You can cross through the heart of the bay to Pan Yi fishing village. An incredible sea village island made of houses atop stilts, complete with homes, shops, schools, mosque and even a market. After exploring Pan Yi you can visit at the North end of Phang Nga Bay: The James Bond Island which was made famous by appearing in the James Bond film “The Man with the Golden Gun”. Phang Nga Bay is one of the Natural Wonders of the World.
Heading south, you approach Krabi and the beach at Ao Nang Bay. There you will find many resorts, shops, restaurants and nightlife spots. Just to the South is the world famous Railey Beach, protected from road access by rock walls on either side. Here you can do some kayaking or rock climbing. Further South the place is very good for diving and snorkeling.
Spectacular cliffs rising vertically out of the clear blue sea, idyllic tropical beaches, and lagoons surrounded by rock walls, have made Phi Phi Islands famous all over the world. You can snorkel in warm turquoise water in secluded bays, see the famous Maya Bay, used in Leonardo di Caprio’s hit movie ‘The Beach’ and head ashore to enjoy a beach? side massage. In the evening you can eat and relax on the Yacht or head ashore and enjoy the restaurants and nightlife of the island.
Near the main island of Phuket, there are numerous small islands off the east coast that can be explored on your final day. It will be temptation to see them all but you will have to make a choice. Maybe do some snorkeling at Coral Island, or feeding the fishes from the beach at Khai Nok. You often see dolphins and occasionally whales in this area so always keep your camera handy to capture unforgettable moments of your cruise around Phuket.
On the last day, you will disembark at Ao Po Marina.