Starting from Ao Po, Boat Lagoon, Yacht Haven or Royal Phuket Marina, all on Phuket’s east coast, you could head north to Phang Nga Bay via Koh Yao Yai or Koh Yao Noi to the east. Both are eco friendly islands where locals still enjoy a relatively unspoiled way of life. Up to the north in Phang Nga Bay float around its more than 120 strange looking “islands” soaring majestically skyward, explore the many hongs (caves) and go snorkelling at Kai Island. Krabi is one of Thailand’s classic southern province with its idyllic islands and tropical jungle. Call in at Krabi Town or Ao Nang for provisions and a day onshore. Then head south to Phi Phi Islands off Phuket southeast, where you have six islands to sail / drive within a national park. Phi Phi is famous for its film “The Beach” and offers great sights, beaches and reefs for snorkeling and diving. Along the way you will encounter a large number of small islands that you can explore. From Phi Phi you can drive across the Promthep Cape at the foot of the islands to the west coast beaches of Phuket, anchor on one of Asia’s best beaches, the beautiful Nai Harn, and then on the coast in Kata, Karon, Patong, Kamala and Surin Stop at Bang Tao and Nai Thon beaches and end in Mai Khao in the northwest. Head south from Phuket for fun to Koh Racha Yai and Koh Racha Noi, two epic charter destinations known for their secluded bays, swimming, snorkeling, or diving. There are private beaches and top resorts. After all the sailing in the south, we continue north to the Similan Islands off the west coast of Phang Nga. More than 80,000 Rai National Parks, the Similans have been classified as one of the 10 most beautiful places in the world and one of the best diving sports in the world. What you can experience underwater you can see in 2 videos below.