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7 days unwinding in the Mergui Archipelago

Day 1
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Kawthaung to Thay Yae Kyun

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Ocean-Emerald-superyacht

Image courtesy of Sven Ellsworth

Captain Sunti Sonngay, of 41 metre Rodriquez Ocean Emerald,available for charter with Camper & Nicholsons, reveals his favourite island-hopping route through this remote region of Myanmar, closed to foreign visitors until 1996...

Day 1

Embark in the small border town of Kawthaung (formerly Victoria Point) between Myanmar and Thailand. Wander around the food market and sample local delicacies such as fried chicken and freshly pressed sugar palm juice.

Once the paperwork is done, Ocean Emerald will cruise 15nm to Thay Yae Kyun (Barwell Island), where you can swim and kayak by the sand spit.

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Day 2
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Potter Island

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Potter-Island-anchorage

Spend the day at a gorgeous anchorage between Buda, Caws and Potter Islands. Relax on one of the many secluded white-sand beaches or snorkel the surrounding coral reefs.

In the early evening tender to the enormous fig trees on Potter Island for the chance to spot the noisy hornbills that congregate there.

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Day 3
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Kyun Philar

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Great-Swinton-Myanmar

In the morning Ocean Emerald will relocate to Kyun Philar (Great Swinton), which is home to beautiful beaches and thriving jungle that’s perfect for spotting local birdlife.

In the afternoon head to the small waterfall near the east point and explore the mangrove estuaries by kayak.

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