Our cruises in Thailand

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Your cruise in Thailand

Thailand, located in Southeast Asia, is renowned for its vibrant culture, stunning natural beauty, and welcoming locals. During your trip, be sure to explore the capital city of Bangkok, a bustling metropolis steeped in history and home to captivating Buddhist temples. Thailand is also famous for its gorgeous beaches, tropical climate, and diverse cuisine, which blend local ingredients with global influences. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable journey on a catamaran cruise around Thailand!

Thailand is a constitutional monarchy and one of the most developed countries in Southeast Asia, with a strong economy based on tourism, agriculture and exports. Thailand is known for its hospitable population and offers dreamlike forests, rivers and islands for your holiday on a boat. Some of the most popular destinations include Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket and Pattaya.

Thailand is a diverse and exciting destination that offers a range of activities for travellers of all interests. Visit the fascinating temples and explore the country's rich Buddhist heritage during your cruise in Asia. Some famous temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Arun in Bangkok or Wat Chiang Man in Chiang Mai, should definitely be visited during your sailing trip.

Discover the dreamlike Thai islands during your sailing trip on the catamaran cruise, and sail to the island of Phuket, Koh Samui and Koh Phi Phi on your boat. Go snorkelling, dive in a picturesque bay, or do other water sports on the islands during your cruise. Every bay here will do it to you!

Koh Phi Phi is a group of islands in the Andaman Sea and offers stunning beaches and coves for your Thailand catamaran cruise in Asia - go snorkelling, swimming or diving and relax for a few hours on the beach on Koh Phi Phi surrounded by turquoise waters. In Krabi, a province on the southern west coast of Thailand, you can also enrich your sailing trip with picturesque sandy beaches and bay after bay. Go snorkelling, swimming and diving here, too - there's something for everyone!

Besides the bays for snorkelling, diving and swimming, Thailand is also famous for its delicious street food, which every traveller on the cruise should definitely try - whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Everywhere in the country, especially in Bangkok, street vendors offer culinary Thai dishes at a reasonable price - get a taste of it yourself during your trip on the catamaran in Asia!

Indulge in the dreamy experience of eating dinner at sunset during your sailing trip! Every person on the cruise will be thrilled by the Thai lunch or dinner. And whether from your ship or catamaran, a Thai sunset is truly a "dream come true" as they say."

Do you want to relax on your route across the islands besides sailing? In Thailand, you will find high-quality and affordable spa treatments that include a range of traditional massages and beauty treatments. Sail from island to island on board your yacht and be enchanted by the crystal blue waters around your ship. In the meantime, go snorkelling or diving or enjoy a few quiet hours in the cabin of your catamaran.

From rock climbing and white water rafting to ziplining and jungle trekking, Thailand's islands are also an excellent destination for adventurous activities! So what are you waiting for? Book your cruise in Asia, immerse yourself in a totally exotic culture and sail from island to island on your catamaran!

Also, discover the typical markets of Thailand, from the Chatuchak weekend market in Bangkok to the night bazaars in Chiang Mai, where you can find everything from local products to souvenirs.

And afterwards, enjoy your trip on the catamaran in one of the fabulous national parks or nature reserves, including Khao Yai National Park and Elephant Nature Park. Here you can observe elephants up close in their natural habitat!

Discover our offer and, with the help of your personal advisor, find the ideal price for your sailing trip on the water off the islands of Thailand, which you will surely enjoy. You can also book your flight and hotel directly for your sailing trip. Enjoy your trip in Thailand and spend unforgettable hours on board your ship or catamaran! Take a moment to indulge yourself in luxury and relaxation, you will soon enjoy your dinner at sunset under the palm trees...

Best Tours to Do in Thailand

Thailand is a popular tourist destination with many tours to explore the country's beautiful landscapes, rich culture, and delicious food. Here are some of the best tours to do in Thailand:

  • Bangkok City Tour: Explore the bustling capital city of Thailand and its famous temples, palaces, and markets. Highlights include the Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), and the famous Chatuchak Weekend Market.
  • Chiang Mai Elephant Sanctuary Tour: Spend a day at an ethical elephant sanctuary and learn about the conservation efforts to protect these majestic creatures. You can feed, bathe, and play with the elephants responsibly and sustainably.
  • Island Hopping Tour: Thailand has many beautiful islands with pristine beach options, crystal-clear waters, and stunning coral reefs. You can tour some of the most popular islands, such as Koh Samui, Phuket, Koh Phi Phi, and Koh Lanta.
  • Northern Thailand Hill Tribe Tour: Get off the beaten path and explore the northern regions of Thailand, home to many different hill tribes with their own unique cultures and traditions. You can visit local villages and learn about their way of life.
  • Thai Cooking Class Tour: Thailand is famous for its delicious cuisine, and taking a cooking class is a great way to learn how to make some of your favourite dishes, which you can then eat for your lunch or dinner. You can take a class in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, or other cities nationwide.
  • River Kwai Tour: Visit the famous River Kwai Bridge and learn about the area's history during World War II. You can also take a scenic train ride along the river and visit the nearby Erawan National Park with its beautiful waterfalls.

