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This is a small selection of the yachts available to charter in Thailand. Please contact your Burgess broker for a personalised selection.

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Rate from USD 960,000 per week

  • Length: 85.3m (279.9ft)
  • Guests: 12 guests in 8 cabins
  • Built: 2022

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Rate from EUR 700,000 per week

  • Length: 68.2m (223.8ft)
  • Guests: 12 guests in 6 cabins
  • Built: 2020
  • Abeking & Rasmussen

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Rate from USD 430,000 per week

  • Length: 60m (196.9ft)
  • Guests: 12 guests in 7 cabins
  • Built: 2001

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Rate from USD 245,000† per week

  • Length: 52m (170.6ft)
  • Guests: 11/12 guests in 6 cabins
  • Built: 2003

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The Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) is due at the time of the final charter payment. Under MYBA terms, this sum is usually equivalent to 30 per cent of the total charter fee, but may be up to 40 per cent in some cases.

Intended to cover the operating expenses of a charter as explained under Charter Terms, such as fuel, food, drinks, port fees and ad hoc incidentals, the APA will be given to the captain before the start of your charter. The Captain will ensure that the yacht is fully fuelled and provisioned when you step on board. While an up-to-date summary of accounts can be requested at any time during your charter, a full set of accounts will normally be submitted by your captain at the end of the cruise. If, during the charter, the expenditure exceeds the sum already paid, additional cash funds will be required at once.

All outstanding bills from the yacht charter should be settled in cash or by bank transfer before your final disembarkation. Of course, any remaining credit at the end of your charter will be reimbursed to you in full. On request, transfer arrangements to and from the yacht can be made by Burgess or by the yacht’s captain, payment for which will be deducted from your APA.

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91 boats available for bareboat or crewed charter

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Most popular boats For rent in THAILAND

Little Eva -

Bavaria 34 Cruiser - 2 cab. sailboat charter (2008)

ToyBoy -

Rent a boat Lagoon 400 S2 - 4 + 2 cab. (2015) in Thailand

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Catamaran Leopard 45 (2023) for rent in Thailand


Bali 4.5 - 4 + 2 cab. catamaran charter (2019)

Island Dream -

Rent a boat Island Spirit 38 - 4 cab. (2015) in Thailand

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Sailboat Sun Odyssey 440 (2019) for rent in Thailand

Belle Isle -

Bali 4.4 catamaran charter (2023)

Southern Star -

Rent a boat Bavaria C45 - 4 cab. (2018) in Thailand

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Catamaran Leopard 48 (2016) for rent in Thailand

Moonshine -

Oceanis 45 - 3 cab. sailboat charter (2018)

Top destinations in thailand for boat rental.


75 boats for charter

from €4,442 per week

Koh Chang

16 boats for charter

from €1,156 per week

Koh Samui

9 boats for charter

from €991 per week

Types of boats available for rent in Thailand

Catamaran charter

62 catamarans available for rent in Thailand, form €1,929 for 1 week charter. Ideal option for group of friends or family vacation.

Catamaran charter

Sailboat charter

There are 28 sailboats available for charter in Thailand, prices start from €1,156 per week. Most budget friendly option for a vacation.

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Power boat charter

1 powerboats available in Thailand for rent, starting from €23,977 per week. Bareboat or crewed options available for sailing vacations.

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Trimaran charter

Currently not available for charter in this country. Check other boat types.

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Yacht charter types available in Thailand

Bareboat charter Bareboat rentals in Thailand is the right choice for all kinds of sailors. There are 91 boats available for rent. Enjoy freedom of being captain and sailing anywhere you want. View available options

Crewed yachts Enjoy hassle free, luxury sailing vacation with personalized itinerary and full board. Crewed yacht charter in Thailand is the best option for people looking to get the most during their sailing vacation. View available options

Skippered boats We may offer professional captain for any boat in Thailand. This is a good option for novice sailors looking for professional skipper to back up them during the first days of charter or the whole sailing vacation. View available options

By the Cabin charter If this is your first sailing vacation or you don’t want to rent the whole boat, shared yacht charter in Thailand or cabin rentals on crewed yacht could be a great solution. You will get all-inclusive service for a fraction of a cost. View available options

Cost of boat rental in Thailand

Average yacht charter cost in Thailand starts from €1,156 per week. Graphic below represents fluctuation of charter prices in Thailand during the year, based on a sample of 50 boats ranging from 40 to 50-foot. This graphic shows months with lowest prices during the year as well high season when prices are above average. Before booking the boat at lowest rate, please check sailing conditions as usually best prices are during off season.

Sailing conditions in Thailand

Air temperature, precipitation and wind force may vary significantly during the year. Below you may find graphics with min and max temperature and average precipitation days in Thailand during the year. Book your charter vacation in Thailand wisely! Considering sailing conditions along with the best price offers

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Yacht charter in Thailand

An amazing combination of pristine nature, modern pace of life and best traditions of Buddhism is the cornerstone that attracts sailors to this country from all around the world. If you dream about unforgettable yacht charter, it should be in top of your list.

Located right in the heart of Southeast Asia, this country is surrounded by the Andaman Sea on the west side of the Malay Peninsula, and the Gulf of Thailand and South China Sea on the east side. Until  1939 it was called Siam, which means "freedom.” Bordered by Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia that has kept its independence through the years. As a result, the  traditional lifestyle that has been intact for centuries has been left  almost unchanged. Well known for peace and calmness, the Thai people will make your sailing vacation even more pleasant.

Geographically, Thailand can be divided into 5 distinct regions, but  the southern peninsula of Malay and the eastern part of the country are of the most interest to sailors.

Thailand is washed with two oceans – Pacific on the eastern part and Indian in the western part, Thus while sailing, you may expect moderate breeze, clean tropical waters, number of safe moorings  and anchorages. You definitely will not find here number of equipped  marinas or harbors, but on every mooring or anchorage you will easily find some cozy local restaurant, water supply or grocery store. While Thai cuisine and the hospitality of locals will definitely bring only positive vibes.

Gulf of Thailand boat rentals

Eastern part of country covers several provinces including Trat, Chantburi and Rayong. On the southwest, it reaches the Gulf of Thailand, and it borders Cambodia to the east. The rugged coastline is bordered  with rocky islands and covered with lush green forest. While sailing, you will see many rivers flowing south to create large mangrove forests, followed by pristine white sand beaches. The east coast is very popular for its resort areas, but few sailors know about  the more secluded yacht charter opportunities in Koh Chang.

Sailing in Koh Chang

The Koh Chang yacht charter base is located only 194 miles (312  km) from Bangkok and offers excellent access to the mostly untouched cruising grounds. Being the second largest island in the country (after Phuket), a Koh Chang sailing vacation is a perfect combination of emerald waters, white sand beaches and pristine jungle, waterfalls and stunning lush landscapes. Koh Chang means “elephant” in the Thai language. A fitting name for an island that is shaped like a giant sleeping elephant.

