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CORAL ISLAND SOUTH

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CORAL ISLAND SOUTH

CORAL ISLAND SOUTH. 7°44.501N, 98°22.331E

For a lunchtime stopover, try the small bay in about 14 metres on a rocky bottom on the south side of Koh Hae (Coral Island).

This is a very pleasant anchorage – quiet, nice coral and lots of fish. A small sandy beach is accessible at high tide. The local restaurant that used to open during NE monsoon has closed permanently although the dilapidated structure remains. There are a few resident hornbills for the nature photographer.

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