Just north of Nai Harn and a nice anchorage at the southern side of the
bay. Club Med occupy approx. half the northern end of the
bay but the road access along the foreshore allows access to the
town behind the northern end of the beach without restriction.
walk inland give access to all restaurant, bar and shopping
facilities at very reasonable prices.
Juste au nord de Nai Harn et une belle ancrage sur le côté sud de la baie.
Club Med occupent environ. la moitié de l'extrémité nord de la baie, mais l'accès à la route le long du littoral permet d'accéder à la ville derrière l'extrémité nord de la plage sans restriction.
Une courte promenade donner intérieures accès à toutes les installations restaurant, un bar et des magasins à des prix très raisonnables.
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next bay up from Kata and much larger than Kata or Patong and therefore
more exposed to wind and swell. Ashore are many good
seafood and European restaurants. Prices both here and Kata are
5-20% cheaper than Patong. Most yachts prefer to anchor at either Patong
nice protected anchorage and the location of the Phuket Yacht
Club/Meridian Hotel. There actually is no yacht club just the
Meridian high-class expensive resort. The bay is quite isolated from
the central tourist areas and transport to and from can be a
problem, particularly ...
This is Phuket's principal boat anchorage and the island's largest bay,
11 kilometres south of the town. It is very picturesque but not
suitable for swimming. Boats can be chartered to go to some small
island south of Phuket.
The best anchorage is on the north end of ...
main tourist area of Phuket. A large bay with best anchorage's located
center and southern end of the bay. Don't park to
close to the shore to avoid the numerous jet skis and parasail
boats. All eating and other preferences are available in Patong,
Small bay at
the very NE
end of the main bay which gave good access to Phuket Town but got
caught low tide which exposes the fringing reef for the first 100
meters from the shore. Picking the right tide makes this an
excellent anchorage with constant bus services to Phuket ...
Royal Phuket Marina has opened and is the first international standard marina in Thailand. Full facilities / mooring / hardstanding / repairs / fuel / restaurants etc. Also yacht charter on Sunseeker Predators 60 ft yachts. www.CharterYachtsPhuket.com The photo , the coordonates ...
Big desert island, with a significant advantage over its cousins, that of having fresh water, Ko Rawi is located N of Ko Butang, E of Ko Adang. Its SE coast is populated with coral reefs and tropical fish.
Koh Tanga and Koh Chuku, halfway between Butang and
Tarutao offer great snorkelling, diving and fishing. The best anchorage is found on the east or west coasts
between the north and south Tangas, depending on wind
direction and ground swell. Alternative daytime anchorage
Anchorage and moorings can be
found in 20 metres east of the islets, if the northeast ground
swell wraps around the SW of Ko Rawi. The current is strong in this passage,
and care should be taken when snorkelling.
the NE Monsoon Season (December to April) the bays on the west side
of Ko Phuket offer excellent protection from the daily E/NE winds.
While anchoring in all bays care must be taken to make sure you set
your anchor well in the hard sand. We dragged twice, once at ...
Ko Phuket (48 km from N to S and 21 km from E to W), which is part of Thailand, in the Andaman sea, is separated from the W coast of
the Malay Peninsula by the narrow channel Chong Pak Phra. Chong Pak Phra
has a length of 12 miles and a width of about 0.4 mile at its W
The coast between Ko Phuket and Pulau Pinang, 180 miles SSE, is generally low with some hills near the mountainous island of Pulau Langkawi. Islands and islets project widely from the coast, fringed by a coastal bank covered by little water. The mouths of rivers are generally encumbered by bars.
The Andaman Sea (or Burma sea in Thai) is a body of water to the southeast of the Bay of Bengal, south of Myanmar, west of Thailand and east of the Andaman Islands; it is a part of Indian Ocean.The sea has been traditionally used for fishery and transportation of goods between ...
The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world's oceanic divisions, covering about 20% of the Earth's water surface. It is bounded on the north by Asia (including the Indian subcontinent, after which it is named); on the west by Africa; on the east by Indochina, the Sunda Islands, ...