Phuket yacht charter

Phuket is the largest island in Thailand, and is located near the west coast in the Andaman Sea. The east coast of Phuket offers the finest cruising grounds, with easy access to 39 different islands. Discover towering pinnacles of limestone when sailing in the sheltered waters of Phang-nga Bay, set sails to see the famous Phi Phi located to the south of Andaman Sea, or the many beautiful locations in the province of Krabi. Make an offshore trip to one of the National Parks located in the Siliman, or Suring Islands, one of the most famous diving sites in the world.  

The kind and hospitable people will make your sailing vacation and boat rentals in Phuket even more pleasant and memorable.

Best time for yachting in Thailand is from November to April. During this period, the weather is not too hot and there is quite a  small amount of precipitation. However, tropical climate and no typhoons make sailing in this region comfortable and safe all year round.

But even though, we recommend to choose the right time for travel. Favorable  conditions for navigation along the eastern and western coasts are from November to April. If you are looking for some extreme sailing conditions, you may go to the west coast from May to October, during the monsoon season. From November to April the weather is ideal for sailing both on the west and east coast of Thailand. From May to October – is the season of the southwestern monsoon. At this time, it is better to avoid the western waters but there are dozens of different sailing itineraries from the main yacht charter base located on the island of Phuket.

Sailing tips

Phuket is gaining growing popularity among sailors of different levels. It offers great coastline, quite simple navigation and a large choice of sailing itineraries of different duration. So, all this makes Phuket the best starting point for bareboat yacht charter.

This place is so popular that on top of three comfortable yacht marinas, two more were opened in the recent years. One of  the main advantages of Phuket sailing area is that gives you miles of emptiness and relaxing solitude free from big cruising ships.

Sailing grounds

There are two main directions of routes for yachts charter vacation – eastern and western. To the east of Phuket is the Phang-Nga Bay, where the famous Panuk and Hong islands are located. Also, you should pay attention to the James Bond Island, Krabi and Riley Beach, famous among rock climbers. The western shore of the island of Phuket is washed by the waters of the Andaman Sea, which is part of the Indian Ocean. The Similan and Surin are located 100 km northwest of Phuket and included in the top ten places on the planet for scuba  diving. Even further to the northwest are the Andaman Islands, known for their pristine natural beauty, incredible fishing and diving.

During your travel along the bay, you should definitely admire the network of amazing grottoes, caves and tunnels of Koh Panak. Landing from a yacht and having moved to a kayak, you can admire the hidden lagoons and mangrove forests that are in the center of the island.

In this direction is also the island of Krabi, famous for its snow-white beaches and emerald jungles.

During your sailing vacation, it’s worth visiting Phi Phi, a part of the marine national park. Here you will find closed lagoons, calcareous cliffs of striking height and much more.

A smaller Phi Phi Leh, was formed by limestone rocks. In this regard, the water around the island has acquired a unique turquoise hue. Although it is considered to be uninhabited, you can still find lots of interesting things to explore. Famous Viking cave with a picture of an ancient man, numerous swallow nests collected by locals as they considered to be kind of a delicacy.

Koh Hong considered to be one of the most fabulous islands in Krabi area. Here you may take your time and relax contemplating white sand beaches, hidden lagoons with shallow waters beaming with exotic fish. While on the anchorage take a kayak, and explore nearby caves. Up in the sky you will see sea eagles gliding in circles searching for prey while looking down you will find emerald bottom decorated with numerous starfish.

Bareboat charter will give you a chance to visit Koh Pannyi – a sheer rock, with a small fishing village near it built on wooden and concrete piles. Here, among mazes of huts you will find small colorful craft market as well as some bars and restaurants offering variety of fresh sea food dishes from the catch of the day.

It is hard to believe, but there is only one policeman in charge of the island, and couple of years ago there was even no electricity. An  interesting landmark is a football field built by schoolchildren directly on the water. There are no hotels, but you can spend the night on your boat or catamaran on a safe anchorage nearby.

Your next sailing destination is Koh Poda, covered with lush palm trees and surrounded by white beaches. A few meters from the beach there is a coral reef: here you can go snorkeling and admire the diversity of the underwater world.

The other island nearby is Koh Kai – a rock that looks like head and neck of a chicken. Part of it consists of steep rocks, and the opposite shore has beautiful sandy beaches. During strong tides this peninsula is partially flooded.

Phang Nga Bay will amaze you with its unusual, almost mystical beauty. A distinctive feature of this place are steep rocks, protruding vertically from emerald green water. The bay has the status of a marine National park.

Thailand offers great opportunity to combine yacht charter with diving. A lot of coral reefs, as well as a variety of underwater terrain provide unlimited opportunities for diving. Here you have a unique opportunity to meet whale sharks. The best period for diving is November-May. Visibility in water can reach up to 50 meters. Similan Islands are the most popular among divers. Phuket Island in the Andaman Sea is famous for deep-sea fishing and trolling. So, do not forget to rent a fishing kit and you’ll  have a great chance to catch tuna, barracuda, sailfish, marlin and other exotic fish.

Thai Cuisine

Thai cuisine is largely determined by the climate and culture of the country. Tropical vegetation and the proximity of the sea caused widespread use of various fruits, spices and seafood.

Also, migration and contacts with other peoples affected the ways of cooking. For example, the homeland of Thai tribes is mountain settlements in the southeast of China (modern provinces of Guangxi and  Guizhou). Between the 6th and 13th centuries these peoples migrated to the southern lands, where today Laos and Burma are located. Naturally, all this affected culinary preferences. Local  cuisine is a mixture of Chinese and Indian cuisine. Culinary traditions of these countries have had the greatest impact on the formation of local gastronomic predilections.

There are no strict cooking rules in Thai cuisine and taste of any dish depends not only on the set of products and spices, but also on the  personal style of the chef. Very important for Thai cuisine is the balance between food, spices and side dishes. For example, fried chicken with chili is combined with a soup of bitter melon with pork.

Rice in Thai cuisine is the most important product, it’s like bread  in Europe. And if the other dishes are served warm or at room temperature, the rice should be hot enough for you to see a steam.

The second main product is noodles: thin rice (kuaytiao sen lek), thick and nourishing (kuaytiao sen yai), yellow egg (bamee).

Thais eat little, but often. When serving the table, they do not use knives (all products are cut into small pieces). Finish eating usually with fruits. A favorite drink of Thai people is cold water (naam yen).

The main principle of local cuisine is to achieve a balance of five tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and poignant. Various ingredients are used for this purpose.

The two most characteristic of these are curry-based sauce and coconut milk. All kinds of sauces are considered a delicacy, their use depends on the type of dish or meat type. The most famous are kaeng massaman (includes cinnamon, peanuts and nutmeg); kaeng kheow waan (sweet and very hot sauce with greens); kaeng karee (served  with potatoes).

An important nuance of the culinary traditions is the aesthetics of the dish. Making a filigree decor of vegetables and fruits (carving) has become a kind of art here.

