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Rent a yacht in Thailand and enjoy the adventure. Available 41 yachts. 42 yachts are available on your dates. If you are still undecided about a specific model and want to compare several boats, add the boats to the comparison list or contact our manager. Popular regions and cities: Thailand, Koh Chang, Phuket, Koh Samui Choose among yacht types: Sailboat, Catamaran Cabins: 2-cabins, 3-cabins, 4-cabins, 5-cabins, 6-cabins, 7-cabins Persons: 4-persons, 6-persons, 8-persons
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Little Eva | Bavaria 34 Cruiser

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2008
Length: 35 Ft
Cabins: 2
Guests: 4
1850 €
1850 €
- 19% 1,506
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Big Kahuna | Bavaria Cruiser 32

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2011
Length: 33 Ft
Cabins: 2
Guests: 4
1850 €
1850 €
- 19% 1,506
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Lagan | Dufour 520 GL

Dream Yacht Charter

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2018
Length: 50 Ft
Cabins: 5
Guests: 10
2200 €
2200 €
- 29% 1,571
+ mandatory costs - 720 €
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Meleth | Bali 4.1

Dream Yacht Charter

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2020
Length: 41 Ft
Cabins: 6
Guests: 10
2490 €
2490 €
- 29% 1,779
+ mandatory costs - 815 €
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Inspiration | Bavaria 40 Cruiser

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2008
Length: 41 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 6
2220 €
2220 €
- 19% 1,808
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Diana | Bavaria 39 Cruiser

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2006
Length: 40 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 6
2220 €
2220 €
- 19% 1,808
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Mljet | Dufour 520 GL

Dream Yacht Charter

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2018
Length: 50 Ft
Cabins: 5
Guests: 10
2690 €
2690 €
- 29% 1,921
+ mandatory costs - 685 €
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PROCLUS_DB | Bali 4.5

Dream Yacht Charter

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Thailand, Phuket, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2017
Length: 45 Ft
Cabins: 6
Guests: 10
2825 €
2825 €
- 29% 2,018
+ mandatory costs - 815 €
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Happy Eva | Mahe 36

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2013
Length: 36 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 7
2740 €
2740 €
- 19% 2,231
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Kingsman | Bavaria Cruiser 46

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2016
Length: 47 Ft
Cabins: 3
Guests: 6
3055 €
3055 €
- 19% 2,488
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Isabella 2 | Bavaria C45

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2018
Length: 46 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 10
3430 €
3430 €
- 19% 2,793
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Fortunate Sun | Island Spirit 410

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2019
Length: 41 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 8
3700 €
3700 €
- 19% 3,013
+ mandatory costs - 250 €
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Amelie | Lagoon 380

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Ko Samui, SE Asia, Koh Samui, Koh Samui
Year: 2015
Length: 38 Ft
Cabins: 6
Guests: 10
3728 €
3728 €
- 19% 3,036
+ mandatory costs - 200 €
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Kinara | Lucia 40

Asia Marine

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Thailand, Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2018
Length: 38 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 10
3465 €
3465 €
- 5% 3,292
+ mandatory costs - 0 €
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Thidawaree | Beneteau Oceanis 54

Aqua Charters

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Thailand, SE Asia, Koh Samui, Koh Samui
Year: 2013
Length: 55 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 7
3894 €
3894 €
- 14% 3,330
+ mandatory costs - 100 €
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Vesna | Island Spirit 410

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Ko Samui, SE Asia, Koh Samui, Koh Samui
Year: 2017
Length: 41 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 10
4132 €
4132 €
- 19% 3,365
+ mandatory costs - 250 €
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Kaya | Island Spirit 410

Island Spirit Charters

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Thailand, Phuket, SE Asia, Phuket, Yacht Haven Marina
Year: 2022
Length: 41 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 9
4280 €
4280 €
- 19% 3,485
+ mandatory costs - 250 €
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K-35 | Lagoon 40

