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106 miles from Patong Bay

KOH SURIN SOUTH. 9° 22.852N, 97° 52.112E

This is a great spot in heavy north easterlies. Approach the shore very carefully and anchor in 10-15 metres.

Richelieu Rock

9° 21.9N, 98° 1.25E

Located approximately 10 miles east of Koh Surin tai, this famous pinnacle rock rising from a depth of 40 metres is a spectacular dive site.

The largest fish in the world, whale sharks, are often spotted here in March and april.

Anchorage is not possible, but dive boat mooring buoys may be vacant if you’re lucky.

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