All Thai dishes can be divided into four categories:  quick-and well – fried or steamed dishes, as well as soups; spicy dishes – salads or fried dishes with different amounts of spices, often with  the addition of coconut milk; salads – vegetable mixed with meat, the taste can be sweet, and sour but always spicy; cooked vegetables – usually sour, although you can meet them with a sweetish flavor.

Culture & traditions

In Thailand, you will find a wealth of nature perfectly combined with  ancient history, culture and traditions. There are hundreds of islands, beaches, coves and capes. While planning your sailing vacations  Thanks to tropical climate, beaches with  pristine white sand, crystal clear waters, excellent coral reefs and wonderful palm trees. Add to this the friendliness of the Thai people, their magnificent culture and wonderful cuisine. No wonder in recent years it became one of the most popular sailing destinations in Asia.

This country has a long history. And during your sailing trip it may open some of its secrets. Over the long years of existence, the inhabitants of this country honor not only the monarch  and the state charter, but also Buddhist norms. That is why in almost  every part of the country you will meet small churches and chapels with centuries of history. There are a few tens of thousands of them all over the country.

Local people call their home a “land of freedom”, because “thai” means freedom, and it’s not just a coincidence. It is the only country in South-East Asia that has preserved its independence from European states, while all neighboring countries were once colonies of Great Britain or France. This helped to keep its intact beauty and uniqueness.

The main sailing area for yachting is the Andaman Sea, but if you want to get more acquainted with the historical monuments of the  country, then the best choice will be the Gulf of Thailand.

Fans of nightlife should go to Bangkok and Pattaya. Discos, go-go bars, nightclubs every evening are filled with people looking for entertainment. Loud music, bright neon lights, noise and talk of passers-by create a specific atmosphere here.

An important part of Thai culture is traditional music. The Thais also attach great importance to the theater. Modern art (cinema, music)  is very popular too.

An integral part of the way of life of the Thai people is the elephant. In the past, these animals were used in battles, transportation of trees, and today elephants mostly entertain tourists. The image of an elephant can be found even on the Thai flag. Worth  visiting is the island of elephants Koh Chang.

While sailing do not forget to visit at least one the 80 national parks and 32 nature reserves. Khao Yai National Park is the most visited park in country. For those who like to watch birds, it’s  worth going to Doi Suthep National Park, Doi Inthanon, or to Khao Sam  Roi Yot Park in the south. There is the last preserved rain forest in the Khao Yai National Park, which is one of the best parks in the world.

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If you’re looking for your dream yacht charter vacation , then look no further than the “Land of the Smiles''. Here you will find a seascape studded with lush emerald islands surrounded by sheer limestone rocks that rise majestically out of the sea and secret caves that open out onto sugary sand beaches kissed by clear jade waters. Not to mention a kaleidoscopic underwater world of tropical marine fauna intermingling against a backdrop of soft corals and rocky atolls. It's no wonder Thailand has become one of the most popular yacht charter destinations in the world.

Boasting an exotic coastline of over 3,200km, medley of lush rainforested islands and a cultural heritage that stretches back to the bronze ages, Thailand is not a destination to be missed. Over the last few years, Thailand has been gearing up to become a serious superyachting hub, attracting people from across the globe looking for a unique yacht charter adventure where they can experience all that Thailand has to offer, including some of the finest cruising grounds to rival anywhere in the world.

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Thailand can be divided into two distinct yacht charter regions: the  Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand , where there are countless tropical forest-clad islands with pristine beaches, as well as a good number of vibrant towns and cities to explore. The region is also conveniently close to Burma , Malaysia and the Indonesian archipelago , as well as being home to several National Parks and some of the best dive sites in the world. 

Long tailed boats are anchored lapped by green waters with a limestone rocky outcrop in the distance

  • Year-round cruising conditions Lying just 8º north of the equator, Thailand enjoys year-round tropical climate conditions, with its monsoon winds offering up champagne sailing throughout the year.
  • Amazing cuisine Thailand is famous for its culinary dishes, from flavorsome soups to spicy curries and luscious rice dishes, there is plenty to tease your tastebuds wherever you choose to visit.
  • Stunning beaches  You are never far from paradise in Thailand, where picture-perfect coral-sand beaches and crystalline waters adorn its myriad islands and vast coastline.
  • Spas and massages Thailand has become synonymous with massages, from no-frills affairs on the beach to luxurious treatments at 5-star resorts, you will always be able to find a heavenly pampering session wherever you go.
  • Short distances Thailand is an eminently easy destination to cruise, where the average distance between the islands is 22nm (approximately 20 minutes).
  • Ancient culture Thailand has a rich and diverse cultural heritage, from ancient prehistoric monuments to exquisite Buddhist temples, there is plenty to see and experience in this fascinating kingdom.
  • World-class dive sites Thailand has an abundance of tropical marine life from colorful reef fish to megafauna such as dolphins and whale sharks – offering some of the most spectacular diving experiences to rival the best in the world.

6 of the Top Things to do on a Thailand Yacht Charter

Whether you are looking for the ultimate party scene or prefer a more relaxed and tranquil island vibe, Thailand has a whole host of magical locations for you to explore and experience on your yacht charter. To make it a little bit easier, we have compiled a list of some of the best places to visit:

Andaman Sea (Phuket, Phang Nga, Phi Phi Islands, Krabi, Tarutao National Park) Best for : festivities, yacht regattas, luxury resorts, secluded white-sand beaches, rocky monoliths, volcanic seascapes, hidden turquoise pools, world-class diving, whale shark spotting, 

Gulf of Thailand (Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Ang Thong Marine National Park, Pattaya, Koh Chang, Bangkok) Best for : full-moon parties, five-star resorts, waterfalls, diverse wildlife, tropical rainforests, hiking, fantastic diving, secluded coves

North Thailand (Similan Islands, Surin Islands) Best for : scuba diving, fishing, nomadic inhabitants, tropical jungle, crystal waters, ranger-protected areas for tortoises

6 Of The Best Dive Spots To Visit On A Thailand Yacht Charter

A Thailand yacht charter vacation offers a mesmerizing selection of things to see and do. Here is our small selection of some of the most outstanding:

  • Wat Tham Suea (Tiger Cave Temple) : located north of Krabi. This Buddhist temple is a sacred site, accessed by a steep flight of stairs to reach its summit where the views alone are worth it. 
  • Maya Bay, Phi Phi Le : made famous by the Leonardo di Caprio movie The Beach, where powdered sugar-white sands fringe a utopian turquoise lagoon.
  • The Big Buddha, Phuke t: located on the west coast, this vast white-marbled statue is perched upon the hills looking out over Ao Chalong Bay, and can also be viewed from the water.
  • Ko Poda : a tiny Andaman island encircled by coral white sand and emerald green waters, great for anchoring in its shallow waters and swimming or snorkeling straight off the yacht.
  • Nong Nooch Tropical Garden, Pattaya : head inland to experience the 500-acre botanical garden, which is also a major scientific center dedicated to cycads, tropical palm-like native plants.
  • Tarutao National Marine Park : consisting of a group of Arcadian-esque islands in the Straits of Malacca, to the south of Thailand’s Andaman Sea, which also hosted the American reality TV series, Survivor.

