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Posted: 25 Apr 2010 | 6:00 am
Tourism continues to push into Phang Nga Bay with the new launch of The Siam Junk charter services out of Chalong. The 34 meter vessel luxury vessel which is designed in an Asian chic style, recreating an authentic experience with all the perks thrown in.
With six private cabins all en-suite and providing king beds, 12-18 people can be accommodated. Rentals can be done daily, or even extended for weekly charters. Private cocktail parties are also being promoted with up to 60 guests including private dining.
Phang Nga Bay continues to experience a surge in interest especially given its year round access so private yachts look to be set to ply the trade routes more often in the coming years ahead in what is a bit of a throwback to the days gone past.
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