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8 miles from Yacht haven

KOH WA YAI (B) 8°7.506N, 98°26.467E. (C) 8°7.337N, 98°26.827E

A small island at the entrance to the sound affords good shelter for either season. Anchorage is in approximately 5 metres. The passage between Koh Wa Yai and Koh Wa Noi is narrow but navigable with care.

There is a sandy beach on the northwest point, commonly visited by hoards of returning sea canoe day tourists between 3-5pm.

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