Thailand’s vast scattering of islands means that there is something to suit everyone; from modern bustling cities to deserted paradise retreats. The region is also ideal for diving enthusiasts, notably the islands of Koh Samui, Surin and Similan, which are widely considered to yield some of the best dive sites in the world.

Phuket on the Andaman Sea is a major superyacht hub, drawing visitors to its golden shores, and is also ideally situated close to Myanmar, Malaysia and the Indonesian archipelago which opens up another world of charter itinerary options.

Thailand has a rich past with evidence of rice cultivation and bronze casting dating back over 5,000 years. Modern Thai’s have their ancestral roots in Southern China, whose people mitigated over between the 10th and 13th centuries. 

A succession of tribal groups, notably the Khmers, established powerful kingdoms, with the kingdom of Ayutthaya becoming the dominant tribe from the 14th century. After a series of conflicts over the centuries with the Burmese and their subsequent expulsion by national heroes Taksin and Chakri in the 18th century, the Chakri Dynasty was established, with Bangkok as the main capital. Chakri became Rama I, the first king of the Chakri Dynasty, which has held power to this day.

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As well as its beautiful islands and swathes of beaches, Thailand is widely known for its exquisite silk products and popular dishes such as Pad Thai and Tom Yum Goong, with seafood, tofu, lemongrass and coconut milk being the main ingredients.

Thailand’s religious, political and cultural ideas have also been influenced through its proximity with South Asia which have been instrumental in the development of Thailand’s culture and national identity we see today, with Buddhism as the major religion.  

With its ever-increasing popularity as a yacht charter destination, Thailand has plenty of yachts available for charter that should more than suit your needs. If you’re unsure about whether you want to book a motor yacht or a sailing yacht charter for your Thailand getaway, there are a few things you should consider first.

Motor Yacht Charters in Thailand

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Motor yacht charters  are a fantastic way to explore all that Thailand has to offer, and with the extra punch that you get from the high-powered engines, you can cover much greater distances in a shorter amount of time, allowing you to get the maximum out of your yacht charter.

From large superyachts to sleek smaller models, and everything in between, there is sure to be something to suit your needs.

Sailing Yacht Charters in Thailand

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If it’s a more tranquil and serene experience you’re after, then perhaps a sail yacht  might be the best fit; allowing you to kick back, relax and enjoy the view. The northwest monsoon during the months of November through to March offer light to moderate north-easterly winds, fantastic for sailing around your chosen destinations. You should note though there may be greater wind inconsistencies either side of these months.

Catamarans are also a very popular choice in Thailand, offering greater stability, ample space and larger cabins, as well as being perfect for navigating the shallow waters and picturesque lagoons.

With a good array of options available, there’s something to suit every type of budget. For convenience we have listed the average prices for motor yacht and sailing yacht charters in Thailand below;

  • For motor yacht rentals in Thailand, prices can range from $69,000 to $1.6m per week, plus expenses
  • For luxury sailing yacht rentals in Thailand, prices average around $65,100 weekly, plus expenses

In a bid to boost its burgeoning status as a international superyacht hub, The Royal Thai Government has removed the Value Added Tax charge levied on all foreign-flagged yacht charters, welcoming yachts to cruise its waters throughout the season.

Related: Thailand Becomes the World's Third Superyacht Destination

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Thailand is a year-round cruising destination with temperatures ranging between 25-35 degrees. There are two distinct seasons in Thailand which run concurrent with its northeast and southwest monsoons.

The northeast monsoon is the most favourable for yacht charters as it is generally drier and the winds tend to be more predictable. This season runs from November through March, which coincides with the northern hemisphere winter.

The best conditions for sailing can be found in the Andaman Sea region, which experiences light to moderate winds, with drier conditions and cooler temperatures. 

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Vast statue of Big Buddha in Phuket, Thailand

Most yacht charters begin in Phuket , Thailand's main superyacht hub located in the Andaman See – famous for its energetic club scene, high-end luxury resorts and beautiful beaches. It also boasts four yacht marinas and numerous pretty anchorages, including the stunning Nai Harn Bay situated on the southwest corner of Phuket.

There are plenty of reliable transport links to the island, including Phuket International Airport, Thailand's second busiest airport, which offers a number of international flights from a wide variety of countries, as well as several domestic flights from Bangkok.

From here, most yachts venture over to the breathtaking Phang Nga Bay, home to the towering finger-like rock monoliths that rise out of the sea, where you will find an abundance of top dive sites, beautiful lagoons and white sand beaches. From here head to the stunning Phi Phi Islands , then travel north towards the tranquil beauty of the Similan and Surin islands .

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For yacht charters commencing in the Gulf of Thailand, you can meet your yacht near Bangkok, which offers plenty of transport links and direct international flights. 

Head over to the hedonistic pleasure island of  Koh Samui to kick off your yacht charter with a bang. Don't miss sailing through the beautiful Ang Thong National Marine Park, popular for its hidden bays and exotic beaches.

Pattaya is another popular stop in this region, where you can enjoy its lively shores and luxury five-star resorts. A day's sail away will bring you to the breathtaking Mu Koh Chang National Park covered with dense mountains rainforests, magical waterfalls and good hiking trails.

Thailand enjoys convenient proximity with a number of neighboring countries, providing alternative options of where to start or finish on your yacht charter itinerary. The beautiful island of  Langkawi in neighboring Malaysia is a popular destination for yachts – and only a stone's throw from the Thai border, near Phuket. For more advice please speak to your  yacht charter broker .

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Thailand has some of the most high-tech marinas in South East Asia, boasting a multitude of fantastic amenities and facilities.

For yacht charters in the Andaman Sea on Thailand's east coast, you'll find plenty of options. Phuket, Thailand's main yachting hub, offers 4 marinas:

  • Royal Phuket Marina - Centrally located, and home to the King's Cup Regatta. It has 100 berths for yachts up to 144ft (35m) in length.
  • Yacht Haven – a quiet and sheltered marina located in the far northeast of the island. This marina has 320 berths and caters for yachts up to 100+ meters.
  • Ao Po Grand Marina – a great launching post to the spectacular Phang Nga Bay. It offers 300 berths and can also accomdate large yachts up to 100+ meters.
  • Phuket Boat Lagoon – located on the island's north-east coast, and boasts the monika 'Phuket's Most Lively Destination Marina'. It has 180 berths for yachts of up to 120ft (32m)

Marinas outside of Phuket include:

  • Krabi Boat Lagoon – located on the mainland, only 15 minutes from Krabi International Airport, it has 80 berths that cater to yachts of up to 80ft (24m) in length.
  • Royal Langkawi Yacht Club, Malaysia – with easy access to Thailand's waters on the Andaman Sea. This marina is perfectly equipped to handle superyachts, with 205 berths catering for yachts of up to 197ft (60m).

