi and Phi Phi Island.

9 beaches lie from north to south along the sunset coast. Stunning scenery, fantastic white sandy beaches, coastlines have more than 70 small islands and plenty with forest, coral reefs and under water life.


Rok Island

Lanta Island
7degree38'17N, 99degree01.34E

Rok Island
7degree12'54N, 99degree03'48E

Rok Island is actually comprised of two islands: Koh Rok Nai (inside) and Koh Rok Nok (outside).

Koh Rok Nai is composed mainly of steep cliffs with superb beaches and unspoiled coral reefs among rocks.

On the other hand, Koh Rok Nok has soft white sandy beaches and shallow water coral reefs towards the southeast and south with Hat Thalu and Had Man Sai - the most popular beach, has white sand beaches where you can waste the day away.

Enjoy snorkel and share the water with many different species of fish in day time. Watch a wonderful sunset as it disappear over the horizon.


Racha Island

Rok Island
7degree12'54N, 99degree03'48E

Racha Island
7degree36'30N, 98degree21'53E

Racha Islands are best known as excellent diving and snorkeling destinations.

Racha Yai, reveals itself in splendid fashion, with most arrivals landing onto a strip of fine white sand tucked deep into the long, U-shaped main bay, called Ao Tawan Tok or Ao Bungalow.

The other large bay, Ao Siam is a pretty place where lonely strolls in solitude are possible.

Racha Noi is uninhabited and has no services or accommodation, but there's some great diving in the area.


Koh Rang Island

Racha Island
7degree36'30N, 98degree21'53E

Koh Rang Island
7degree57'21N, 98degree26.40E

Sail to Koh Rang Yai via Koh Kai Nok and Koh Kai Nai, two of the last snorkelling stops for a lunch stopover.

Continue the short hot to Rang Yai with its sandy beach and deserted feel. The perfect last night anchorage. Arrange with the local staff to set up a table on the beach for your evening meal.


Phuket Yacht Haven Marina

Rang Yai Island
7degree57'21N, 98degree26.40E

Phuket Yacht Haven Marina
8degree10'12N, 98degree20'27E

3 hours sailing back to Phuket - Yacht Haven Marina. Disembark around noon.


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