A1 Boat Charters visit various Islands within the Archipelago including Monkey Island, Koh Khram, Sai Kaew Beach, Koh Phai, Koh Rin, Koh Man Wichai and Koh Larn. All Islands are accessible, however, weather conditions and Royal Thai Navy restrictions may mean certain Islands cannot be reached on particular days.
Monkey Island: A must stop with A1 Boat Charters is Monkey Island a hidden gem only accessible by sea where you can feed and swim with native Samae monkeys.Monkeys Island is situated south of Na Jomtien nestled between Bang Saray Port and the large popular Island Koh Kram, Kram YaiKnown locally as Koh Ped, this secluded destination also happens to be a permanent residence for Samae cheeky monkeys who are looked after by the Royal Thai Navy. Please note, you can safely watch the monkeys from your private charter boat if you wish.
Koh Khram: Is an uninhabited island which can only be reached by Private or registered boats. The stunning Island along with all the archipelagos have crystal clear blue water and an abundance of marine life, white sandy beaches and palm trees for shade…It really is the unknown paradise in Pattaya.
Sai Kaew Beach: (Hat Sai Kaew) is one of few popular beaches in Sattahip accessible also by a very long and winding road! This beach is popular for those who charter with us and would like to eat at a restaurant rather than at sea and possibly take advantage of banana boat rides. Sai Kaew beach offers those who would like to see different views when visiting the area. This beach is located in the Chumpol Sattahip Naval School, so the beach is also taken care by Royal Thai Navy. There is a small additional charge to visit this beach just like the others.
Koh Phai: Locally known as Bamboo island koh Phai is the largest of all Pattaya’s archipelago islands. Koh Phai Island and it’s stunning white sandy beaches are protected and guarded by the Royal Thai Navy who charge a minimal fee to give access to visitors. Depending on the type of charter you choose will determine how long it will take to reach Koh Phai but with either speed boat or motor yacht it will take approximately 45 to 60 minutes to reach. Once anchored you can swim, fish and enjoy the crystal clear waters or just relax and completely unwind in this truly stunning environment…
Koh Rin: Currently under Royal Thai Navy Restrictions
Koh Man Wichai: A small popular dive island is uninhabited although offers pure seclusion due to its location. The pristine water, white sandy beaches are second to non, although popular with dive groups snorkeling can also be enjoyed.
Koh Larn: has six main beaches and a few smaller ones. All of the beaches are of white sand and clear azure waters. You will find food services restrooms and showers at all beaches. Koh Larn whilst beautiful is a very busy Island and not one of the normal daily destinations.