Thailand

Imagine sailing along gentle waves, surrounded by the pure beauty of Thailand. Here, you will find a sailing area that not only meets but exceeds your expectations.

 

Welcome to a tropical paradise, where crystal-clear turquoise waters touch the sky and picturesque bays unfold like hidden treasures. But this is just the beginning – Thailand's sailing area offers so much more.

Our experts at Yacht-Urlaub specialize in making your sailing adventure unforgettable. An experienced skipper will accompany you on a modern catamaran, guiding you safely to the most spectacular locations. While you enjoy the freedom of sailing, our crew takes care of all the details, allowing you to relax and fully savor the unique experience.

 

The ideal time for your catamaran adventure in Thailand is between November and April. During these months, you can expect minimal rainfall. The tropical monsoon climate offers pleasant average temperatures of 28°C in the south and 19°C in the north.

 

Drift on the sea and enjoy the unparalleled views of Thailand's enchanting islands. Onshore, you can explore secluded temples or be captivated by the lush vegetation of the rainforest.

Highlights of the Sailing Route

 

Koh Samui – tropical island paradise: Here, you'll find coconut palms, crystal-clear waters, and relaxed beaches or explore the Ang Thong Marine Park archipelago.

 

Krabi – natural wonders and adventure: The stunning coastal landscape of Krabi is highlighted by limestone cliffs, turquoise waters, and hidden coves along the Phi Phi Islands.

 

Phuket – the pearl of the Andaman Sea: With its dreamy beaches, exciting nightlife, and the breathtaking nature of Sirinat National Park, Phuket attracts travelers from around the world.

 

Bangkok – bustling metropolis: Thailand's capital intriguingly blends tradition and modernity. Visit the shimmering Grand Palace, enjoy delicious street food specialties, or explore the exciting nightlife.

Thailand is a country in Southeast Asia, bordered by Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and Malaysia. Along its west coast, the coastal landscape stretches over 900 kilometers. Thailand offers countless natural and cultural treasures that make the country unique and fascinating.

 

 

Thailands diverse landscape: from emerald jungles and towering mountains in the north to fertile rice fields and tropical beaches in the south. The culture of Thailand is reflected in its magnificent temples, vibrant markets, and traditional festivals. Cities like Bangkok, with their bustling nightlife and modern skyscrapers, contrast with the tranquil, historic towns of Ayutthaya and Sukhothai, both UNESCO World Heritage sites.

 

Thai Cuisine: Thai cuisine is renowned for its balance of sweet, sour, spicy, and salty flavors. Traditional dishes include Pad Thai, a meal of fried rice noodles with eggs, tofu, shrimp, and a blend of fish sauce, tamarind paste, and palm sugar. The most popular dessert is Mango Sticky Rice, made with sticky rice cooked in coconut milk and served with ripe mango slices.

 

Cultural Festivals: Traditional festivals in Thailand include the New Year’s festival Songkran, celebrated in April. The Light Festival Loy Krathong occurs in November, where baskets carrying candles and flowers are placed on rivers to honor the Water Goddess.

Possible starting points in Thailand

 

Experience Thailand with Yacht-Urlaub from a perspective few get to see. Let yourself be enchanted by the elegance of the catamaran and Thailand's natural beauty.

 

Book your next sailing holiday today and immerse yourself in a world full of wonders waiting to be discovered!

General Information

  • Area: 513.515 km²
  • Population: ca. 67 Mio.
  • Capital: Bangkok (thai: Krung Thep)
  • Language: Thai
  • Foreign Languages: Englisch
  • Currency: Baht (THB)
  • Ideal traveltime: November - April
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