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14 miles from Yacht haven

KOH PHANAK, EAST BAY. 8°11.213N, 98°29.626E

This is our recommended overnight stop during the southwest monsoon. Secure holding in mud can be found in approximately 4 metres. Vessels should approach from the east until a comfortable anchoring depth is found. The hong in this location is difficult to access and only at lower than mid-tide.

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Koh Phanak, east coast | Photo by Grenville Fordham
Koh Phanak, east coast | Photo by Grenville Fordham
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