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20 miles from Yacht haven

KOH KUDU YAI. 8° 11.697N, 98° 38.029E

There is an excellent anchorage for all seasons nestled between the two islands in 5-8 metres on a muddy bottom although winds can be funnelled between the islands causing a slight chop.

The larger island has interesting caves and hongs to explore by dinghy. the hong on the southern point can be accessed by small speedboats only at most tides. the shallowest point is at the entrance but once inside shallow draft vessels can anchor overnight. Sailing yachts are advised not to try to enter; many have found themselves on the bottom.

Koh Kudu Yai - Photo by Bill Oleary
Koh Kudu Yai – Photo by Bill Oleary
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