Thailand: With a smile on your face
Thailand paints every sailor a smile on the face, not only with the legendary warmth of the inhabitants, who give the country the nickname “Land of Smiles”, but also with its sheltered bays, tropical islands rich in flora and fauna, beautiful beaches, picturesque fishing villages Stilt houses and its clear water.
The Phang-Nga Bay can be sailed all year round, as it is very well protected despite the connection to the open sea.
Beautiful sailing regions are the island group around Ko Chang (elephant island) as well as Ko Samui (coconut island) and the Ang Thong National Park in the Bay of Thailand.
One-way trips between Phuket and Langkawi in Malaysia offer the opportunity to get to know the inviting nature and tasty dishes of both countries.
Fantastic sailing weather and paradisiacal beaches against a tropical backdrop
The yacht charter area of the Andaman Sea consists of Phang Nga Bay, the island of Phuket, the archipelagos Tarutao, Butang, Ko Phi Phi and Similan as well as the Krabi region
The beautiful Phang-Nga Bay is a marine national park and is very well protected despite its connection to the open sea, which makes it a unique region that can be sailed all year round for an unforgettable sailing adventure. Numerous small fishing villages with their stilt houses line the coast of the bay in harmony with a rich flora and fauna and white sandy beaches. The islands of Ko Phanak and Ko Hong should definitely be visited, as well as Khao Phing Kan with the offshore rock Ko Tapu, made famous in the James Bond film “The Man with the Golden Gun” (in Germany: “The Man with the Golden Gun”) ), and the so-called sea gypsies villages typical of the region.
The Thai west coast with the marine park of the Similan and Surin Islands can only be sailed during the northeast monsoon from November to April for an entrance fee. Coral and fish abundance make the waters of this marine park a diving paradise.