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14 miles from Yacht haven

KOH PHANAK, NORTHWEST BAY. 8°11.281N, 98°29.107E

The northwest bay also offers good holding in around 5 metres. This is another fine overnight shelter, with the added attraction of many passages and hongs lying hidden inside the island, accessible only by dinghy or canoe at certain states of the tide.

Tourists visit these hongs every day, with many canoes vying to get in and out of the tunnels at the right tide times. If staying overnight you will have quiet access to them (if you can find them) after the tour companies depart. Opposite this anchorage on the mainland is Klong Khean, with an all tide commercial jetty.

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