For yacht charters in the Gulf of Thailand:

  • Ocean Marina Yacht Club, Pattaya – the largest marina in South East Asia, less than two hours drive from Bangkok, has 455 berths and can accomodate yachts of up to 213ft (65m) LOA.
  • Racer Marina, Hua Hin – located on the west coast of the Gulf of Thailand, has 120 berths.

a sail yacht sits in the water in a bay in Thailand

With thousands of miles of coastline and countless islands there are plenty of lovely yacht anchorage spots to be discovered in Thailand. Some of the best can be found around the myriad lush islands in the Andaman Sea. 

For yacht charters commencing in Phuket, there are some gorgeous anchorages to be found, especially along the west coast, including Patong Beach , Karon and Kata . The busiest anchorage is at  Ao Chalong , which incidentally is the only place you can register to cruise outside the borders of Thailand. Located on the south-west peninsula of Phuket you’ll find Nai Harn , one of the most beautiful havens on the island.

Other recommended anchorages in the Andaman Sea;

  • Phi Phi Don, Ton Sai Ba y: located on the south side of the two islands. If you prefer to avoid the crowds, the north side is quieter. You can anchor at Phi Phi Le however the water is deep, and the bays are usually quite busy with tour boats.
  • Phang Nga National Park:  some easy anchoring can be found in between the sheer rocks. Another splendid anchorage can be found off the east side of Koh Hong.
  • Koh Planak:  a popular anchorage spot for exploring the spectacular caves.
  • Krabi : there are two good anchorages on the north and south sides of Koh Hong Krabi, plus a pretty anchorage at nearby Koh Pak Bia, off the west coast.
  • Koh Lanta:  the best anchorages can be found in the bay at Klong Dao Beach in the north and Kantiang Bay in the south.
  • Koh Rok National Park:  you can find good anchorages between the islands, equipped with mooring buoys, but take care as the waters are quite shallow.

Further afield, you will find some of the most sublime anchorages can be found in the Surin and Similan Islands  to the north and Tarutao National Park, near the Malaysian border, to the south. 

With more than 80 islands to explore in this region, there are plenty of magnificent anchorages to be found in the Gulf of Thailand:

  • Koh Chang Archipelago:  National Park with over 50 tranquil islands and plenty of spectacular anchorage spots.
  • Ko Mak:  an island located to the south of Koh Chang, where there are some lovely anchorages to be found, especially in the northwest. 
  • Ko Kut:  Further south lies the breathtaking island of Ko Kut, where you can jump off and hike or kayak to the stunning Klong Yai Ki waterfall.
  • Ko Samui:  for an energetic buzz, head to this beautiful island and drop anchor in some of the lovely bays around here, although it does tend to get busy, especially around Christmas and New Year. The southern end of the island is quieter. Head across to Koh Pah Nyang and tie up to a mooring buoy right on the beach.
  • Ang Thong National Marine Park: an absolute must for those cruising the Gulf of Thailand, with the most sheltered anchorages found off the bay at Koh Ang Thong.

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  • Credit cards are only accepted in the large resorts. The Thai Baht is the local tender used throughout the kingdom.
  • Both the Surin and Similan Islands in the northern Andaman region are closed to visitors from May to October during the southwest monsoon season.
  • Thailand experiences two high tides per day ranging from half a meter to just over three meters which you should be mindful of, especially in some of the marinas.
  • Avoid daytrippers around popular hotspots by arriving either first thing in the morning or late afternoon when they all head back to their resorts.
  • For sail yacht charters, you'll find optimum sailing conditions tend to be during the evening and in the morning, with winds dying off in the afternoons, especially during the northwest monsoon season.

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Andaman Sea

Lying just 8 degrees north of the equator, with clear emerald waters, deserted beaches and world-class diving, the Andaman Sea is a popular year-round destination for yacht charters.

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Most yacht charters begin on this vibrant island, which boasts four marinas, a plethora of luxury resorts and spectacular night-life with live music and international DJs, along with an array of beautiful secluded beaches and lagoons. It is no wonder this island has become the superyachting hub of the Andaman Sea.

Anchor off the exquisite Nai Harn Bay, located on the southwest peninsula , and watch the sun set into deep verdigris waters. The next day, head north to Karon beach , where you can grab a bite at Mom Tri's Boathouse , with its extensive wine list and delicious Thai and western dishes.

Asia's biggest and most popular one-week sailing event, the King's Cup Regatta,  is also held annually here in Phuket, attracting the world's glitterati and yachting elites – definitely not an event to be missed!

Phang Nga Bay and Phi Phi Islands

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You can't deny the unbelievable beauty of these islands, clustered around the Ao Phang Nga National Park . Their majestic elegance is unrivaled anywhere else in the world, where limestone cliffs climb vertically out of tranquil cerulean waters.

The National Marine Park boasts unspoiled powder-fine beaches, hidden lagoons and mangroves, perfect to explore by kayak. Take the long tail boat over to Gypsy Island , a floating village built on wooden stilts. 

Head south towards Koh Hong , where you can discover secluded beaches only accessible by tender, before moving on to the Phi Phi Islands : one of the most famous locations in Thailand. 

About a 20 minutes cruise from Phuket, you will find the islands of Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Le, characterized by sheer cliffs, stunning beaches and sultry jungles. Phi Phi Le is also home to Maya Bay , the ravishing white-sand beach lagoon made famous by the homonymous Hollywood film. Both islands are interconnected by a sandy isthmus where you will find Ton Sai Bay , a lively hub for restaurants, shops and bars and the beating heart of this small archipelago. For something a bit quieter check out Monkey Bay , a beautiful sandy promontory, abundant with wildlife and tropical birds.

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If you're looking for a little extra luxury on your travels, then pay a visit to the islands of Koh Yao Noi where you can treat yourself to a heavenly massage in one of the luxury resorts. Don't miss a trip to Koh Yao Yai , a tiny island, otherwise known as James Bond Island, where they shot scenes from Man with the Golden Gun.

Head to Krabi for amazing snorkeling and diving around beautiful coral reefs where you can discover over 200 species of fish, as well as a host of resorts and good rock climbing areas around the headland.

If it's more serious diving you are after, then cruise south to the remote tiny islands of Hin Daeng and Hin Muang , respectively known as Red Rock and Purple Rock, so-called because of the vivid soft corals that cling to each vertical underwater outcrop. Here you will find shimmering shoals of trevally, redtooth triggers, reef sharks and big morays, as well as the majestic whale shark. Purple Rock is Thailand's highest underwater vertical wall, representing a slightly more challenging dive, especially for novices.

