Thailand is an iconic picture-postcard destination, offering the finest gastronomic delights, culture, history and breathtaking vistas no matter where you sail. From the iconic limestone cliffs and emerald waters surrounding Phang Nga Bay to the untouched tranquil waters of the Similan islands, there really is something for everyone. We have put together some of our top tips to avoid tourists and day-trippers, so you get an authentic and luxurious journey through South East Asia.
There cannot be many better ways to explore and admire the stunning scenery around Phuket than on your own private charter catamaran. Lots of space, with or without crew, a catamaran hire Phuket is definitely the way to cruise these beautiful sailing grounds. Try something new this year and venture out of your comfort zone, into a tropical paradise brimming with culture and excitement! Float past the Thai islands with the limestone cliffs looming over, whilst you sip coconut water and lounge on the trampoline of your catamaran… Continue reading
The east coast of Phuket offers all year round sailing, with the stunning scenery of Phang Nga Bay being protected by land masses on both sides. May to October is southwest monsoon winds so the waters west of Phuket, exposed to the Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal, and with no protected anchorages, are off limits during that time. From the 1st November, the Similan Islands, Surin Islands and the Mergui Archipelago of Myanmar are officially open for business.