Sunset Dinner Cruises
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|Diving & Snorkelling|
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The second day starts with a refreshing morning swim and breakfast after which we sail North, passing some stunning islands before arriving after an eight hours sail at the National Park of Ko Petra, Thailand, a spectacular uninhabited island. Of course you’re never left hungry or thirsty on the way but instead will be spoilt again by our onboard buffet and a generous supply of beverages. Anchored in the shelter of this magnificent island we spend the rest of the day enjoying a swim, a sundowner, the onboard dinner of assorted seafood and maybe share some thoughts after a day filled with innumerable new impressions.
By now you have learnt that there is no better way to start a day than by jumping over board right before breakfast and swim the sleep away. Our destination this day that we reach after about 6 hours sailing is the picturesque island of Ko Mook, where the anchor drops in clear water in front of a palm fringed sandy beach close to a coral reef.
A short dinghy ride brings us to the spectacular Morakot Cave, one of the fantastic attractions of the Unseen in Thailand. It’s width of not more than 10 m and the limited headroom at high tide allow only swimmers or small boats to enter the 80 m long channel. After passing you have the impression to stand in a large hall roofed by the sky with a sandy beach in it’s middle, walls made of high cliffs and decorated by tropical plants. The midday sunlight falling through the open “roof” onto the gently moving sea creates an emerald reflection which gave the cave it’s name “Morakot Cave” which means “Emerald Cave”.
The rest of the afternoon is spent swimming, snorkelling or beach combing. Dinner is taken in one of the beach restaurants.
On our fourth day, again after a swim and a leisurely breakfast, we set sail for Ko Lanta, Thailand, a long-stretched island group with beautiful palm-fringed, white sandy beaches, splendid scenery and a coastline of more than 70 small islands with plenty of forest, coral reefs and underwater life.
Our light buffet lunch is served at a picturesque anchorage on the way that invites to a short snorkelling exploration before we sail to the Northern end of the island, where we drop anchor for the night. Of course we don’t close the day without a stroll over the island and a delicious seafood dinner in one of the abundant beach restaurants.
After our habitual morning routine of swimming and enjoying breakfast on board we lift anchor on the fifth day for Ko Phi Phi, Thailamd once rated to be the 5th most beautiful island in the world. We find anchorage in a cliff and beach fringed bay with crystal clear water inviting us to dive in for refreshment. The afternoon is spent with leisurely exploring the island and enjoying dinner in one of the local restaurants within comfortable walking distance.
The last day of our cruise brings us in a leisurely sail, embellished by a delicious lunch and a final dip into the waters of the Andaman Sea, to our destination, Phuket, Thailand. Having passéd the border clearing facilities you retire to a hotel of your choice with sufficient time left to explore the place.
This cruise can be altered according to your preferences, can be sailed from North to South instead or even both ways. Let us know your ideas.
Time schedule and itinerary by individual arrangement.
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