Kohkood Princess

Kohkood Princess, Ko Kut: Hours, Address, Kohkood Princess Reviews: 3/5

Kohkood Princess
3
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Monday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Tuesday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Wednesday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Thursday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Friday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Saturday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Sunday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
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3.0
15 reviews
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James Xay
Liverpool, UK5 contributions
Excellent
Jul 2019 • Couples
Great professional service. Cuts travel time from Pattaya to Hua Hin by half. Easy to book online. Allocated seating. Free water given. Was half empty when we travelled. Smooth and in time crossing
Written July 30, 2019
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nattyrole
13 contributions
Good reliable service.
Jan 2019 • Family
Comfortable, safe, fast ferry. Would have given them a 5 star review, but I wasn't impressed when I saw their employees throwing cigarette butts in the ocean--not cool.
Written January 21, 2019
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Joe s
Wheaton, IL16 contributions
Difficult to coordinate
Jul 2018 • Couples
Hot full ferry- Lots of missed coordination trying to get to the island - not a comfortable boat either- but it got us there
Written July 18, 2018
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lor l
2 contributions
creepy boat very old and broken
Jan 2018 • Couples
hello i ve been travelling fro trat to kho kut several times and this company is the worst one. very old boat, no seat on the upper deck all around you can see is very aged boat and noisy! i advise to take kho kut express instead better boat! the transfer in tuck tuck was dreadful the speed of the driver was crazy I hope they will do something about this matter because is very unsafe to go in this open van at this speed!i was almost vomiting ! the boat took 1 h more than expected!
Written January 26, 2018
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49karenl
Sudbury, UK143 contributions
ONE OF THE BEST WAYS TO GET TO KOH KOOD
Nov 2017 • Couples
We travelled to Koh Kood from Laem Sok pier with this company.

They were most efficient and helpful. The fares are reasonably priced and the journey comfortable.
Written November 27, 2017
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graham l
graham l
Bangkok, Thailand2,445 contributions
The parking scam is a blight on an otherwise professional operation
Jun 2017 • Solo
This won't apply to you if you arrive without your own wheels...

When you turn up and park outside (on the verge of the public road), a member of staff working for Princess will come up to you and ask you to park your motorbike or car on their property. No charge is mentioned and it is only once you've parked and walked back to the office that they will ask you to pay. So you then have the choice of going back over to your vehicle and moving it back onto the road, or pay. Unsurprisingly I suspect most people pay. It's 50 baht a day. They must be making a decent amount on the parking for doing absolutely nothing.

It's a bit of a joke because your vehicle isn't going to be any safer there than it would be on the road. Turn up yourself in the afternoon, evening or night and see if they have any security watching the carpark. I did and they didn't.

Next time I'll drive further down the road towards the pier where there's loads of unused concrete space where you could park. Then walk back.
Written August 8, 2017
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Daniel P
Amman, Jordan148 contributions
Functional ferry to / from Koh Kood
Jul 2017 • Family
As noted in previous reviews the only way to get to Koh Kood is by ferry / speedboat. With a young child we opted for the ferry. The day we travelled to Koh Kood it was rough seas. As a result we were slightly greener by the time we got to Koh Kood.

The lower level was air conditioned and had comfy seats. The upper deck was wooden benches but great views (on clam days). Getting on / off the ferry is via a narrow gangplank which is a short step, but can be interesting in rough seas.

Our child was sick (narrowly beating his father by a few minutes) and thankfully we had some sick bags as our child currently has a tendency to be sick unexpectedly on airplanes. A kind group of Thai nationals helped us clean our son up and suggested a smelling vapor stick, Poh-Sian. Easily found in pharmacies in Thailand. A sniff of this healed both father and son.

In short if you're prone to travel sickness take some sick bags and look into the Poh-Sian stick, especially if traveling in monsoon season (April-October).
Written July 5, 2017
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petezpan
Bangkok, Thailand134 contributions
Aged ferry with diesel-aromatised cabin
Apr 2017 • Friends
We were provided by our 5 star resort to travel to the island by the Koh Kood Princess Ferry. The ferry is old and the cabin was filled with diesel smell. These one are 150THB per person per way and stops at Ao Salat (Salat Bay) pier, which is at least another 20-40 minutes ride to most resorts.

If possible, opt for their speedboat ferry which is around 600THB The speedboat ferry can also take you closer to your resort by stopping at the smaller piers along the island.
Written May 18, 2017
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David B
Rayong, Thailand9,813 contributions
Ferry to Island Paradise
Sep 2016 • Friends
Ko Kut (or Koh Kood as it is often spelled) is a small island on the Thai-Cambodia maritime border that is mostly covered with virgin tropical rain forest. Many small resorts, hotels and homestays hug its its coastal fringes, especially on the west coast, which faces the open Gulf of Thailand.

Apart from hiring a private speed boat, the only way to get to Ko Kut is by Koh Kood Princess ferry boats, which depart once a day from Laem Sok in Thailand's south-eastern-most province of Trat.

The journey is 41.8 km and takes about 90 minutes.

Our ferry had a lower air-conditioned deck and an upper open air desk. We chose the open air and enjoyed the trip across a calm sea.

The ferry pulls into Ao Salad, an old Thai fishing village on the north east of the island, and this is the gateway through which hundreds of thousands of tourists pass each year looking for their own special piece of paradise.

The fare one way is Baht 350, but you get a discount if you buy your return ticket at the same time i.e. Baht 600.
Written September 27, 2016
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