SPECIAL PHANG NGA BAY ALL YEAR ROUND 3D/2N CRUISE
Phang Nga Bay is a sheltered area between the island of Phuket on the west and mainland Thailand on the east, stretching north to the Phang Nga province. The bay has over 100 islands (including James Bond Island, which was featured in the 1974 Bond film "The Man with the Golden Gun"), and is famous for its sheer limestone rocks formations that rise vertically out of the crystal waters creating a stunning panoramic view.
Day 1 start Ao Chalong 08.00 hrs. Stop off Koh Khai Nok for swimming and snorkeling. Continue northwards into Phang Nga Bay. Stop at Koh Phanak to explore caves and hongs (open caves). Night at Koh Hong and anchorage.
Day 2 explore the sea caves and tunnels of Koh Hong. Up anchor and move northwards. Make a brief stop at James Bond Island. Enter the Klong Koh Pan Yee river. Visit Ban Koh Pan Yee, a gypsie village built on stilts in the water. From there go to Koh Roi for one of the prettiest anchorages in the Phang Nga Bay, where you spend the night.
Day 3 move to the Koh Hong East Archipelago. Stop off at Koh Pak Bia or one of the other twenty or so small islands for pic-nic and swimming. Proceed to Koh Hong East. You’ll find a very large near-landlocked lagoon accessible only by a narrow opening in the towering rocks. The lagoon can be explored by kayak or by swimming. Mid afternoon go back to Ao Chalong.
alternatively depending on the weather and sea conditions we can offer you a 7D/6N cruise which include all of the above plus
Day 3 mid afternoon sail to the stunning beaches of Railey and Ao Nang near Krabi where you spend the night.
Day 4 move to the Phi Phi Islands. Stop off at Koh Dam/Koh Poda (Chicken island) and at Bamboo island and /or Koh Yung for snorkeling. Follow the west coast of Phi Phi to admire the awesome rock formations. Night at the main bay in Phi Phi Don, Ton Sai or, if you seek solitude, at Maya bay in Phi Phi Leh.
Day 5 get up early for swimming and snorkeling in Maya Bay, leave from there at 09.00 and head for Koh Ha Yai. Koh Ha Yai consists of 5 tiny strangely shaped islets in open sea. Water is clear and snorkeling is fabulous. Proceed further to Koh Rok.
Arrive there mid - late afternoon.
Day 6 spend the morning on Koh Rok and leave for Koh Kradan/Koh Ngai/Koh Muk after lunch. Enjoy the beaches in Koh Kradan and Koh Ngai and visit the "Emerald cave" on Koh Muk. Night at Koh Muk.
Day 7 leave for Koh Lanta. Lazily proceed up the coast of Koh Lanta and stop off at some of the beaches. Afternoon go back to Ao Chalong.
The Big Blues
Phuket International Sportfishing Tournament 19-22 November 2014
RBFC Thailand 2015 Sport Fishing Tournament, Similan Islands 18-20 March