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Old 21-05-2011, 04:37   #1
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Costs for Hole in the Wall Langkawi

Just wondering if anyone know the current costs or has a contact for mooring a yacht in Hole in the wall Langkawi


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Old 21-05-2011, 04:47   #2
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"Hole In The Wall" Moorings:
North East coast of Langkawi island.
Office: + (6)04-9675301 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting + (6)04-9675301 end_of_the_skype_highlighting Fax: + (6) 04-9675302
(Owner & Operations Mgr) Rahmad 012-5620015 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 012-5620015 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
General Location: Langkawi Geopark in Kilim Mangrove Forest
By Boat: Position of entrance: Lat: 06.25'40" Long: 99.52'08" then continue for approx 1/2 mile to river arm on right. Anchor and proceed by dinghy to Floating Restaurant and speak to Rahmad for directions to your mooring. Staff will assist with mooring.
By Road: 8km from Kuah, on way to Tanjung Rhu. Turn right at Kilim Jetty sign, go 400 mtrs to Jetty. Ask for Rahmad's free shuttle boat. Leaves at only 1230 & 1730 daily.
Mooring Fees: RM300 per month, payable in advance. (Long term preferred).

Services: Free water, in limited supply to 'mooring' customers. Others (small charge).
Low price on beers to 'mooring' customers. Internet at half hour rate if have own laptop.
Free transport for cutomers to/from Kalim Jetty at set times. Travel agency information.
Extra services available: Boat cleaning (Exterior and underwater only). Periodic general maintenance, (engine run etc), security and boat watch. One restaurant. No shops.
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Thanks Atoll

Have just sent them an email but that is great information to start with cheers
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Re: Costs for Hole in the Wall Langkawi

Hi there spent some time at Hole in The Wall last month. A lot of boats look like they had been abandoned. This was mostly evident in the waterway where the restaurant is. Have to say it was a bit eerie as it felt like a 'ghost boat town'.
Having said that there are other boats that do look cared for. Just not as many!
It is also very busy with all the touro motor boats hooning around from sun up to sun down. I guess it would be okay if you are just mooring and not living aboard. Personally I would find it way too congested to contemplate spending too much time there.
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Re: Costs for Hole in the Wall Langkawi

Hi Miss C

I am considering using hole in the wall as a longer term all weather mooring and visiting the yacht several times a year from Australia, I think it may work as you say for a non liveaboard I have a mooring in Thailand but it is exposed to the SW and provides for concern in those conditions My mooring is huge and bomber It is more the Thai boats on tiny moorings dragging that is a concern. Thanks for the info

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