June Bahtra Island Cruise


Located on the south west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea, Phuket is the largest island in Thailand. Pronounced ‘Pooket’ by the locals, its original name was Jungceylon.

Before it became an international tourist destination, it had been known for tin mining since the 16th century. The island has dozens of nice sandy beaches, the most popular ones being Patong, Karon, Kata, Kamala and Bangtao. It is also situated near Phang Nga Bay, which is part of Thailand’s national marine park. It is where you can take a boat tour to see many amazing limestones cliffs, a gypsy village built on stilts and James Bond Island.

The romance and beauty of the Phang Nga Bay are yours to enjoy from the deck of the June Bahtra. All the cruises onboard this beautifully-appointed boat start from Phuket and take you on a magical cruise along one of the world’s most spectacular coastlines.

Adult 3,900 THB
Child 2,925 THB 4-14 years old
Total Price 0

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Time Description

Pick up from your hotel and transfer to Yacht Haven Marina pier to board the June Bahtra.


Depart from the pier. Enjoy breath-taking views as you cruise to Phang Nga Bay. You will later take a long tail boat to visit the mangrove Delta, Panyee village and James Bond Island.


Enjoy a delicious Thai buffet lunch on board. Then stop at a nearby island for swimming or relax at your leisure.


Arrive at Yacht Haven Marina and transfer to your hotel. You will return to your hotel between 17:00-18:00.


Title Description
Full day includes

Land transfer
Thai buffet lunch on board, tea, coffee and free flow of soft drinks
A long-tail boat ride
Beach towel
Life jacket
English speaking guide everyday
French speaking guide on Monday,Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
German speaking guide on Wednesday, Friday and sundat

What to bring

Sun block lotion
Sun glasses
Swimming wear


The itinerary may be modified without notice if there is a change in the tides or the weather.
The cruise is not recommended for pregnant women and children under 2 years old.