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Land of smiles: 7 days touring Thailand on a superyacht

Land of smiles: 7 days touring Thailand on a superyacht

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Graeme Hampson, captain of 73 metre Titania, which is available for charter with Burgess, charts a route studded with lime karst and coral from Phuket to Langkawi

Day 1

Meet Titania in Phuket and settle on board as she makes the 30nm cruise to Phang Nga Bay, which has more than 100 islands and is famous for its sheer limestone stacks. Anchor at Koh Hong –an uninhabited island with jungle- cloaked cliffs and a scenic hidden lagoon – and spend the afternoon swimming and snorkelling.

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Khao-Phing-Kan

Relocate to anchor off Koh Phing Kan, nicknamed James Bond Island because it featured in 007 movie The Man with the Golden Gun. Explore the shallow waters by tender to see spectacular cliffs and caves along the shoreline. Drink cocktails at sunset before anchoring overnight at Koh Roi.

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Six-Senses-Yao-Noi

From Koh Roi, Titania will move to Koh Hong in Krabi Province. Rock climbers can head to Railay Beach to take on the cliffs (which vary in difficulty), while other guests can tender to Pelay Beach and snorkel in the clear coral waters. Dine on shore at the Six Senses Yao Noi resort in Koh Yao Noi for a farm-to-table gastronomic experience.

Picture courtesy of Six Senses

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