Go island-hopping in Thailand and experience some of the best snorkelling in the world. Enjoy a week aboard our sailing catamaran and discover what makes Thailand special. With an experienced captain navigating the southern islands, you’ll drop anchor at highlights and secret spots perfect for a swim. Work up an appetite snorkelling, dine on Thai cuisine, and sleep moored under the stars. This trip is perfect on its own or as an add-on with our other Thai adventures.
- 6 nights sailing on catamaran (Phuket Roundtrip)
- 14 meals: 6 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners
- Small group experience; Max 16, avg 12. Private tours also available to book
- Sailing the Andaman Islands of Thailand
- James Bond Island visit
- Railay Beach visit
- Snorkelling in Monkey Bay
- Phang Nga Bay stop
- Island visits included Krabi Islands, Ko Phi Phi Don, Southern Phuket Islands, Ko Yao Yai, and Ko Khai Nai
- Snorkelling equipment and two kayaks
Book by Dec 8!
|Dec 16, 2023-Feb 24, 2024||from $1849 tax included|
|Mar 2-Apr 20, 2024||from $1679 tax included|
|Oct 19-Nov 30, 2024||from $2279 tax included|
|Per person based on shared accommodation|
|Upgrade to a double cabin||from $300 more|
|Single supplement||add $1063|
Round trip airfare to Phuket, Thailand additional but can be added if available Transfers are not included: The marina is approximately 15 minutes by taxi from Phuket airport. Meet in Phuket at the ‘The Living Room’ restaurant at The Yacht Haven Marina at 3pm.
Day 1 Phuket/Phang Nga Bay (D) Arrive in Phuket, the day is free until you meet your sailing group in Phuket at 3pm at ‘The Living Room’ restaurant. In the afternoon, board the ship and sail towards the Northern Phuket Islands. Choose to go on a dinghy exploration, relax on the deck, or enjoy for an evening swim under the stars Day 2 Phang Nga Bay/Railay Beach (B/L) Set sail through the emerald waters to James Bond Island, made famous as the setting for “The Man with the Golden Gun”. Afterwards, travel to Railay beach and opt to climb to the stunning local view point, kick back and enjoy a massage, visit the Shrine of the Sea Princess, or explore the town. In the evening, anchor amongst the limestone island scenery, enjoy an optional local dinner, and get a taste of Railay’s nightlife. Day 3 Railay Beach/Ko Ha Yai (B/L/D) Anchor up early in the morning and sail towards Ko Ha Yai. If time allows, stop at Ko Maa en route for some snorkelling. Enjoy an included and overnight at Ko Ha Yai. Day 4 Ko Ha Yai/Ko Phi Phi (B/D) Set sail, go snorkelling at Monkey Bay, and check out its world-famous cliffs. Meet your new crew in Ko Phi Phi in the early afternoon. Enjoy sailing and stopping for a swim before an overnight stay in a remote location. Even with all the hype, Ko Phi Phi doesn’t disappoint. The islands seem to rise from the sea. Sheer cliffs tower overhead, then give way to beach-fronted jungle. This is truly a piece of paradise. Depending on weather conditions, spend the evening anchored off of this beautiful beach or head to Ko Phi Phi for a bit of nightlife. As this is a combination tour, some of your “crew” may depart today and you may be joined by some new travelling companions in the afternoon. Day 5 Ko Phi Phi/Ko Raja Noi (B/L/D) After a visit to iconic Maya Bay, sail to the remote island of Raja Noi and enjoy time for snorkelling amongst stunning marine life, kayaking, or swimming. Relax with a lunch break on the picturesque beach. After an early morning visit to Maya Bay and Leonardo’s Paradise, where “The Beach” was filmed, spend the day sailing through the Southern Phuket Islands. Go slow to enjoy snorkelling and savour a lunch break amongst the breathtaking scenery. Overnight at Ko Raja Noi. Day 6 Ko Raja Noi/Ko Yao Yai (B/L) Sail to the island of Ko Yao Yai. Opt to enjoy a group dinner on the island. If time permits and the group is interested, opt for a visit to Ko Khai Nai en route to Ko Yao Yai. Day 7 Ko Yao Yai/Phuket (B) Take a break for a swim and arrive into Phuket just before lunch. The tour ends on arrival into Yacht Haven Marina. Make your way to the airport for your flight home. Flights must depart after 3pm