Asian Cruising Destinations
The boating world is your oyster and we are happy to sail your vessel to the following delivery destinations in Asia - cruising areas in Thailand including Krabi, Phang-nga Bay, Phi Phi Islands, Similan Islands, Koh Samui, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Koh Chang, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Borneo. We are also delighted to extend our reach to passages a little off the beaten track – please enquire.
The majestic limestone vertical mountains of Phang-nga Bay form some of Thailand's most notable scenery. Images of Phang-nga have travelled the world and moulded many image of sailing in southern Thailand. With the famous James Bond Island, sea gypsy villages and calm emerald waters Phang-nga Bay is a spectacular, tranquil cruising area.
Phi Phi Islands
Located South East of Phuket, on the West coast of Thailand, Phi Phi Island is inaccessible by car, plane, train and foot. The only way to access this beautiful Island is by boat. Phi Phi is famous for Maya Bay which ‘The Beach’ was partially filmed in due to its untouched charm. There are several islands dotted around Phi Phi which are perfect for exploring as well as fantastic scuba diving.
Located on the west coast of Thailand. World-class scuba diving is what the Similan Islands are famous for. Whalesharks, manta rays and other palagics are often spotted in this abundant marine area. The Islands are picturesque and most are unihibbitated making perfect anchor spots for lazy afternoon snorkeling and relaxing.
Located in the Gulf of Thailand, on the Eastern seaboard, Koh Samui offers exceptional sailing with its very own regatta usually late May, which promises “5 days of sailing and 7 nights of partying”. Scuba diving is good off shore, but really the nightlife and the decadent hotels in Samui are worth a visit.
Has some of the most rural areas of Thailand and spectacular beaches to stop off at including Railey beach which is one of the best in the Kingdom. Further down south you can cruise to Tarutao marine Park which is home to several islands including the lush – Koh Lipe.
Snuggly located near the Cambodian border in Thailand, Koh Chang as only recently become a major tourist destination. There are still quiet and natural locations on the island where you can acquire the Robinson Crusoe feel. Koh Chang is a great location to sail to from Pattaya and makes a wonderful stop if your route includes Vietnam.
Indonesia is a country that offers you a cruising adventure that is unforgettable.
There are several seas to explore in Eastern Indonesia as well as Northern Sulawesi, Bali and Manado. You can sail around Komodo or right through the Bandah Sea and explore all the Islands of Raja Ampat.
There are also some world class scuba diving spots around Indonesia with an extensive array of colourful wildlife above and below the water and stunning scenery, Indonesia is a fantastic destination.
Malaysia offers two sides to sailing literally. The West coast makes a perfect stop of point for those on a trip from the Burma Banks, or Phuket.
Anchor in Panang or Langkawi and enjoy duty free shopping.
On the East coast, a stop off in the Perhentian Islands offers superb colourful diving and exquisite islands en route to the islands in the Gulf of Thailand – Koh Samui and Koh Phang ngan.
Sailing is serious business for Singaporeans and there are many regattas planned throughout the year.
Singapore consists of one main island and 63 other tiny islands. Most of these islands are uninhabited.
There are beautiful places to visit including the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve which contains more species of trees than the entire North American continent!
Vietnam offers some of the best sailing destinations in SE Asia, visit charming Ha Noi to Ho Chi Minh City and Mekong Delta.
Enjoy the spectacular beauty of Ha Long Bay – with mountains that emerge from the water.
Route: Visit historic and cultural cities along the way; Hanoi, Halong Bay, Sapa, Lai Chau, Babe, Ninh Binh, Hue, Danang, Hoian, Nha Trang, Sai Gon, Tay Ninh, Central highland of Dalat and the Mekong delta.
Set amongst a backdrop of skyscrapers, Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour is the one of the most exciting locations to start a sailing race – the China Sea race offers an event not for everyone!
Boats have to dodge around cruise ships, ferries, barges, tugs, local boats and sampans which use this busy waterway. Hong kong itself is a vibrant place that buzzes with entertainment and business.