Below is one of PinkShrimp’s short charter sample itinerary. Your itinerary can be modified and tailored to your choice. For more information – please contact PinkShrimp.
Arrive anytime before 1200 to Ao Po Grand Marina to meet Baggy. Lunch served on board whilst you settle yourselves before a short sail north to Koh Hong. We anchor here for one night.
After breakfast we sail east through Phang Nga Bay. Lunch will be served on route during the passage past the towering limestone cliffs. We anchor around 1500 at Railay Beach, Krabi. Take this opportunity to play on the beach and make use of the toys on board Baggy. You will have the choice to either dine on the beach in the traditional Thai Restaurants or our crew will prepare dinner for you onboard.
Just south of our anchorage are some of the greatest dive sites in Phuket. We can stop at various reefs where you will be accompanied by a PADI Instructor to guide you, share your experience back home with the dive cameras provided. When anchored back at Railey Beach review your dive experience with a slide show and enjoy aperitifs on deck during sunset.
Alternatively, Krabi is also best known for its renowned limestone rock climbing. Being part of the worlds largest coral reef with over 700 routes ranging for beginners to extremists. Spend the day on land exploring Krabi and kick back and relax on the beach.
Climbing in Krabi
We leave Krabi for Koh Phi Phi Don, the largest of the Phi Phi Islands. We anchor within the cove of cliff faces rising from crystal clear waters. The cove offers flat water, ideal for wakeboarding and swimming. Visits to the beach are also an option with a very popular nightlife on land.
Phi Phi Islands
Only an hour away we sail around Phi Phi Le, location for the 1999 blockbuster film ‘The Beach’ has a spectacular scenic lagoon.
We then head northeast to Koh Yao Yai, a pair of large islands situated in the middle of Phang Nga Bay. With plenty of anchorages to the south, Koh Yao Yai is a quiet refuge with a peaceful ambiance.
Maya Beach (“The Beach”)
Slowly heading north lunch will be at a small island of Koh Khai Nok. A wide variety of fish and corals make this island ideal for scuba diving or snorkeling.
For your last evening we’ll have a sunset cruise up the east coast of Phuket. Anchoring in the northern part of Koh Yao Yai.
Scuba diving in the Similan Islands
Breakfast aboard then a sail back to Ao Po Grand Marina. Farewell cocktails at the marina.
Promthep Cape, Nai Harn Bay