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34 miles from ao Nathon, Samui

CHALOK BAAN KAO BAY. 10° 3.756N, 99° 49.279E AO THIAN OG. 10° 3.674N, 99° 49.960E

Both of these bays offer protection in the northeast season in 10-15 metres, although the bottom is fairly rocky. There are restaurants and bungalows ashore, with good access at high tide only.

In the southwest monsoon, shelter can be found just to the north in ao leuk. anchor well out into the middle of the bay in 10-12 metres. this bay is a popular diving spot and moorings may be available.

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