Have an amazing cruise visiting the amazing beauty of Thailand and Malaysia
Our recommended itinerary is as follows for this experience:
Day 1: Phuket – Ko Naka Yai
Anchor up in front of one of Thailand’s countless white sandy beaches off the small island of Ko Naka Yai and enjoy breathtaking views across Phang Na Bay.
Day 2: Ko Naka Yai – Ko Hong (Phang Na)
Enjoy a short cruise to reach a beautiful ‘Hong’ (a cave with an interior bay) and explore the mysteries of the cave from either a dinghy or kayak. In the afternoon sail between the limestone karsts of Phang Na Bay to reach Ko Hong. Stop at an impressive anchorage between two hills with amazing landscape views from your private deck.
Day 3: Ko Hong (Phang Na) – Ko Pak Bia (Hong Kong Archipelago)
Anchor up in front of one of the small beautiful beaches of Ko Pak Bia in the Hong Kong Archipelago, edged by the limestone cliffs of the Muh Koh Hong Group. In the afternoon head onwards to Ko Pak Bia in the striking Hong Kong Archipelago.
Day 4: Ko Pak Bia (Hong Archipelago) – Railay Beach
Pay a visit to one of the famous endless beaches of Krabi where you can enjoy a traditional Thai Massage on the beach. There are many possible excursions to take your pick between including jungle trekking, elephant trekking, hot streams, waterfalls, and temples. After a short cruise you will reach your night anchorage in Railay Beach, a world famous rock climbing spot, anchoring up between hills that seem to fall off into the sea.
Day 5: Railay Beach – Bamboo Island (Ko Mai Pai)
Sail to the beautiful Bamboo Island which offers great snorkeling and endless beaches shaded by bamboos. In the afternoon enjoy a cruise to Maya Bay (10NM), considered by many to be the most beautiful bay of Thailand, made famous by Leonardo Di Caprio’s movie, The Beach.
Day 6: Maya Bay – Ko Lanta
A morning departure for this stretch of your trip will see you cruising through the region’s exquisite scenery. Your night anchorage will be in front of in front of the old town of Ko Lanta. Once a key trade hub it is now a snapshot in time and gives a unique insight to Thai culture.
Day 7: Ko Lanta – Ko Kradan via Ko Muk 12 NM
Visit the magic cave of Ko Muk: swim 200m through the cave to access a beautiful interior bay with a white sandy beach surrounded by hill and coconut trees. After lunch on board head on to Ko Kradan. Anchor up in front of this tiny island which boasts yet more white sandy beaches.
Day 8: Ko Kradan – Ko Rock Nok
Your morning cruise will take you to the beautiful isolated island of Ko Rok Nok, where the TV show Survivor was once shot. Crystal clear water allows for great snorkeling opportunities. Enjoy a beach picnic amongst the powder white sands.
Day 9: Ko Rok Nok – Ko Lipe Butang archipelago
Today’s longer passage will take you to the stunning Ko Lipe Butang archipelago, consisting of four larger and many smaller islands. Crystal clear waters in this one of a kind setting make for memorable swimming and great snorkeling.
Day 10: Ko Lipe Butang – Tarutao National Park (north east of Langkawi)
Visit one of Thailand’s marine national parks, home to more than 50 islands. Stop at the famous Hole In The Wall Anchorage which sits between two huge cliffs and offers the popular Fish Farm restaurant, eagle feeding areas and more.
Day 11: North East of Langkawi – Pantai Cenang
Today come ashore and visit the freshwater Lake Of The Pregnant Maiden on Dayang Bunting Island, one of Langkawi’s many islands. Legend says that women who swim in these waters are blessed with fertility. A short afternoon sail will take you to Pantai Cenang, considered the most beautiful beach of Langkawi, where you can enjoy the penultimate day of your cruise.
Day 12: Pantai Cenang -Telaga Marina Charter base
Head home with memories of a lifetime after travelling the short distance back to the Telaga Marina Charter base and enjoying one final on board lunch.
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