TRIP TIME: 2:00 PM 8:00 PM
MEETING POINT TIME
Ao Nang 1:15pm
13:1513:30 Pick up at Meeting points at Ao Nang (13:15) and Raily
Beach (13:30) via long tail boat and transfer to Pla Luang.
14:0019:30 Start of your Krabi Sunset Cruise.
Exploring the islands off the coast of Krabi, snorkeling, swimming
and if you dare cliff jumping or simply relax on board and enjoy
theamazing views over the mystic Phang Nga Bay.
Dinner is served on board when the sun is going down for an
unforgettable Sunset Dinner Cruise.
After dark you can go for a swim next to Pranang Beach and
experience the famous bio-luminescence.
19:45 Drop off at Raily Beach
20:00 Dropoff at Ao Nang Beach
Our trip actually starts at 2pm so we pick up in Railay at 130pm
in front of Railay Village Resort ( low season in front of Railay
Princess Resort )
Guests from Ao Nang pick up
1.15pm in front of Pranang Inn
English speaking crew/guide
Thai Style dinner,Masaman Chicken+Mixed vegetables + tofu Padseeu
Fruit+Water Softdrinks Soft drinks
( Vegetarian options available )
Alcohol available to purchase on board
Reservations can be made from 0900 2100 7 days a week
Reservations for same day trip can be made up until 12.00 noon
Program subject to change without advanced notice due to
weather and tide conditions
No show charged at 100% of net rate
Cancellations within 24 hours from sail time charged 50% of net
Cancellations after 12pm on same day charged 100% of net rate
Children under 3 free
Children 3 years 12 years @ child rate
The Junk is an ancient Chinese sailing vessel/ship design still in
use today. Junks may have developed from the very early bamboo
rafts, which had a high stern. Cromagnon cave paintings on the Indo
China coast show junk shaped double hull vessels.
Junks were developed during the Han Dynasty (206 BC 220AD) and
were used as seagoing vessels as early as the 2nd century AD. They
evolved in the later dynasties, and were used throughout Asia for
extensive ocean voyages. They were found, and in lesser numbers are
still found, throughout South-east Asia and India, but primarily in
China, perhaps most famously in Hong Kong. Found more broadly today
is a growing number of modern recreational junk-rigged sailboats.
Classic junks were built of softwoods (although of teak in
Guangdong) with the outside shape built first. Then multiple
internal compartment/bulkheads accessed by separate hatches and
ladders, reminiscent of the interior structure of bamboo were built
in. Traditionally, the hull has a horseshoe-shaped stern supporting
a high deck. The bottom is flat in a river junk with no keel
(similar to a sampan), so that the boat relies on a dagger board,
leeboard, or a very large rudder to prevent the boat from slipping
sideways in the water. Ocean going junks have a curved hull.