Incorporating the Andaman Sea, Gulf of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia… and more

Southeast Asia Pilot by Bill O’Leary & Andy Dowden

Thailand Phang Nga Bay

The area bounded by Phuket, Phang Nga and Krabi provinces forms Phang Nga Bay. There are over 100 islands, and the geology varies from low gently sloping mountains to the steep karst outcrops for which the bay is most famous.

At the south end of Phuket is a large protected bay, Ao Chalong, which is the usual port of entry into this region and where the main port control centre is located. In this chapter we list anchorages from Ao Chalong (southeast Phuket) all the way to Yacht Haven Marina (northeast Phuket).

Phang Nga Bay

While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this book is accurate, the charts of anchorages are based on personal experience and satellite imagery and are intended as a guide only. They should not be used for navigation. Please refer to Official Hydrographic Charts of the respective countries.

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