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3 miles from Bao Dai Villa

HON TAM. 12°10.799N, 109°15E

We suggest in front of the small resort on the north shore, but anchorage is available inside the 10-metre depth contour anywhere around this small island to the south of Hon Tre. The island is popular amongst Vietnamese tourists and backpackers taking daytrips from the mainland and, as such, can be busy with parasailing and jet skis.

It is much quieter in the mornings and evenings and the snorkelling is good on the south and east sides of the island. The resort restaurant is open only during the day.

Mini Beach, opposite and west of Hon Tam is a beautiful beach stopover with a good restaurant and bar ashore. Anchorage can be arranged with island staff. They anchor their own watersports and wooden boats off, so holding can be expected to be good.

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