Phuket is synonymous with “tropical vacation”, a coveted destination facing the Andaman Sea. Thailand’s “Pearl of the South” experiences no shortage of tourism thanks to the electrifying combination of chaotic cosmopolitan entertainments and plush seaside retreats. Add in the element of steady winds and tropical climate and you have yourself a natural holiday base.

Over 30 islands lay in close proximity, prompting leisure cruises and day-trips to secluded beaches. The potential of these islets ushered in filmmakers and Hollywood fame, classic movies such as The Beach (featuring Leonardo di Caprio) and Roger Moore’s James Bond iteration borrowing the Phi Phi Islands and Raya Ring Island as backdrop. It is along the west coast of Phuket however, that scuba diving companies plant themselves. The undeniable appeal of dive sites just offshore Patong Beach, Karon and Kata Beach lay in blooming corals and calm underwater terrain.

Beyond the natural attractions are architectural highlights and never-stop-eating attitude. Phuket city engages visitors with its Burmese-alabaster Big Buddha, riveting street markets and vibrant culture. Nighttime entertainment evolved past cheap bars and strobe lights to present a more fabulous 60-acre cultural theme park – Phuket FantaSea. The whirling performances wholly capture Thailand’s passionate nature and explosive character, a masterpiece that tells the story of its inhabitants and the animals that live alongside them.

Food is another Phuket Special, herb and spices garnishing noodles, seafood, curries and other local delicacies. Delicious and budget friendly, you can literally eat until you drop – or burn it off with another trip to the beach. Friendly locals will hook you in with loud banter, truly allowing an immersion into Phuket’s colorful culture.

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Phuket Charter Yachts

We have a selection of Catamarans & Mono Hulls for Charter, equipped with all facilities for you to Island Hop or alternatively, dive snorkel & Hang Out at World Famous Beaches. Yachts are available bareboat, with crew or Skipper only. Also the Queen of Andaman is available December to April from this spectacular location. All yachts are ideal for Asian Corporate Yacht Charter and Entertainment. Please click a link below to view full specifications and prices of the Charter Yachts.

Name Length Currency Max Min
SY Asia 30 Meter LOA 33,950 24,500
Sunreef 62 Blaze II 62 ft LOA 22,990 18,800
Sun Odyssey 479 47 ft LOA 8,150 2,570
Sun Odyssey 469 46ft LOA 6,020 2,730
Sun Odyssey 409 40'5 ft LOA 4,950 2,375
Sun Odyssey 379 37ft LOA 4,790 1,600
Shangani Catamaran 70ft LOA 34,310 3,930
Saona 47 47 ft LOA 14,070 5,250
Saba 50 50 ft LOA 25,875 7,875
S/Y Scame 72ft LOA 18,960 15,250
Raja Laut Schooner 30 Meter LOA 35,900 33,600
Princess 65 65 ft LOA 26,500 22,200
Oasis Catamaran 48ft LOA 8,390 6,320
Nautitech 82 82ft LOA 34,005 18,750
Nautitech 40 Open 40 ft LOA 8,150 3,430
Mozart Catamaran 48ft LOA 9,950 7,360
Mahé 36 36ft LOA 4,970 2,380
M/Y Lady Kathryn 23.88 Meter 49,720 36,020
M/Y Lady Arraya 40.3 Meter LOA 64,900 60,000
Lucia 40 40 ft LOA 9,100 3,465
Lipari 41 39ft LOA 6,300 3,290
Lagoon 620 62ft LOA 29,790 26,000
Lagoon 52 F 52ft LOA 24,975 10,999
Lagoon 500 51ft LOA 12,900 10,300
Lagoon 450 45ft LOA 10,850 4,760
Lagoon 440 44ft LOA 10,850 8,060
Lagoon 42 42 ft LOA 9,740 3,990
Lagoon 400 40ft LOA 8,400 3,360
Lagoon 40 11.74 Meter LOA 9,100 3,710
Lagoon 380, 2015 38 ft LOA 6,950 2,940
Hanse 385 38ft LOA 4,025 1,855
Gulet Capricorn 28 Meter LOA 25,550 16,300
Dufour 520 GL 15.2 Meter LOA 9,290 5,060
Catamaran Cataleya 58ft LOA 14,990 9,460
Catamaran Blue Moon 52ft LOA 24,000 14,000
Catamaran Amadeus 48 ft LOA 10,450 8,060
Bavaria C45 46 ft LOA 5,600 2,590
Bavaria 46 Cruiser '16 46ft LOA 5,110 2,310
Bavaria 36 Cruiser 36ft LOA 3,690 1,680
Bavaria 34 Cruiser 34ft LOA 3,830 1,850
Bavaria 33 Cruiser 33ft LOA 3,220 1,540
Bali Catspace 40ft LOA 12,050 4,235
Bali 4.5 Catamaran 45 ft LOA 16,590 4,630
Bali 4.3 Catamaran 43 ft LOA 10,990 3,040
Bali 4.1 Catamaran 41 ft LOA 15,325 4,105
Azimut 55 57'ft 5" LOA 14,879 11,159