Simpson Yacht Charter

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Thailand, Asia, Phuket, Ao Po Grand Marina
Year: 2018
Length: 40 Ft
Cabins: 6
Guests: 12
3710 €
3710 €
- 5% 3,525
+ mandatory costs - 180 €
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P&B | Lagoon 42

Simpson Yacht Charter

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Thailand, Asia, Phuket, Ao Po Grand Marina
Year: 2017
Length: 42 Ft
Cabins: 4
Guests: 9
4900 €
4900 €
- 24% 3,724
+ mandatory costs - 180 €
Yacht details
Cloud Dancer | Lagoon 42

Simpson Yacht Charter

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Thailand, Asia, Phuket, Ao Po Grand Marina
Year: 2019
Length: 42 Ft
Cabins: 5
Guests: 11
4991 €
4991 €
- 24% 3,793
+ mandatory costs - 180 €
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Sailing holidays in Thailand, what is it like?

Sailing holidays in Thailand are popular due to the country's stunning natural beauty, pristine beaches, and warm waters. Thailand has many islands, and some of the most popular destinations for sailing holidays include Phuket, Koh Samui, and the Gulf of Thailand. Sailing in Thailand offers plenty of opportunities to explore uninhabited islands, snorkel and scuba dive in coral reefs, and enjoy the local cuisine and culture. The best time for sailing in Thailand is from November to May, when the weather is dry and sunny, with warm temperatures and gentle breezes. Thailand is known for its friendly and welcoming people, and visitors can expect to be greeted with a warm smile and open arms. The country's culture is deeply rooted in Buddhism, and there are many temples and spiritual sites to explore. In addition to sailing, visitors can enjoy a range of activities such as elephant trekking, jungle hikes, and water sports like kayaking and paddleboarding.

The best time to hire a yacht in Thailand is during the dry season, which runs from November to April. During this time, the weather is generally dry and sunny, with little rainfall and calm seas, making it perfect for yacht charters and water activities. The dry season also offers the best conditions for exploring the stunning coastline and nearby islands, with clear visibility for snorkeling and diving. Additionally, Thailand is known for its vibrant culture, stunning beaches, and unique cuisine, making it a popular destination for yacht charters and tourism. It is important to note that Thailand can still experience occasional tropical storms or showers during the dry season, so it is recommended to check the weather forecast before booking a yacht charter. It is also advisable to book your yacht charter in advance, especially during peak season, to ensure availability.

To enjoy yachting in Thailand on a budget, visitors can renting smaller boats. Another option is to book in advance, especially during the low season, to secure lower prices. Additionally, visitors can explore lesser-known destinations and avoid popular tourist spots to save on costs.

Renting a sailboat in Thailand is a popular activity for tourists. With its warm tropical climate, stunning islands, and crystal clear waters, it is the perfect destination for sailing. Prices can vary depending on the size and type of boat, as well as the duration of the rental, but there are plenty of options available for all budgets.

Choose your yacht in Thailand

For sailing in Thailand, you might consider a Catamaran. These yachts offer stability and comfort while sailing in the Andaman Sea and they also provide ample space for groups and families. Additionally, many catamarans are equipped with features like outdoor living spaces, shaded areas, and water activities equipment, making them ideal for a sailing holiday in Thailand and its surrounding islands.

Gathering your gang in Thailand

Thailand is a perfect destination for sailing with your gang. Starting in Phuket, sail along the stunning Andaman Sea coast and explore its picturesque islands and excellent snorkeling spots. From there, head to the famous Phi Phi Islands and enjoy their unspoiled beauty and vibrant nightlife. Finally, make your way to the remote Surin Islands and discover their unique marine biodiversity and rich cultural heritage.

Plan your sailing route in Thailand

Starting in Phuket, head to the famous Phi Phi Islands and explore their stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. From there, continue your journey to Krabi and visit Railay Beach, known for its towering limestone cliffs and excellent rock climbing. Finally, head north to the beautiful island of Koh Samui, where you can relax on the beach or explore the nearby Ang Thong Marine Park, a stunning archipelago of 42 islands with pristine beaches and hidden lagoons.

