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We welcome you in advance to Thailand and a experience Boat Charter. We are a Boat Charter travel and tourism agency for Thailand and the Thailand Islands, Europe and world-wide. With twenty years of Boat Charter experience behind us, we can offers an important choice of destinations in Thailand and good Boat Charter holiday along the coast and the Thailand islands. In Thailand you will find everything for a good Boat Charter cruise: exciting yachting regions, a range of charter yachts and appropriate weather conditions. Boat Charter in this country will definitely be a great and exciting holiday cruise for your crew and a good experience for your skipper. If you have any questions regarding Boat Charter in Thailand, please ask us for further information and help! You will find our contact details in the lower left corner of this website!


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Sail with us in one of the most unusual and unique areas in the world. The striking beauty of Thailand's Andaman Sea offers a very beautiful and wonderful sailing in calm waters. Add to charming coves and enjoy the view, hot baths and white beaches.

Discover the islands off Phuket during a sailing week and stay the second week of country experiences that elephant safari, trekking in the jungle and visit the exciting Bangkok.

Set sail to the beautiful islands of Phang Nga Bay, Krabi, Phi Phi Islands and Iceland Butane gas, all with their golden beaches and marine life. Snorkeling among coral and fish of all colors and shapes.

Thailand is often called the "land of smiles" and is due to the great hospitality they offered to visitors.
Here are everyday people with a smile. One of the most important ways to achieve this happiness is through meditation, which is also practiced by many. The Thai beaches are world renowned for the luxurious sand and inviting water. Thailand is simply irresistible, and the fact that Thailand has thousands of kilometers of beaches means that there is room for everyone. Sail so you can find their own coves to enjoy. Whether you want to party, relax or just sunbathing, as Thailand is a good choice.


Thailand's Climate

Thailand has a tropical monsoon climate with three seasons in most parts of the country. In the southernmost part of the Malay Peninsula, has a tropical rainforest climate with two rainy seasons per year. The boundary between these areas is somewhere in Petchaburi province.

Northern and central part

The three seasons are the cool-dry, the hot, dry and rainy season. They are governed by the monsoons from the southwest and northeast, blowing six months each every year.
The cool dry period is sufficient October-November to mid March, the warm dry from March to May and rainy season from June to October-November. Rainy season is longer the farther south you go. Warmest month is usually April with temperatures ga go above 39 ° C. At night it is a bit cooler. Northeastern part of Thailand, Isan, is the hottest part of the country. Not So Hot, it is in December-January when the temperature in the north and northeast can drop to around 10 ° C at night and at altitudes above 1,500 meters down to below 0 ° C then it can fall snow.

Phuket is Thailand's largest island with an area of 543 square kilometres and nestles against the Andaman Sea coast 862 kilometres south of Bangkok. Phuket traditionally derives its wealth from tin and rubber. The island is blessed with magnificent coves and bays, powdery palm-fringed white beaches, sparkling island-dotted seas, genuinely hospitable people, comfortable accommodation, super seafood, tropically vegetative mountains, lovely waterfalls and parks, and delightful turn-of-the-century Sino-Portuguese-influenced architecture, which creates an en-chanting ambiance perfectly suited to total relaxation.

Attraction :
Phuket Town This compact provincial town serves mainly as an accommodation and shopping center. Splendid colonial-style residences built by late 19th-century tin and rubber barons and shophouses from the same period provide a distinctive character.
Khao Rang This small hill to the north of the town offers a pleasant view of the town and boasts Thailand's first fitness park, a series of hillside sculptural tableaux which enhance keep fit calisthenics.

Ko Si Re This small island which is separated from the mainland only by the Tha Chin Canal, is located 4 kms. northeast of the town. There is a sea gypsy village considered the biggest in Phuket.

Phuket Butterfly Farm and Aquarium Drive for 3 kms. from the town along Yaowarat Road and then turn left at the Sam Kong village intersection. It has a fascinating collection of such tropical creatures as butterflies, insects, fish and coral all arranged in a natural surrounding.
Phuket Orchid Garden and Thai Village Located on Thepkasattri Road about 3 kms. from the town, it offers cultural performances demonstrating the Thai way of life with folk dances, Thai boxing, the unique aspects of Phuket and the South, a handicraft centre, an orchid farm, and an elephant show. show times are 11.00 a.m. and 5.30 p.m.

Chana Charoen Crocodile Farm This contains an exciting aquarium with some 1,000 marine, freshwater and estuarine crocodiles and is located just outside of the town. It is open daily from 9.00 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.

Sixty Years Pillar Monument stands in the south of the town at the area called Saphan Hin, the end of Phuket Road. It was constructed in 1969 as a memorial to Mr. Miles, who devised the use of a dredger in mining operations in 1909.

Sirinat National Park It is located near Phuket International Airport along Route Nos. 402 and 4026, some 30 kms. from town. The park occupies a total area of 90 square kilometres and has an uninterrupted 13 km. long stretch of beaches; Hat Nai Thon, Hat Nai Yang, Hat Mai Khao, and Hat Sai Kaeo.

Wat Phra Thong This temple where the upper half of a large Buddha statue emerges from the ground is 20 kms. north of the town along Highway 402. Legend has it that during the invasion of Thailand in 1785, the Burmese tried in vain to excavate the statue. Each time they dug into the ground, swarms of hornets would swoop on them and they had to give up. Later, the visible part of the statue was covered with gold by the villagers and has remained as such until today.
Wat Phra Nang Sang This historical temple in Amphoe Thalang was once a fort resisting a Burmese invasion around 1785. An old chapel in the compound enshrined the three oldest and largest Buddha statues made of tin, called the Three Kings.

More information about Thailand. The cheapest way to travel to Thailand is to book a flight with one of chartercompanies.

The range of charter boats will be found in the map ahead. 

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