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Langkawi to Phuket
There are 100's of Islands, bays/lagoons with crystal clear water, full of tropical fish and beautiful coral, plus many deserted beaches with clean white sand. The cruising area of 12000 sq miles has many secluded anchorages to choose from.
Phi Phi Islands
Part of a marine national park in Krabi province, the two stunning islands of Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Ley are an integral part of many visitors' itineraries - and are now the second most popular destination in the Andaman region of Thailand, after Phuket.
Phi Phi Don is a laid back island to chill out, and enjoy the many bars, restaurants and Thai style shops. The rugged Phi Phi Ley is uninhabited and one of our favourite overnight anchorages in the dramatic inlet where the film 'The Beach' was made starring Leonardo Dicaprio.
Phang Nga Bay
The nicely sheltered Phang Nga Bay, dotted with tiny islands of dramatic shapes, is an ideal place to explore by boat. The most popular stopping-off points are Koh Ping-Gan - better known as James Bond Island - and Koh Pannyi, a floating fishing village built on stilts. The most appealing way to see the bay is onboard Kay Sira with the crew taking you to all the best places.
The Racha Islands
The Racha (or Raya) islands, directly south of Phuket, offer some of the best diving and snorkelling in the area with numerous coral formations and clear waters. Racha Yai is also a fine place to just relax on its soft white sands. Racha Noi, farther to the south, is uninhabited with only one tiny beach.

 

 

Adventure Sailing Trips

Koh Similan - An Island dreams
Just 84 km northwest of the deckchairs and the bustling crowds of Phuket's Patong Beach lies a gateway to another world. Koh Similan is one of the best-known island groups in the Andaman Sea, largely because of the wonders that wait beneath the clear blue waters that surround it. Generally counted among the 10 most interesting dive areas in the world, this little archipelago has also become a favourite destination for yachts.

The Andaman Islands located in splendid isolation some 450 nautical miles northwest from Phuket in the Andaman Sea is this archipelago of over 500 islands, islets, rocks and reefs. They stretch out over a length of 430 miles and are an unparalleled destination for nature lovers and adventurers. Cruises to these Islands require a visa from the Indian Embassy so some planning is needed. We reccommend 2-3 weeks holiday for this trip. It is possible to fly in and sail out so one way sailing cruises are a good option to maximize your time in the Islands.

Getting there
Langkawi
Is situated in the north west of Malaysia and right on the border of Thailand. This beautiful Island is easily accessed by daily flights from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Penang. Daily flights from London Heathrow are available via Kuala Lumpur with Malaysian Airlines. Langkawi airport is 15 minutes drive from our marina base..
Phuket Is 480 miles south of Bangkok & 600 miles north of Singapore. Both cities are connected to Phuket Airport by 20 direct daily flights.

Useful links

http://www.fireflyz.com.my/ flights Langkawi-Penang

http://www.airasia.com/ flights good budget flights all over asia, and long haul to Australia and London.

http://www.malaysiaairlines.com/ KL-Langkawi plus long haul worldwide.

http://www.silkair.com/ Singapore-Langkawi

http://www.langkawi-ferry.com/Home/Home.aspx Ferries Langkawi to mainland Malaysia and Satun in Thailand.

Visa Requirements Click here


Weather
The North East wind season is from November to April. It is fine and clear with flat seas sheltered by the Thailand and Malaysian peninsular.
The South West wind season from end May to beginning of Oct has occasional rain with long sunny periods. May and Oct is the transitional time when the weather is more unsettled.
The climate is tropical with average temperatures 30C (86F) Highs and 24C (75F) Lows

 

 

 

updated Sep 2013