Thailand Yacht Charter

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Sailing in Thailand

If you are looking for the perfect destination to avoid cold winter months, you should consider Thailand. An exotic alternative to the Caribbean, Thailand takes the crown as one of the world’s most fascinating yachting destinations with rising popularity due to its booming yacht scene and natural beauty that can only be described as spectacular.

We will recommend the perfect locations and the ideal yacht for your ultimate charter experience, whether you want to go on a taste bud tantalizing culinary cruise, trek through forests, dive with the most beautiful fish in the world or soak up the sunshine – ask us for a free quote.

Thailand offers beautiful year-round sailing

Set sail from Phuket and experience the Andaman Sea

Phuket, which is near other Andaman Sea, is an excellent starting point for yachting. You will be welcomed by the famous Phang Nga Bay, which includes over 100 islands, a short cruise away. These lush tropical islands have beaches of dreamy warm white sand that are ideal for digging your toes in and relaxing.

Uncover the jungles and creeks that surround you and leave you breathless. With plenty of safe anchorages, during your time here in Thailand, you will be able to make the sea your new home. Just off the Phi Phi islands coast, imagine waking up on board, enjoying breakfast while watching the sunrise. Dive off-board to expose the aquatic life just below sea level and take in the Thailand-dwelling diver fish’s vivid colors. Thailand is suitable for diving enthusiasts and has some of the best diving destinations in the world. There are colorful and green coral reefs and ancient shipwrecks on the islands of Koh Samui and Similan.

For those looking for bustling nightlife, don’t panic-Thailand has a perfect way of uniquely combining the wild and the calm. Thailand transforms into a nation with an energetic nightlife when the sun goes down. Beach parties and lunar festivals give you the rare opportunity to let loose by mingling with locals. For those searching for a customized itinerary that will be beyond all standards, Thailand is the ideal destination.

The Andaman Sea-Sailing through Thailand

In Southeast Asia, Thailand’s charter region is a popular destination with Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and Malaysia. The nation has a fascinating culture and is well known for its boundless hospitality, surrounded by the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. The Andaman Sea is a fantastic location off the west coast of Thailand, full of unspoiled tropical islands brimming with diverse national parks and pristine nature; It is the most popular sailing place. The region is still partially untravelled, and you rarely encounter other boats. There are many good anchorages in secluded coves where you can enjoy the overwhelming beauty of the Andaman Sea all by yourself. With a stunning backdrop, Thailand is an island paradise. Sailing here, amid the emerald seas, you can find sparkling white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and many secluded coves and cliffs.

Discover Thailand’s Stunning Islands

There are various attractions on the west coast, such as the Bay of Phang Nga with its offshore islands or the 120 km long Krabi coastline with many natural lagoons. The Koh Phi Phi Islands, Koh Lanta, Koh Lipe, Phi Phi Le, Koh Tarutao, Koh Similan, Koh Surin, and many other beautiful islands are abundant here. Another idyllic sailing area is the Gulf of Thailand. The overseas Thai territories have beautiful marine life and are perfect for snorkeling and diving.

Thailand’s main yacht charter area is the island of Phuket. Many marinas provide good service and facilities on the island, such as Marina Phuket Yacht Harbor, Ao Po Grand Marina, Ao Chalong Yacht Club, and Lagoon Phuket Boat. In Thailand, the selection of charter yachts is relatively wide. However, the sailing infrastructure is not as well developed as in Europe. The Marina at northern Phuket is a good starting point for a sailing trip, as it has modern facilities and can accommodate over 200 charter yachts. There are also fine starting points for the Ao Po Grand Marina and the Ao Chalong Yacht Club Marina. The west coast of Thailand and its islands can be explored from these points. Koh Samui and Koh Chang have other yacht charter options. There is a decent range of yachts here, but the sailing infrastructure is worse than in Phuket.

A few other ports and marinas are situated outside the Charter Bases. Thailand has laws and regulations that are very relaxed. For sailors, there are no area limits so that charter crews can travel very quickly. As for the living costs, Thailand is an inexpensive destination, and chartering a yacht is considered a privilege.

Nearby airports in Thailand

  • International Airport of Langkawi
  • Airport Phuket
  • International Airport Samui
  • Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok

Thailand’s Environment & Weather

Thailand is hot all year with a tropical climate. Temperatures vary between 28 degrees and 35 degrees. Only in the mountains in the far north is it colder. November to February is the coolest time of year, and this is the perfect time to fly. In Thailand, the hottest months are from March to June, when it can get as warm as 40 degrees. This is the perfect time to go to Thailand for a boating holiday. The rainy season is from June to October in Thailand.

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