Tourists stranded an island off the coast of Sattahip rescued by Royal Thai Navy

Six Belgian tourists stranded on an island off the coast of Chon Buri’s Sattahip district have been rescued by the Royal Thai Navy on yesterday. According to the navy officers, the tourists took three small boats into the ocean on Sunday and obtained themselves into hassle when one of many boats had a mechanical failure, and a water leak to a different boat.
Since Cash remaining boat was too small to carry all six of them to the mainland, they took sanctuary on Koh Khram the place they used a radio to ask for help. The island is a nature reserve and is mostly closed to vacationers as it is a sea turtle breeding floor.
Navy officers moved out instantly to rescue, arriving on Koh Khram early this morning within the midst of heavy winds, waves, and darkness. The six Belgian tourists all made it back to land safely, with no injuries recorded, although they were shaken up by the ordeal.
The vacationers informed Pattaya News…
“We love the Royal Thai Navy and without them, we don’t know what would have occurred to us.”

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