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Another must-see destination are the Surin and Similan islands to the north, a beautiful group of islands that offer some of the most superlative diving in the world, thanks to their series of underwater volcanic seascapes, including  Richelieu Rock . This coral-covered pinnacle, located 10km east of the S urin National Park , is undoubtedly one of the most incredible dive sites in Asia, where you will find an abundance of fascinating marine life, such as barracuda, frogfish, manta rays, octopus and whale sharks.

Gulf of Thailand

Bordered by Cambodia , Thailand and Vietnam , the Gulf of Thailand on the kingdom's east flank has always been a popular destination for backpackers.  However, with its surfeit of paradise islands, resplendant national parks and exquisite powder-fine beaches, not to mention fantastic diving, excellent cruising areas and international transport links, this region is fast becoming a popular region for yacht charters too.

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Ang Thong Archipelago

Koh Samui is the largest and most popular island in this beautiful archipelago, characterized by dense mountainous jungle, coral reefs, coconut groves and picturesque white-sand beaches. It is also a great base from which to explore the Gulf and boasts a range of luxury five-star resorts and entertainment.

Head north to the beautiful palm-fringed Koh Phangan , Koh Samui's sister island famous for its full moon parties which attract thousands of tourists every month.

Explore the jaw-dropping  Ang Thong National Marine Park , a group of 40 heavenly islands, offering fantastic sailing, exotic beaches and tucked away turquoise-blue lagoons.

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Koh Chang Archipelago

Located on the east of the gulf, the Mu Joh Chang National Park is a breathtaking archipelago where you will find everything from hiking trails and waterfalls, to sandy beaches and exquisite aquamarine waters hosting an abundance of tropical marine life. Visit the largest island Koh Chang , also known as Elephant Island, which is covered in steep lush jungle rainforests, unearthly waterfalls and a host of native wildlife, especially monkeys! There are also some fantastic diving opportunities around WWII wrecks nearby.

To the north, you'll find Pattaya , a popular mainland destination and home to the Ocean Marina Pattaya , Thailand's largest marina. Here you can enjoy everything from boutique shopping, deluxe spa treatments, vibrant bars and clubs, along with plenty of tranquil sheltered bays perfect for anchoring.

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To the far north in neighboring Myanmar you will find the breathtaking Mergui Archipelago , an untouched paradise characterized by pristine white beaches and dense jungle rainforests. There are 800 or so islands to explore, however the destination is so exclusive visitors will need to arrange a permit before they arrive.

This location is completely off the grid, with no WiFi reception to be found anywhere – your cue to switch off, lie back and soak up the tranquility and primitive beauty of this stunning region.

Also in the Andaman sea, you will find the lovely island of  Langkawi, located in northwestern  Malaysia, bordering Thailand in the south. This island is a popular destination for yacht charters and boasts several marinas, including Royal Langkawi Yacht Club . There are also a number of exclusive resorts on the island, as well as a raft of watersports, entertainment and excellent dining options. 

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Thailand is a popular yacht charter destination, especially during the winter season, therefore we recommend that you book your yacht charter well in advance of your trip to secure your perfect yacht. It is also useful to book early in order to secure a date when everyone in your charter party is available as the longer you leave it, the more challenging this will be. 

Your yacht charter broker will also need plenty of time to tailor an itinerary to suit you, including securing any nights that you wish to spend in marinas. Advance booking will allow your broker the optimum time to organize everything down to the last detail to ensure your yacht charter goes smoothly.

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Thailand Yacht Charter Q&A

Thailand is a year-round cruising destination which enjoys average temperatures of around 25-30 degrees. However, the best time to visit is during the northeast monsoon season which occurs between November and March.

The Andaman Sea region on the west coast also tends to experience more drier and cooler conditions, with light to moderate winds making for optimum cruising.

There should be plenty of yachts to choose from that suit both you and your budget when booking your Thailand yacht charter.

Before you book, be mindful of the additional charter costs, such as berthing, fuel, VAT, food and drink and crew tips, which are not included in the base rate.

Some of the popular hotspots can get very crowded with day trippers, so arrange to visit these areas either first thing in the morning or late afternoon when they return to their hotels.

The Surin and Similan Islands are closed May to October during the southwest monsoon season.

Winds tend to slack off in the afternoons, especially during the northeast monsoon season, something to consider if you are booking a sailing yacht for your charter.

Most yacht charters tend to begin in Phuket, located on the west coast in the Andaman Sea. The island is a renowned superyacht hub which boasts several marinas and reliable international transport links, making it the perfect place to kick start your yacht charter. Explore the breathtaking Phang Nga Bay, the exquisite Phi Phi Islands and the sublime Surin and Similan Islands in the north.

For yacht charters on the east coast in the Gulf of Thailand, you can fly into Bangkok or to the smaller islands such as Koh Samui where you can meet your yacht before heading off to explore the regions plethora of paradise islands, white sand beaches and incredible national parks.

Thailand has a wide array of yachts to choose from, whether you are looking for a motor yacht, sailing yacht or catamaran. Thailand has become one of the most popular winter destinations to charter, so we do recommend booking well in advance in order to secure your perfect yacht.

Alternatively, please speak with your yacht charter broker , so that they may help you book your ideal yacht and preferred dates for you and your charter party. 

After you have decided on your perfect yacht, your yacht broker will then prepare a legally binding contract for you to sign, which is a standard agreement with conditions set by the terms applicable to the destination. 

MYBA (Worldwide Yachting Association, formerly known as Mediterranean Yacht Brokers Association) is the most widely used for yacht charters. 

This "plus all expenses'' contract means you will be required to pay for additional items such as fuel, food and drink, taxes and dockage fees on top of the base charter fee. Typically, guests will incur around 25-30% additional expenses, which are paid upfront, along with 50% of the base rate at least one month prior to your yacht charter. 

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Experience the magic of Thailand from the sea with Yachting.Rent, your leading choice for premium yacht charters. We are committed to offering bespoke seafaring experiences that navigate the stunning coastlines of Thailand, its hidden bays, and the exotic waters of the Andaman Sea.

Our diverse fleet is designed to meet every need and preference. Whether you love the romantic allure of a classic sailing yacht, the comfortable stability of a catamaran, or the unmatched speed and luxury of a motor yacht, we have the perfect vessel for you. Every yacht in our fleet is impeccably maintained and comes equipped with all the modern amenities needed for a memorable and comfortable journey.

Safety is a cornerstone of our operations at Yachting.Rent. Our yachts are fitted with top-tier navigational equipment and strictly comply with international safety standards. Our crew members are experienced and well-trained in safety protocols, ensuring a secure and enjoyable voyage.

Thailand’s marine landscapes offer an unforgettable sailing experience, with its beautiful beaches, vibrant marine life, and rich cultural heritage. From the pristine waters of the Phi Phi Islands to the iconic limestone cliffs of Phang Nga Bay, our experienced skippers are ready to guide you through these spectacular sights.

