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New ferry services to connect Sattahip with Koh Chang and Hua Hin

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1 hour ago, portroyal said:

Pattaya-Hua Hin ferry is great for tourists coming from HH to discover the wild wild Pattaya life. But those living in Pattaya shouldn't be allowed to go to HH

he he...

 

 

Sorry, but nobody who knows life in Pattaya wants to go to HH shiiitehole...

 

 

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Here we go again . . .

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Another ferry, but when it comes to service:

1. bicycles are not allowed, even folded

2. pets are not allowed even the smallest ones, even in cages.

I wonder who owns Royal Passenger Lines, but for me they can go to hell!

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48 minutes ago, keskeseksa said:

Another ferry, but when it comes to service:

1. bicycles are not allowed, even folded

2. pets are not allowed even the smallest ones, even in cages.

I wonder who owns Royal Passenger Lines, but for me they can go to hell!

 

It's a Thai company managed by Thai, did you forget ?

 

:-)

 

 

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4 hours ago, juice777 said:


But how long is the ferry?

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It looks to be about 90 meters.

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It looks to be about 90 meters.

Haha as soon as I posted that I was waiting for that joke.

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I'm so glad you laughed and didn't get angry with my dumb joke. Have a great day!

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It is too bad that the Pattaya to Hua Hin servise runs to he KhaoTakiab dock where tides are a factor.

They should get the main pier in Hua Hin fixed as it has deeper water and  is  handier to get into the city

from. Of course this would make too much sense  and not so much money in the song tao pockets.

Geezer

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Sattahip to Phetchaburi please... don't screw up Pranburi

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On ‎20‎/‎04‎/‎2017 at 6:50 AM, survivalblue said:

This might be alright.  Going direct to Bang Bao.

Not ideal for White Sands or Lonely Beach.  But It might give Bang Bao a bit of a boost in business.

 

 

Agree that it isn't ideal for white sands, but lonely beach is only 6 or 7 km from Bang Bao and a lot closer than the current ferry ports in the north of the island.

I think the big winners in this will be Bang Bao and Klong Kloi as when the ferry comes in passengers will be able to see the beautiful Klong Kloi beach. I also think Bailan and Lonely will profit from it as well because there are limited places to stay in Bang Bao and Klong Kloi, having said that the is building work happening in these areas right now.

I'm happy that the ferry isn't for cars as there are already enough cars on Koh Chang just try and get of the island after Songkran or New Year or in fact any holiday and you'll see what I mean, the queues for the ferries quite often goes back as far as white sands.

The other reason is that when it rains the roads especially in the south of the island are incredibly dangerous its like driving on sheet ice couple that with the mountainous terrain and it doesn't take a genius to work out what happens and the hospitals on Koh Chang do a roaring trade.

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On 4/20/2017 at 1:51 PM, Sakeopete said:

Now if they could only take cars and motorcycles.

 

Do the current ferries not take at least cars?  :shock1:

 

I thought that is the definition of a ferry...

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Has anyone told them that Phetchaburi is inland?

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