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Sailing holiday in Thailand

Swaying palm trees, coral reefs, breathtaking rocky islands, a glittering emerald green sea and charming villages on the islands - these are just some of the attractions that await you on a sailboat vacation in Thailand. Phuket, Koh Samui and Koh Chang are ideal starting points for a sailing adventure in an exotic world, far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

  • Relaxed sailing - all year round
  • Friendly people
  • Great Thai food
  • Exotic Phi Phi Islands
  • White sandy beaches
  • Excellent snorkelling

Located in the heart of Southeast Asia, Thailand is blessed with unrivalled tropical beauty. The country offers four separate sailing areas - where the waters of the southern peninsula are of most interest to sailors. Sailing areas off the east coast of Phuket are among the finest in the world.

Towering peaks of limestone jut out from the protected and clear emerald waters by for example Phuket and Koh Chang. Marine parks at the Similan and Surin Islands are among the best snorkelling and diving areas in the world. A sailing holiday in Thailand offers a wealth of scenic and secluded anchorages - pristine white sandy beaches and wild uninhabited islands, with lively nightlife and modern resorts. The friendly and hospitable Thai people also contribute to make your sailing holiday in Thailand into a fantastic memory - it is not without reason that Thailand is called the "Land of Smiles".

Koh Chang

Koh Chang

Sailboat Holidays in Koh Chang With so many primitive and pristine tropical islands to choose from - sailing in the Koh Chang archipelago is a step back in time. In spite of Koh Chang's size and proximity to the capital, it remains undeveloped and pristine, with many secret pleasures in store for visiting sailors. Be one of the first to explore this stunning area.Natural Beauty Elephant safari Untouched nature Secluded paradise beaches Delicious Thai food Beautiful Moo Koo Chang National ParkKoh Chang is the second largest island in Thailand and the largest of the 52 islands in the Koh Chang Marine Park. The island is located on the east coast of Thailand and offers breathtaking and varied landscapes, including rain forests, beautiful beaches, mountains, waterfalls, coral reefs and an abundance of marine life. The buildings Hat Sai Khao, Hat Kai Mook and Hat Ta Nam attract most of the land-based tourists while leaving the rest of Koh Chang and the remaining islands peaceful and unspoiled - a paradise that is ready to be explored by lucky sailors. Sailing in Koh Chang This fantastic sailing area includes the spectacular Koh Chang National Park. Clear water surrounds the fantastic landscape with mountainous peaks, high cliffs and lush green tropical vegetation and incredible waterfalls. On a sailing holiday in Koh Chang, you can admire the breathtaking coastline from the deck of your sailboat. The weather is sunny and dry, and temperatures from November to April are between 21 °C and 24 °C - and the northeast winds are light to moderate (5-20 knots). Highlights On a sailing holiday in Koh Chang, you will be among the first sailors to explore this pristine and enchanting sailing area - and its stunning beaches, crystal clear water, excellent food and friendly people.
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Phuket

Phuket

Yacht Charters in Phuket A yacht charter in Phuket takes place in a stunning and exotic part of the world - with breathtaking scenery and easy passages - which makes sailing here a very wonderful experience. Secluded coves, surrounded by majestic limestone cliffs and pristine white sandy beaches are found everywhere - and a little off the coast - you can dive into a multitude of vibrant coral reefs. Sailing in Phuket The waters off Phuket's east coast are protected by the Andaman Sea, which ensures formidable and safe sailing all the year round. Based on the monsoons, there is a wet-and dry-season, which affect the weather and wind direction. On Thailand's west coast, the north-eastern monsoon begins in November and leads to light or moderate winds between 10-20 knots as well as cooler temperatures and drier conditions. In May, starts the south-west monsoon and south-westerly winds increase in strength to more than 20 knots when the rainy season peaks in September /October. During the remaining months of the rainy season, it rains only a few hours in the afternoon. The Daily temperature is around 32°C from July to February and 16°C at night. From March to June the weather is warmer. The tidal range can be more than 8 feet, creating strong tidal currents in narrow channels. Navigation is often straightforward and is done by eye; however, it is important to keep a close eye on the chart and GPS because of the many coral reefs. A sailing holiday in Phuket is suitable for sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation. Highlights Marine Parks serve as nature reserves to protect the tropical birds and the abundance of marine life - to explore these waters is a journey into an unspoiled paradise. It is also an important part of a sailing holiday to enjoy the local culture and food. Snorkelling or diving in the blue waters is also an experience you shouldn’t miss out on. If you are interested in a lively nightlife, there is also ample opportunity to enjoy the dance clubs and bars in Phuket.
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Koh Samui

Koh Samui

Boat rentals in Koh Samui Known for its white sandy beaches, beautiful coral reefs and coconut trees, you will not miss things to do on this island. You can also find supreme restaurants, cosy bars and local antiques or go on an elephant trekking - Koh Samui offers a great sailing holiday both on and under the water – and, not least, ashore.Superb diving A wide range of activities Beautiful nature Delicious Thai foodKoh Samui, the third largest island in Thailand, is known for its lush vegetation - palm trees and bright green fields. The centuries-old fish industrial remains an important source of income. However, modern attractions such as golfing, elephant trekking, jungle safaris, Thai food and bungee jumping are today the primary livelihood of the locals. Sailing in Koh Samui The sailing area around Koh Samui includes 80 different and unique islands - and visitors have the opportunity to experience some of the more quiet spots in the region. Picture perfect anchorages are located next to tropical beaches, a wide range of formidable restaurants offer fine dining and numerous world-class dive sites are just some of the joys one can experience and explore on a yacht charter around Koh Samui. The wind switches between 5-20 knots from May to October - and the temperatures are between 26-38 °C. Highlights Whether it is delicious and modern resorts and breathtaking scenery, great diving and snorkelling, pristine islands or exciting jungle trails you are looking for - Koh Samui has it all.
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