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Koh Samet

Koh Samet
  • A


44 miles from Ocean Marina

KOH SAMET. 12° 34.552N, 101° 27.564E

This anchorage, in 5-8 metres on the northeast coast of the island, offers good holding all year round. You’ll find restaurants and provisions ashore and the ferry arrives here at the Na Dan Pier from Ban Phae.

  • B


46 miles from Ocean Marina

HIN KHAN NA. 12° 33.725N, 101° 27.837E

This anchorage is at the northern tip of Had Sai Keaw, which is the most developed part of the island. A day-stop, just inside the small islet, offers access to a beautiful beach that’s ideal for swimming, and there are restaurants and a bakery ashore. Beware of the fringing reef on the north of Hin Khan Na.

  • C


46 miles from Ocean Marina

AO PHRAO. 12° 34.183N, 101° 26.783E

Good overnight anchorage in 7 metres on a sandy bottom. A luxury resort and restaurant can be found ashore. Fuel is also available for dinghies etc.

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