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Phang Nga Bay

Heading Northeast from Phuket, a short cruise will take you into Phang Nga National Park. This 400 sq./km water wonderland is truly awe-inspiring, with it's limestone pinnacles rising from calm, misty waters and it's numerous anchorage's to explore, this area combines breath-taking scenery with a sense of true serenity. Phang Nga Bay also boasts a unique rock formation made famous in the James Bond film "The Man with the Golden Gun."
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Sailing East from Phuket, cruising into clearer waters, the Krabi Province blends the staggering topography of Phang Nga with the stunning coral-fringed islands of the Andaman Sea. Long popular with rock-climbers and beachcombers alike, Krabi's Rai-Le beach is most fully appreciated lying at anchor and watching the spectacular sunset cast it's warm glow across the sand.
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Phi Phi Islands

About 40 kilometers southeast of Phuket are perhaps the most famous islands of the area, Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Le. This pair of islands feature spectacular cliffs above the sea, and exquisite beaches and waters below renowned for their diving and snorkeling. On Phi Phi Le you will also find the stunning Maya Bay which was used as the location for the movie ‘The Beach’ starring Leonardo De Caprio.