A Langkawi to Phuket Yacht Charter Itinerary

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Langkawi to Phuket - 7 Day Yacht Charter itinerary

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More than 90 islands and islets are surrounding the main island of Langkawi, North West of Malaysian coast. It’s a unique paradise in South East of Asia, having a geological history of more than 500 millions years. Langkawi was declared GEOPARK by UNESCO in 2007. Islands are offering very impressive and unique landscapes, mangroves, and of course magnificent beaches with warm emerald waters. This landscape and culture continues north into the beautiful islands of Thailand, including Phuket.

Day 1:

Dayang Bunting: This first day will bring you from the Marina to Pantai Cenang, the most popular beach of Langkawi. After a short cruise to Dayang Bunting, visit the ‘fresh water lake’ a place full of mystery and legends.

Day 2:

Datai Bay: Take a leisurely sail to the exclusive bay of Datai - home of the famous Datai hotel. Here you can head ashore and take advantage of the facilities of a first class resort including the 18 hole championship golf course or the spa facilities. After a relaxing day, enjoy a sunset cocktail on deck as the sun sets magnificently over the Andaman Sea.

Day 3:

Datai Bay to Ko Lipe (Thailand): Cross the border between Malaysia and Thailand before arriving to the laid back beach of Ko Lipe, in the Butang group. Ko Lipe offers pristine clear waters, fantastic snorkeling, white powder sand…and the welcoming sea-gypsy’s who’ve settled on Ko Lipe.

Day 4:

After a short sail of about one hour arrive to Ko Adang, an uninhabited island of the Butang group. Snorkelling is especially good here and you can find a fresh water stream to take a refreshing shower in the heart of the jungle.

Day 5:

Today will be the longest sail during this cruise which is still only 45 NM through the deep blue waters of the Andaman Sea. Arrive at the island of Ko Rok, famous to locals for it’s fantastic deserted beaches, the fisherman shrine and pristine reefs for snorkeling.

Day 6:

Ko Rok to Ko Muk: Ko Muk has the most impressive Hong (cave) in Thailand. After a 100 m trip by dinghy inside a narrow cave you will arrive at an internal lagoon complete with a white sand beach. Magic! Continue after lunch to Koh Phi Phi. Not only is Koh Phi Phi very beautiful, but it also offers a range of resorts and restaurants. Back to civilization!

Day 7:

Spend your last evening anchored off the beautiful Rai lei beach off Krabi. This one of the most mystical and beautiful beaches set on a backdrop of magnificent limestone cliffs.

Day 8:

Enjoy an early morning swim in the clear waters off ‘Chicken Island’ before heading in to Phuket for disembarkation.

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