Thailand is one of the most beautiful sailing regions of the world. It has dreamlike beaches with mostly untouched natural surroundings. The Andaman Sea and the island Phuket on the west coast of Thailand is a wonderful region even for those who don’t sail.
The crew of a ship will guide you to the most exotic attractions passing bizarre island formations in world famous diving waters. Ideal winds and a rich tradition are all united in Thailand.
Let yourself be spoiled by the Thai cuisine. The best time to travel is between November and April when north-eastern winds are blowing and not too much rain fall can be expected.
Phi Phi Island, one of the world’s most beautiful islands, is famous probably not only due to its appearance in a James Bond movie.
The island is actually constituted by two islands. They are called Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Lee.
Phi Phi Lee is characterized by a steep coast, a cave and a salt water lake that came into being through a crevice in the island’s wall of rock. Thousands of sea swallows can be seen around the island. The rich occurrence of fish serves also as their food supply.
Phi Phi Don, the bigger one of the two islands, has a wonderful place to drop anchor at the narrow isthmus at the ends of the two islands. Depending of the date of travel, your trip can also lead you to the south, down to the malay border or to the north up to the Similan islands. The diving waters there have been labeled the best of the world by Jacques Cousteau.
In the country of smiles
A rich culture and history, friendly people, an excellent cuisine, perfect beaches, dreamlike tropical islands and cristal clear waters are all waiting for you in the country of smiles. These waters are ideal for sailors or those who are not yet very proficient. We also offer trips for flotillas.
Leam Phrao, Sapam Bay, Langkawi, Bangkok, Phuket
CORONA / Covid-19 info on sailing & yacht charter in Thailand
Although there are currently no compulsory registration or restrictions for travellers to Thailand,
please note the latest developments on the website of your local Foreign Office.