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Krabi Sunset Cruises

Highlights
  • See the Andaman Sea at one of the most beautiful times of the day 
  • Chance to sail in a historic wooden junk ship
  • Use of snorkel gear, stand-up paddleboards, and kayak for your convenience 
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Krabi Sunset Cruises
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Krabi Sunset Cruises
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Overview
Sail to five gorgeous islands along the Krabi coast on a sunset cruise that explores the Andaman Sea at twilight. Along with a safely guided voyage aboard a century-old wooden junk boat, this experience includes a Thai dinner buffet as well as use of kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, and snorkeling equipment. Plus, go for an after-dark swim in the bioluminescent water near Pranang Beach.
What to Expect
Meet a driver at a central location in Ao Nang or Railay, and then transfer to a long-tail boat that will bring you to the traditional, Thai wooden junk sailboat. Find a comfortable place on deck as the crew raises the sails, or head to the onboard bar to purchase a beer or cocktail.
You’ll cruise by a series of five islands off the Railay coast, including Koh Poda, Koh Gai, Koh Si, Ko Yawasam, and Ta Ming. Since the boat is stocked with snorkeling gear, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards, there’s plenty of opportunity to get active at each stop, or you can just enjoy the views from the deck.
A Thai-inspired buffet dinner (with vegetarian options) will be served as the sun sets over the Andaman Sea. When darkness falls, your captain drops anchor off Pranang Beach for a swim in the water—your final stop of the evening.
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Krabi sunset cruise

It's not like any ordinary cruise you can find in Aonang, Krabi. It's so organised and professional and personal with the presence of Michael, Ricky and Charlie. They really make sure you indulge in their activities. You feel safe in their hands even it's your...More

Thank LoveTravel98082
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Sunset cruise Krabi

Excellent cruise from start to finish ,great crew friendly professional. Hadn’t snorkelled in years and not a strong swimmer no worries on this trip after instruction , life jacket I was flying it! Relaxed trip not overcrowded like other boats we saw, as a solo...More

Thank ChrissieIreland18
Reviewed 5 days ago
Amazing crew and amazing experience

I was travelling with my husband to Krabi for 3 days and decided to take this tour on our last day in Krabi, though a little pricey, the tour was worth every penny we paid for and even more. My husband being an adventure junkie...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank PoojaGaonkar
Reviewed 5 days ago
Fantastic afternoon

I booked the breakfast cruise, but Michael emailed to let me know that there weren't enough people for it and offered me the sunset one instead. He picked me and a few other guests up at West Railay Beach, where we boarded a longtail boat...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Sarah P
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great Experience of Ao Nang Beach

I love the experience with Krabi Sunset Cruise this November. You can paddling, kayaking and snorkelling with many beautiful stops during the trip. We are quite a little bit sad with the last stop of plankton swimming. The boat could not stop in the very...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Response from lisbethbleng | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but you sail around the islands, you do not go ashore. This is because the cruise do not cover the national park fees.
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