4D3N thailand phuket cruise
Jade-hued waves conceal rainbows of fish as they wash white-gold beaches wrapped in Phuketian heritage. Phuket, Thailand's largest island, is so diverse you may forget to leave. The pristine white, palm- and casuarina-fringed beaches that dominate Phuket's southern and western coasts are the island's key highlights.
Yet there's more to this Andaman Sea hideaway than sand and sea. Jungle-clad hills and mountains, mangrove-lined waterways, orchards, rubber plantations and quaint seaside villages paint a portrait of Old Siam.
History buffs can explore temples and ruins dating back centuries, while foodies will be in raptures over the fantastic street eats and seafood on offer. With so much to see and do, Phuket is the perfect place to escape the everyday and immerse yourself in Thai culture.
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SGD 1350 per pax
Note: There will be additional 30% surcharge for bookings during Holiday Peak Season (Christmas, CNY, etc.)
What to anticipate:
"Check In (1400hrs) Yacht Haven Marina / Koh Nakha Yai:
Boarding begins at 2pm, with an orientation around the yacht and time to get you settled in your cabin, followed by a safety briefing and an overview of the program.
We then depart to the island of Koh Nakha Yai (or Ko Wa Yai, depending on the wind). Its nice beach fringed with coconut trees will welcome your first and idyllic swim. Enjoy a beautiful sunset over the islands at Phang Nga Bay. Dinner and night on board at anchor.
"Koh Hong, Koh Yang / Koh Nakha Noi:
After breakfast, we set sail to Koh Hong. In Thai, “Hong” means room. This exceptional site is only accessible by tender through a cave leading you inside an open lake surrounded by a 100m cliff. Enjoy the spectacular views while we have lunch on anchorage.
After lunch, we depart to Koh Kai Nai to visit Koh Phing Kan on a long tail boat, better known as “James Bond Island” since it was made popular by the movie “The Golden Gun”. Next, we sail to Koh Pan Yi, a local fisherman floating village where the population is a hundred. Immerse in the local hospitality. You’ll be able to buy local souvenirs in this traditional village. Head back on board for dinner.
"Koh Nakha Noi / Koh Yang / Ao Thalin:
This easy morning, we depart from Koh Nakhai Noi and stop for lunch at Koh Yang. After a satisfactory lunch, we stop at Ao Thalin for some kayaking. Immerse in the sights and the sounds of the beautiful mangrove and if you’re lucky, spot the many species of monkeys and birds that thrive here.
"Ao Thalin / Yacht Haven:
After the last breakfast on board, disembark at Yacht Haven Marina by 10am.
1 set of linen per pax (2 sheets, pillow case, blanket, face towel, bath towel, and beach towel
Snorkel gear with fins (subject to availability)
1 BBQ Dinner on board the boat
Breakfast for 3 days (Cereal, Fruits, Bread, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, etc.)
*The menu is subject to change and will depend on what the captain can procure on the day of sailing. For specific dietary requirements do notify us in your quotation request and we'll make these arrangements accordingly.
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Beneteau Oceanis 45
3 cabins - 6-8 passengers
Queen-sized bed in each cabin
2 Bathrooms with Showers
Cockpit table + cushions
Gas stove oven