Day 1: Phuket Marina – Koh Yao Noi

Arrive at the Phuket Marina. Enjoy a short cruise to Koh Yao Noi for sunset drinks. The Koh Yao pair of islands are known as being some of Thailand’s last unspoiled islands and you’ll enjoy the serene beauty of your surroundings. Eat onboard or go ashore for dinner and drinks at Paradise Koh Yao resort.

Day 2: Koh Yao Noi – Railay Beach via Koh Hong

Early morning Sail for Koh Hong, enjoying a quick dip in the warm waters before breakfast. Snorkel the beautiful Ao Nang, near Krabi before Lunch. After lunch, cruise to Railay Beach and moor up for sunset drinks before coming ashore for dinner at the Rayavadee Resort where you can enjoy spectacular views across the water. Railay Beach is only accessible by boat, due to the high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access.

Day 3: Railay Beach – Ao Nang Island

After a swim and breakfast take your pick from a visit to a local golf resort or exploring the surrounding waters by kayak or Snorkel. Enjoy a cruise back to the beautiful Ao Nang Islands, before relaxing onboard as the sun sets. Dinner on board.

Day 4: Ao Nang Island – Koh Phi Phi

Sail toward Koh Phi Phi Lee, located in the Phi Phi archipelago, to enjoy some more spectacular Snorkel and diving spots. This area is a National Park and promises unspoiled natural beauty. Cruise towards Koh Phi Phi and come ashore to explore the busy island. Afterwards sail to Monkey Beach, anchor off Kho Phi Phi Don, for a peaceful anchorage and yet more sunsets.

Day 5: Koh Phi Phi – Kata

Visit Monkey Beach to see the island’s monkeys. After breakfast Sail to Maitan Island. Take a swim with thousands of colourful fish. Then Sail towards Phuket. Moor up off Kata, Phuket, and enjoy some drinks before coming ashore for dinner at the Kata Rocks hotel which offers fantastic food and views.

Day 6: Kamala Beach - Café del Mar

Sail up the west coast of Phuket to Kamala Beach, a tranquil stretch of white sand. This is another beautiful spot to relax beside the pool at the Café del Mar. Return to the yacht for Dinner under the stars and enjoy the still beauty.

Day 7: Ko Racha – Ao Yon Bay

Begin your final day with an early cruise back towards Phuket Marina. Stop by Koh Racha Yaï in the South of Phuket. Enjoy cruising through stunning surroundings before arriving at the beautiful islands of Ko Racha Yaï and Ko Racha Noi, which boast crystal waters and white sand beaches. Pay a visit to Ao Tawan Tok, a u-shaped bay that is the main beach of Koh Racha Yaï. Divers and snorkellers will love the huge variety of hard and soft coral and plentiful varieties of fish, including Moray eels, pufferfish and stingrays, that the island’s waters offer. Overnight back in Phuket main island at the serene Ao Yon Bay.


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Phuket Yacht Charter Map

Base Name: Phuket

Port Name: Yacht Haven