At Yachting.Rent, we offer more than a yacht charter – we deliver a tailored seafaring adventure designed to exceed your expectations. Whether you’re planning a family holiday, a romantic escape, or a celebratory journey with friends, we are here to craft unforgettable experiences. Set sail with Yachting.Rent and discover Thailand like never before.

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Why is Thailand a good sailing destination?

As a seasoned yacht charter provider, Yachting.Rent invites you to explore the reasons why Thailand is a sought-after sailing destination for enthusiasts worldwide.

Thailand’s marine landscapes are truly unique, offering a vast array of natural wonders. The country is home to some of the world’s most beautiful islands, each with its distinct charm. From the pristine beaches of Koh Samui, the limestone cliffs of Phang Nga Bay, to the mesmerizing coral reefs surrounding the Phi Phi Islands, Thailand presents endless possibilities for exploration and relaxation.

The country’s tropical climate provides excellent sailing conditions year-round, with the peak season running from November to April. This period sees calm seas, steady winds, and plenty of sunshine, perfect for a sailing adventure.

Thailand is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and friendly locals. Each port of call offers a chance to immerse yourself in Thailand’s vibrant culture, sample local delicacies, visit historical sites, and interact with the welcoming Thai people.

The country has a well-established yachting infrastructure, with numerous marinas and anchorages providing modern facilities and services. Whether you need boat repairs, provisioning, or dining options, you’ll find quality services at these harbors.

At Yachting.Rent, we are committed to providing unforgettable sailing experiences in Thailand, enriched by our high-quality fleet, skilled crew, and personalized services. Join us and discover why Thailand’s marine landscapes are a sailor’s paradise.

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Sailing boat or Catamaran, what to sail in Thailand

Embarking on a sailing adventure with Yachting.Rent in the stunning waters of Thailand presents a delightful dilemma – choosing between a sailing boat or a catamaran. Both offer unique experiences and the choice largely depends on your personal preference, group size, and sailing objectives.

Sailing boats are the embodiment of traditional seafaring. These vessels offer a deep connection to the sea, providing an authentic, tactile sailing experience. They are a perfect choice for those seeking the thrill of harnessing the wind and navigating the waves. Ideal for couples, small groups, or those with a penchant for a classic sailing experience, sailing boats offer a blend of adventure and intimacy.

Catamarans, on the other hand, are prized for their stability, speed, and ample space. Their twin-hull design reduces the boat’s tilt, ensuring a smoother ride that’s especially appreciated by those prone to seasickness. Catamarans offer expansive deck space, larger living areas, and private cabins, making them a popular choice for families or larger groups. Their shallow draft allows closer access to beaches and enables exploration of hidden coves and inlets.

Whether you opt for the charm and thrill of a sailing boat or the comfort and space of a catamaran, Yachting.Rent ensures your journey is exceptional. All our vessels are equipped with modern amenities and maintained to the highest standards. Our expert crew is always on hand to guide, assist, and ensure your sailing adventure in Thailand is safe, memorable, and filled with breathtaking experiences.

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Yacht Rental Pattaya

Nestled within the sprawling confines of Thailand, with its kaleidoscope of traditions, cultures, and landscapes, is the gem known as Pattaya. It’s a tapestry woven with azure waters, golden beaches, and an aquatic ballet of creatures beneath the waves. Amongst the many wonders it promises, the prospect of venturing on its waters aboard a yacht is one of the most enthralling experiences. So, why should one plunge into this adventure?

The Lure of Pattaya's Waters

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To understand the allure of yacht rental in Pattaya, one must first fathom the sheer marvel of the Gulf of Thailand. Its waters, a rich blend of deep blues and turquoise, teem with an abundant array of marine life, from the elusive manta rays to the vibrantly coloured clownfish darting between corals. Here, the play of light on the waves during sunrise and sunset paints an ephemeral tableau, changing from one moment to the next.

Renting a yacht in Pattaya allows one to embrace this masterpiece of nature, providing a vantage point unparalleled by any other. Whether it's the solace of drifting upon the gentle undulations of the ocean, feeling the sun's warmth as you sip on a chilled beverage, or diving below the surface to interact with the marine residents, the yacht becomes your portal to a world less explored.

Moreover, Pattaya, with its coastal proximity, lends itself beautifully to the yacht culture. Its harbours are replete with tales of adventures had and shared by mariners, a testament to the region’s seafaring heritage.

Sailing Through Pattaya: Must-Visit Destinations on Your Yacht Odyssey

Pattaya, with its vast expanse of cerulean waters and golden coastlines, offers a treasure trove of destinations for those venturing upon its seas. Each locale, be it a secluded island or a bustling bay, tells its own unique story. Embarking on a yacht journey here becomes not just a leisurely escapade but an intimate exploration of hidden gems and celebrated spots. Below are some of the coveted destinations to chart on your Pattaya yacht expedition.

Often known as Coral Island, Koh Larn lies a short distance off the coast of Pattaya. This picturesque island boasts pristine beaches like Tien Beach and Samae Beach. Drop anchor here to indulge in snorkeling, where the waters reveal vibrant marine life, or simply bask in the sun, letting the waves serenade you.

Managed by the Royal Thai Navy, this island is a slice of untouched paradise. While there are no facilities or accommodations here, the sheer beauty of its coral reefs and the tranquility it offers make it a perfect spot for those seeking a serene anchorage.

🚢 Bali Hai Pier

A bustling hub, Bali Hai Pier is the gateway to Pattaya's surrounding islands. While it may seem counterintuitive to visit a pier on a yacht journey, the vibrant energy here, with its plethora of boats, tourists, and local vendors, offers a beautiful juxtaposition to the calm of the open seas.

🚢 Monkey Island (Koh Ped)

True to its name, Monkey Island is inhabited by a large population of monkeys. While they are used to human visitors, a cautious approach is always advised. The island itself is lush and offers a delightful excursion for those wanting to observe wildlife in their natural habitat.

🚢 Koh Si Chang

Steeped in history, Koh Si Chang is not just a destination but a journey back in time. With remnants of old palaces and temples, this island provides a rich tapestry of cultural exploration amidst its natural splendor.

Located towards the west of Pattaya, Koh Rin is part of a cluster of islands. A diver's haven, the waters here are clear and brimming with an impressive variety of marine life, including hard and soft corals. The sandy shores are inviting for those looking for a beach experience away from the more crowded spots.

🚢 Koh Khrok

This is a tiny island, lying just a few kilometers off the coast of Pattaya. With its crescent-shaped beach, it’s often considered a romantic getaway. The waters are calm, making it ideal for swimming and snorkeling.

Not to be confused with Koh Khrok, Koh Krok is another gem in the Pattaya archipelago. With rocky terrains and crystal-clear waters, it’s a perfect spot for fishing enthusiasts. The myriad of rock formations also makes it an interesting place for exploration.

🚢 Koh Samet

A bit further away from Pattaya, Koh Samet offers a slightly different ambiance. With its white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, it's a favorite among both locals and tourists. The island is part of a national park, and thus, boasts a rich biodiversity both on land and underwater.

