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43 Crewed Luxury Yachts for Charter in Thailand

Thailand Yacht Charter

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.

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. 

Thailand Yacht Charters: At a Glance

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  • 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.

Popular Destinations for Yacht Rentals in Thailand

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Long tailed boats are pulled up onto a golden beach lapped by green waters with a limestone rocky outcrop in the distance
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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

Highlights of a Thailand Yacht Charter

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Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is a 500-acre botanical garden and tourist attraction in Chonburi Province, ThailandBeautiful beach with Thai traditional wooden long-tail boat and blue sky in Maya bay, Thailand

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:

Don't Miss:

  • 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, Phuket: 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.

Who Goes on a Thailand Yacht Charter?

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.

History and Culture

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.

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.  

Types of Yacht Charters in Thailand

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.

How Much Does it Cost to Charter a Yacht in Thailand

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

VAT for Yacht Charters in Thailand

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.

When is the Best Time for Thailand Yacht Charters?

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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. 

Where Should I Begin My Yacht Charter in Thailand?

Vast statue of Big Buddha in Phuket, ThailandBeautiful temple and statue in Thailand
long tailed boats are pulled up onto a golden beach lapped by green waters with a limestone rocky outcrop in the distance

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.

 Statue of Guanyin with eighteen arms at Wat Plai Laem Buddhist temple on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand

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.

Popular Marinas and Anchorages in Thailand

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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.


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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 Bay: 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.

Local Insight

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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.

Most Popular Superyacht Hotspots in Thailand

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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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two long tailed boats sit in clear aqua waters in a bay in thailand

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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cluster of colorful corals atop a rock underneath swimming reef fish
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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 Surin 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.

Neighbouring Regions

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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. 

How to Book Your Yacht Charter in Thailand

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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 Itineraries

Discover Thailand with our selection of itineraries hand-picked by experts for the best yacht charter experiences around this stunning region.

Whether you prefer the untamed serenity of the Surin Islands, the breathtaking splendor of Phang Nga Bay, or the hedonistic party vibe of Phuket, there is so much to see and experience around Thailand, and we are sure to have the perfect itinerary for you and your guests.

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Year-round cruising, stunning scenery, island hopping, spectacular dive sites, amazing cuisine.

When to Go:

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November - March


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Luxury Yachts for Charter in Thailand 2024 & 2025

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280ft   2022

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268ft   2015/2021

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247ft Abeking & Rasmussen

247ft   2016

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237ft Viareggio SuperYachts

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224ft Astilleros Armon

224ft   2021

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183ft Picchiotti

183ft   2011/2023

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180ft   2022

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171ft Amels

171ft   2003/2018

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167ft   1976/2007

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164ft Konjo Boat builders

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158ft CRN

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141ft Vitters

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131ft Perini Navi

131ft   1983/2017

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Lady Azul Yacht Charter in Thailand

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129ft Heesen

129ft   2001/2021

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117ft Haarlemse Scheepsbouw

117ft   1964/2012

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115ft Haji Abdullah

115ft   2008

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112ft Broward

112ft   1995

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112ft Moonen

112ft   1997/2021

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108ft Jachtwerf Klaassen

108ft   1999/2008

from $65,100 p/week

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107ft Falcon

107ft   2002/2019

Antonia II Yacht Charter in Thailand

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105ft Azimut

105ft   2007/2015

from $75,000 p/week

Princess Katharine Yacht Charter in Thailand

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105ft Custom

105ft   2017

from $10,000 p/week♦︎

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103ft Maiora

103ft   2006

from $63,000 p/week

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99ft S.A. Pritchard (South Africa)

99ft   1990/2015

from $23,000 p/week

Mia Kai Yacht Charter in Thailand

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97ft Bilgin Yachts

97ft   2007/2017

from $58,700 p/week

Lady Eileen II Yacht Charter in Thailand

Lady Eileen II8

95ft Custom

95ft   2007

from $112,000 p/week

Maha Bhetra Yacht Charter in Thailand

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90ft Custom

90ft   1994

from $31,500 p/week

The Blue Yacht Charter in Thailand

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90ft Custom

90ft   1997/2017

from $29,500 p/week

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89ft Baglietto

89ft   1989/2018

from $17,700 p/week

Golden Boy Yacht Charter in Thailand

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89ft SEAT Boat

89ft   2011

Sydney Yacht Charter in Thailand


87ft Sunseeker

87ft   2009/2018

from $45,000 p/week

Rang Noi Princess Yacht Charter in Thailand

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86ft Monte Carlo Yachts

86ft   2014

from $65,000 p/week

Sequoia Yacht Charter in Thailand


86ft Bugis

86ft   2017

from $87,500 p/week

Lonestar Yacht Charter in Thailand


85ft DRA

85ft   1992

from $47,000 p/week♦︎

Mirage Yacht Charter in Thailand


83ft Azimut

83ft   2015

from $77,000 p/week

Levante Yacht Charter in Thailand


79ft Sunreef Yachts

79ft   2013

from $64,000 p/week♦︎

Lady Kathryn Yacht Charter in Thailand

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78ft Sunbird Yachts

78ft   2008/2012

Cattitude Yacht Charter in Thailand


75ft Alliaura Marine Group

75ft   2012/2013

from $45,000 p/week

Sanook Yacht Charter in Thailand


75ft Princess

75ft   2006

from $54,000 p/week♦︎

Isabella Rose Yacht Charter in Thailand

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69ft Princess

69ft   2001/2011

from $24,000 p/week♦︎

Destiny Yacht Charter in Thailand


66ft Princess

66ft   2015

from $30,000 p/week

Kati Yacht Charter in Thailand


66ft Princess

66ft   2017

from $34,200 p/week

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Top 'Things To Do' in Thailand

Tha Rua Shrine
Tha Rua Shrine

A Taoist temple bursting with colour

The Big Buddha
The Big Buddha

Phuket's most majestic monument

Baba Beach Club, Phuket
Beach Club
Baba Beach Club, Phuket

A music lover’s beachfront bliss

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Thailand Yacht Charter Q&A

  • Q.
    When is the best time to visit Thailand by yacht?

    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.

  • Q.
    How much does it cost to charter a yacht in Thailand?

    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.

  • Q.
    What do I need to consider before booking a Thailand yacht charter?

    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.

  • Q.
    Where do I begin a Thailand yacht 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.

  • Q.
    How do I find the right yacht for a Thailand charter?

    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. 

  • Q.
    What do I need to secure a yacht in Thailand?

    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. 

    Please visit our yacht charter costs explained page for more information.

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