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82 miles from Patong Bay

BAN PAK CHOK. 9°11.379N, 98°18.037E

This is an all-weather anchorage lying inside an inland waterway protected from the sea by Koh Ra. Entrance from the north is easy, with deep water close to Koh Ra; the southern channel must be navigated with care, especially near the small rock mid-channel, passing to the south of the obstruction. Anchor in 6-10 metres on a muddy bottom just east of the non-navigable channel between Koh Phra Thong and Koh Ra.

About half a mile from the anchorage, look for a village with a jetty that dries at low tide.

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