🚢 Pattaya's Sunset Boulevard

While not an island or a traditional destination, sailing through Pattaya’s Sunset Boulevard provides an enchanting experience. As the sun sets, the waters are painted in hues of gold, crimson, and lavender, while the skyline of Pattaya, with its high-rises and neon lights, creates a dramatic backdrop. It's a moment of reflection, where the majesty of nature meets the creations of man.

Navigating through these waters, you realize that Pattaya's maritime landscape is not just about the destinations but also the journey. Each location, whether it's the bustling piers or the secluded islands, adds depth and dimension to the narrative of your voyage. It's a story of discovery, of encounters with the wild, and of moments of serene contemplation. It’s a tapestry, where every thread, every island, every sunset, adds to the rich mosaic of your Pattaya yacht experience.

Pondering Before the Voyage

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Embarking on such an odyssey, however, requires more than just the spirit of adventure. There are aspects one must mull over to ensure a harmonious experience.

Firstly, one must be cognizant of the region's climate. While Pattaya is blessed with warm tropical weather, it does have its rainy season. The monsoons, although refreshing, can make the waters choppy and sailing challenging for the uninitiated. Therefore, a study of the weather patterns and choosing an appropriate window for your escapade becomes paramount.

Next, it’s the question of the crew and the amenities. As the waters whisper tales of yore, having a knowledgeable crew can not only enhance the safety of your journey but also enrich it with stories of the land, the sea, and its myriad inhabitants. Regarding amenities, one must ascertain what the yacht offers. Does it come with diving equipment? Is there a gourmet chef onboard? These finer details mould the quality of your maritime sojourn.

Lastly, one should never forget the legalities. Ensuring the yacht has the required permits and insurances, and understanding the responsibilities as a renter, will keep unwelcome surprises at bay.

The Ideal Vessel for Pattaya's Waters

The dance of the Pattaya waves demands a partner that can waltz, tango, and jive with equal elegance. To that end, the choice of yacht becomes a delicate decision.

For Pattaya's versatile waters, a Catamaran stands out as an excellent companion. Its dual-hulled design grants stability, making it less susceptible to the whims of the waves. This design not only ensures a smoother sail but also provides ample space, making it conducive for families and larger groups. Its shallow draft allows for closer access to some of Pattaya's more secluded beaches, letting you explore hidden alcoves and bays, places where tales of mermaids and pirates might have been born.

Moreover, modern Catamarans are often equipped with a range of luxurious amenities. Picture this: A spacious deck where one can lay beneath the stars, the gentle hum of the waves lulling you into dreams. Or a sophisticated onboard entertainment system that provides both music and education, filling the air with melodies and tales of the deep.

In conclusion, the waters of Pattaya beckon with the promise of memories waiting to be forged. Renting a yacht here is not merely about luxury or a statement of grandeur; it's a communion with nature, a dance with the waves, and a dialogue with the past. By contemplating the perfect season, the right amenities, and the ideal vessel, you become not just a traveler, but a custodian of the stories the Gulf of Thailand yearns to share. And in this dialogue, you might just find a piece of yourself that you never knew existed.

Embarking on a Maritime Quest: Frequently Pondered Queries

As we traverse the tapestry of Pattaya's vast maritime realm, it's only natural for questions to arise, much like the curious waves that pepper the ocean's expanse. Through countless voyages and encounters with fellow mariners, we've collected a compendium of inquiries that are often voiced by those preparing to embark on their own odyssey. In the spirit of sharing and guiding, we address these queries, hoping to illuminate your path on this wondrous journey.

How long should one charter a yacht to fully experience Pattaya's islands?

To truly immerse oneself in the symphony of Pattaya's seascape, we'd recommend a charter duration of at least three to five days. This allows ample time to explore, rest, and revel in the myriad experiences each destination offers.

Is it necessary to have prior yachting experience to rent a yacht in Pattaya?

No, prior experience isn't a requisite. Many yacht rental agencies in Pattaya offer vessels with a seasoned crew, ensuring both your safety and a rich exploration of the region. For those with an adventurous spirit wishing to helm their own vessel, there are training sessions available before setting sail.

Can one dock at any island they come across?

While the allure of an unexplored island is undeniable, it's crucial to understand that some islands are protected zones or private properties. We'd advise mariners to research their desired stops and always respect local regulations and boundaries.

Are there any specific marine creatures one can expect to encounter?

The waters of Pattaya are a vibrant tableau of marine life. Depending on where you drop anchor, you might encounter playful dolphins, graceful manta rays, or the myriad of colorful fishes that call the coral reefs home. Always approach marine life with respect and caution.

What’s the best season to experience Pattaya by yacht?

While Pattaya is a year-round destination, the months between November and April, often referred to as the "cool season", provide calm seas and clear skies, making it an ideal period for yachting.

Are there any culinary delights one must not miss while on this odyssey?

The Gulf of Thailand not only offers visual feasts but also culinary ones. From the fresh catch of the day prepared by onboard chefs to the local delicacies at island eateries, there's a plethora of flavors waiting to be discovered. We'd particularly recommend indulging in seafood dishes infused with local Thai herbs and spices.

Embarking on a maritime journey is as much about seeking answers as it is about exploration. With every wave you ride and every island you visit, you'll find not just new vistas, but also insights, reflections, and perhaps more questions. And in this ever-evolving dialogue with the sea, we hope our answers serve as guiding stars on your Pattaya yachting voyage.

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Come and enjoy a five star Pattaya Boat Charter with Pattaya Yacht Charters Co,. Ltd. Here at PattayaBoatCharters.com we have a fleet of spectacular boats such as Speedboats, Motor Cruisers, Motor Yachts, Sailing Yachts, Catamarans, Fishing Boats and even Party Boats  which are all available for private hire right here in Pattaya Thailand!

We also offer an awesome join-in Pattaya Boat Tour as an alternative to private boat hire for those who do not wish to hire an entire boat. Additionally we offer a wide variety of exciting activities that will surely satisfy even the most adventurous.

Simply put we offer Pattaya’s best boats, the best equipment,the best activities, delicious food and exceptional service  - all at incredibly affordable prices!

Please take a look around our site. Click on a boat that takes your fancy and see the details of the trip that is unique to each particular boat.

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Our philosophy is simple - To take you to amazing places that others don't, so you can experience an island the way it's supposed to be, without all the tourist trappings. Whether it is a day filled with water-sports action, snorkeling or perhaps a chilled out cruise to various deserted beaches or the Monkey Island , here at Pattaya Yacht Charters we offer a wide range of activities and you will find exactly what you are looking for!

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You our guests are our number one Priority. We are proud that many customers say that their tailor made Pattaya Boat Charter was the highlight of their holiday!

The charter Itinerary information for each boat is there to help you make an informed decision,whilst choosing which boat to charter. All Itineraries can be adapted to suit your needs. All trips are tailor made and any special requests we are more than happy to accommodate.

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