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Thailand is a country located in Southeast Asia. It has strategic position on trade routes between Malaysia and Asia mainland.
Its surface is consisted of fertile floodplains in the center of the country and highlands and mountains in the north, all the way to the Kra Isthmus and Malay Peninsula in the south.
- Typical monsoon climate with monsoon winds which have seasonal character
- Southwest monsoon - May - October - brings rain from the Ocean
- Northwest monsoon - October - February - brings cold and dry air from China
Requirements for bareboat charter
The International Certificate of Competence (ICC) is accepted in Thailand.
If you don’t have one, there are a lot sailing schools in Thailand with fast and cheap skipper courses.
Top boats in Thailand
Catamaran sailing in Thailand
There are lot of great centers for catamaran sailing in Thailand. Shallow bays are a great opportunity for catamarans to drop their anchor.
If you want to visit something truly astonishing you should start from greatest sailing center in Thailand - Phuket and sail north where you will find Phang Nga Bay.
If you want to rent a boat in Thailand, think about its coast and the and great hospitality of Thai people.
Warm sea, tropical monsoon climate with rich vegetation dominated by tropical palm trees tilting over the sea.
Main coastal parts:
- Coast of Malayan Peninsula
- Bay of Bangkok
There are lot of shallow parts near the coastline, so the coast is very convenient for anchors, when you just want to dive in those unbelievable shades of blue. There are also high limestone islands, which often have caves inside. Those are truly tourist attractions that cannot be missed.
Main coastal parts of Thailand are coast of Malayan Peninsula and Bay of Bangkok, northernmost part of the Gulf of Thailand. So, when you visit all the wonders of nature in Thailand you can drop your anchor directly in the city of Bangkok and prepare yourself for some spectacular times.
- Location: in the Gulf of Thailand, along the Malay Peninsula
- Surface: 228.7 km²
- Population: over 50 000
Third largest island in Thailand, rich in natural resources and really popular with tourists due to ts white sandy beaches, coral reefs and coconut trees.And for something truly amazing - try sunrise at Ko Samui.
Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park
- Location: near Ko Samui
- Consists of 42 islands
- It’s a national park since 1980
The islands have elongated and rounded shape, so you'll be in lot of bays most of the time, surrounded by turquoise water and dark green forests of the islands.
- Largest island in Thailand
- Best destinations for sailing: Patong, Karong, Kata or Ao Por
- Best beaches: Hat Patong, Hat Karon and Kata Noi
Beaches are Phuket’s strong card, and with white sands and coconut trees those beaches are places which will make your tropical dreams come true.