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South-East Asia

The Andaman Sea around Phuket (Thailand) and Langkawi (Malaysia) is one of the most enchanting charter destinations worldwide, offering a unique combination of crystal waters, lush islands, white sandy beaches, and tropical climate. Add ancient Asian cultures, delicious food, the buzz of trendy resorts or the seclusion of uninhabited islands, some of the best dive spots in the world and your charter will give you a glimpse of paradise.

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Suggested Itinerary

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WHEN TO GO: NOVEMBER-MARCH

Day 1: Kota Kinabalu

Arrive for your charter at Kota Kinabalu and after embarking in Moecca we sail to the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine park for a welcome dinner on board with a cultural performance. Watch the sun set over the horizon we stay overnight and move before sunset to Pulau Tiga.

Day 2: Pulau Tiga

Pulau Tiga, known as the original ‘Survivor Island’ where the reality TV show was first filmed.Geothermal activity below the centre of the island has created warm bubbling mud baths which are not only relaxing to sit in but also therapeutic.

Day 3: Pulau Tiga & Mengalum

Here one can stretch the legs on nature trails which take you through the jungle and across the island, resident wildlife include macaques, giant monitor lizards, wild boar, and hornbill. In the afternoon depart for Mengalum Island where you can have a hand at fishing. A place known for fishing enthusiasts. The area is known for Dogtooth and Yellow fin Tuna.

Day 4 & 5:Mengalum & Layang Layang

Layang Layang is a man made atoll and the last known stop before you leave 

Malaysian waters. Home to schools of hammerhead sharks, the area is characterized 

with drop offs and pristine hard coral. If you’re lucky you may even see manta rays 

and whale sharks.

Day 6 & 7: Layang-Layang & Kota Kinablu

After days of diving and fishing, head back to Kota Kinabalu as the sunsets. Arrive as the sun rises for a breakfast with Mt. Kinabalu as your backdrop. Kota Kinabalu is where you can disembark for golf, dine ashore, walk the town or for the more adventurous, take the challenge to climb the mountain. 

Day 8: Mantanani

On a clear day, the cruise towards Mantanani will reveal great views of Mount Kinabalu, the highest peak in Southeast Asia.  Keen scuba divers would have an exciting opportunity to dive on a Japanese shipwreck lying in 35m of water, a legacy of the 2nd World War. There is also a chance to encounter the resident dugong or ‘sea cow’. The Tip of Borneo is the point were the South China Sea and Sulu Sea meet. 

 

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