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Sailing Koh Haa Thailand
Koh Haa literally translates to mean Five Islands, an appropriate name for this group of five small, uninhabited islands, which can be seen on the horizon from our home, Koh Lanta Yai.
Three of the islands surround an area of shallow water, which locals refer to as the lagoon. There are two beaches within the entire group, which are guaranteed to be empty at certain times of the day.
In high season, between the hours of 9am and 3pm, divers and snorkelers come to enjoy the diverse and special marine life that can be found here. After that the islands are deserted, making them an ideal location for a peaceful sunset out at sea, yet still close to land.
Special things to do
The waters around Koh Haa are home to a number of different dive sites, offering visitors the opportunity to experience all the marine wonders of the Andaman Sea. With shallow and deep waters, diverse typography, and rich marine life it is ideal for every level of diver and great for snorkelers too.
Choose our rendezvous scuba dive charter to see the best of Koh Haa, or snorkel and relax on the boat to experience the primitive beauty of these beautiful pinnacles.
Koh Haa Thailand Sailing Information
Koh Haa Thailand Sailing Seasons
From May through to October, the southwest monsoon brings with it reliable winds averaging 12 knots. Spells of brilliant clear blue skies are interspersed with occasional showers and temperatures are never lower than 25'C. Phuket Race Week, held in July each year, is timed to take advantage of the green seasons perfect sailing weather and presents the perfect opportunity to combine a few days yacht racing with cruising Phang Nga Bay under sail.
Where to sail from Phket
Travelling to Phuket and Koh Haa Thailand
By plane to Phuket
Domestic flights connect Phuket with nearly all in Thailand.
By bus to Phuket
By ferry to Phuket
Koh Lanat weather