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New Thailand Marina on to open on Koh Chang

Posted by Vadmin on May 22, 2012
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A new Thailand marina is scheduled to open later this year and will finally offer high quality facilities for international sailors wanting to explore the waters and islands of the northern Gulf of Thailand. This area is without doubt one of the world’s most exciting sailing grounds, but it has been historically bypassed by many yachtsmen because of the lack of decent marina facilities.

 

The new Thailand marina is being constructed by Siam Royal View as part of its premier property development on the island of Koh Chang. The island is located just short distance off the mainland on the eastern seaboard at the northern end of the Gulf and the marina will provide the most modern facilities in the region, with mooring for up to 75 boats as well as dry berths for smaller craft. Mooring is available on both a permanent and temporary basis so will provide the perfect haven for visiting yachtsmen and the international community.

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Koh Chang is the main island in the Mu Koh Chang National Marine Park, a government protected archipelago of over 50 islands of varying sizes. Koh Chang itself is the third largest island in Thailand, covering approximately 217 sq km, whereas some of the smaller islands are little more than beach fringed rocks with lush vegetation rising out of the sea.

In terms of size, the next biggest island in is Koh Kood, which is somewhat flatter than Koh Chang. It is Thailand’s fourth largest island at about 105 square kilometres and not overly developed. Boat owners wishing to explore the area will find it remains thoroughly unspoilt with many stunning waterfalls. There are also plenty of exceptional coral reefs for snorkelers and divers to enjoy from your boat. 

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Koh Mak is much smaller at around 16 sq km. There are a number of resorts on the island, which is renowned for a series of long and often deserted sandy beaches. There are plenty of small isolated bays for anchoring offshore, allowing sailors to revel in the solitude of the natural surroundings.

However for international sailors, the real attraction of sailing in Mu Ko Chang is the possibility of discovering and exploring some of the smaller islands in the chain like the 12-island group of Mu Ko Rang or the twin islands of Mu Ko Lao Ya.

These idyllic gems are the stuff of tropical fantasises, often totally uninhabited with no other boat or sign of human life within sight. It is the kind of opportunity of which the sailing community dream. Siam Royal View’s Thailand marina has finally opened up this world to be discovered.

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