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Thailand Sail!

April 21-28, 2024

    We leave Phuket for one week of sailing these spectacular islands. 

Every day stopping for swimming, exploring, relaxing. 

Professional Thai cooks prepare authentic Thai cuisine. Get into the Thai vibe.

Arrive a few days earlier for some land-based tours that leave right from the hotel. Elephant sanctuary, Big Buddha, temples, Phuket Town.

Our own private luxury catamarans will be our home for a week of exploring these

magnificent islands of the Andaman Sea.

Over 130 islands to explore, emerald waters, and secluded beaches. Southeast of Phuket brings you to the Phi Phi Islands – one of southern Thailand’s favorite tourist destinations. Cliffs rise dramatically from the sea. Stunning overnight anchorages and charming villages offer unique lunchtime stops and incredible nightlife. Many of the islands in this region are surrounded with dazzling coral reefs so rich in marine life that you will be tempted to spend all of your time in the water!

Sailing experience is not necessary! Smiles and humor are always welcome.


Includes full-time chef for the duration of sail!


World-class diving and snorkeling await!


The price is per person double occupancy.

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Price: $3355


  • Professional Captain and Thai cook

  • 6 night accommodations on board.

  • Breakfast, lunch and most dinners (depending on where we stop)

  • Paddleboard (if available)

  • Safety, Navigational Aids

  • Galley Equipment

  • Bed Linens and towels

  • Basic Paper Products and Essentials

  • End Cleaning

  • Dock and Port Fees and boat Taxes

  • Vessel insurance

  • Damage Waiver Insurance

  • Thailand cruising taxes

  • Early boarding

NOT Included:

  •  Airfare

  • Land accommodations

  • Personal Travel Insurance (recommended)

  • Meals in restaurants

  • Provisioning of specialty foods and alcohol

  • Additional land excursions

Fly direct into Phuket (HKT) or Bangkok and tour a few days before heading to the boat!

Must be able to enter and exit rubber dinghy.

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