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Full Moon Party Boat Crash

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Full Moon Party Boat Crash

I read an article earlier this week about 2 boats holding tourists who were going to/coming back from the Full Moon Party on Phi Phi island crashed, and there were quite a few people hospitalised. Little worrying - has certainly put me off taking a boat at night time! Just wondered if anyone else had heard of this and had any thoughts?

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1. Re: Full Moon Party Boat Crash

Hi,

are you sure it wasn't the Koh Samui / Koh Phangan crash rather than Koh Phi Phi?

abc.net.au/news/…2938437.htm

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2. Re: Full Moon Party Boat Crash

Yes its Koh Phagnan not PhiPhi. There is already a thread here about this report of a few days ago. 40+ people injured.

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3. Re: Full Moon Party Boat Crash

Oops, my mistake - I do apologise!

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4. Re: Full Moon Party Boat Crash

I also wouldn't let it prevent you from taking your trip - unfortunate accidents can happen anywhere any time, you can't predict it!

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