Day 1 Marina to Ko Hong – 10nm (Ao Po), 16nm (Yacht Heaven)
Arrive at the Ao Po or Yacht Heaven Marina. Proceed with the yacht charter check in formalities and provisioning. Large supermarkets are available about 30 Minutes drive from the marina, ask the Yacht Charter Operator to arrange for transportation, it is not expensive and they will wait for you. We recommend renting a kayak for the week from the yacht charter operator.
Once provisioning is done and you have settled in the yacht charter, sail to Koh Hong (Hang) Phuket. Anchor for the night and enjoy the beautiful sunset.
Day 2 Ko Hong to Ko Yao Noi 10nm
Before departing, visit by kayak the amazing Hong (best early morning, to have it all for yourself, a yacht charter unique experience).
Set sail to Ko Roi for a lunch stop. Two nice beaches accessible by kayak or dinghy await for you. Observe the birds and bats, enjoy a nice swim and lunch on board.
After lunch, sail to Ko Yao Noi and anchor your yacht charter in front of the Paradise Resort. Go to shore by dinghy, enjoy a sundowner at the Sundowners Bar ;-) and have dinner at one of the resort restaurant or on board.
Day 3 Ko Yao Noi to Railay Beach (Krabi) – 19nm
Have an early morning start and head to Ko Hong (Krabi) where you can have a beautiful lunch stop aboard your yacht charter. Visit the Hong by dinghy, it is one of the most spectacular.
After lunch set sail to Railay Beach, a small peninsula slightly of Krabi main beach that is only accessible by yacht charter. Go to shore by dinghy and enjoy the laidback atmosphere, enjoy some nice Thai food and if you feel like it enjoy a few drinks at the local bars.
Day 4 Railay Beach to Ko Phi Phi – 20nm
If you are an early bid and feel adventurous, you can make a stopover at Ao Phra Nang Beach to visit the gorgeous Princess cave that is use by the local as a shrine.
It is now time for your yacht charter to depart to Ko Kai (Chicken Island), so called as it has an unusual rock formation that look like a chicken head, for a lunch stop. Ko Kai is connect, during low tide, to Ko Poda, you can access the sand bank by dinghy and walk between the two islands. Once done, you set sail toward the famous Ko Phi Phi island. Anchor your yacht charter as far away as you can from the boat channel, Phi Phi has a lot of boat traffic. Go to shore by dinghy and enjoy the night at one of the many bars, restaurants and fire shows. Phi Phi has now one of the most vibrant nightlife in the region. You can also take the opportunity to do some provisioning at one of the Phasaow Shops.
Day 5 Ko Phi Phi to Ko Yao Yai – 16nm
After a late night, enjoy a brunch on board your yacht charter, if needed, head to the floating pontoon to refill your water tanks.
Head to the south end bay of Ko Yao Yai. It is a nice overnight stop to anchor your yacht charter, with good fishing and snorkeling options. A typical local fisherman village can also be visited.