How to get to your charter in Thailand

If your boat is in a coastal town like Phuket or Koh Samui, you can fly to the nearest airport and then take a taxi or private transfer to the marina or harbour where your boat is located.

Or take a bus to the nearest coastal town if you are on the mainland. You can then take a taxi or private transfer to the port.

Alternatively, take the train and then travel back to the port by taxi or private transfer.

You can also arrange a private transfer directly from your hotel or other location to the port to get to your boat.

Sailing Conditions and Climate in Thailand

Thailand offers a range of sailing conditions, with varying wind and wave strengths depending on the season and location. Here is an overview of sailing conditions in Thailand:

  • Andaman Sea: Located on the west coast of Thailand, the Andaman Sea is known for its clear blue waters, lush tropical landscape and abundant marine life. Monsoon winds prevail here from May to October, with the strongest winds in September and October. During the monsoon season, sailors should be prepared for rough seas and strong winds.
  • Gulf of Thailand: The Gulf of Thailand is located on the east coast of Thailand and is known for its sheltered waters and many island destinations. The monsoon winds are not as strong here as in the Andaman Sea, and sailing is possible all year round.
  • Chao Phraya River: The Chao Phraya River flows through central Thailand and is a popular destination for river cruises. The river is well protected and offers calm waters with little wind and waves.

It is important to note that sailing conditions in Thailand are unpredictable and can change quickly, especially during the monsoon season. Sailors should always be prepared for sudden changes in weather and sea conditions and follow local boating and sailing laws and regulations.

The climate in Thailand is tropical and hot, with three main seasons: the hot season from March to June, the rainy season from July to October and the cool season from November to February. The average temperature is about 28 °C during the day and about 25 °C at night all year round. The southern region of Thailand has higher rainfall and humidity than the northern region.

How does a cabin cruise work?

Cabin cruises offer complete comfort and luxury. With a huge variety of charters available to book, you will certainly find the ideal cruise for your time in Thailand. Many yacht types are available to book, including monohull, catamaran, and motorboat options. Monohulls are the traditional type of sailboat known for their speed and traditional sailing experience. The catamaran is becoming increasingly sought after for cabin cruises due to its spaciousness and stability. Motorboat yachts are ideal for those who want to explore the islands in style and luxury.

A cabin cruise is different to chartering a ship bareboat, as everything is organised on behalf of the cruise passengers. An itinerary with activities, beautiful destinations, and a full or half-board meal package will be planned. This means you will be offered between two and three meals a day, usually for the half-board breakfast and lunch package features. With the half-board option, cruise passengers can spend the night at one of the local restaurants in whatever port they have stopped in. Each port has many options of restaurants for you to select from.

The cabin sizes will differ depending on the type of yacht you select for your cruise. On some of our cruises, there are options to book a single or a double cabin or even sometimes a suite! No matter what cabins are offered, we assure you that travellers will find the perfect cabin at the best price.

We offer multiple ships and cruises to passengers who wish to sail here. Whether you wish to spend your days lazily cruising along the coast, relaxing on the yacht's deck, or exploring the coastline's many destinations, we have a package to suit any person! A cabin cruise is a luxury experience as it includes all the comforts on board at our price.

Our skipper and crew shall take care of the itinerary during your cruise freeing you from worry and stress as they offer you their exceptional services. A skipper will select the best route for sailing, and the other crew members remain at your disposal to take care of all the essential details (no matter how small!) onboard and in your cabins to make your trip outstanding. Booking a cabin on a sailing cruise can be a great way to meet new people and make friends while exploring the area and on the yacht's deck.

The crew will prepare food daily with traditional Thai flavours included in the full board. You will also be able to benefit from the services of the hostess regularly cleaning the common area of the cruise ship.

Enjoy the view as you cruise the sea, read a great book, or ask the crew for some sailing tips! In the skipper's free time, they will happily help you brush up on your sailing knowledge. Or rest in your air-conditioned cabins onboard the ship or in the catamaran saloon. The ship offers you plenty of space and comfort, so you can retire to your cabins anytime and have a moment away from the other passengers on the boat.

Do you already have dates in mind for your cruise? Talk to one of our expert booking advisors, who will recommend the best deals for whatever time of year you wish to sail. When you book a cruise early, there are sometimes special deals that passengers can avail of. Our booking staff can offer their services and advise on the details of our cruises using real clients' reviews and data as well as their years of industry experience to help you select the best cruise for you.