Thailand's Cruising Grounds cater to all tastes. To the SW of our base Phuket you find open water with a few dotted islands such as Koh Racha and Koh Rok Nok. In the SW monsoon sailing can be quite exhilarating here, In the NE monsoon there is usually a steady moderate breeze.

Burma/Myanmar - Mergui Archipelago

Sailing the Mergui Archipelago Enjoy a trip you to The Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar), a unique area both above water as well as below. There are over nine hundred islands, all but two of them uninhabited.

Adventure Sailing and Scuba Diving in Burma/Myanmar

Sample sailing Itinerary Burma Trips to the Mergui Archipelago start from € 1,180 per day
FAQs about trips to Burma Recommended yachts for Burma are SY Cataleya, SY Mozart


The Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar/Burma) is unique both above the water as well as below. There are over nine hundred mostly uninhabited islands scattered over an area of some 12000 square miles.

You will never forget the breathtaking scenery with virgin rainforests along diving on uncrowded reefs.

The Andaman Islands

Floating in splendid isolation some 400 nautical miles north-west from Phuket in the Andaman Sea is this archipelago of over 500 islands, islets, rocks and reefs. They stretch out over a length of 430 miles and are an unparalleled destination for nature lovers and divers alike.

Geologically speaking the islands were once part of a mountain range stretching roughly from what is now Burma to Sumatra.

Tectonic movements caused the larger part of these mountains to sink below sea level, what remained above the water are now the Andaman Islands.

Get away from the crowds one of our fast cruising cats Chameleon or Mozart or both for larger groups voyaging from Phuket Thailand to Langkawi Malaysia. Join in on a truly international voyage visiting an excellent array of pristine islands, most of which are uninhabited. You will be totally removed from the regular tourist path once clear of the northern islands groups, visiting areas that can only be gained by private charter yacht.

Robinson Crusoe would have felt at home in these islands. Life today is not as hard though, you can spend your days snorkeling, kayaking, lazing around, swimming and enjoying the sumptuous meals prepared aboard by your crew. In the evening once clear of the city lights the heavens open up with a kaleidoscope of lights in the night sky. Falling stars can be often seen whilst lying in the bow nets if you keep a keen eye out.

Sailing Indonesia: Where Tropical Dreams Come to Life

Sailing Indonesia. Imagine sailing into the heart of a vibrant culture and rich natural world aboard a beautifully handcrafted yacht. The tropical islands of Indonesia beckon with volcanic peaks, colourful sea life and numerous idyllic beaches well off the beaten track. Indonesia remains a truly exotic sailing destination, and there are few better ways to discover its islands and waterways than with one of a trio of sought-after yachts: the Silolona, a hand crafted traditional wooden sailing vessel modeled after traditional spice island sailing vessels with luxurious modern touches; or the Raja Laut ("King of the Seas"), a replica of the classic 19th Century schooner.

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