The winds of Thailand

Bora (NE)

Thailand does not typically experience Bora winds. Bora winds are cold and dry northeasterly winds that originate from the Balkans and can affect parts of northern and central Europe, as well as some areas of the eastern Mediterranean. Thailand has a tropical climate, with warm temperatures and high humidity year-round. The country is affected by monsoon winds, which bring rain and moisture from the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea. While there may be occasional strong winds associated with weather systems or tropical storms, they are not typically characterized as Bora winds.

Tramontana (N to NW)

Tramontana winds are not typically experienced in Thailand, as they are associated with the Mediterranean region of Europe. Instead, Thailand experiences a tropical climate with prevailing easterly winds blowing from the Pacific Ocean. The easterly winds are an important factor in Thailand's weather patterns, providing a constant flow of moisture and moderating the temperatures. They also influence the country's rainfall patterns, with the western side of the country experiencing more rainfall than the eastern side. Occasionally, the country can experience gusty winds associated with tropical storms or typhoons, particularly during the summer months. These winds can bring in heavy rainfall and storm surge to the region. Overall, while Tramontana winds are not present in Thailand, the easterly winds and tropical storms/typhoons are important weather phenomena in the region and can significantly impact the climate and daily life of the people who live there.

Jugo (SE)

Jugo winds are not a meteorological phenomenon in Thailand. The term "Jugo" is not commonly used in Thai meteorology or climatology. In Thailand, the prevailing winds are influenced by the monsoon winds, which bring in relatively stable weather conditions throughout much of the year. The southwest monsoon typically affects Thailand from May to October, while the northeast monsoon affects the country from November to April. These monsoon winds can bring in heavy rainfall and occasional flooding to the country. It is possible that the term "Jugo" may be used colloquially in some parts of Thailand to refer to a warm, southerly wind, but it would not be an official meteorological term.

Mistral (NW)

Mistral winds are not typically experienced in Thailand, as they are associated with the Mediterranean region of Europe. Instead, Thailand experiences a tropical climate with two distinct seasons: a wet season and a dry season. During the wet season, which occurs from May to October, the country experiences heavy rainfall and occasional tropical storms or typhoons, which can bring in gusty winds and high waves. During the dry season, which lasts from November to April, the weather is drier and cooler, with occasional northerly winds blowing from the mainland. Overall, while Mistral winds are not present in Thailand, the country's tropical climate is influenced by seasonal weather patterns and occasional tropical storms, which can significantly impact the climate and daily life of the people who live there.

Air temperature in Thailand
MonthMin TemperatureMax Temperature
January3221
February3323
March3424
April3525
May3425
June3325
July3225
August3225
September3224
October3223
November3222
December3121

Useful information about the country

What is the cuisine in Thailand?

Thai cuisine is a flavorful and complex mix of spicy, sour, sweet, and salty flavors, featuring fresh herbs and spices, noodles, rice, and a variety of meats and seafood. One of the most popular Thai dishes is pad Thai, a stir-fried noodle dish made with shrimp, tofu, eggs, and bean sprouts, often served with lime and crushed peanuts. Another popular dish is green curry, a spicy curry made with coconut milk, chicken or seafood, and a variety of herbs and spices. Seafood is abundant in Thailand, with dishes such as grilled fish, shrimp cakes, and seafood soups being popular throughout the country. Other popular Thai dishes include tom yum soup, a spicy and sour soup made with shrimp, lemongrass, and chili peppers, and som tum, a spicy papaya salad. Desserts are also an important part of Thai cuisine, with popular sweets including mango sticky rice, a dessert made with sweet rice and fresh mango, and coconut ice cream. Beverages are also an important part of Thai cuisine, with popular drinks including Thai iced tea, a sweet and creamy tea, and fresh coconut water.

What is the currency in Thailand?

