Routes Phang Nga Bay, Phi Phi, Koh Rok & Koh Lanta
OTBT's Start and Finish destination - Phuket
Our base in Ao Yon, is a true little hidden gem of a place, situated in the South East of Phuket. Well away from the hustle and bustle of the islands tourist area's it is a tranquil spot with sandy palm fringed beaches which you will often have completely to yourself. A perfect place to start and finish your voyage.
Phang Nga bay and Phi Phi Islands are situated in the strait of Malacca between the island of Phuket and the mainland of the Malay peninsula of southern Thailand. Since 1981, an extensive section of the bay has been protected as the Ao Phang Nga National Park. It is well renowned as one of the most beautiful bays that Thailand has to offer. It is famous for its gravity defying limestone formations. This area has over 40 breath taking islands for us to explore.
Ko Lanta Yai is the largest of 52 islands in an archipelago protected by the Mu Ko Lanta Marine National Park. This area has outstanding crystal waters, coral reefs and an abundance of marine life. With jungle leading down to the white sand beaches, caves and waterfalls to discover it really is a vision of paradise.
At OTBT we like to follow the winds as much as possible and have no fixed itineary. All we can guarentee is a start and finsih destination of Ao Yon in Phuket. The typical plan would be to head North to start with to get a good sailing angle for the rest of the week. The possible destinations for the weeks trip could include Koh Rang, Koh Phanak, Koh Pan Yi, Klong Raya rivers, Koh Roi, Koh Hong, Ton sai, Krabbi, Koh Dam, Phi Phi islands, Koh Lanta, Koh Ha Yai, Rok Nok and many more.
Maps (more coming soon)
Our base - Ao Yon
As we are associated with Siam sailing in Phuket they offer a transfer service to and from the airport making your travel just that little bit easier. This transfer costs roughly £10-£15 per person.