Yacht Charter Samui


Koh Chang


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Samui has Thailands
best Sailing in Summer (May - Aug).

Samui has its own micro-climate and Thailand's best Summer sailing conditions, while the rest of Thailand enjoys its Green Season. Enjoy good sailing winds and big sunny sky's and visit anchorages only accessible in the Summer southwest monsoon. Explore the Phang-Nga-bay-like limestone atolls of the Ang Thong Marine Park, the world-class diving on reefs at Koh Tao and the iconic beach vibe and super chill beaches of Koh Pha Ngan

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All about Yacht Charter
in Koh Samui

The Sailing Grounds

Koh Samui, long known for its luxury spa retreats, tropical beaches, vibrant nightlife, and cozy island-time feel, has a secret; it's also an excellent yacht charter cruising ground. It's the diversity that makes it so unique; from Koh Pha Ngan's white-sand beaches and crystal turquoise waters to world-class diving and snorkelling at Koh Tao, there is something for everyone. The Ang Thong Marine Park offers breathtaking anchorages with its stunning limestone atolls, onshore walks, caves to explore by kayak and exotic wildlife.

Getting to Koh Samui

Koh Samui has an international airport with direct access to Singapore, Hong Kong and regional hubs. For those that prefer overland travel, buses and trains run through the town of Surat Thani from Bangkok and Hat Yai (Phuket), then a taxi to Don Sak ferry can take an hour or so.

Sailing conditions

The summer southeast monsoon places all the best anchorages in the lee for just these four months, offering you an endless choice of protected bays. It's an easygoing day sail between the three primary island groups; Samui & Pha Ngan, the Ang Thong Marine Park and Koh Tao, each being approximately 20 Nms apart, and it's easy to spend several days at each destination.

Yacht Charter Season

The yacht charter season kicks off in May and extends through to the end of August, and while the Indo-Malayan mountain range bears the force of the monsoon, Samui enjoys high-season weather while the rest of Thailand enjoys their green season.

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