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South-West: 10 Day Itinerary

10 Days escaping the hustle and bustle of ordinary life. Sail around the abundant anchorages, with emphasis on the incredible limestone pinnacles, stopping at fantastic resorts and finish with the quieter side of Phi Phi, swimming in the crystal clear waters. Time permitting, go to old Lanta town where history and culture combine to the way Thailand used to be 20 years ago.
Koh Hong, Phang Nga Bay

Yacht Haven Marina
8degree10'12N, 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 Hong Island.


Paradise Resort

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

Paradise Resort
8degree10'15N, 98degree38'16E

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 Paradise island for a meal ashore.


Koh Hong Krabi

Paradise Resort
8degree10'15N, 98degree38'16E

Koh Hong Krabi
8degree04'56N, 98degree40'42E

Take a short sail to Koh Hong Krabi exploring the bays on East coast of Koh Yao Noi. Snorkel at Koh Pak bier and overnight on the lagoon side of Koh Hong Krabi. Eat on board.


Koh Dam Kwan (Chicken Head Islands)

Koh Hong Krabi
8degree04'56N, 98degree40'42E

Koh Dam Kwan (Chicken Head Islands)
7degree57'11N, 98degree48'38E

Sail towards the Chicken head islands, so named by the rock formation which resembles a chicken. Snorkelling is possible here, along with a quiet night onboard.


Phi Phi East

Koh Dam Kwan (Chicken Head Islands)
7degree57'11N, 98degree48'38E

Phi Phi East
7degree45'46N, 98degree46.34E

Phi Phi East has a selection of good resorts to eat at along with some snorkelling in crystal clear waters.


Lanta Island

Phi Phi East
7degree45'46N, 98degree46.34E

Lanta Island
7degree32'00N, 99degree06'16E

Sailing toward Lanta Island - it lies on the west coast of Andaman Sea in between Krabi and Phi Phi Island. Anchorage is on the eastern coast amoungst old Lanta town. Anchor near the pier and eat in one of the local restaurants ashore.


Ton Sai Bay, Phi Phi

Lanta Island
7degree32'00N, 99degree06'16E

Ton Sai Bay, Phi Phi
7degree44'05N, 98degree46.09E

Sail to Phi Phi Island - where there is some of the best night life 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.


Rang Yai Island

Ton Sai Bay, Phi Phi
7degree44'05N, 98degree46.09E

Rang Yai Island
7degree57'24N, 98degree27'05E

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 hop to Rang Yai with its rocky shoreline for a meal under the stars.


Koh Nakka Yai

Rang Yai Island
7degree57'24N, 98degree27'05E

Koh Nakka Yai
8degree03'23N, 98degree28.12E

Take the short sail up to Nakka, spend the day on the beach at the Reggae bar. Eat in the restaurant onshore for a perfect last evening relaxing.


Phuket Yacht Haven Marina

Koh Nakka Yai
8degree03'23N, 98degree28.12E

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

1 hour sailing back to Phuket - Yacht Haven Marina. Disembark around noon.


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