The official currency of Thailand is the Thai baht (THB). One baht is divided into 100 satang. There are coins in denominations of 25 and 50 satang, as well as 1, 2, 5, and 10 baht. Banknotes come in denominations of 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1,000 baht. The Bank of Thailand is responsible for issuing and regulating the currency.

What kind of Yachts can I hire in Thailand?

Thailand is a beautiful country located in Southeast Asia, offering a range of options for yacht chartering. Some of the types of yachts you can hire in Thailand include: 1) Motor yachts: These yachts are popular in Thailand and offer plenty of speed and comfort for exploring the coastline and nearby islands. 2) Sailing yachts: Thailand offers a range of sailing yachts for hire, allowing you to enjoy the scenic beauty of the Andaman Sea or the Gulf of Thailand while sailing the waters. 3) Catamarans: These yachts are perfect for exploring the shallow waters and secluded bays of Thailand. They are spacious, stable, and offer plenty of room for relaxation and entertainment. 4) Luxury yachts: Thailand offers a range of luxurious yachts for hire, which are perfect for those who want to indulge in luxury. They come equipped with all the amenities, such as air conditioning, luxurious cabins, gourmet kitchens, and even hot tubs. 5) Fishing yachts: The waters around Thailand are rich in marine life, and there are plenty of fishing yachts available for hire. They are equipped with all the necessary fishing gear, making it easy for you to indulge in some serious fishing. The availability and type of yacht you can hire will depend on the location in Thailand where you are looking to hire and the season. It is recommended to research and book in advance to secure the type of yacht you prefer for your charter vacation in Thailand.

How to get to Thailand?

There are several ways to get to Thailand depending on your location and travel preferences: 1)By Air: Thailand has several international airports, including Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) in Bangkok, Phuket International Airport (HKT), and Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX). These airports are served by several airlines, including Thai Airways, Emirates, and Air Asia. 2)By Land: If you are traveling from neighboring countries, you can take a bus or drive to Thailand. There are several border crossings between Thailand and its neighboring countries, including Malaysia, Cambodia, and Laos. 3)By Sea: There are regular ferry services to Thailand from nearby countries like Malaysia and Indonesia.

What is the Internet like in Thailand?

Thailand has a well-developed internet infrastructure, with widespread access to high-speed broadband internet services. As of 2021, the country had over 53 million internet users, representing about 77% of the population. The telecommunications industry in Thailand is highly competitive, with several major internet service providers (ISPs) offering fixed-line and mobile internet services. The top ISPs in Thailand include AIS, True Internet, and 3BB, with many other smaller ISPs also offering services in different regions of the country. Thailand has made significant investments in expanding the country's internet infrastructure, including laying fiber-optic cables and improving connectivity in rural and remote areas. As a result, internet speeds in urban areas are generally high, and access to broadband internet is becoming more widely available in rural areas as well. In terms of regulation, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is the regulatory body responsible for overseeing the telecommunications industry in Thailand. The government of Thailand has also established several policies and initiatives aimed at promoting competition, protecting consumer rights, and ensuring the security and stability of the internet infrastructure.

What language is spoken in Thailand?

The official language of Thailand is Thai. Thai is a Tai-Kadai language and is the most widely spoken language in Thailand, used in government, education, and commerce. Thai has its own unique script, grammar, and vocabulary that distinguishes it from other languages. In addition to Thai, there are also several regional languages and dialects spoken in Thailand, such as Lao, Shan, and Karen. English is also widely spoken, particularly in urban areas and tourist destinations, and is commonly used as a second language for business and education purposes.

The climate in Thailand

Thailand has a tropical climate, with high temperatures and humidity levels throughout the year. The country experiences two main seasons: a wet season and a dry season. The wet season in Thailand runs from May to October, with frequent rain showers and occasional thunderstorms. The dry season runs from November to April, with less rainfall and lower humidity levels. The average temperature in Thailand ranges from 80°F (27°C) to 90°F (32°C), with coastal areas experiencing higher temperatures than inland areas. The sea temperatures are also warm, ranging from 80°F (27°C) to 86°F (30°C) throughout the year. Thailand is also prone to occasional natural disasters, including tropical storms and flooding, which can occur during the wet season. Visitors should stay informed of local weather conditions and any potential hazards during their travels.

