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57 miles from Ao Chalong

KOH KAM YAI. 7°35.282N, 99°7.955E

Excellent protection in both seasons. Do not attempt the passage between Koh Kam Yai and Koh Kam Noi. Approach from the south between Koh Bubu and Koh Kam Noi and anchor in the 5-metre basin where you see a concrete jetty. Ashore is an abandoned resort.

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