How much does it cost to rent a sailboat or catamaran in Thailand?

The cost of renting a sailboat or catamaran in Thailand can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of boat, its size, the time of year, and the rental company. On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from THB 15,000 to THB 75,000 or more per week for a sailboat or catamaran rental in Thailand. It's always best to compare prices from multiple rental companies and to book in advance to ensure availability and to get the best possible rate. Additionally, don't forget to factor in additional costs such as fuel, insurance, and any additional equipment or services you may need during your trip.

10 ideas of what to see in Thailand on the coast

Here are 10 ideas of what to see on the coast of Thailand:

  1. Koh Chang:

    This large island off the east coast of Thailand is known for its beautiful beaches, clear waters, and abundant wildlife.

  2. Railay Beach:

    This beautiful beach on the west coast of Thailand is only accessible by boat and is known for its stunning limestone cliffs and crystal-clear waters.

  3. Koh Lanta:

    This small island off the west coast of Thailand is known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and peaceful atmosphere.

  4. Koh Phi Phi:

    This small island group off the west coast of Thailand is known for its stunning natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and excellent water sports opportunities.

  5. Hua Hin:

    This coastal town on the west coast of Thailand offers beautiful beaches, historic landmarks, and excellent golf courses.

  6. Koh Tao:

    This small island off the east coast of Thailand is known for its beautiful beaches, clear waters, and excellent diving and snorkeling opportunities.

  7. Pattaya:

    This popular beach resort town on the southeast coast of Thailand offers beautiful beaches, excellent dining and shopping, and a lively nightlife.

  8. Koh Samui:

    This popular island on the east coast of Thailand is known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and luxurious resorts.

  9. Krabi:

    This coastal town on the southwest coast of Thailand offers beautiful beaches, stunning limestone cliffs, and excellent outdoor activities.

  10. Phuket:

    This popular island on the southwest coast of Thailand is known for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant nightlife.

Sailing routes in Thailand

Here are five popular sailing routes in Thailand:

Koh Chang to Koh Kood:

This route takes you from the beautiful island of Koh Chang to the stunning Koh Kood, which is known for its pristine beaches, clear waters, and vibrant marine life. Along the way, you can explore the many coves and anchorages around the islands, and visit the many cultural and historical attractions in the area.

Koh Tao to Koh Samui:

This route takes you from the popular diving island of Koh Tao to the beautiful island of Koh Samui, which is known for its stunning beaches, clear waters, and vibrant culture. Along the way, you can explore the many coves and anchorages around the islands, and visit the many cultural and historical attractions in the region.

Krabi to Phang Nga Bay:

This route takes you from the picturesque town of Krabi to the stunning Phang Nga Bay, which is known for its stunning limestone cliffs, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant marine life. Along the way, you can explore the many coves and anchorages around the bay, and visit the many cultural and historical attractions in the area.

Koh Samui to Ang Thong National Marine Park:

This route takes you from the beautiful island of Koh Samui to the stunning Ang Thong National Marine Park, which is located in the Gulf of Thailand and is known for its stunning landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant marine life. Along the way, you can explore the many coves and anchorages around the park, and enjoy some of the best diving and snorkeling in Thailand.

Phuket to Phi Phi Islands:

This route takes you from the popular island of Phuket to the stunning Phi Phi Islands, which are located in the Andaman Sea and are known for their stunning beaches, clear waters, and vibrant marine life. Along the way, you can explore the many coves and anchorages around the islands, and visit the many cultural and historical attractions in the region.

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With FDP (Free Deposit Pack), you have the chance to avoid a full security deposit and lock in your funds. Just pay 20% upfront (non-refundable), and experience a hassle-free journey. * The price of the FDP rises to 25% if booked less than 30 days before the charter.